sponsored by Network Automation, Inc
Premiered:  Nov 23, 2010
Format:  Multimedia
Type:  Webcast
Language:  English

Many organizations currently use scripts to execute routine, yet critical jobs such as backing up/clearing event logs, monitoring system performance, and managing various accounts, applications, and services. However, research indicates that scripts do not allow for changing conditions, rendering them an “extra, unnecessary layer in the automation puzzle.” This webcast explores the drawbacks of scripting and showcases a platform that eliminates the complications of maintaining code.  Discover new automated capabilities that can enable you to reduce costs and minimize the risks associated with manual intervention.


Aleksey Lazaryev
Product Manager

As Product Manager, Aleksey is responsible for the company's marketing, product development, and pre- and post-sales efforts. Aleksey joined Network Automation in early 2010 and has since collaborated with the executive team to deliver a comprehensive automation platform across all vertical markets. Aleksey has over 10 years experience in the software industry and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from University of California, Santa Barbara.

Martin R. Gadzinowski Jr.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Martin R. Gadzinowski Jr., Vice President of Sales and Marketing joined Network Automation in 2004 and is responsible for widening product awareness and increasing sales worldwide.  Martin holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from DePaul University.

Backups | Business Process Automation | Networking | Programming | Scripting | Scripting Languages | Systems Management

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