iHub By Mugethi Gitau / January 29, 2014
The Art of Network Architecture
Guest blog by Frankie Onuoga
How do you:
- Deepen interactions between business and technology in your organization and improve the effectiveness of those interactions
- Face down challenges of complexity and cost in environments where the business changes faster than the network can
- Frame the problem(s) and conceptualize the optimal network solution
- Reflect operational realities, cost issues, and application support in your design
- Fully leverage the benefits of modularity, hierarchy, and virtualization
- Build networks that are more manageable and more resistant to security failures
- Make better choices about topology, virtualization, and routing
Melville Makokha | Systems Engineer | Cisco Systems
John Gitau | Systems Engineer | Cisco Systems
Cyrus Ngaruiya | Technology lead (SP)| Dimension Data | CCIE#37227
as we seek to answer some of the questions above. We will be redelivering ‘The Art of Network Architecture’ tomorrow from 3pm. This virtual training will be on webex (see details below) and was initially targeted at the East African Network Operators Group (EANOG). Please forward the links to friends partners and anyone that might be interested. We expect a varied audience so it will be a great interaction.
To join the training session
Date: Thursday, January 30, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm, Nairobi Time (Nairobi, GMT+03:00) (You can join 15 minutes earlier)
Session number: 204 802 138
1. Go to https://cisco.webex.com/
2. Enter your name and email address (or registration ID).
3. Enter the session password: eanog
4. Click “Join Now”.
5. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.
- EANOG (East African Network Operators Group) was started to bring together network operators and anyone aspiring to become one or just hang out with oneJ
- EANOG provides a forum to discuss operational issues and technologies of interest to data network engineers in the East African region. We meet at the IHUB once every two months.
- While the main objective is educational, it also gives vendors a chance to talk to engineers about newer technology and products on the sidelines.
- Engineers get to network and discuss their experiences and general areas of improvement.
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