Hybrid Cloud Networking with Cisco Nexus Dashboard

Recently I had the opportunity to co-host a Cisco podcast on Nexus Dashboard for Hybrid Cloud Networks. Here is a brief Intro: The link to the podcast can be accessed from here Demystify your hybrid cloud network automation and operations. With its “one-view” presentation of all your hybrid cloud network sites, Cisco Nexus Dashboard enables … Continue reading Hybrid Cloud Networking with Cisco Nexus Dashboard

Cisco further secures Work-From-Anywhere solution

Cisco is on a simplification journey across the board, whether networking, cybersecurity, or collaboration solutions. We have seen how previously discrete collaboration products, whether unified communications, video, or contact center, have been consolidated and simplified under one Webex umbrella. On the networking side, we also see the consolidation of SD access and SD wan management … Continue reading Cisco further secures Work-From-Anywhere solution

Networking & Cloud Innovations from Cisco

One thing is certain In enterprise networking today, most of the Innovations we see revolves around the management and orchestration plane, whether its SDWAN , DNA center or Nexus dashboard platforms. At the heart of this innovation are automation capabilities that serves the needs of NetOps, SecOps, DevOps and AIOps teams who are scoped with … Continue reading Networking & Cloud Innovations from Cisco

Mysuru – An Emerging Tech Hub In South India

The COVID pandemic Is such a powerful force that it has disrupted every Industry and sector. It is a time of crisis but also time of opportunity. The tech workforce is moving away from centralized model towards the distributed model of working where one can imagine a software engineer from the most remote rural place … Continue reading Mysuru – An Emerging Tech Hub In South India

How dual forces of convergence and inversion Is affecting Network design decisions

Dual forces of convergence and Inversion is taking place at the same time In the enterprise networking and security space. The network design as we knew is changing fundamentally as the application landscape is shifting towards hybrid and multi-cloud. The new center of gravity Is not the data center anymore but Its the Cloud around … Continue reading How dual forces of convergence and inversion Is affecting Network design decisions

How my team built a brand new Security Service

This was back in 2015 when my management team at Cisco put together a Innovation and Incubation team with the goal of generating new revenue streams for Cisco Advanced Services. The charter was to Identify the technology transitions happening at that time, their relevance to Cisco and If it makes sense start building professional services … Continue reading How my team built a brand new Security Service

The recent cyberattack ‘Sunburst’ that caused damage and darkness

What a nightmare the year 2020 has been for the humanity. At the time when everyone was breathing a sigh of relief with COVID-19 vaccine distribution, there comes another terror but this time in the form of cyberattack. The cyberattack named Sunburst supposedly from Russian state actors that became public earlier this month, has infiltrated … Continue reading The recent cyberattack ‘Sunburst’ that caused damage and darkness

Connecting SDWAN fabric to AWS is now more scalable and secure

I had the opportunity to attend AWS re:Invent this month where my focus was specifically on networking and content delivery track. These 30 minute short sessions from AWS networking experts that ranged from customer case studies to technical best practices. These are similar to breakout sessions at Cisco Live that can augment your existing knowledge … Continue reading Connecting SDWAN fabric to AWS is now more scalable and secure

Cloud Telephony – Technical comparison between Webex Calling and UCM Cloud

How do you determine which cloud is right for your enterprise telephony needs ? What are some key determining factors which can be helpful to choose the right cloud and the architecture? This blog offers key technical perspectives in strategizing your journey to cloud telephony across features, functionality, scalability, security, compliance and API Integrations for … Continue reading Cloud Telephony – Technical comparison between Webex Calling and UCM Cloud

What are my PSTN options with Webex Cloud Calling?

We are seeing a surge of companies looking at migrating their unified communications infrastructure to full cloud or hybrid cloud and shift from capex to opex mode. They don't want to handle complexity anymore and want a cloud provider to deliver those core communication services while they reap the benefits of subscription cost model and … Continue reading What are my PSTN options with Webex Cloud Calling?