Date & Time: Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 9:00 am PT
Sandeep Agrawal is Sr. Product Line Manager for security analytics at Cisco, responsible for multi-product integrations. Over the last twenty years Sandeep commercialized new applications and network technologies at Cisco, Sun Microsystems and Hewlett-Packard. Sandeep is helping to build the next generation of defense for cloud, mobile and SDN networks.
Brian Ford is a Technical Marketing Engineer in Advanced Threat Technical Marketing; part of the Security Business Group (SBG) of Cisco Systems. In this role, he works with product management, engineering, and technical sales staff and executives from both Cisco and customer organizations to create synergistic analytics solutions to address network and Internet security problems.
This webinar will cover the recent changes to encryption standards, threats and new capabilities in Cisco Encrypted Threat Analytics:
a. The impact of TLS 1.3 on security
b. Fault proof auditing of TLS vulnerabilities
c. Detecting threats in the cloud and from the cloud
d. Ensuring complete network coverage
Date & Time: Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 9:00 am PT
Mario Ruiz is a Technical Solutions Architect in Cisco’s Northeast engineering team for Data Center, SDN and Cloud Group. For the past 13 years, Mario has been involved with complex routing, switching, and data center architectures at Cisco. His expertise is in designing, developing and implementing solutions covering Cloud, Virtualization, Unified Fabric, Security, UCS, and ACI. He has been a lead engineer in delivering Data Center solutions to Cisco’s Financial and Healthcare customers. Mario holds a BSc in Telecommunications Engineering from St. John’s university, and holds CCIE #27189.
This session will discuss best practices for design and deployment of Tetration coupled with ACI.
We will focus on the following:
1. Leverage Network Telemetry and contextual information for application dependency mapping to help customers migrate from a black list model to a true zero trust/whitelist model.
2. Help you understand how to migrate from a network-centric to an application-centric ACI deployment.
3. Highlight how to use ACI for coarse grain policy and Tetration enforcement for fine grain policy enforced within the individual server hosts.
4. Highlight how to provide a single source of truth for policy discovery, enforcement and audit/compliance.
5. Leverage Tetration NPMD capabilties with ACI FX based fabrics for granular network performance troubleshooting correlated to flow data.
Look for this upcoming webinar happening in February! Registration and other details coming soon.
Date & Time: Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 9:00 am PT
Speaker: Mazen Al Jundi
Description: Coming Soon
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Date & Time: Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 9:00 am PT
Jeff McLaughlin is a Principal TME for enterprise switching and wireless at Cisco, and manages a team of technical marketing engineers who work on SD-Access and programmability. Prior to working at Cisco, Jeff was the network architect for corporate IT at Juniper Networks. He also worked in both pre- and post-sales roles at a Cisco VAR and as a routing protocols engineer at Cisco High Touch Technical Support. Jeff holds CCIE #14023 in Routing/Switching and Security, and JNCIE Service Provider #2332, and has received multiple Cisco Live Distinguished Speaker awards. Outside of network engineering, Jeff has a passion for ancient languages and has studied and taught Ancient Greek and Latin. Jeff maintains a blog at http://www.subnetzero.info.
This session starts with a demonstration of a Python script that uses NETCONF and REST APIs. Then, we break down how that script was written, beginning with key tools like PIP, virtual environments, and GIT. Then you will explore why we need data models–and how to find the YANG model you need. You will learn IOS XE’s programmable interfaces, such as NETCONF/RESTCONF and which is best for your needs. Finally, the session will show on-box Python and how to integrate it with Embedded Event Manager.
Date & Time: Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 9:00 am PT
Cristian is a Technical Solution Architect in the Digital Acceleration Team in Italy. He joined Cisco in 2006 as an SE in the SP Challengers team, following from 2006 to 2016, IP Core/Edge and mobile backhauling projects for several Italian service providers. In 2016 Cristian joined the “Digitaliani” project, focusing on Innovation and Industry 4.0.
The main goal of the webinar is sharing some experiences gained on the field with the IOx technology. After a brief introduction of the IOx technology, the webinar will focus on practical aspects like VM design and preparation, application networking design, troubleshooting tools.