Omar Sultan

Senior Manager

Cloud Platform Solutions

At Cisco since 1999, Omar has a successful track record of helping the company successfully enter new markets. Omar’s mantra is helping Cisco’s customers turn unicorns into plow horses.


March 10, 2013


Networking Field Day 5: SDN and Unicorn Blood

So, we wrapped up our day with the Networking Field Day crew last week with a free form discussion on where we go next with SDN.  To be honest, the session did not go quite as I envisioned, but, in retrospect, I would not changed anything.  As Ethan Banks (of PacketPushers fame) noted in Twitter, […]

March 6, 2013


Network Field Day Comes to Cisco

So, we have the Tech Field Day crew on the Cisco campus today.  As you may now, Tech Field Day brings some of the industry’s leading bloggers together with folks like Cisco to cover the latest technology and trends. We are lucky to have the TFD team here all way and we have a number […]

January 31, 2013


Cisco ONE Revealed

So, since we made the initial set of announcements around Cisco ONE last summer, beyond a burst of M&A activity, things have been pretty quiet.  What we have been doing is spending time with customers and developers doing field trials on the various aspects of Cisco ONE (the onePK platform API the agent and controller […]

December 3, 2012


Living with the Programmable Cloud

Private cloud is surrounded by its own mythos–some folks believe it doesn’t exist and some folks believe its something that will only be enjoyed by future generations.  So, Cisco IT is living proof that private cloud is something that is very real.  This week, tomorrow in fact, John Manville SVP for Cisco IT, will be […]

November 19, 2012


Why You’ll Want LISP Routing – Part 3

Now that we covered how LISP Routing works in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, let dig into some of the things you can do with it. I would suggest you go back and read the first two posts if you are new to LISP since I am not going to cover that […]