BRKSPG-2602 - IPv4 Exhaustion: NAT and Transition to IPv6 for Service Providers (2012 Cancun)Agotamiento de IPV4: NAT y transición a IPv6 para proveedores de servicio
To continue adding subscribers after IPv4 exhaustion service providers will need to use NAT while also deploying IPv6. This talk discusses some transition mechanisms for service providers including 6rd NAT44 (Carrier Grade NAT) and NAT64.
En la actualidad el consumo y agotamiento del espacio de direcciones IPv4 ha generado gran interés en IPv6, el sucesor del actual protocolo de la Internet, que a través de un espacio de direccionamiento extendido promete resolver la necesidad de crecimiento de la red global. Sin embargo la incorporación de IPv6 deberá ser gradual y planificada, incorporando especial énfasis en la compatibilidad con los actuales servicios basados en el actual protocolo IPv4. Esta sesión está orientada a examinar los diferentes mecanismos y modelos de adopción que están evaluando y comenzando a adoptar diferentes Proveedores de Servicios de Banda Ancha móvil y fija con el fin de migrar desde IPv4 hacia IPv6. Durante esta sesión se cubrirán técnicas tales como Carrier Grade NAT (o LSN, Large Scale NAT) y softwires (tunneling de v4 y v6) que permitirán, por un lado, extender el tiempo de vida del actual protocolo IPv4, como así mismo introducir gradualmente IPv6, que promete convertirse en el protocolo que dominara en el futuro la Internet.
BRKITM-1214 - Connected Transformation Industries: Secure Network from the Corporate Offices, Supply Chain and the Floor Plant (2012 Cancun)Manage costs by improving supply chain efficiency, maximizing asset utilization, and accelerating operational innovation towards increased profitability are driving the change for legacy systems to be connected to plant-wide network infrastructure to enable capture and analysis of real-time data and process optimization. Help your internal customers address challenges of profitability, productivity and regulatory compliance with Cisco technology and solutions that help customers Work Their Way.
We help manufacturers improve machine productivity while reducing maintenance costs in the areas of factory networks, mobility and industrial intelligence by integrating mission critical applications supported by Cisco UCS and Borderless Networks. Also Collaboration technologies are critical to accelerate business decisions, reduce costs and improve connections with stakeholders across the supply chain.
Administrar los costos mediante la mejora de la eficiencia de la cadena, lo que maximiza la utilización de activos, y la aceleración de la innovación operativa hacia una mayor rentabilidad están impulsando el cambio de los sistemas heredados para ser conectados a la infraestructura de red de toda la planta para permitir la captura y análisis de datos en tiempo real y optimización de procesos. Ayude a sus clientes retos de direcciones internas de rentabilidad, productividad y cumplimiento normativo con tecnología de Cisco y soluciones que ayudan a los clientes a trabajar a su manera.
Ayudamos a los fabricantes a mejorar la productividad de la máquina al tiempo que reduce los costes de mantenimiento en las áreas de redes de fábrica, la movilidad y la inteligencia industrial mediante la integración de aplicaciones de misión crítica soportados por Cisco UCS y Borderless Networks. También tecnologías de colaboración son fundamentales para acelerar las decisiones de negocio, reducir costes y mejorar las conexiones con las partes interesadas en la cadena de suministro.
BRKDCT-2951 - Deploying Nexus 7000 in the Data Center (2012 Cancun)This session is targeted to Network Engineers, Network Architects and IT administrators who have deployed or are considering the deployment of the Nexus 7000.
The session begins with a Nexus 7000 hardware overview and primarily focuses on Data Center related features and implementation best practices. The session also covers recent hardware enhancements to Nexus 7000 product line such as the new Nexus 7004 chassis, the new supervisors modules (SUP2/2E) and the new high-performance 10/40/100G linecards (M2 and F2e). The session also discusses some of the Data Center design examples and its best practices section will cover features such as VDC, VPC, Layer-2, Layer-3, Fabric Extenders(FEX), etc.
Attendee should have a basic knowledge of the Nexus 7000 hardware platform and software features as well as good understanding of L2 and L3 protocols.
Implementando Nexus 7K en Centros de Datos
BRKSPV-1919 - Video Transport Architectures (2012 Cancun)Arquitecturas de Transporte de Video
This intermediate level session covers the requirements and challenges of transporting broadcast grade Video over IP networks. These linkages are technologies that enable the IP network to be Video-aware encompassing IP/MPLS Multicast, QoS, Security, High-availability and Admission control mechanisms. Network resiliency/availability mechanisms enabling minimal disruption of Video services are covered in detail. These include Unicast & Multicast Fast convergence, advanced traffic engineering, Multicast-only Fast Reroute (MoFRR), Video Source redundancy among others. Lossless transport is introduced using Live/Live with packet merge capabilities for uncompressed video. An overview of the application-level techniques that minimize packet losses such as Forward Error correction (FEC) and dynamic packet error repair using Cisco Visual Quality of Experience (VQE) are also covered. New developments in the Video monitoring space such as In-line monitoring are briefly covered as well as network management tools. It is expected that the attendee is familiar with IP/MPLS, Multicast and QoS concepts.
Esta sesion de nivel intermedio cubre los diferentes retos y requisitos de transportar video de alta calidad en redes IP. La relacion entre diferentes tecnologias que permiten a la red IP saber de la existencia de trafico de video, cubriendo IP/MPLS Multicast, QoS, Seguridad, Alta disponibilidad y mecanismos de control de admision. Mecanismos de disponibilidad de red para ofrecer servicios con disrupcion minima son cubiertos a detalle, algunos son: Unicast & Multicast Fast convergence, advanced traffic engineering, Multicast-only Fast Reroute (MoFRR), Video Source redundancy. El concepto de transporte sin perdidas es introducido utilizando la capacidad de Live/Live en video no comprimido. Tambien cubriremos tecnicas a nivel aplicacion para minimizar perdida de paquetes, como son Forward Error correction (FEC) y dynamic packet error repair utilizando Cisco Visual Quality of Experience (VQE) . Nuevos desarrollos en monitoreo de video, como monitoreo en linea son brevemente cubiertos junto con herramientas de gestion. El participante debe tener experiencia basica en conceptos de MPLS/IP, Multicas y QoS
ITMGEN-2340 - Keys to the Kingdom: Enabling Pervasive Security (2013 London)Security coming more into focus given the dynamics of today’s workforce with BYOD, business models and value chains extending beyond borders. Are you prepared to deal with these changes and enable your business?. Hear from a leading Security expert as he outlines Cisco’s approach to security challenges facing all businesses today.
BRKSEC-2205 - Security and Virtualisation in the Data Centre (2013 Melbourne)The evolving complexity of the Data Centre is placing increased demand on the network and security teams to come up with inventive methods for enforcing security policies in these ever-changing environments. The goal of this session is to provide participants with an understanding of features and design recommendations for integrating security into the Data Centre environment. This session will focus on recommendations for securing next-generation Data Centre architectures. Areas of focus include security services integration, leveraging device virtualisation, and considerations and recommendations for server virtualisation. Design and implementation highlights for a typical Enterprise Data Centre scenario will be presented as a case study.
BRKNMS-2696 - TR-069 based home gateway management using Prime Home (2013 London)The number of Internet enabled devices in the home continues to grow, creating demand for better support and seamless inter-connectivity for the consumer. Service Providers are now realizing that to meet this demand they need better visibility into the connected home. The Cisco Prime Home solution answers this call with consumer applications and a support experience that easily integrates with existing Internet Service Provider (ISP) environments. The result is significantly lower support costs, and higher recurring revenues in a cloud based applications mode. To manage home gateways various technologies are available once the underlying IP connectivity has been set up. TR-096 standardizes the exchanges between a device provisioning server (ACS) and the home gateway. This service-provider oriented session shows what is possible from a technology point of view and reveals some of the business opportunities that are enabled by the technology. The session is of intermediate complexity but does need understanding of provisioning and configuration paradigms encountered in residential user equipment management.
ITMGEN-1313 - Preparing for IPv6 in the Enterprise (2013 Melbourne)IPv6 presents one of the key technological transitions of our lifetime. It is fundamental to the future growth, security and stability of the Internet. Join Stephan in this topic to discover the crucial variables that will help you prepare the best plan, architecture and deployment strategy for IPv6 within your Enterprise.
ITMGEN-1310 - Crafting a Mobility Strategy (2013 Melbourne)Mobility is one of the key trends reshaping IT. While “IT Consumerisation”, “BYOD”, “Cloud Computing" and “VDI” are all major topics in their own right, when viewed together as part of a Mobility Strategy, their relevance and value to the business is compelling. We will explore these topics from a business perspective, while also considering how continued advances in technology will drive new services and capabilities. Wireless technologies continue to develop with 4G/LTE and 802.11ac, while the Wi-Fi Alliance’s PassPoint works to bridge the two. The additional bandwidth is already driving significant growth in business video anytime, anywhere and on any device, but what are the implications that creates for IT? What do these different networks and devices mean for our applications? And where and how does security fit in to all this? In this session we will consider the desires of the users, the requirements of the business, and the realities of the technology with the ultimate goal of helping you to craft a Mobility Strategy specific to your environment.
BRKSPG-3684 - Mobile Transport Evolution with Unified MPLS (2013 London)Mobile Service Providers are seeing unprecedented challenges in relation to their Transport architectures with the 3GPP evolution towards IP based NodeBs, LTE (Long Term Evolution) and LTE-Advanced. This presentation will initially discuss the network migration trends and factors that are changing how mobile networks are evolving. A description is provided on Unified MPLS and the current issues that need to be fixed and how this architecture addresses this. A more detailed analysis will then examine the options available for transporting GSM/2G, UMTS/3G traffic and IP/Ethernet Node B deployments and some of factors that need consideration like scalability, resiliency and security. Finally, there is a detailed description of the LTE/LTE-A evolution and the feature requirements made on the transport network. There will be detailed analysis of different LTE models and also some technical enhancements and proposals considered for the implementation of LTE in a Unified MPLS environment.
BRKUCC-3661 - Troubleshooting Jabber Desktop Clients (2013 Melbourne)This session will arm you with the tips, techniques and tools available to you to troubleshoot the potential issues you may experience when deploying and administering the Jabber for Windows desktop clients. It will also highlight some of the more common issues encountered. A general knowledge of Cisco UC and the Jabber clients would be of benefit in attending this session.
BRKUCC-2666 - Federating Unified Communications (2013 Melbourne)Over the last few years, Unified Communications has been embraced by many organisations worldwide to foster better collaboration between colleagues. Now, the focus from organisations that have successfully deployed Unified Communications internally is shifting towards bringing that collaboration capability to people outside of the organisation. This breakout session will examine how an organisation can federate their Unified Communications capability to other organisations in a B2B (business-to-business) manner. We'll also look at ways to bring about collaboration capability to consumers in a B2C (business-to-consumers) fashion. By federating Unified Communications, we empower people to come together and collaborate seamlessly using Instant Message/Presence, as well as escalating to Voice, Video or Web conferences. Attendees should have a basic working knowledge of Cisco Collaboration portfolio, including CUCM, IM/Presence service, and TelePresence/video.
GENSK-4356 - Solutions Keynote: The Future of the Enterprise Network in the Post-PC Era (2012 San Diego)By the year 2020 it is estimated that 56 billion devices will be connected to the Internet. Your organization will serve an increasing variety of cloud-based applications to users tethered to the network using a broad range of mobile devices. In addition to your employees, every touch point with a customer, partner or the infrastructure that runs your business will be enabled by the network. Industrial, transportation, process control, manufacturing and other industries will have migrated to the Internet of Things. What is Cisco doing to help you deal with the implications of these trends on your network?
Join Rob Soderbery, SVP for Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Group, for a discussion about how Cisco is driving innovation across its core portfolio of Catalyst switching, access routing and wireless networking technologies that will help you navigate these transitions. Soderbery will demonstrate how Cisco solutions come together so you can deliver a secure and uncompromised user experience to your customers, partners and employees.
GENSK-1106 - Technology Trend Keynote: Exceptional Collaboration Experiences in the Age of the Connected User (2014 San Francisco)Today’s connected user assumes that they can work anytime from anywhere. Whether they are on-the-go, at a home office, or in a conference room, people, now more than ever, collaborate in real-time. Flawless experiences are also expected, which means seamless, secure and easy-to-use technology solutions must be in place. Join Rowan Trollope and Hans Hwang as they introduce new Cisco solutions, and discuss why creating exceptional collaboration experiences are the lynch pin in driving measurable business outcomes. Not just in today’s marketplace, but for many years to come as the workforce continues to shape-shift with new generations.
GENKEY-2300 - Cisco Live Technology Business Vision (2014 San Francisco)Join Cisco’s technology and business leadership for a deeper dive into what is happening both at Cisco and with our customers as the Internet of Everything becomes a reality. Find out what Cisco is doing today, what we’re planning in the future, and what others are doing to tap into the power of the Internet of Everything.
PSOCRS-2444 - Cisco campus access switching architectures (2014 Milan)
In less than one year, architectural options have been made available to customers for campus switching designs. While traditional access, requiring individual management of devices, stacks or clusters keeps offering a flexible and highly robust and manageable solution for any deployment, other solutions have been designed to meet operation simplicity and mobility requirements.
The first alternative to traditional access is to shift to a cloud managed access network with Cisco Meraki devices. With these Cisco Meraki switches and access points one can simply plug them in any network and manage them throuhg a web portal available on the Internet. Another path to simplicty is to opt for Instant Access solution introduced on catalyst 6500/6800, in which the access switches (or stacks of switches) are seen as line cards of the distribution devices and do not need to be managed anymore as separate pieces of equipment. The third option is Converged Access, driven this time by the drastic increase of mobility and the 802.11ac new standard offering now Gigabit wireless access. Converged access architecture consists in distributing the wifi traffic processing (ie. CAPWAP termination) directly on access switches. This session will introduce the 4 aforementionned campus switching architectures: Cloud managed, Traditional Access, Instant Access and Converged Access with impacts on the choice of switching platforms. Positionning will be presented through concrete examples and case studies, and combination options of these solutions will also be discussed during the session.
This session will offer another way to consider Cisco switching portfolio in addition to the usual platforms design, scale, performance and supported features.
BRKSPV-1261 - Designing an Online Video Service (2014 Milan)Streaming Video has been around for many years but with the advent of tablets & high speed broadband it has come into its own. This workshop will focus on the new wave of video delivery technologies used in “Over-the-Top” environments & explore the best practice designs used when building such a streaming video service. The session will start by looking at what we are setting out to achieve, and methodically set out the system architecture and each of the various elements that will contribute to the solution, and conclude with a typical example use case.
BRKSPG-3864 - Advanced - Cloud and NFV Services delivery with Cisco Virtual Packet Edge (2014 Milan)Service provider cloud based offerings gain more popularity with an ever increasing set of possible applications. The recent trend to Network Function Virtualization enriches the possible services portfolio to be delivered out of a Service provider datacenter . A scalable and automated way of delivering such cloud services is paramount for service providers who want to be successful in such a service environment. This session will focus on Cisco's new datacenter overlay solution (Virtual Packet Edge) and explain how Service Provider NFV and Virtual Private Cloud services can be easily and effortlessly managed by means of the VPE solution. It will detail the solution's control and data plane components and the service orchestration steps. We will dive into its use of SDN and RESTful APIs, and how virtualized services are spawned, managed throughout their lifecycle and automatically integrated with pre-existing network based VPN offerings (MPLS VPN).
BSAARC-1011 - Borderless Networks (2013 Orlando)This session reviews the Borderless Network Architecture in depth. With the explosion of devices, video, cloud, BYOD, and other market trends, the capabilities that Borderless Networks provides brings tremendous value to the enterprise. This session will review the main architecture pillars and the requisite services provided by the Borderless Network: Cloud Intelligent Network SecureX Unified Access Connected Industries
BRKPCS-2028 - Unified, Flexible and Affordable Network Management (2013 Orlando)Network management technology should be designed to make managing IT environments and delivering services to users less complicated – without sacrificing adaptability or draining budgets. In this session, a solutions expert from Ipswitch (WhatsUp Gold) will share proven best practices to help you simplify IT operations by unifying network management, log management, and application performance monitoring with a solution that makes both your tasks and your network easier to manage. Our experts will dig deep into systems, networks, services, applications – and those who rely upon them to do their jobs – to uncover common challenges and considerations when addressing a comprehensive approach to IT management. In tandem, you’ll hear from a peer (aka, one of our customers) who will share real-world experiences and tangible results that will help you further identify how our solutions can provide tangible benefits to your network environment.
PNLRST-4006 - Get More from Your Network with an Intelligent WAN (2014 Milan)Today’s WAN environments face growing pressure with the adoption of cloud, mobility and rich media applications. Yet, three out of four organizations report no growth in WAN budget. Many organizations are expected to deploy new services like BYOD, guest access, software-as-a-service, and need to determine how to meet the demands of the business without additional resources.
In this session, you will learn how to improve WAN performance, reliability and security while lowering costs and simplifying operations. You’ll hear real-world examples how others like you are leveraging the services of Cisco IWAN to deploy consistent security across a hybrid WAN, increasing their WAN utilization with up to five-nines reliability, and improving user experience with business continuity.
Join our expert panel of customers from Qualcomm, Genworth and SFR, and learn how Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN) can help you more efficiently utilize your WAN to meet your business requirements, quickly pay for an infrastructure upgrade and free up IT resources for strategic projects.
PSOCRS-2020 - Converged Access: Wired & Wireless innovations (2014 Milan)When I started my career you would either be a LAN or a WAN guy. If you knew switching, you didn't know routing. And the other way around.
Nowadays a guy like that would be very hard to find. You just can't know the one without the other!
Currently we're at the same point with wired and wireless. You can't see LAN without WLAN and you can't see a wireless network without switching.
This session will update you on the latest and greatest in network convergence. We will tell you everything you need to know on Unified Access. On One Policy, One Management and One Network. We will show you the ins and outs of the 3650's and 3850's and we will make sure you will walk out of the session with 10 things you didn't know about Unified Access and Converged Access.
COCEVT-3466 - Inside Cisco IT: Making Video the new Voice - a Cisco IT Cookbook (2014 Milan)In the next 5 years most enterprises are going to expect video capabilities to be broadly available to their employees as a standard collaboration capability. If you haven't started yet; It is time to get your infrastructure video ready! Join the Service Manager and lead Design Engineer for Cisco IT UC & Video Platforms to learn how Cisco IT has served up pervasive video to its multinational enterprise and is enabling video to be the default real-time communication tool. In this session you will learn about Cisco IT's video service journey; discover some of the key ingredients and overview some of technical recipes that have been used by Cisco IT to deliver its menu of video services.
BRKSPG-2016 - Architectures for new services over Cable (2014 Milan)The session describes the key aspects of CCAP (Converged Cable Access Platform ) and will describe how Cable operators will migrate multiple silos of technology to a converged architecture whilst maintaining backward compatibility with current DOCSIS and Video deployments. The session will also describe the emerging standard for “Advance MAC /PHY” (AMP) in DOCSIS 3.1 and how this plays a pivotal technical development role in the future of an MSO’s architecture. A focus on some of the service-driven architectures enabled by DOCSIS will also be covered in this session.
BRKGS-2526 - Driving UC Adoption across all platforms, mobile, desktop and meeting room. (2014 Milan) Despite data suggesting increased investment and deployment, the past decade has seen much lower true adoption of Unified Communications (UC) than expected. This is in part due to end-user barriers, including difficulty installing and using devices, as well as a lack of true understanding of the benefits of UC. This partner session will tackle these challenges and help businesses move to higher adoption rates and more productive use of the Cisco Collobration tools in which they have already invested. This presentation will include both hardware and software elements, as well as best practices for driving adoption at the end user level.
Please note that the session length is 20 minutes.
BRKDCT-2255 - Cisco's Cloud Ready Infastructure - VMDC (2014 Milan)Cisco Virtualized Multi-tenant Data Center solution (VMDC) is an architectural approach to IT which delivers a Cloud Ready Infrastructure. The architecture encompasses multiple systems and functions defining a standard framework for an IT organization. Standardization allows the organization to achieve operational efficiencies, reduce risk and achieve cost reductions while offering a consistent platform for business. This session will address the physical and logical construction of Cisco's VMDC system which provides a validated approach to both enterprise and service provider cloud deployments. Particular attention will be paid to the controlled consumption of cloud resources and isolation of workloads on a shared infrastructure consisting of the Cisco Nexus 7000, 5000 and UCS platforms. In addition, enhanced security providing isolation, visibility, access controls and policy enforcement using Cisco's ASA technologies, Virtual Security Gateway, and Prime NAM will be detailed.
BRKSEC-3770 - Advanced Email Security with ESA (2013 Orlando)This technical session will tackle several advanced topics of e-mail security with a focus on Cisco's solution. We shall begin by describing the level of IPv6 support in newer versions of AsyncOS, and what changes this brings to traditional e-mail processing. Second part of the session will talk about recent trends of migrating towards the Cloud or Hybrid Cloud e-mail security solution, and what are the challenges and migration consideration. This will be followed by a section on Message Filters, a powerful mechanism of mail flow filtering which was deliberately neglected out of caution. Several Anti-phishing techniques will be laid out in the remainder of the session, outlining Cisco's Outbreak Filters, and providing insight into DKIM and SPF deployment considerations. Prerequisites for this session are acquaintance with SMTP and e-mail security technologies; experience with Cisco E-mail Security products is desirable. The target audience are security and email administrators of the enterprise email gateway. The audience will also benefit from following the session BRKSEC-3771 ';Advanced Web Security Deployment with WSA'; and BRKSEC-2695 ';Embrace Cloud Web Security with your Cisco Network';
BRKPCS-2015 - Cloud Case Study: How Verizon's Cisco Powered services enable Warner Brothers in the cloud (2013 Orlando)Many businesses and organizations evaluating cloud technology are concerned about how they can migrate from existing premise-based infrastructure to hybrid architectures comprised of premise-, managed-, and cloud-based services. This session will describe how one of Verizon�s customers has successfully completed the transition to cloud and how they implemented a solution that aligns with their business needs and scale. You will learn best practices for evaluating various cloud services, including how to verify that services will provide the performance and reliability you have come to expect from your own enterprise network, how to accelerate return on investment, and how to be able to leverage ongoing innovation in cloud technology without having to make further capital investment or disrupt day-to-day operations.
PSOCOL-1001 - Cisco Collaboration Applications (2013 Orlando)Collaboration Applications help improve productivity with presence, IM, voice, video, conferencing and social software capabilities and they provide a more flexible collaboration environment by making these capabilities available on tablets, smartphones and laptops. Cisco Collaboration Applications consist of WebEx Meetings, for web conferencing, that lets you see, hear, and share content and applications in real-time with others; Jabber, a unified communications application, that helps you find people, see if and how they are available, and instantly collaborate with chat, voice and video; WebEx Social, for social collaboration, that lets you create and securely share content, find experts and resources and more Attendees will learn how: the applications help improve productivity and transform business processes; users can to access these applications from anywhere on their device of choice; the solutions are designed to meet the needs of enterprise IT organizations
BRKARC-2007 - IOS Strategy and Evolution (2013 Orlando)Cisco IOS is the foundational software that is pervasive across the majority of our products. Today, with the melding of various market requirements, we have evolved our software to address these transformative needs with IOS XE, NXOS and IOS XR. The goal of this session is to explain Cisco's overall OS strategy and the shift in networking software development to drive greater consistency, flexibility, and time to market via modularity, componentization and use of an abstraction layer. Our OS infrastructure evolution includes support for a broader set of services providing a lower cost of ownership. We will also discuss the new Release 15 strategy, including the relationship between IOS and IOS XE, explaining how it allows for (delivery of new features and) feature parity across IOS, IOS XE, NXOS, and IOS XR in the future.
BRKDCT-2304 - Design of Robust Business Continuity Solutions to satisfy Regulatory Guidelines (2013 Orlando)Uncertainty comes in many flavors (e.g. super storm Sandy) and robust business continuity (BC) design is a fundamental requirement to meet regulatory guidelines. This session covers BC design criteria to meet SLAs for different tiers of applications. Feasibility of geographically dispersed datacenters including potential Cloud solutions for meeting application RPO/RTOs will be discussed. Topics include: Network technologies such as OTV, FabricPath, VxLAN, LISP, and NX-OS resiliency; Storage considerations around latency sensitive SAN extension and VSANs, Port Channels, and ISL resiliency. Relevant features of Cisco UCS compute and multi-tenancy design practices are discussed for building pools and failover policies with Service profiles. Additionally, this session covers how virtual services such as vNAM, vWAAS, vASA and VSG should be deployed for BC. Attendees will gain end-to-end knowledge to allow recovery and resumption of their applications and business goals.
BRKCOM-2009 - Deploying Applications in Today's Compute, Storage and Network Infrastructure (2013 Orlando)This session prepares networking engineers for the fundamentals of deploying applications in today�s virtualized server infrastructure. The objectives for this session are to share Cisco Services best practices and tips and tricks implementing Cisco technology such as the Unified Computing System (UCS) and Nexus 1000v with any virtualization stack. During this session we will examine multiple server virtualization use cases and deployments that I have recently architected and implemented. Use cases consist of a multi-tenant private cloud, SAP Hana, Oracle Enterprise Linux �OEL� with Oracle RAC, and a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure �VDI� scaled for thousands of users. This session will show how to utilize a pod concept using Cisco methodologies such as Domain Ten to replicate and scale any server virtualization project that will support today�s enterprise applications. Additional in-depth technical topics covered during this session look at maximizing performance, capacity planning, and Cisco UCS concepts such as template updating, booting bare-metal or hypervisors, and requirements gathering for LAN and SAN virtual interfaces.
BRKEVT-2810 - Deploying Jabber Video for Telepresence(Movi) (2013 Orlando)Jabber Video for Telepresence (Movi) is one client from the Jabber family that provides a desktop class video experience. This session will focus on planning and design specific to this client. Key points for a successful implementation will be considered:
- Software prerequisites for TMS, VCS, and host client OS
- Example VCS dial plan considerations
- Client computer software deployment, client configuration and phone book/directory provisioning
- Characteristics of the client bandwidth usage
- Call control Scalability and redundancy considerations for Jabber Video for Telepresence deployments
- Authentication methods/strategies for clients
- Considerations for clients outside the corporate network ( VCS expressways)
BRKSPV-1126 - Deploying IP Video over DOCSIS (2013 Orlando)This session will offer attendees an overview of the features and capabilities that the Cisco CMTS has for delivery of IP video over DOCSIS. Attendees will learn how the DOCSIS network can be optimally used for such services. The tools and technologies that will be covered include: - DOCSIS 3.0 multicast - RF spanning - QoS and admission control - Dynamic bandwidth sharing - Adaptive Bit Rate video - Variable Bit Rate video This session will also cover interaction of these features and how they can be combined together to achieve different goals such as spectrum optimization, cost optimization, service separation, and efficient cable modem migration.
BRKSEC-3007 - Advanced Cisco IOS Security Features (2013 Orlando)This session mainly covers design and deployment for the Zone-based Policy Firewall (from the foundations to advanced policy construction) and Identity-based features ( Downloadable ACLs, User-based Zone Firewall and the brand new SGT Firewall). Throughout the session, typical troubleshooting tools are largely employed to provide insight about feature operations and interactions, thus establishing the linkages between theory and practice. The session also discusses IOS advanced filtering resources such as specialized ACLs and Flexible Packet Matching and brings information about IPv6 Security features already available on IOS. This Session is targeted at network security specialists who want to learn about important security features in the Cisco IOS Router platform and Network engineers who need a better understanding of the Firewall and Identity functionalities available on IOS Routers. It is important to emphasize that this breakout does not cover VPN, L2 Security, IOS IPS or even IOS hardening techniques. This breakout is a natural follow-on to BRKSEC-2017.
BRKSEC-2900 - Cloud Managed Security with Meraki MX (2013 Orlando)Meraki's cloud managed networking portfolio includes out-of-the-box capabilities to help administrators secure their network environments. This session will provide an introduction to the Meraki architecture and a deep-dive into the Meraki MX security appliance product line. Presenter will feature a live demo of key features such as Auto VPN, client fingerprinting, identity-based policies, intrusion detection, and more.
BRKSPG-2204 - Building Carrier Ethernet Services Using Cisco Ethernet Virtual Circuit Framework (2013 Orlando)This session provides an overview of Cisco Ethernet Virtual Circuit (EVC) framework. A Cisco innovation that provides consistency, service awareness, flexibility and increased scalability for Carrier Ethernet and Layer 2 Virtual Private Network (VPN) deployments. Fundamentals of Cisco EVC operation and configuration are covered in detail. The session also illustrates how the framework aligns with the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) service attributes and definitions. Finally, Data Center Interconnect (DCI) and business services deployment use cases are covered. Target audience for the session are Service Providers who plan to build or currently operate a Carrier Ethernet network servicing residential and business customers, and Enterprises considering data center interconnection using Carrier Ethernet services.
BSACOL-1005 - Mapping Business Communication Methods & Workflows into an Innovative Architecture (2013 Orlando)This session will provide a proven business alignment technique with a strong focus on innovation. This mapping process links common requirements, communication methods, devices and workplaces to the latest trending collaboration capabilities. It also maps critical business policies and conditions to the required feature sets in the collaboration architecture. 10 of the most trending innovative UC & Collaboration use cases will also be revealed. At the end of the session the attendee should be equipped with a proven technique to align their strategic collaboration needs into an innovative architecture by opening up to newer and more effective ways of communicating.
BRKCCT-2052 - UCCE Deployments on Cisco UCS Platforms Best Practices (2013 Orlando)Deployment of UCCE on UCS platforms can be a complex endeavor without proper knowledge, information and methodologies. During this Cisco Live 2013 presentation, best practice design and deployment considerations will be examined to facilitate successful implementations of Cisco Contact Center Enterprise (UCCE) on Cisco UCS Server Virtualized Platforms. Using these best practice processes to realize reductions in both the time and level of effort involved for these deployments will be discussed as well.
This session will provide the attendee information as to the distinct advantages of utilizing Cisco best practice guidelines to enable the deployment of UCCE on UCS consistently and with less opportunity for error.
Participants will learn how the UCCE deployment procedures have changed from those of a traditional hardware model and will be provided insights into how the deployment model can be replicated for repeated use over multiple deployment scenarios.
Session attendees will also receive the latest information regarding Cisco Contact Center Enterprise running on virtualization platforms including recent updates, what's just around the corner, as well as some common design pitfalls and poor practices associated with virtual machine population and upstream network connectivity.
PSOSPG-1330 - IPv6: Where Do We Go From Here? (2013 Orlando)June 2012 officially brought us the new IPv6 Internet with the World IPv6 Launch led by the Internet Society. Less than six months later IPv6 traffic broke the 1% threshold for the first time, showing that it's moved from experiment to mainstream.
current trend show strong growth of IPv6 content and IPv6 users in certain part of the world.
In this session we'll review some of the key milestones of the IPv6 transition but more importantly review the key areas that must be addressed in the industry to continue to drive the growth of IPv6 on the Internet for enterprises, fixed and mobile users. The Business decision that will lead to broader IPv6 adoption need to be backed-up by data: We will review metrics about IPv6 adoption globally, that should enable better business decisions in adopting IPv6.
We'll also look at the new business opportunities enabled by IPv6 in the Internet of Everything.
BRKSPM-2005 - LTE Policy and Charging Control Architecture (2013 Orlando)Today's mobile internet is being driven by rapid change across the ecosystem. The challenges that mobile operators face are far more complex than just increasing data traffic. A growing number of connected devices and a growing variety of these devices ("phablets," smart meters, autos, sensors, etc.) are running more and more apps for our productivity and entertainment. Even as LTE promises to bring down the cost per bit through improved efficiencies, an always-on architecture means more concurrent sessions per subscriber on the network, with each new LTE subscriber increasing the number of transactions exponentially. Traditionally, the policy and charging rules function (PCRF) of the network is where operators mounted their defensive approach to network management -- ensuring fair usage, capping and throttling users and/or traffic types. This is what's commonly referred to as Policy 1.0. As more and more operators look to differentiate their service plans, policy control has become a strategic point of network control, not just for cutting costs, but as a way to monetize the traffic. This next level, Policy 2.0, focuses on the subscriber, the application, and how the service provider can deliver a more relevant online experience. If 3G was coverage focused; LTE is capacity focused -- ideally suited to deliver high-bandwidth, latency-intolerant, multi-media services. A scalable policy control solution must harness the capabilities of an LTE architecture to differentiate these services and create new business models based on the dynamic control of QoS at an application and flow level.
BRKDCT-2367 - OpenStack Deployment in the Enterprise / OpenStack - Implementaciòn en las empresas (2013 Cancun)OpenStack is an open source cloud operating system. More and more SP and Enterprise customers are looking for a top-to-bottom cloud stack that is rapidly deployable, open source based and does not break the bank and this is where OpenStack shines. This session will address common questions such as: What is OpenStack? Why should I use OpenStack in the Enterprise? How do I deploy OpenStack? The bulk of the session will focus on deploying OpenStack based on the Cisco OpenStack Edition starting from bare-metal provisioning all the way through the deployment of the controller and compute nodes as well as storage, and networking. A case study will be used to expand on topics such as multi-tenancy, quantum networking and application deployment. The use of open source and commercial tools such as Puppet will also be discussed. This session is very technical with a lot of configuration details.
CEWN-001 - Cisco Empowered Women's Network (2013 Cancun)TOMORROW starts here
Please join us at the Cisco Empowered Women’s Network (Cisco EWN). This network is a global community of highly motivated professional women who connect at Cisco Live! and throughout the year to exchange thought leadership and grow their careers. It was launched at Cisco Live Orlando. An inclusive tomorrow starts here — and it starts with connecting you to successful and motivated women. Attend this exciting event and prepare to:
Get energized with our executive panel of Cisco and customer/partner leaders
Get inspired by “real and raw” role models
Únase a nosotros en la red de Cisco Empowered Women's Network (Cisco EWN). Esta red es una comunidad de mujeres profesionales altamente motivadas que se conectan en Cisco Live! y durante todo el año para el intercambio de liderazgo de pensamiento y hacer crecer su carrera. Se inició en junio en Cisco Live Orlando. Un mañana inclusive comienza aquí - y empieza conectando a mujeres exitosas y motivadas. Asista a este emocionante evento y prepárese para:
Energizarse con nuestro panel de ejecutivas de Cisco
Inspirarse con modelos reales a seguir
BRKSPS-2602 - EMC and Cisco: Transform Your Data Center With EMC VSPEX and Cisco Technology (2014 Milan)Deployment of private cloud can be a complex task – with VSPEX Proven Infrastructure it doesn’t have to be. This session will take an in-depth look at how VSPEX simplifies and accelerates private cloud deployment to support your most robust application SLAs. Understand the EMC and Cisco technology behind VSPEX, and learn about its benefits in real world terms – through actual an customer case study. Come to this session to learn what VSPEX can do for your business and what it has already done for others just like you.
BRKEWN-2014 - Cisco Meraki Cloud-Managed Wireless Solution (2014 Milan)Cisco Meraki's cloud-managed wireless solution provides administrators with the tools to implement scalable wireless networks enabling new business applications such as post-PC devices, mobile POS, and BYOD. This session will provide an intermediate level of information about the Cisco Meraki unique Cloud architecture, and a deep-dive into the wireless product line, including the latest 802.11ac offering. The presenter will provide live demonstrations and deployment strategies for key features platform, including client fingerprinting, layer 7 traffic shaping, location services, integrated MDM, and more.
BRKRST-2370 - IP Mobility Technologies (2014 Milan)Mobility is a very important current BUZZ topic in the industry. However, it is also a topic which means many different things depending on who speaks about it. This session will demystify what Mobility means and how network architectures and internet protocols deliver the ';mobility'; experience. An overview of Mobility use cases will be given and demonstrated to generate the participants feedback in the marketing exercise which consists of determining if such and such use case is a valid one the industry should be concerned of. This initial discussion will abstract the network architectures and focus on the user experience. The discussion will then refocus on current network architectures which deliver Mobility as it is mostly understood by many, hence Mobile Cellular and Enterprise WLAN architectures, highlighting protocols such as GTP, MIP/PMIP, and CAPWAP.
ITMGEN-3200 - Influencing the Business Equals Increased IT Value (2013 Orlando)IT has an increasingly critical role in driving technology innovation to deliver business value and results. How can IT become an influencer and drive the discussion and decisions made by the business? Cisco leaders will share insights into how to influence business counterparts and discuss multiplying the value you can bring through a new type of relationship.