PathSolutions at Networking Field Day 20

info.pathsolutions.comhubfsPathSolutions presents at Networking Field Day 2-15-19 Tim Titus, Founder and CTO of PathSolutions, spoke on the automation of troubleshooting during Networking Field Day 20 on February 15, 2019. 


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Tim Titus, Founder and CTO of PathSolutions, spoke on the automation of troubleshooting during Networking Field Day on February 15, 2019. 

Network Troubleshooting for many organizations is still a manual process that requires specific expertise to collect clues and analyze them to arrive at correct conclusions.  Tim Titus, CTO and founder of PathSolutions, talked about automation regarding information collection and analysis to speed root-cause troubleshooting of network, VoIP, and video problems. 

What was covered in this session:

  • What’s missing from view
  • Root-cause resolution requirements
  • Automating collection: Total Network Visibility
  • Automating analysis: Network Prescription Heuristics Engine
  • Proactive problem solving
  • Predictive problem prevention

A technical deep-dive demonstration of TotalView was included, showing how to find, resolve, and prevent problems.


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Here are some of the panelists' comments about PathSolutions at Networking Field Day 23:

"The UI looks really well thought out. Having the ability to watch 19 health stats on switch/router interfaces along a path, then have contextual advice on cause or errors and possible solutions. No googling for error information."

Brian Gleason

Lead Network Engineer

"@goPathSolutions provides a TotalView of your network with Heuristic engines, easy path mapping that is automatic and agile and can even help junior engineers to understand and learn with their Network performance and monitoring system."

Nick Shoemaker

Discipline Lead, Infrastructure Modernization, Wireless and Mobility

"Excited to hear @goPathSolutions present at #nfd20. PathSolutions is a current sponsor of #NetworkCollective and has some unique tools for network visibility."

Jordan Martin