Justin Cohen outlines what he’s heard from Cisco about efforts to bring down internal silos, and the unprecedented collaboration between units now happening within the company. In their Digital Network Architecture, Cisco is focusing on intent and context as the pillars of moving toward a more intuitive and holistic view of the network from a business perspective.
After attending Cisco Live US this year, Tom Hollingsworth saw signs of a very different Cisco. This change seems to come from the top down with the leadership of Chuck Robbins
At first, it looked like the CEO was headed down the same path as his predecessor John Chambers. But Tom sees their focus on software over hardware and a more hands on leadership style leading to big changes within this giant company.
On this iteration of the Gestalt IT Networking News:
– Discussing Intel and NFV on our new podcast, the On-Premise IT Roundtable
– TELoIP tries to shake up the same old SD-WAN recipe
– An in-depth look at TCP terminator
Plus looks a VMware NSX, the future of SDN, and trying to find out who moved Jordan Martin’s Control Plane!
In this edition of Gestalt Networking News:
– IPv6 has a case of the Mondays
– Do network engineers need to be programmers now?
– Plus, the epoch rollover struggle is real