Technical Solutions Architect, Jordan Martin, discusses what he hopes to see at Networking Field Day Exclusive at Juniper NXTWORK 2019.
The Internet of Things (IoT) often gets represented as consumer grade cameras, sensors, thermostats, and appliances. While this certainly is a notable portion of the IoT market, it neglects the more mission-critical side of IoT which has its roots firmly planted in the heart of industrial networking. In this post, Jordan Martin takes a look at the new products he saw at Tech Field Day Extra from Cisco Live US 2019 that focus specifically on those use cases.
VMware recognizes the challenge in bridging software-defined domains into a cohesive unit and has started to build out a portfolio of software-defined products that work seamlessly together. Jordan Martin takes a look at why their Virtual Cloud Network fulfills the original promise of software-defined networking.
How does the SD-WAN market shape up right now? What is working and what still needs some work? Jordan Martin weighs in on the discussion and gives his views as an SD-WAN expert. Also, be sure to register for the Viptela FutureWAN summit! Details inside!
One of the things that most impresses me about Viptela, is that they often let their customers do the talking for them. As an engineer I’m immediately skeptical of any presentation intended to convince me of how incredible a product may be, but when a customer stands up and says that the product being discussed actually delivers on the promises, I start to pay attention. And with Viptela it isn’t just one customer. Year after year they bring new customers to conferences, podcasts, and demonstrations to talk about how Viptela’s SD-WAN solution is improving the way these organizations implement technology.
This is post 3 of 5 in the series “Viptela SD-WAN Tech Talk Fall 2016” The Packet Pushers Podcast recently recorded a Viptela sponsored, live podcast, in New York City. The podcast is titled “Inside Three Real-World SD-WAN Deployments“, and appropriately so since Viptela would prefer their customers talk about the product than putting a […]
This is post 7 of 8 in the series “ONUG Fall 2016 Tech Talks” The fall session of the Open Networking Users Group (ONUG) was held in New York City this year, with many large enterprises, financial institutions, and researchers discussing how SDN, cloud, and DevOps have been disrupting/improving the way their organizations operate. The […]
This is post 5 of 8 in the series “ONUG Fall 2016 Tech Talks” If you’ve been following the open networking movement at all, you’ve probably heard that the future role of the network engineer is in question. You can’t go an hour at a conference like ONUG without the topic coming up in conversation. Automation of […]
This is post 4 of 8 in the series “ONUG Fall 2016 Tech Talks”
This is post 3 of 8 in the series “ONUG Fall 2016 Tech Talks” I’m currently attending the semi-annual ONUG conference in New York City this week and, as one would expect, open networking is at the heart of just about every conversation. One of the more engaging sessions of the event is something named […]