Network Automation Tool
Network issues happen. Fix them fast with network monitoring and automation.
Windows, Linux, Apple (macOS)
What Is A Network Automation Tool?
When IT gets notified of a problem, you need to find and fix the issue immediately. Cut your remediation time from hours to minutes with a network automation tool.
Combine alerts from Intermapper network monitoring software with the power of automation scripts from Automate to reduce manual network activities. Network automation helps you assure a rapid response to network alerts and frees you from making the fix yourself.
How Does Our Network Automation Tool Work?
Once you’ve installed Intermapper and Automate on the same Windows platform, you'll need to enable the integration. Then it's easy to set up the desired action in Automate, attach it to the correct device, and set Intermapper to trigger the command whenever the alert sounds. Intermapper will receive the alert and execute a call to Automate to complete a pre-defined response.
Once the back-end work is done, the products will alert and act together just as you've instructed them to resolve the network issue.
How One ISP Cut Outages from 2 Hours to 2 Minutes with a Network Automation Tool
An internet service provider covering a large rural area had a problem: their remote equipment kept failing. Getting a technician out to resolve the issue took hours—leaving customers dissatisfied. Using network automation, the ISP configured network self-healing, cutting their downtime to virtually nothing, saving them time and money and keeping customers happy.
Try a Sample Task: Restart a Service
If you've installed a trial of Intermapper and Automate, you can try out the interface yourself. We've created a sample task to show you exactly how it works. In the task, you'll restart a failed device with our network automation tool.
Just download the task, then get a quick step-by-step of how it works by watching the video. You'll see just how fast and easy it is to remediate network problems—no manual intervenntion required.