The making of PENN 1 – an insider’s view
Listening to our smart building partners, you quickly realize that the sum of the whole is greater than the individual parts of the system and that sharing data is key.
Networking Demystified: Protecting Endpoints is Job #1
Learn how the multitude of endpoints on enterprise networks can be categorized and secured with Cisco AI Endpoint Analytics and the role you can have in developing the future of secure endpoint technology.
Good service begins with visibility
In order to keep customers happy and having a great experience, partners--and their customers--need end-to-end visibility to keep things running smoothly.
Choosing Tools to Deploy and Maintain Applications and Infrastructure – Part 1
Terraform or Ansible? Which is the best infrastructure-as-code tool for your environment? Or, can you use both together to take advantage of their unique strengths and purpose?
Preventing Network Loops! A Feature You Need to be Aware of
Spanning Tree or not, an occasional network loop is unavoidable. Something we have all run into from time to time and spent hours to root cause. This is a new way to combat the problem.
Cisco + The NFL = The Connected League
Cisco has been named an Official Technology Partner of the NFL. Together, Cisco and the NFL are committed to creating a new chapter in the sports and entertainment industry by developing the first ever Connected League – where a unified, intent-based networking architecture will connect all 30 venues. This network will allow the league to support all facets of gameday operations, but also deliver new experiences to teams and fans alike.
Cisco IOS XE – Past, Present, and Future
Cisco IOS was developed in the 1980s for the company’s first routers that had only 256 KB of memory and low CPU processing power. But what a difference a few decades make. Today Cisco IOS XE runs our entire enterprise networking portfolio. That's 80+ different Cisco platforms for access, distribution, core, wireless, and WAN. There are, with a myriad of combinations of hardware and software and physical and virtual form factors.