NetBrain is the inventor of Computer-Aided Network Engineering (CANE) software.
Since our founding in 2004, our mission has been to make network management simple and visual with transformational technology. In the real world, running enterprise-grade networks requires a high level of skill and knowledge from network professionals. Our innovative solutions focus on simplifying and reducing the efforts associated with designing, documenting and troubleshooting complex networks by employing a tool everyone knows how to use – a map.
NetBrain’s map-based automation technology empowers networking professionals with improved information to make better decisions about their networks.
Some of the world’s most prestigious companies, including British Telecom, Fidelity Investments and Thomson Reuters, leverage the power of NetBrain SmartMap technology to discover, document and troubleshoot their networks. Leveraging NetBrain for everyday collaboration, our customers tell us that NetBrain Workstation is the most innovative and effective solution they have ever come across.
NetBrain is headquartered near Boston, Massachusetts, with offices in New York City, New York and Beijing, China.
Since our founding in 2004, our mission has been to make network management simple and visual with transformational technology. We understand that the foundation of our success is the result of exceptional employees whose expertise and hard work drives our growth and recognition as a leader in network management technology. In every NetBrain office, you will find challenging projects and smart people with the ability to revolutionize the way the world manages their critical networks. NetBrainers relish the freedom to create the next generation of network management technologies in an environment designed to foster collaboration, creativity and excellence. We embrace independent thinking, self-challenge, and we appreciate good humor.
We invite potential candidates to explore a unique opportunity to grow with us and make a lasting impact. NetBrain team members can expect competitive salaries, health and dental insurance, a 401K plan, and paid time off. In addition, extra incentives, such as stock options and bonuses, may be available to team members based on their contribution to the company.
It is our belief that everyone is blessed, but not everyone is given equal opportunity. It is our privilege and responsibility to give back to the community.
NetBrain has committed to contribute resources to benefit children with mental disabilities. Starting in 2007, NetBrain has been involved with Beijing Zhiguang Special Education Training School to help disabled children have a better education and life.
NetBrain and its employees have also donated $3,050 to benefit the Boston One Fund and 15100RMB to aid the relief efforts for Ya An city earthquake in Sichuan Province.
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I have been working at NetBrain Technologies full-time for more than a yearPros
The technology behind the product is unparalleled and constantly improving. With it, the business is growing by leaps and bounds. Confidence in the company's growth has been bolstered by a recent infusion from the largest VC in the country. Having the opportunity to grow with a company and be part of the transition from startup towards IPO isn't an opportunity many people will have in their careers.
The employees are great to work with and the senior management is passionate, energetic, and enthusiastic - traits which are contagious. As the company grows, so do opportunities. Hard work and results are appreciated and rewarded.Cons
With a fast-paced company and constant change comes ever-shifting priorities on various projects. Sometimes it's difficult to perfect a project as it can be dropped for another priority. This can affect morale and sense of accomplishment.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Define clear goals and trust in your leadership team to execute and achieve them, while fostering open communication and constructive feedback.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks - interviewed at NetBrain Technologies in July 2014.Interview Details
At first, the HR set up a phone interview where she asked stuff on my resume and my background before asking about 10 technical questions. Most of them were okay, but it caught me off guard. You don't normally expect HRs to ask you technical questions. She didn't even know if my answers were right or not. So basically she wrote down all my answers whether or not she understood it and sent it to the hiring manager for review. I managed to do well enough for her to set up a web interview with the Chief Technology Officer person at the company. She told me to study a demo of THEIR software which was tough to understand at times and said that the CTO expected me to explain THEIR software for 30 mins on the phone interview. I mean, shouldn't it be the other way around? Wherein the company explains to you about their software and you learn from it? She just told me to look at their demo video, download their software and learn it. I was baffled. First of all, the demo wasn't explained all that well. Even though I had a CCNA and knew all the commands for configurations of routers and switches, I found it difficult to understand. And also, that software runs only on windows. Doesn't run on Macintosh, which is what I use. So even bigger problem.
I told her the problem and she said it won't be an issue. So once the web interview began with the help of a GoTo Meeting software, I spoke with the CTO person who was Asian and I could barely understand what he was saying. Had to ask him to repeat his questions at times, and even when I answered them he still kept asking the same questions over and over again. I was still able to answer most of them. Later on, he gave me a Thinking Outside The Box type question, which took some time to figure out the answer for. In the meanwhile, he asked if I had any questions for him. So I asked him about the company and what this position entails. He started explaining and I tried to understand it to my best ability. The web interview connection broke down. Neither had I answered that Thinking Outside The Box question nor did he explain anything about the company/position. So the decent thing to do would be to give a PHONE call, right? Well, this person told me to directly follow up with the HR. Basically said, intervew = over. I mean, what on earth was that? You'd expect a person who is a CTO at a company to have some sort of professionalism, right? This guy was apathetic towards his candidate and couldn't care less. That was disgusting tbh.
I had seen the reviews before the interview, and they weren't good. So my interest in the company wasn't great to begin with. But after this interview, I decided to not follow up with them and to reject them if they came up with any further interviews or onsite interview. Never wanna deal with such unprofessional people in my life.Interview Questions
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- Most were straight forward. Questions on OSPF Area Backbone, DHCP, Subnetting were asked during the HR. During the interview with CTO, he was asking stuff about telnet and SSH, ARP and Routing table scenarios and also configuration of cisco routers/switches commands. Answer Question
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NetBrain’s map-driven automation technology empowers networking professionals with improved information and powerful automation capabilities to make better decisions about their networks. Some of the world’s most prestigious companies, including AT&T, Thomson Reuters, leverage the power of NetBrain Qmap technology to discover, document and troubleshoot their networks...
Mission: Our mission is to make network management simple and visual with transformational technology. Managing enterprise-grade networks requires a high level of skill and...