This week I’ve attended a training about Cisco ACI DCAC9K. Based on my personal experience no training can cover all the topics or all the use cases but I think this training with a cover-to-cover read of Deploying ACI can help to build the basis to start the ACI journey with strong fundamentals.
Scenario As most IT professionals I usually configure network devices in a lab environment before the actual installation at customer site. I try to limit the installation as much as possible to a simple box moving process, spending most of the change window in a previously defined validation process. In this particular case I deal with a data center core network that includes 8 Nexus 9k switches configured in 4 VPC pairs and a bunch of links between them.
My new post about Cisco Network Assurance Engine: From Download to Value in 60 Minutes (or less) has been published, read it on GestaltIT Tech Talks.
My new post about Aruba 8400 programmability has been published, read it on Aruba Blogs.
My new post about Configuration and Hardware Assurance in the Datacenter with Cisco Network Assurance Engine has been published, read it on GestaltIT Tech Talks.
At Cisco Live Europe in Barcelona I had a chance to see Cisco Candid (Network Assurance Engine) in action. My new post about Network Security Policy and Compliance in the Data Center with Cisco Network Assurance Engine has been published, read it on GestaltIT Tech Talks. Full video of TFDx session at CLEUR: