Summary: Technical teams that are staffed within a NOC play a pivotal role in the health of an organization’s network.
Within the world of IT services, a Network Operations Center (NOC) is a central location where IT professionals can support the monitoring of an organization. Now, there are numerous types NOCs and they all tend to vary based on the type of company.
The Tech Team
The staffed technical teams are hired to keep a close on each monitored endpoint while also ensuring 24/7 uptime for the organization. The NOC is a crucial aspect of a business looking to enhance their overall system. It doesn’t matter whether the organization outsources to a third-party team or does it in-house, the NOCs functions still remain the same, and the functionalities of the team do not change as well.
NOC technicians monitor every aspect of the client network. This includes things like hop, netflow, server, and endpoint. Essentially anything that is attached to the network, the technician is responsible for monitoring. They must also make decisions and adjust on the fly to ensure that the network performs at peak efficiency and organization productivity remains optimal.
NOC technicians can also create alerts, or what people like to call tickets, to identify the issue that the network is having. In addition to this, each alert is categorized depending on the type of issue that is ongoing. Now, depending on the type of relationship that the NOC has with the technical team, they can work together to ultimately resolve the problem and prevent any similar issues from occurring. Remember, technicians work as a team and are categorized based on their expertise and problem-solving ability.This is why it is crucial for a tech team to work alongside one another as each member can contribute based on his or her specialty.