Route analytics tools can help network administrators trace the cause of issues, measure end-to-end service levels and performance, discover routing anomalies, predict the results of configuration changes and provide performance baselines for applications and services. This can help the team more quickly identify and resolve issues, or even prevent them before they occur. Companies could save 10-15% of total network management labor costs, reallocating the resources to more strategic projects, while also improving service levels and performance.
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