It’s true that network and application documentation isn’t the most fun thing to do. In fact, it can be such an eye-rolling task that engineers in many organizations avoid it until absolutely necessary. In some cases, documentation is considered a low priority task – until a problem strikes.

When troubleshooting a critical problem, GOOD NETWORK AND APPLICATION DOCUMENTATION can mean the difference between quick resolution and costly downtime. Keeping documentation current doesn’t have to be difficult. Tools that perform network discovery and automatically map the network as-built can go a long way toward ensuring that engineers have access to updated documentation when a problem strikes.

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