NetOp.Cloud Introduces SaaS End-to-End Intelligent Networking Solution

Following a successful $4.5 million Investment, cloud-based network operation management solution provider NetOp.Cloud has announced the company’s public launch. NetOp.Cloud would solve a major issue for MSPs and enterprise IT departments: how to keep business Internet connections and applications reliable, secure, and quick as they become more hybrid, sophisticated, and opaque.

Internet connectivity that is both reliable and high-performance has become a basic corporate necessity, making service deterioration or downtime extremely costly, stated NetOp.Cloud. As a result, the expectations on network administrators and MSPs would continue to rise, despite a scarcity of adequate tools and trained employees. Furthermore, existing network administration would be inefficient, time-consuming, and prone to errors, with procedures and upgrades still being done by hand.

Photo Bibi Rosenbach, NetOp.Cloud’s CEO and co-founder
“Cloud-based technology means that virtually every organization faces the same threat of what happened to both Facebook and AWS. This is why we created NetOp.cloud: to identify and fix network problems, ideally before they occur,” said Bibi Rosenbach, NetOp.Cloud’s CEO and co-founder.

The necessity for a solution like NetOp.Cloud has been highlighted by recent headline-grabbing episodes of server failure, according to the startup. More than 3.5 billion people were locked out of their Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram accounts for hours due to a setup issue late last year, leading Meta Group’s shares to drop $50 billion in value. Cloud infrastructure provider AWS was struck by a succession of identical failures, which knocked offline several commercial and entertainment applications housed on the platform, added NetOp.Cloud.

“Cloud-based technology means that virtually every organization faces the same threat of what happened to both Facebook and AWS. This is why we created NetOp.cloud: to identify and fix network problems, ideally before they occur,” said Bibi Rosenbach, NetOp.Cloud’s CEO and co-founder. “The annual cost of network operations is $350 billion, and Internet connectivity still suffers frequent outages. We’re here to lift the burden from MSPs and enterprise IT.”

Springtide Ventures, OurCrowd, Venture Israel, and Labs02 were among the investors.

Automated Network Monitoring and Repair

Artificial intelligence (AI) is used in NetOp.SaaS Cloud’s network operation platform to continuously monitor network health, simplify IT and network operations, and automate workflows so that networks may self-heal. NetOp.Cloud automatically identifies the source of delayed or intermittent internet service and recommends actions or reconfigures systems to fix the issue.

“Once we started using NetOp, it became clear just how much time and effort we had been wasting on tedious manual tasks,” said Taylor Jones, President and CTO of Elauwit, a managed service provider and NetOp.Cloud customer. “Locating the source of a disruption, configuring new connections, and resolving issues takes a fraction of the time it used to take, and far less effort. Our customers need internet issues to be resolved in minutes, not hours, and NetOp.Cloud makes that possible.”

NetOp’s automated network monitoring and repair solution has already been deployed in a number of major corporations across the world, including global financial institutions, manufacturers, and service providers. The solution is vendor neutral and simple to use even if you don’t have a lot of technical knowledge.

Cloud-based AI Platform

NetOp.Cloud is a cloud-based AI platform that automates onerous configuration operations, monitors network health and consumption, and proactively detects emerging issues before they influence user experience. MSPs and business IT teams may save time and money by delegating specific, time-consuming work to others, allowing them to focus on other duties and reducing downtime for themselves and their users.

NetOp.Cloud was developed by industry professionals with backgrounds in cloud, SaaS, AI, networking, and automation who saw a need for a better way to manage complex networks. The managed network service market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 6.3 percent from $52.7 billion in 2020 to $71.6 billion in 2025, with the NaaS market growing at a CAGR of 29.4 percent from $10.4 billion in 2021 to $37.5 billion in 2026.

The company had been self-funded up until now. The latest seed round cash will be utilized to expand the R&D and sales staff.

“NetOp is among the first companies which brings AI based automated solution for addressing the Network Operations challenges” said David Marek, Executive Director at Springtide, the lead investor in NetOp’s recent seed round. “Its automated, AI-based solution saves hours and sometimes even days of downtime, and demand is only likely to grow. With its unique value proposition, it aims to set a new standard in the fast-growing market known as Network as a Service.”