Hybrid Network Configuration
Automate the provisioning and configuration management of on-prem and cloud-based network services. Create Infrastructure as Code (IaC) using low code / no-code “action blocks”. Not ready for a full-on CI/CD pipeline implementation but want your infrastructure configurations to be backed up and versioned and modified when trouble happens – Pliant can help.
Network Automation Made Easy on-prem or in the Cloud
With Pliant’s unified platform for IT Process Automation, organizations can create sophisticated logic with simple drag and drop low/no-code blocks to create, configure or even delete network infrastructure resources like virtual routers and load balancers while also configuring traditional on-prem equipment as well. Pliant makes it easy to create infrastructure CI/CD pipelines, regardless of the technology or the platform.
To move at the speed of digital business, organizations require a holistic solution to Network Automation–one that can minimize human intervention when creating, configuring, and securing the network infrastructure. Pliant delivers turnkey, out of the box automation workflows that enable network automation for both on-premise and cloud infrastructures.
Broad Network Vendor Support
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Pliant subscription includes a 15 business day SLA for new integrations, if your vendors are not included in our full list of API integrations.
Case Study: Deploy and configure F5 ADC and ASM on-premises and in the cloud.
A large enterprise operations center was faced with the challenge of quickly deploying secure load-balanced applications both in. This included creating and applying SSL certificates for the new applications and modifying firewall rules across multiple F5 ADC’s, some of which were on-premise and some were in AWS.
Case Study: Alerting operations personnel when a router configuration is not inline with the “gold standard”
Troubleshooting a network outage can be frustrating when you have no idea what changed. Using Pliant the operations center now gets a trouble ticket associated with an outage that includes all of the configurations on the affected device that are NOT part of the gold configuration that should have been deployed to the device. This gives a starting point for troubleshooting network performance or outage situations. Pliant uses a workflow to pull the gold configuration from GitHub and compare it to the running configuration on the device. Pliant automation then creates a “diff” file and sends those results as supporting detail in the ticket.