Webinar Plans for 2018

Last week I described what we did in 2017. Now let’s see what the ipSpace.net subscribers will get in 2018.

New webinars

I thought that 2017 would be a year of the cloud, but that was not to be – I was too busy creating network automation and data center content.

I plan to fix that in 2018, and do a series of cloud and Software-Defined Data Center (which is just a fancy name for private cloud) webinars covering VMware NSX, Cisco ACI, and AWS Networking.

EVPN deep dive that I kept promising for quite a while is already scheduled, with the first session on March 6th.

We might also do a deep dive into Kubernetes and a major overhaul of Docker webinars to cover the recent developments.

Finally, I’m getting tons of questions on data models, so I plan to do a webinar on Data Models and Data Stores.

New Content in Existing Webinars

The final chapters of the Leaf-and-Spine Fabrics saga are scheduled for March 29th.

Network Automation Use Cases webinar is getting new sections, starting with Intent-based Networking which might turn into an independent webinar if some of my more daring plans come through. More about this one a bit later.

We’ll add content describing individual open-source tools (starting with Git) to the Network Automation Tools webinar.

Refreshes and Updates

I have tons of ideas about thing that could be improved, but only limited amount of time to do them. Anyway, here’s the full list:


  1. Looking forward to the Kubernetes one! Keep them coming, great content as always.
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