“For all of us, there was a time before Tech Field Day. But rarely does one meet Tech Field Day and continue the same course, unchanged.” Nikki Schnupp tells the tale of her first Tech Field Day experience after joining the team this summer. It was a whirlwind week full of coffee, jet lag, and lots of enterprise IT.
Tech Field Day
Posts related to Tech Field Day presentations, presenters, and companies
The future of Ethernet is getting faster every day. Andy Bechtolsheim of Arista knows that as well as anyone. That’s why he takes a look at where 400Gbps Ethernet is today and how soon it will be arriving. Tom Hollingsworth looks at his presentation and discusses why it’s a very telling look at the future of networking.
Never heard of IP Infusion? You’re not alone. The company was founded by the team behind GNU Zebra, and has commercialized it under ZebOS since 1999. They’ve recently moved from purely an OEM company into providing white box switch and virtualized network operating systems. It’s an interesting move into some of the more exciting areas in enterprise IT.
Container orchestration isn’t easy, even with Kubernetes running smoothly. If you need a little extra help to make it all run correctly you need direction. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Nirmata and how they can help architect your container strategy.
Monitoring containerized applications can be a pain, especially if you are using containers to their fullest. But it doesn’t have to be impossible. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Ixia CloudLens and how it can help you unravel the mysteries behind what your containers are doing.
Paying for more capacity than you need can be wasteful and lead to difficult decisions down the road. But what if you only have to pay for what you use? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at KEMP Technologies and their Metered Licensing option for their Application Delivery Controllers.
Malware is a constant battle. And as malware creators find new ways to evade detection with SSL, how can security professionals fight back and save their networks? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a solution from Gigamon that gives you the power to see what the bad guys are trying to hide.
Wireless analytics are waiting for you to discover them. But you shouldn’t be paying for a dedicated solution to find out what you don’t know. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Mojo Networks from Mobility Field Day 2 and their inventive solution of putting a third radio in every AP they sell.
In our first post, I gave an overview of Congruity360’s corporate history and portfolio. The company has an impressive suite of managed services for organizations to leverage, providing vital business needs with a minimum of IT hassle. At Storage Field Day last week, the company zeroed in on one particular offering, one that’s increasingly relevant to modern enterprises: data migration.
Space and time. Kant, Einstein. Long-haul truck drivers, marathon runners, 747 pilots. Kid on her way home from school. Data. Networks. Storage. Security. As Nikki Schnupp heads to Commvault GO 2017, she considers them all.