In my last post in the series I introduced you to the four architectural components that control and enable our SD-WAN fabric. In that post I had promised that in our next installment we would take a closer look at our fabric bring up sequence, but if you will indulge me I would like to hold off on that topic for the next post. In its place I would like to use this post to introduce you to the lab environment that I have built for this series and take you through the process of deploying and registering a virtual vEdge router into our lab.
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In this Fireside Chat, CEO - Sean Barr, sits down with Senior Solutions Architect - Marshall Hill, to discuss hyperconverged infrastructure and Cisco Hyperflex. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this Fireside
Over the past year I have been fortunate enough to work on several Cisco SD-WAN (formally Viptela) deployments. These projects have ranged from small three or four site implementations here in the bay area, right through to large scale international rollouts incorporating hundreds of sites spread-out across the globe with regional POPs providing branch services and backbone connectivity.
The last day of Cisco Live 2018 started with a Security Innovation Showcase with Bret Hartman, Cisco VP and CTO of Security. He discussed best case security for worst case scenarios. In the last year we have seen cyber attack after cyber attack from Nyetya in July 2017 to VPNFilter which was detected last month.
Cisco Live Day 3 comes to an end tonight with Cisco’s Customer Appreciation Party at Universal Studios! Today there were some technology releases and product spotlights that we are excited to share with our customers! The first of these being Cisco’s new HyperFlex 3.5.
Day 2 of Cisco Live was filled with amazing new technology, new applications, new innovative services, and the power of Cisco’s partnerships. Cisco is continuing to build their intent-based networking with DNA, DNA Center now DNA Assurance. What really caught our attention today was the network and security innovations and integrations. Here are our top takeaways.
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