Most of the big networking headaches didn’t turn up overnight; they started small and increased in complexity over time, as the network grew and evolved. Without detailed actionable data, these problems can be nearly impossible to solve; at the very least it can take weeks, months, or even years to rid a global network of a pervasive issue.
Nobody has time for that, which is where a digital twin comes in. A digital twin is a software copy of the network with all the data in one place, enabling the ability to trace all possible paths, locate any device, and integrate with other useful tools such as IT service management, network automation, and vulnerability scanning to put people back in control of the network. This technology delivers answers to complex networking questions in seconds while presenting them in a vendor-agnostic and actionable manner, ensuring network and security operations teams are able to immediately make data driven decisions.
Our co-Founder and CTO, Brandon Heller, is giving a live demo on July 20, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific to show how in 5 days or less, a digital twin can solve your toughest problems by empowering engineers to ask the network questions. He’ll provide real-world examples of how global companies have used a digital twin to:
Please join us for an interactive discussion – Brandon loves tough questions. But if you can’t join us live, the recording is immediately available on-demand, or request a private meeting with a technical solutions architect and discuss how to solve your network challenges.
When you think of Cisco Live Las Vegas, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Is it s'mores, camping, and kayaking? It is for us, which is why we invite you to take some time from the hustle and bustle of the show to relax with us.
Forward Networks is the only platform that prevents network fires by giving you all the data you need to ensure your network stays in policy and behaves exactly as expected. It takes a lot of stress off of Network Architects and has helped global companies retake control of their hybrid, multi-cloud environments.
Stop by our tent and talk with one of our technical experts about your worst network challenges, and we’ll work through exactly how to solve it. While you’re in the booth, register to win a YETI cooler and Fuse mountain bike.
We have lots going on at the show and look forward to seeing you there!
Share your networking goals and challenges with one of our field engineers, and we'll provide custom recommendations that address your security, cloud, and network operations challenges. By attending a session, you'll also be entered into an exclusive drawing for an Oru Kayak. If you aren't able to attend Cisco Live but use the link below to schedule an online session, you'll still be entered in the drawing.
Join cofounder and CTO, Brandon Heller, to learn how to “Tame your Beast” – Top 5 Network Issues That a Digital Twin Can Solve in Under a Week.
If your network beast includes hardware and software from dozens of vendors, spread across multiple data centers and clouds, and runs mission-critical applications with challenging security requirements… then join this 30-minute session featuring real-life examples from large, “beastly” enterprise networks that found a path to reliability, agility, and security.
Join cofounder, Nikhil Handigol to learn how to Supercharge your SecOps with Data Insight.
Join this 10-minute session for lightning demos of two of the best security features of Forward Enterprise that have transformed Vulnerability Management and Incident Management for our customers. Nikhil will explain how a mathematical model, or “digital twin,” of your network enables SecOps teams to prioritize vulnerabilities and respond to security incidents faster and with greater accuracy.
Thank you so much for joining us! Our readers would love to “get to know you” a bit better. Can you tell us a bit about your ‘backstory’ and how you got started?
The short version is that I’m always looking to build things, especially things based on interesting technology. I have an engineering background that covers mechanical, electrical, computer stuff, and I always like projects that combine many of those, like building a race car or robot or computer-controlled dancefloor. The intense projects with capable teams are the ones I always look back on with fondness.