We released our latest in the Fundamentals series earlier this month and it is trending quite well. The 802.11ac standard sounds like a step backwards alphabetically…but it will soon be an incredible step forward forward for WiFi once it is ratified by the IEEE. Watch this latest fundamentals to get comfortable with the truth. 802.11n is still your best bet for 2012 and into 2013 as we continue to partner on the standards process but the future is bright indeed!
This was an action packed trip – I love how a final day is never quite as busy and everyone is so much more relaxed.
Three good stories worth covering, the first two on security!
BYOD Security with Bill McGee
Our second story in security is easily one of my favorites and not just because it involves a lot of friend from Austin. Cisco’s Security Intelligence Operations…
For Day 2 we spent more time on stage than in front of the camera but we continued to dig up some very interesting stories, updates and another announcement!
Go here for the Day 1 recap and collection of great (IMHO) video.
Right off the bat – The NetFlow Next Generation Appliance
Jimmy Ray jumped at the chance to talk to Damien Lim about the new NetFlow Generation Appliance. Watch it here then meet scroll on down or make the jump for more videos and links to the details!
Having a lot of fun this year at Interop 2012. We are shooting and editing in a much tighter workflow so that we can publish these things same day and thank gosh! The stories are numerous and oh so timely. Follow along as I attempt to recap our first full day on the show floor.
Jim Frey recently wrote a white paper called Closing the Loop for Effective Network Operations Management and he stopped by to chat about some of the key points made.
As he describes it: Cisco has developed and introduced Prime Assurance Manager with one essential goal in mind – to provide end-to-end operational monitoring visibility, spanning data center to and through the branch, as a means for facilitating efficient operations and proactively protecting network-delivered applications and network availability, network performance, application performance, and end user experience data across both wired and wireless environments, coupled with troubleshooting and reporting features.
Jim is going to be going even deeper with an hour long seminar on May 15.
My First Cloud
Yair Dolev was our guest for the topic of ‘Intelligent Automation for the Cloud’ now in a cool starter Edition!
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We updated our little corner of the Cisco YouTube page with some new playlist categories. Now its easy to find my favorite quick hits – Networking 101.
Couple of great new videos have been up here recently as @jimmyray_purser rolls ’em out!
Networking 101: What is an ASIC?
Is a custom application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) really a big deal in networking devices? Jimmy Ray Purser walks us through the difference between custom and full custom ASIC designs. Watch an overview of the steps involved in ASIC design. Learn the the difference between “programmable” ASICs and how to determine the difference between various ASIC models.
Networking 101: Quality of Service
How well do you know QoS? We all throw the term around but are we all truly comfortable with it? Jimmy Ray breaks it down at the packet level and shares the one rule you must never forget.
Networking 101: Switch Latency
Understanding how switch performance is measured can make the difference with application performance. The terminology of switch latency in various switching methods and the methodology to obtain the most accurate latency measurements make it easy to play games with the numbers. Watch this episode of Networking 101 with Jimmy Ray from TechWiseTV and arm yourself with knowledge.