Last year Cisco announced their intent to move away from purchasing merchant silicon and start building their own chips. Quite a surprise for many, as the SDN traits are to decouple software from hardware, relying heavily on software, and using commodity hardware. This begs the question: in which area/vertical would this be implemented first? Well,
Many of us have heard the term “Internet of Things (IoT)” in this or another way, perhaps an advertisement, overhearing a conversation between geeks from the IT department (if you are not into IT), a discussion with colleagues (if you are a geek yourself), or in the news. What exactly do we mean with IoT?
Hello everybody! 😀 Continuing with the intent to write more often as promised earlier, I will list some things that occurred recently: Cisco Learning Network announced their roster for Cisco Designated VIPs for 2020! I had the honor to be selected for another year, along with outstanding individuals like Daniel Dib, Elvin Arias, Sergey Lisitsin,
Hello everybody! Its been a while since I wrote something in my own blog. Before anything else, I would like to apologize 😦 There is no plausible gain on blaming work and time constraints, I simply, didn’t write here (mea culpa). That being said, this is about to change: One of my goals for this
Hello everyone! 😀 Here we are again, as i promised in the previous post, we will talk a little about Cisco Live US! First things first: It was my first CLUS, I’ve been two times in CLEUR, but never in CLUS or US before. Actually, i had to run the last month with visa and appointments
Hello everyone I have been away for some time (sorry about it) and i’m trying to get back on track to blog more. Gotta say I had my plate full with couple of exams in my queue and a huge workload. Things are moving forward and I promised myself i would do my best to
Hello everyone! 😀 I know i know… I have been quite away from the blog (sorry about that). I have been veeery busy with work and studies. Actually, now I am a little bit more “free” than before, because I took the ARCH exam. So, no deadline now! 😀 I will be writing the pending
As you maybe are aware of, Cisco announced on May 17th an interesting change in its Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching certifications. As always happens with this announcements, there are changes on the exam numbers and their blueprint. I will let you know in a quick