Your community defines who you are. But for some, the community is defined by who they are as well. Tom Hollingsworth interviews David Peneloza Seijas and discusses his role in Cisco Live, Cisco Champions, and Tech Field Day.
At Cisco Live Europe 2020, Gestalt IT’s Joep Piscaer was joined by Patrick Smith, Field CTO for Pure Storage. They discussed how Europe and the EMEA region are driving Pure Storage’s product and company direction, and how that affects products like FlashStack.
David Samuel Penaloza Seijas is coming to Tech Field Day Extra at Cisco Live Europe, so let’s get to know him!
Join Gestalt IT and Tech Field Day live from Cisco Live Europe in Barcelona, Spain! We will be live blogging the keynote address on Tuesday, January 29th at 9:15am CET. Follow along for the exciting announcements from Cisco!
The Internet of Things in a technological hypebeast, being both clearly defined and a marketing ploy at the same time. Cisco has clearly defined what they think IoT is all about: adding connectivity to devices. Using LoRaWAN, Cisco has a compelling technical solution to making connectivity possible on a mass scale.
Gestalt IT is here with your bi-weekly slate of all the latest and greatest in networking news. In this edition:
– Cumulus Networks and the conundrum of hardware
– Juniper Networks defines the self-driving network
– DDoS detection solutions
– And automating in a sea of vendors
All this plus a review of the best novelty MacBook Pro Touch Bar apps!
James Green of JDGreen.io comments: With any technology, whether it’s consumer technology or enterprise IT, it’s only a matter of time from the purchase before the technology is outdated. Most IT departments are extremely good by now with understanding the refresh cycle and how hardware depreciates over time. I learned of some technology at Cisco Live Europe this […]
John Harrington of The Network Sherpa comments: In a typical workflow, the network engineer will ask the service owner which ports they require open, and they often don’t know. A wasteful and extended back-and-forth debate continues until the rule is deployed. The key challenge here is that the service owner owns the requirement but doesn’t know […]
David Varnum of Overlaid comments: In this moment I realized something unusual. I’m an old router, living in a network evolved by DevOps. Here I am with my familiar old ways, speaking my simple language, comprehending only what is programmed in my feature-set. Yet, I’m flying in this multitenant aircraft, as a fully-supported object in this […]
Hans de Leenheer comments on his blog: The BYOD pipe is just too small The last presentation for the day was for Peter Jones, principal engineer at Cisco and chairman at the NBase-T alliance. He came to present us MultiGigabit Ethernet (2.5Gbps / 5.0Gbps). My immediate reaction was: who the hell needs a 2.5 and 5.0 GbE standard if […]