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"Gliffy is a great tool to create various types of diagrams in our Confluence wiki-intensive culture, where we collaborate on everything from network diagrams to workflow processes to decision models. Gliffy is self-service and lightweight, with minimal tax on our IT organization, and works in the browsers of our HubSpotter's choice across Mac and Windows."
Jim O'Neill
Chief Information Officer, HubSpot

Put Out Fires Faster

Tell us if we’re wrong, but always being on-call and constantly putting out fires can be stressful. And let’s be honest, most IT departments spend a lot of time being stressed out. Gliffy diagrams can help relieve some of that angst.

Whether your team is working on network security, disaster recovery or infrastructure, Gliffy can be used to visualize and document complex architecture so that problems are easier to locate and fix. They can also help you communicate with teams less familiar with IT terminology.

Identify Problems With Ease

Not only will having an up-to-date map of your computer network create an overall sense of well-being and happiness, it will also make it much easier for your team to get work done. So whether they end up using network diagrams, UML diagrams or a combination of the two, it will make locating the root of the problem both faster and easier when a disaster occurs. (And somehow disasters are always occurring...)

Manage Infrastructure Better

Who doesn’t want to see the big picture? (Actually, we can think of a few people), but that doesn’t mean it isn’t helpful, especially when managing something as complex as system architecture. Creating a layer diagram or a series of UML diagrams to map out your system and the interactions within will give your team a more complete view, so that problems can be addressed more quickly and changes made more effectively.

Benefits of Using Gliffy Diagrams

  • Put out IT fires faster
  • Lessen the impact unexpected issues have on your business
  • Improve productivity and optimize performance
  • Manage hardware & software assets with greater ease
  • Streamline your support processes
  • Gain a better understanding of existing architecture
  • Communicate & implement process change more easily