We are always looking to broaden our reach, and in 2022 we are piloting a new program to offer our services to smaller colleges and universities.
We are offering a suite of affordable, lightweight NOC services including basic network monitoring, traffic volume data, network performance, and more. Dubbed “GlobalNOC Light,” the initiative is aimed at campuses whose needs are not as unique or time intensive as large, complex campus or wide area networks.
Our first Quick Connects meeting of the year was a success with 49 members Zooming in to learn about portals.
The February 16 event was a chance for attendees to hear an update on customer-facing portals and also give feedback on our next direction. This month’s session was moderated by Corey Donovan, GlobalNOC’s manager of business operations, with Dan Doyle, manager of network analysis, giving the main presentation.
Customers and their network needs are at the heart of everything we do at GlobalNOC. Whether it’s fulfilling feature requests, improving existing functionality, fixing bugs, or building new tools and services, we strive to be on it, at all times.
Unfortunately, we are only human and are limited in what we can do and how quickly we can do it.
We are happy to announce a new role we’ve just created and filled: A member of our systems and software group who is dedicated entirely to our automation initiatives. John Ratliff, who has been on GlobalNOC’s network data collection analysis team for two years, was hired after interviewing a variety of candidates.
Check out our new and improved user interface for the GlobalNOC Network Management Database—a.k.a. “the DB”—which sits at the center of our tools and services ecosystem.
We at GlobalNOC are thinking of our community and hoping that you and your loved ones are staying healthy and safe in these unprecedented times.
These pilots will make it easier for you to interact with the GlobalNOC. They will make sure our work is aligned with your priorities, and speed the delivery of your requests.