Last month we had the honor of hosting the first session of Networking Field Day 10. For the unitiated, the Tech Field Day folks bring independent bloggers, speakers, and podcasters to vendors for deep-dives. The 12 delegates of #NFD10 stopped by to discuss Cisco’s approach to SD-WAN. This was a great session as SD-WAN, while pretty hot right now, is also a pretty great solution to branch automation.
Jeff Reed, VP of Network Transformation, kicked off Networking Field Day 10 to introduce Cisco’s approach to Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) for the Enterprises to the 12 delegates who attended.
Next, Sumanth Kakaraparthi, Product Manager for Platform Routing and Pedro Leonardo, Product Manager in Network Transformation for Enterprise Management and Controller started the sessions by explaining the Zero Touch Deployment model. They showcased how no physical user interaction with the device is required other than connecting the necessary cables. Read More »
Over the last couple of months, I got involved in a project aimed at minimizing the time taken to bring a new device into the network, using capabilities offered by our Prime Infrastructure application. This project is called Zero-Touch Deployment, or ZTD. Now it’s time to define what ZTD is, and how Cisco IT made it a reality. Read More »
This video blog describes the value of simplicity in the Internet of Everything world and Zero Touch Deployment (ZTD) as a key enabling technology for Cisco, Cisco IT and any IT organization.
Plamen Nedeltchev, Ph.D. and Distinguished Engineer for Cisco IT describes the challenges and opportunities of zero touch deployment technologies when simplifying the way users and machines consume network services. Plamen shares how ZTD enables productivity through an excellent user experience, allowing fast and seamless consumption of network services while reducing time to capabilities and TCO, simplifying IT deployment and improving scalability.