In this episode of our Cisco CCNA-DC series, Brian Trainor covers section 1 of the 640-911 exam. CCNA-DC 640-911 Section 1 Video Objectives – Describe the purpose and function of network devices – Select the components required to meet a network specification – Explain data flows in the network based on the OSI and TCP/IP[…]
Join Lauren for the third installment of her dive into the Cisco ACI software defined networking. In this episode, Lauren digs into ACI Contracts. Continuing with ANP – from an AVS point of view Dynamic EPGs with AVS Distributed Firewall with AVS Demo – Dynamic EPGs with vCe
Sotware Defined whatever (SDx) is turning from a buzz word into some actual value, so it is definitely time to get educated on what SDx options are around. We are lucky to have some Software Defined Network skills on the vBrownBag team in the form of Lauren Malhoit. Lauren is a regular host of the US show and has been an invaluable team member making TechTalks videos at VMworld and OpenStack Summit. Lauren’s day job is with Cisco’s ACI team, so we managed to persuade her to do some late nights to present a series about Cisco’s SDN product, ACI.
The first two episodes were recorded in December and we will have a few more episodes in January.
Last week we had a great time at Cisco Live! in San Diego. It is a pretty massive conference and I really just saw a small corner. Naturally the corner I saw was the vBrownBag TechTalk stage. You can see the TechTalk and roving reporter videos we recorded on this page. I’m looking forward to[…]
We are live at Cisco Live! in San Diego. We will be making video in the mornings Monday to Wednesday. You can follow along the live stream at the usual live page. The schedule is very fluid at present, so a little pot luck whether we are on air or not. These are the presentations[…]
Cisco has been the best friend of the vBrownBag TechTalks, they have sponsored every time we asked. It has been a bit of a paradox that we have never managed to get TechTalks at Cisco’s own conference, Cisco Live! Happily we are fixing this omission with the help of the Cisco CTO office. Next week[…]