How will Enterprise IT companies close deals without lavish steak dinners
More likely about moving enterprise onto AWS.
A review of the vendors for #NFD18
We have a seen a number of people in the influencer recently taking jobs at vendors. Keith Townsend is the latest and I wish him the very best. I'm not saying if you participate in @TechFieldDay you'll find a new job. But the correlation between the number of TFD delegates starting new jobs in the […]
As predicted, Arista starts work on the Campus …..
I’m travelling to Silicon Valley next week for Network Field Day 18 and Google Next the following week. I have extended my stay with a couple of free days . Get in touch if you would like to meet. Hoping to podcast, some video and some fun. Looking for people who listen to Packet Pushers who just want […]
One of my favourite words.
Its all automated
Few people are using containers so why are all the vendors into it ?
I DO NOT CARE. IT JUST HAS TO WORK. NO REALLY. I JUST DONT CARE ABOUT CABLING.
Like we do with Slack today.
Working or Not Working. There is no such as a good network, just a working network.
Qn from the audience, answered.
Done with phone calls.
Money can buy you cool friends and build your platform.
Silicon Valley has rules about shipping faulty, incomplete products for the first version. If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late. – Reid Hoffman Many companies, including Enterprise IT vendors, take this as a way to charge high prices while they finish the product. Executives readily convince […]
Being an introvert at school is about survival until you can escape.
Software Defined Teaching
I think that the time for Network Diagrams is coming to a close. It takes large amounts of time ( and thus money) to produce diagrams. Maintaining diagrams is difficult, costly and something that should be automated. Networks are not static today. Overlays, IPsec Tunnels, VMs, virtual appliances. How can a diagram stay up to […]
Not just big, but huge.