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How to Design Self-service Network Analytics into Your Services

We recently blogged on why network insight is essential for communications service consumers, including why self-service portals are increasingly important for today’s network and network operators. In that blog post, we looked at self-service portals from an end-user standpoint.  At Kentik, we believe in curated, actionable insight catering to different user personas across organizations. So, in this post, we will look into these portals in terms of design considerations for service providers.  If you are a service provider or enterprise and have decided to provide your customers with traffic visibility into their networks, amongst many other decisions you may find yourself thinking about:
  1. Differentiation
  2. Speed of delivery and deployment
Read the blog post over at Kentik over here.

Ron - the SDWAN guy

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