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NetMRI: The path to zero-error edge refresh

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The Network Services Team has developed a way to dramatically reduce outage time within Emory’s network using a tool that looks at one thing: consistency. In networking parlance, the “edge” refers to machines that are accessed by endusers. Emory’s network infrastructure is a complicated architecture of computers that form an edge ring throughout the enterprise. At over 2000 […]

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Nayef Smith, Monitoring Manager, Network Services

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Nayef Smith (pronounced NAY-ef) came to Emory as the new Manager of Monitoring for Network Services. Before Emory, he spent 19 years as a monitoring engineer in the IT division of Hewlett Packard. Born and raised in Mount Vernon, NY, Nayef received a bachelor’s degree in computer graphics from Teikyo Marycrest University in Davenport, IA. Nayef’s […]

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