Network Documentation

Tips for Pretty Network Diagrams: Links that Sing

In this final blog for our ‘Pretty Network Diagram’ series, we’ll focus on links. In netTerrain, links are not just black lines connecting two nodes: they […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

Tips for Pretty Network Diagrams: Resizing and Decorating

In our previous blog on ‘pretty network diagrams’, we discussed alignment and arrangement of objects on your diagrams. Here, we will expand the concept a little […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

Tips for Pretty Network Diagrams: Fast Alignment and Arrangements

When it comes to doing less manual work, automation and discovery are great: just bring in devices, links, ports, and more into netTerrain and let the […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

Music to Listen to While Documenting Your Network (Jan’s Take)

I think my colleague Jason wrote something about this in his own blog….well, I am no less of a music freak. I am, after all, the […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

Improve Network Documentation with Device Card Modeling – Part Two

Welcome back. In the previous blog, we drilled into some of the uses for device cards for your network documentation or Data Center Infrastructure initiatives. In […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

Improve Network Documentation with Device Card Modeling – Part One

Devices come in different shapes and sizes. When they are big, they can be ‘modular’ which means that they have so-called slots and cards. If you […]
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As CEO / Product and Engineering Manager, Jan joined Graphical Networks with the purpose of creating the most advanced DCIM and IT visualization company in the market.

How to Create a Network Diagram

Network diagrams are a visual tool that give network administrators a window into the network: they are used to visualize objects/nodes, connections, dependencies, critical paths, tasks, […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.

What is a Logical Network Diagram?

Network diagrams, both logical and physical, are key to effective network and IT infrastructure management. With up-to-date diagrams, network admins can troubleshoot (and minimize downtime), plan […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.

Physical Network Diagrams Explained

When it comes to maintaining and managing an IT infrastructure, network diagrams are critical to compliance, security, troubleshooting, and minimizing downtime. Network diagrams, or maps, are […]
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Hannah Ash is a marketing specialist who loves thinking, writing and speculating about the future of the data center.

Change Management Crucial in DCIM & Network Mapping Success

Have you been using spreadsheets and Visio diagrams to document your data center and networks? Are you considering upgrading to DCIM or an automated network diagramming […]
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About Fred Koh
As a seasoned sales executive, Fred Koh serves as Director of Sales and is responsible for Graphical Networks sales and channel partner program, marketing strategy, and operations.
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