Gartner Debunking Myth of Single Vendor Network – Download as PDF File .pdf) , Text File .txt) or read online. Gartner Debunking Myth of Single Vendor. I recently read a Gartner report, ID Number: G, that discussed the cost benefits Debunking the Myth of the Single-Vendor Network. Gartner has collected information from hundreds of client interactions and have performed detailed interviews of nine organizations that have introduced a.
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Myth 5 equipment and maintenance costs: Our findings show that most organizations should consider a dual-vendor or multivendor solution as a viable approach to building their network, as significant ths savings are achievable with no increase in network complexity, while improving the focus on meeting business requirements.
But, recent research indicates this may no longer be the most effective approach.
Debunking the Myth of the Single-Vendor Network
Also, give credit to vendors that help rightsize the network and focus on meeting your specific requirements. Submitted by Howard Phelps on Mar 21, Enterprises tend to assume that they will only ever work with a single vendor for all aspects of network management. Become a Client Log in Become a client. In most cases, it reduces total cost of ownership TCO by percent over five years, while effecting a lasting decrease in network complexity.
Sign in to view this research document. It is possible when the network automatically delivers resiliency, security, simplicity and adaptability. Gartner found that adding a second networking vendor has a variety of potential benefits for organizations. Enterprises use the perception that the simplicity of managing a single-vendor network justifies sole-sourcing an increasing amount of network purchases. Toggle navigation Who we serve current. Adding singoe-vendor second vendor means purchasing a lot of extra management tools.
The study combined information from hundreds of client interactions with in-depth examination of nine organizations that introduced a second vendor into their network environments. A second infrastructure vendor more than doubles the complexity of network architecture. These are summarized below. After interviewing a diverse group of organizations that uses a dual-vendor strategy, our findings present a compelling alternate position.
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Article Lead Culture Change Read article. Forgot username or password? Skip to main content. Contrary to popular belief, Gartner found just the opposite.
Gartner delivers the technology-related insight you need to make the right decisions, every day. In short, the idea that multiple vendors add complexity and cost just does not hold up when examined closely. Network operations teams should invest in multivendor-capable tools to help enable the organization to deal with a second vendor in their infrastructure.
Network operations teams that are already using some form of multivendor management tools for fault alerting, configuration management or performance management are well-positioned to take advantage of the second-vendor opportunity.
Debunking Common Myths of the Single Vendor Network
It is not so much about the vendor as it is about the solutions. Debunking the Myth of the Single-Vendor Network Mark Fabbi, Debra Curtis We have collected information from hundreds of client interactions and have performed detailed interviews of nine organizations that have introduced a second vendor into their network environments.