Upcoming webinars (2010-07-11)

Date US, Canada,
Americas
Europe, Africa,
Middle East
Asia, Pacific
August 25th Data Center 3.0 for Networking Engineers
07:00 (San Francisco), 10:00 (New York), 16:00 (Paris)
August 30th Next-generation IP Services
07:00 (San Francisco), 10:00 (New York), 16:00 (Paris)
September 29th DMVPN: Advanced and Crazy Scenarios
10:00 (Paris), 12:00 (Moscow), 18:00 (Sydney)
Building IPv6 Service Provider Core
07:00 (San Francisco), 10:00 (New York), 16:00 (Paris)
October 13th Market Trends in Service Provider Networks
10:00 (Paris), 12:00 (Moscow), 18:00 (Sydney)
Choose the optimal VPN service
07:00 (San Francisco), 10:00 (New York), 16:00 (Paris)

Changes from the last update

Other webinars in the pipeline

  • Enterprise IPv6 Deployment
  • Embedded Event Manager: Basics
  • Embedded Event Manager: Advanced Topics

3 comments:

  1. Hi Ivan,

    Your upcoming events shows data centre 2.0 in the table and 3.0 on the left side. You might have missed this typo?

    Mark.

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  2. Andres Iniesta12 July, 2010 06:33

    Looking at http://www.ioshints.info/DataCenterIntro , its 3.0.

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  3. Ivan Pepelnjak12 July, 2010 07:30

    Mark, thank you for spotting my typo. 3.0 is correct and here's the full story (it has nothing to do with version numbering):

    When I started writing the description, I used "Data Center 2.0" as a joke on the 2.0-ish hype. However, it turns out that Cisco is already a step ahead of us all promoting Data Center 3.0 (whatever 2.0 was, obviously it was not good enough), so I decided to follow the leaders and renumber.

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Ivan Pepelnjak, CCIE#1354, is the chief technology advisor for NIL Data Communications. He has been designing and implementing large-scale data communications networks as well as teaching and writing books about advanced technologies since 1990. See his full profile, contact him or follow @ioshints on Twitter.