Computers never work. I can’t check my email. The Internet is always slow. No matter what I’m doing it seems like Information Technology is never the way I want it. Everything is completely broken. Or is it? Join us as we’ll discuss the various ways in which IT can be operating properly but still not as users want and why there is a huge difference between slow and broken.
Do you have the courage to let your audience drive their own demo? What kind of benefits could you get from letting people explore all on their own? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the Riverbed presentation from Networking Field Day 19 and how Brandon Carroll did just that.
Microsegmentation seems to be getting a lot of buzz in the virtual networking space, especially when it comes to network security. VMWare’s NSX leads the category, but we’re seeing a lot of competition from a variety of vendors. Each seems to have their own spin. Brandon Carroll is intrigued by Nuage’s approach. Whereas some other vendor […]
This is post 6 of 6 in the series “ONUG Spring 2016 Tech Talks” The Open Networking User Group met in Mountain View at the Intuit Campus for their Spring 2016 conference. Many topics were discussed with use-cases posted up on the wall in the main conference room. Among them was one of particular interest […]
This is post 4 of 6 in the series “ONUG Spring 2016 Tech Talks” About The Author Brandon Carroll is a blogger and teacher with years of experience helping students understand networking. His blog can be found at http://GlobalConfig.net and followed on Twitter as @BrandonCarroll. About The Author Tom Hollingsworth is a networking professional, blogger, and […]
This is post 3 of 6 in the series “ONUG Spring 2016 Tech Talks” About The Author Brandon Carroll is a blogger and teacher with years of experience helping students understand networking. His blog can be found at http://GlobalConfig.net and followed on Twitter as @BrandonCarroll. About The Author Tom Hollingsworth is a networking professional, blogger, and […]
Brandon Carroll of DataNetworkingTalk.com comments: In most cases the answer to that question is no. In fact, most of the time, an attack against the network is going to be performed using common attack vectors. Often times these attack vectors involve a human element that could have prevented the attack in the first place. What […]
Brandon Carroll of Global Config Technology Solutions comments: After spending a few days in San Jose for Networking Field Day 9, it dawned on me that someone new to networking would be thoroughly confused at what’s going on. That makes sense of course, because Networking Field Day is not a training event per say. It’s […]
Brandon Carroll of BRANDONJCARROLL.COM comments: Many in the SDN world have been tracking the happenings of Plexxi and recently at a Network Field Day I had an opportunity to catch up on what they’ve been doing with the Data Services Engine (DSE). What I heard had be intrigued and excited to continue watching their progress. […]
Brandon Carroll from BrandonJCarroll.com comments: Presenting is not an easy thing to do, especially when you are presenting to a very technical audience. One of the hardest things to come to terms with as a technical presenter is the fact that you do not have all the answers. The good thing is that nobody expects […]