7 Habits of Highly Effective DC Workers

To operate successfully in uncertain environments where network requirements constantly evolve, network engineers need to cultivate good habits. Experienced network engineers tend to be careful, thoughtful, and precise. Traditionally, before making a change, they seek out information about the network through SNMP traps, syslogs, device configurations, packet captures, and streaming telemetry. And when something goes wrong, they have a process in place to find, diagnose, and fix the problem.While those general practices can serve engineers well, this paper proposes 7 specific habits, listed below, that can help network engineers better grapple with the uncertainty in data center management and operations.

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