If you have Meraki MX security appliances chances are that you have seen the SD-WAN & traffic shaping option in the Meraki dashboard menu. Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) can dynamically optimize your WAN without having to make manual adjustments when network conditions change. In a network with redundant uplinks if one uplink becomes degraded, SD-WAN allows the network to dynamically select the best path to the destination. This is especially important for latency sensitive services such voip and video. Meraki’s philosophy has always been about simplicity and their SD-WAN solution is no different.
February 24th is coming up fast and those of us working on our certifications are scrambling to complete them before the change. But for those who may not get it done before the deadline, you may need to start studying for the new exams. But what is on the new exams, what topics are covered, and most importantly what training material is out there. Today I will be comparing the certification requirement differences for the CCNP Collaboration. I will explain what you can expect as far as differences in exam topics, testing format, and what study material is available.
If you haven’t heard, Cisco is redesigning their certification programs. Starting February 24, 2020 this new design will be in place. Let’s take a look at the upcoming changes.
LookingPoint is pleased to announce the official partnership with Tegile, a privately held enterprise storage vendor headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. As a Channel Partner LookingPoint will leverage Tegile’s enterprise storage solutions and team of product experts to deliver the highest quality storage experience to our customers. Partnering with a vendor that provides both all-flash and hybrid storage arrays will allow LookingPoint to work with clients to understand their application workloads and storage requirements before making any recommendation on the ideal storage solution.
The title to this blog is a question that I have been hearing a lot from customers in the last few months. With Gartner’s recent prediction that spending on SD-WAN will rise from $129 million in 2016 to $1.24 billion in 2020, I figured it’s about time I write up a little blog article all about this latest offering to revolutionize the enterprise WAN, or perhaps not!
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