Tune in for all the latest announcement from Cisco Live US 2020! Tom Hollingsworth and Stephen Foskett will be covering Chuck Robbins’ keynote along with all the great discussions being started from this year’s Cisco Live!
Josh Warcop has a great summary of the importance of face-to-face discussions from Cisco Live: Shared experiences are part of living life
Containers are the new way to build software that can run anywhere. That’s especially true if you’re wanting to run software on a Cisco Catalyst Switch. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at how NetBeez is leveraging this capability to bring their exciting analytics solution to the platform.
Cisco Defense Orchestrator (CDO) is a subscription-based SaaS offering that brings deployment and management of edge security policies on an array of devices under central control. Jody Lemoine got a look at CDO at Tech Field Day Extra at Cisco Live Us 2019. He takes an in-depth look in this piece.
Building an AIOps platform requires a lot of inputs. But not all inputs are good enough for your algorithms. How do you ensure that everything is working the way you want? You’re going to have to start with clean data. Tom Hollingsworth discusses ScienceLogic and their SL1 AIOps platform and how it can help with these issues.
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Tom Hollingsworth is on the ground at Cisco Live US 2018, live blogging the keynote. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins will be speaking at 10:30am ET. Catch the live stream here and share your thoughts as well.
Justin Cohen of CanTechIt comments: As networks became constricted in bandwidth (mostly in the WAN) we needed a way to constrain less important traffic. The start of QoS was in the VoIP world – as people like me (hard core telephony guys from the TDM days) started to work on VoIP, we wanted circuit […]
Josh Kittle of Collab.Ninja writes: A few weeks ago while attending Cisco Live in San Diego, I was invited by the Tech Field Day group to participate in a couple of sessions, and I wanted to share my responses to one in particular today, but first a little bit of background on myself. These days […]
Jennifer Huber of I ? WiFi writes: Many moons ago I was a Network Administrator who managed static IP addresses by consulting the critical IP Networks Excel Spreadsheet. I had to find a free Windows based app which would show me a diff view of two switch configurations during the 15 day trial window. I […]