I started to think about what happened in 2014 and decide which events changed networking.
Then I realised that I simply don’t care. Whatever happened last year is done and dusted. Its been purchased or cancelled. The project has been installed and the budget closed down. The operations teams is living their nightmare of keeping it working.
The only thing I can think about is the next project, the next strategy and the next transition.
Who cares what the vendor offered last year, or how bad their sales grunts are and what foolishness was perpetrated by the IEEE and IETF.
Its a new start and they can all do something better this year.
Other Posts in A Series On The Same Topic
- Poster: How To Make a Single Pane of Glass (22nd January 2015)
- My Review of 2014. Who Cares ? (31st December 2014)
- Poster: Life Dashboard (10th October 2014)
- Poster: Network Visibility Dual State Diagram (14th May 2014)
- Poster: Only Two Problems With IP Routing (5th May 2014)
- Poster: Network Safety Starts With You (21st April 2014)
- Poster: Manager, Engineer, Architect, ITIL Consultant (12th March 2013)
- Poster: Keep Calm, Do Networks Everywhere (21st November 2012)
- Poster: Cloud Price Negotiations (6th April 2012)
- Poster: Cloud Kittens (21st February 2012)
- Poster: The Eight Levels of Vendor Acceptance (30th September 2011)
- Poster - Cisco VPN Client Licensing (13th August 2011)
- Poster: Servers, Tablets. Just Desktops and Printers to Go. (21st January 2011)
- Cisco and their Security Strategy (3rd July 2010)
- Poster - Reassuringly Expensive (3rd July 2010)
- Cisco Borderless Networks Motivational Marketing Poster (24th March 2010)