The last two months of 2018 will be jam-packed with webinars and on-site events:
- Dinesh Dutt will talk about network observability, how it’s different from monitoring and why it matters on November 8th;
- I’ll continue the Amazon Web Services networking saga with the third live session on November 15th. We already covered VPCs, interfaces and addresses, network security, route tables, and Internet connectivity. Now it’s time for VPNs, Direct Connect and VPC peering;
- The annual Data Center Fabric Architectures update will take place on November 22nd. I’ll cover the changes in data center switching market, and new hardware launched by major vendors;
- The Network Connectivity and Graph Theory webinar was a huge hit, so we agreed with Rachel Traylor to do a whole series of similar webinars. On November 29th she’ll cover Reliability Theory: Networking through a Systems Analysis Lens;
December will be a storage, EVPN and SDN month:
- On December 11th, Howard Marks will start his Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Deep Dive. Based on the list of topics he wants to cover we expect to have at least two if not three live sessions;
- The last webinar of 2018 will be The Network Impact of NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) by J Metz on December 13th.
There are no on-site events planned until early December:
- We’ll run another on-site workshop in Zurich on December 5th. This time we’ll focus on Using VXLAN and EVPN to Build Active-Active Data Centers;
- I’ll talk about making SDN better with IPv6 on December 6th;
- There’s an annual SDN event in Rapperswil, Switzerland on December 7th, and they invited me to talk about Real-life SDN seven years after its hype cycle started.
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