SOURCE: NetBrain Technologies
BURLINGTON, MA--(Marketwired - Apr 11, 2013) - NetBrain Technologies, creator of Map-Driven Network Automation software, today released the latest version of their flagship product -- Enterprise Suite Version 5.0. This update represents NetBrain's largest release to date, providing the industry's first customizable network automation and map-driven network change management platforms.
With Version 5.0, NetBrain enhances its network diagram software and introduces a customizable scripting technology called Automation Procedures. These sample-driven scripts can be written, without scripting experience, to automate a wide range of network management tasks. Out of the box, NetBrain 5.0 contains hundreds of built-in Automation Procedures for troubleshooting, change verification and compliance.
Additionally, version 5.0 features a new Network Change Management module which allows users to automatically push configuration changes, analyze their impact, and document the results. This module is designed to make network changes more efficient and less risky.
Other improvements to Enterprise Suite 5.0 include:
- Expanded multivendor / Multi-Tenant support to increase the flexibility of the software across multiple hardware platforms and sizes
- Qmap enhancements that enable network diagrams to be used as a portable workspace for collaboration and sharing
- Integration with LDAP/AD authentication servers
- Workspace sync-up speed improvements for very large networks
With its newest release, NetBrain maintains its position as a leader in network mapping, network troubleshooting, and network automation.
NetBrain Enterprise Suite 5.0 is available immediately for trial download and as an upgrade to existing customers. For more information, visit www.netbraintech.com or call 1.800.605.7964.
About NetBrain Technologies
Founded in 2004, NetBrain Technologies is the provider of the first map-driven network automation solution. Hundreds of enterprises rely on NetBrain's unique map-driven automation software to document their networks, accelerate troubleshooting, and prevent network outages.