It’s time for CLEUR again, for the second year in Berlin, that’s 5 years in a row and I still get excited when the date arrives. #CLEUR #CCIE #netvet #ciscochampion #merakimaster pic.twitter.com/IyF883JeYk — Gian Paolo (@gp_ifconfig) February 21, 2017 I won’t repeat many consideration’s I’ve already made last year. This year my main focus was security, I attended many FirePower, AMP and FTD sessions. General routing/switching and wireless are topics I can see in other partner events or learn by myself watching recordings later.
Hi CLEUR! This year, for the fourth year in a row, I’ve attended Cisco Live Europe. I’ve earned the “Netvet” status, that means my name was on the wall before the keynote, ain’t that great? ;-) Aesthetics apart, this year’s event was the biggest I’ve attended so far, twelve thousands people in a huge venue (for European standards) and a lot of sessions available. Here’s my recap of the event.
Last week I had the opportunity to attend Cisco Live in Milan. This is my second time at Cisco Live, I’ve been in London last year. Some people still doesn’t know what Cisco Live is. Is it an event for pre-sales? A technical training? A party with free beer for nerds? I can say it is it all and much more. At Cisco Live you have the opportunity to participate in very deep technical sessions, some with hands-on labs, and to talk with the smartest guys in Cisco.
Cisco Live! Europe: I’m in! First time here, the impression is like being in the Willy Wonka chocolate factory with the big difference you can touch everything without disappear. As my job is not focused on a single technology I’m registered to many different sessions, from WiFi to Security, from FCoE to Routing/Switching. A longer review will follow. It’ll be a long week. _ _