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Unified Data Center IQ Contest : It’s All about Intelligent Automation and OpenStack

- October 16, 2012 - 0 Comments

In case you are still in denial, we entered the 3rd week of our  6 weeks long Unified Data Center IQ Challenge . Since Sunday midnight PST , you can find on www.Facebook.com/ciscodc , a new set of questions , focused this week on Cisco Intelligent Automation and OpenStack .

Don’t tell me that you can’t answer at least one question ! Remember that only one correct answer makes you eligible to participate to the raffle for the iPAD.

So now , let me help you a little bit more to thank you for being on this blog – Why don’t you check the last blog of Rodrigo Flores about the announcement
Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud – OpenStack support  (And AWS, vCloud, vCenter) – I bet it can’t hurt .
 Remember also that the sooner you answer the questions, the more points you get to win the Grand Prize, which recognizes the best Unified Data Center IQ.

Finally I would like to celebrate our first winners of an iPad
Richard  Barbosa, is a System Engineer from Brazil . He won the week 1 prize in answering correctly to the 3 questions about Cisco Algo Boost  Technology and Nexus 3548

“I’m a System Engineer in one Cisco Partner company in Brazil. Today I  focus on Cisco Data Center solutions, developing and implementing projects with Cisco’s technology and virtualization. Prior to working with Cisco’s products I worked with many applications in linux and windows environments besides infrastructure network overall, until finally establish myself in what I do today, and I can say: I love it !.
I live in Brasília with my wife Kelly and I like play computer games, hanging out with my dog Shura and travel around the world. “
Congratulations to Richard for his great performance!

The winner of the week 2 is from Egypt – I will have soon the pleasure to introduce him to you.

Meanwhile , it’s time to play !

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