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BRKUCC-2785 - Integrating Cisco Unified Presence including Intra-Domain Federations (2012 Melbourne) Enterprises are looking towards eXtensible Messaging Presence Protocol (XMPP) for presence, instant messaging, and application integration to enhance the collaboration and productivity of employees. They desire to understand how presence and instant messaging are utilised in an integrated unified communications deployment, and how best to integrate with standard open application interfaces via inter-domain and intra-domain federations. This session will focus on Cisco Unified Presence 8.x, with its incorporation of the Jabber eXtensible Communications Platform. The new feature functionality introduced allows for integration through a number of different interfaces, and the design impacts and deployment considerations will be explored. The session will also include how the developer community can be enabled to use the standard open application programming interfaces, as well as how to design an enterprise presence and instant messaging solution. This session is intended for network administrators, network architects, network designers, system integrators, application developers. A basic understanding of Unified Communications is a prerequisite.
5.0/5.0
ITMGEN-2621 - Social Networking - Business Tool or Personal Space (2012 Melbourne) Social media is not a fad. It's here to stay and changing everything along the way. Social media is transforming how people communicate and collaborate, and in the process, is giving everyone a voice and the ability to change the world with a single tweet. People now have the power to voice their opinions or to organise millions to rally against causes or injustices. We have much to learn, teach and share with each other. I hope to share with you my stories and knowledge at Cisco Live so that we can truly be social!
BRKUCC-2058 - Understanding Cisco MediaNet and Rich Media Collaboration (2012 Melbourne) Are you stressed out about how to monitor your Cisco TelePresence Video deployment? Collaboration is having an increasing impact to the network, user work style, network applications as well as expectations from the network. Application and network operators are challenged with providing a reliable collaboration service that works every time. However, issues do occur and in this session we will cover strategies for quantifying video conferencing demands, fault identification , isolation as well as expedited resolution. We will cover architectural strategies for both the endpoint and the network as well as the day to day tools that provide much improved visibility into application health and performance to asses measure and accelerate troubleshooting of voice/video/data applications. Standard MIBs and alerting mechanisms as well as new management tools, new monitoring features like IOS and MSI performance monitoring, mediatrace and IPSLA VO will be covered. Live demonstrations of the tools and technology will be used to provide tangible context. Join this session, learn about the latest tools and strategies and get back the enjoyment from your TelePresence deployment! Are you stressed out about how to monitor your Cisco TelePresence Video deployment? Collaboration is having an increasing impact to the network, user work style, network applications as well as expectations from the network. Application and network operators are challenged with providing a reliable collaboration service that works every time. However, issues do occur and in this session we will cover strategies for quantifying video conferencing demands, fault identification , isolation as well as expedited resolution. We will cover architectural strategies for both the endpoint and the network as well as the day to day tools that provide much improved visibility into application health and performance to asses measure and accelerate troubleshooting of voice/video/data applications. Standard MIBs and alerting mechanisms as well as new management tools, new monitoring features like IOS and MSI performance monitoring, mediatrace and IPSLA VO will be covered. Live demonstrations of the tools and technology will be used to provide tangible context. Join this session, learn about the latest tools and strategies and get back the enjoyment from your TelePresence deployment!
ITMGEN-2010 - Coping with the Explosion of Mobile Devices (2012 Melbourne) When your CEO implements drastic changes on new devices you need to support, how do you handle the impact on the network? How do you control your data when it's accessible almost anywhere by a demanding workforces? What security measures are scalable to prepare for the future? How can you plan for the next big push? Share your experiences - good and bad - with your peers. Does your organisation struggle with the idea that the boundaries between work and play are blurred? Are you seeing an increase in productivity with the use of social tools? Session Summary: - Learn the history behind Cisco IT's transformation from a completely restricted, corporate provided mobility strategy to an open, Any Device strategy - Hear about the borderless security architecture Cisco built to quickly enable devices from all major manufacturers - Understand the unique liability model Cisco implemented and how it enabled device choice and reduced cos Questions: - What was the single biggest challenge in moving to an Any Device model? - Do you have thoughts on how 4G networks change usage patterns? - How well is community support working for you? - Can I have a free iPhone? (no)
BRKUCC-2041 - Unified Communications Security: Design and Best Practices (2012 San Diego) As the feature and functionality available within Unified Communication systems advance, maintaining security, reliability and confidentiality of the voice and video traffic traversing over IP networks becomes a growing challenge. This session explores the different vulnerabilities that an Enterprise Unified Communication system can be exposed to and the mechanisms available to address them and mitigate possible attacks. This intermediate session discusses design options available for securing the Cisco Unified Communication system. It also presents the best practices recommended for implementing the various security tools and technologies available within the UC product family.
4.8/5.0
ITMCOC-2577 - Inside Cisco IT: Pervasive Video Strategy (2012 London) You've decided to expand from five video endpoints to 500, but where to start? Planning for pervasive video is tougher than supporting voice or data, but it doesn�t have to be overwhelming. Learn from Cisco IT's four-year journey integrating thousands of endpoints and gain valuable insight for your own deployment. Just as vital as technology are the process and culture changes required for holistic video management. Not only will you learn about the deployment of video, but also how to align to your business values and increase user adoption. Beyond the technology itself, it�s important to understand the implementation processes involved and how to drive culture change throughout the organization.
ITMCOC-2570 - Inside Cisco IT: Making The Leap To IPv6 (2012 London) A session focused on the technical/business drivers, successes/challenges and lessons learned (so far) around Cisco IT's implementation of IPv6 on internal and customer-facing networks.
ITMCOC-2568 - Inside Cisco IT: Elastic Infrastructure Services (2012 London) The Private Cloud is one of the fastest growing solutions today and the significance of the secure multi-tenant data center on business goals is increasing. Cisco IT is building the infrastructure foundation for Cloud Computing, but true virtualization of the data center environment requires a holistic approach in managing and orchestrating network, server and storage resources within a data center and across multiple data centers. Cisco IT has been a fundamental driver in building and adapting the suite of management tools needed today to orchestrate virtual data center infrastructure to deliver business services. Attendees will learn how Cisco IT is architecting, designing and implementing these next-generation virtual data center orchestration solutions, and possible directions for cloud computing management. Cisco IT is migrating most of their traditional data center applications to a radically simplified virtual compute platform. This has significantly reduced the number of network and server devices and the cable overhead within the data center, while also speeding deployment time and overall application deployment agility. We have aggressively deployed Cisco Unified Computing System servers and Nexus physical and virtual switches to provide the infrastructure foundation for cloud computing inside Cisco. CITEIS Gen2 Program Delivering Multi-Tenant IaaS Cloud Solution. It�s an End-to-End, fully integrated CIAC based Cloud Solution. Attendees will learn about the difficulties involved in migrating a heterogeneous set of data center platforms and applications to a virtualized platform. Attendees will also hear Cisco IT�s initial results of this server platform migration in terms of cost savings and power reduction as well as enabling more reliable data center architectures at an acceptable cost. Additionally we can share our early experience in creating and expanding the cloud computing platform within the enterprise. Session highlights include: � Multi-tenant Data Center Design � Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) � Reducing data center operating costs � Driving higher utilization of existing servers and storage devices � Business continuity � Organization Alignment � Application transformation
BRKSEC-2003 - IPv6 Security Threats and Mitigations (2012 Melbourne) This technical session is about the security of IPv6 protocol and leverages the attendee's knowledge of network security. The session starts with threats common to IPv4 and IPv6 networks with topics like neighbour discovery, IP spoofing, and scanning by worms, ICMP security policy. It then addresses some specific IPv6 issues like transition mechanisms (especially tunnelling techniques and dual-stack network), extension headers, use of IPsec. Finally, the session covers how to enforce an IPv6 security policy and how to securely transport IPv6 on a public Internet (being IPv4 or IPv6). The session is mainly for enterprise networks, session BRKSPG-2603 is the SP version. Basic knowledge of IPv6 and a broad understanding of security in an IPv4 network are prerequisites.
5.0/5.0
BRKSPM-2300 - EPC in LTE Networks: Design, Deployment, and References (2012 San Diego) Cisco is a leader in mobile packet core technologies, and has been aggresively working with Tier 1 Mobile Operators to deploy EPC in LTE networks globally. This session will cover design and deployment practices, as well as provide customer reference information. It will include deeper topics with regards to traffic optimization, integrated use of DPI, and session continuity across networks, as well as intelligent services for 4G.
5.0/5.0
BRKPCS-4380 - Managing and Monitoring Service Delivery on Cisco UCS. (2012 San Diego) The distributed nature of virtualization and Cisco UCS environment along with the dependency on a set of core technologies working in symphony, make visibility into the underlying components a critical part of ensuring quality of service. Splunk provides reports, dashboards and correlations make it simple to analyze your Deployment from the UCS blades, to the hypervisor all the way down to the attached storage and the applications being delivered. In this session we will review how Splunk can be used to monitor and manage the most mission critical applications and services in your organization running on UCS.
3.8/5.0
BRKNMS-2658 - Securely Managing Your Networks with SNMPv3 (2012 San Diego) This technical session explains the concepts, issues, and current capabilities in network management with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) v3. We will compare and contrast the functionality of SNMP v1, v2c, and v3. A considerable amount of time will be spent covering SNMPv3 and understanding how to configure its usage. We'll discuss the benefits and challenges with its implementation, along with application, device support and instrumentation. And finally, you'll learn what to look for when considering network management tools and applications that use SNMPv3 to ensure proper and efficient functionality. Target Audience: All network administrators
5.0/5.0
BRKAPP-2005 - Deploying Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) (2012 San Diego) Due to poor performance for remote employees, application owners have resorted to distributing their compute resources, implementing terminal services, or rewriting the applications. These options are costly in terms of capital investment, licenses, data protection, engineering, and operations. In addition, IT organizations have been asked to cut costs through consolidation and virtualization. Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) enables consolidation, data protection, simplified operations, and lower ownership costs for applications and the network. This session will show how to leverage Cisco WAAS for application acceleration, server virtualization through the virtual blade technology, and data center to data center replication. Deployment topics will include WAAS tuning, sizing, network integration (WCCP and in-line), standard branch topologies, data center topologies, scaling, monitoring, and management best practices.
4.0/5.0
BRKCDN-1012 - Building a Graphical Web-based Application for Managing Cisco IOS Devices (2012 San Diego) Using features already included with Cisco IOS, it is possible to build graphical, web-based applications for managing Cisco IOS devices. The features of Embedded Event Manager (EEM), IP Service Level Agreements (IP-SLA), and TCL scripting language make it possible. The resulting applications can be used for troubleshooting and monitoring and can be very flexible. Since the applications are web server-based, they are easy to deploy and do not require any software installation on the client side. The applications run entirely within Cisco IOS devices and no external devices are needed. The applications can be quicky customized to suit the needs of specific end users. Examples will show different types of applications that may be created and can be used as starting points for new applications. One example will show the creation of IP SLA probes from a web page, which can then capture the history of results from the user-created probe. Next, the history is graphically presented in a line graph showing the results. Another example demonstrates the ability to configure different types of MPLS tunnels. The tunnels may be shut down or brought up, and the tunnels are presented graphically. The tunnels change colors depending upon their current up or down state. Finally, the user can initiate a ping across the tunnels and graphically present a line graph showing the results.
BRKARC-3465 - Cisco Catalyst 6500 Switch Architecture (2012 San Diego) This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switch. It begins with an architectural overview of the Supervisor 2T, Supervisor 720, chassis and switching modules. Next is an in-depth review of Layer 2 forwarding, internal forwarding engine packet processing and IP unicast forwarding. Finally, NetFlow and Access Control List processing are examined with a set of common inter-module packet walks wrapping up the session. This session is for enterprise and service provider attendees who have worked with Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switches and wish to further their understanding of the switch forwarding architecture. An understanding of multilayer switching technologies and the basic operation of the Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series is assumed. Basic knowledge of routing protocols as well as traditional campus design is recommended. This session does not cover IP Multicast forwarding. There is a dedicated session, BRKARC-3322, that covers Catalyst 6500 IP Multicast Architecture.
4.0/5.0
BRKCRS-3035 - Advanced Enterprise Campus Design: Virtual Switching System (VSS) (2012 San Diego) This advanced level session features highly innovative option for campus network design. New design option focuses on the impact of using a Virtual Switching System Design. Leveraging Cisco three tier campus model, this innovative technology will examine the newest and groundbreaking concept of virtual switch in Cisco's hierarchical multilayer networks. The Virtual Switching design fundamentally changes how network is designed with the innovation of eliminating loops in L2 networks whilst enhancing resiliency and providing fast convergence. The session covers the best practices of designing, deploying and configuring VSS in core and distribution covering L2 and L3 designs. This session is applicable to any attendees who are responsible for the design, deployment and operation and management of enterprise campus network. It is highly recommended to attend BRKRST-2031 Multilayer Campus Architectures and Design Fundamentals and BRKRST-3032 - Advanced Enterprise Campus Design: Resilient Campus Networks or having a good knowledge of multilayer campus design and the relevant campus technologies such as spanning tree and routing protocol family as well as weakness in the traditional design that this session addresses via emerging design options.
5.0/5.0
BRKCOM-3001 - Troubleshooting the Cisco UCS Compute Deployment (2012 San Diego) This session will approach the Cisco Unified Compute Platform with an over all technical troubleshooting mythology. Troubleshooting begins with an operational understanding of the Protocols and technology implemented within the UCS solution. Session will focus on the troubleshooting of Compute blades, Data path, Fabric Interconnect, along with connections to the LAN and SAN. Operational fact gathering along with knowledge points required to work on the Unified I/O platform will be a major focus. Subjects covered will be on the uses with latest code releases, understanding System States, information gathering within the UCS NXOS operating system, uses of CLI and the UCS Manager, startup, and deployment strategies with concerns focused on support. If your Data Center design teams are testing, have deployed, or planning a Cisco Unified Computed solution and you are supporting Servers, 10 GiGe Data Networks, or Storage Area Networks, this is your session.
BRKSPG-2204 - Building Carrier Ethernet Services Using Cisco Ethernet Virtual Circuit Framework (2012 San Diego) 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.
4.0/5.0
ATE-CL102 - NetApp: FlexPod: Cloud Agility from NetApp and Cisco (2012 Melbourne) Winning organizations depend on IT to enable business flexibility and agility. A pre-validated cloud architecture can enable IT to deliver on this promise. Attend this session and learn how, FlexPod, a proven validated cloud architecture from NetApp and Cisco, can enable data centers to become more dynamic and respond to ever-changing business requirements.
BRKUCC-2021 - Understanding, Integrating, and Troubleshooting Fax Communications in Today's Enterprise Networks (2012 San Diego) Comprehensive VoIP solutions must address the transport of fax communications in addition to traditional voice communications. However, unlike traditional voice communications, fax transmissions have unique characteristics that require alternative integration and implementation methods. This session examines the various real-time fax transport methods, including passthrough, T.38 fax relay, and Cisco fax relay and helps one determine the correct fax transport method based on network capabilities and other design considerations. Additional focus will be given to T.38 fax relay as this is the de facto standard that is widely deployed for fax communications today and is a Cisco recommended best practice. T.38 and each of the other fax transport methods have specific advantages and disadvantages and knowing which method to apply for a given scenario is critical for successful implementations. Best practices dealing with product and protocol interoperability, Quality of Service (QoS) considerations, and SIP trunking will also be provided for integrating fax communications with Cisco voice gateways, Unified CM, and T.38 fax servers. T.38 fax servers are becoming increasingly prevalent in Unified Communications solutions and this session addresses the common fax server deployment models. Key troubleshooting tips will also be highlighted throughout this session. Pertinent configurations, common mistakes, and the important troubleshooting commands, debugs, and traces will be provided to ensure that any fax issue that arises can be quickly resolved.
5.0/5.0
BRKUCC-2100 - Designing and Deploying IP Video Telephony Networks (2012 San Diego) Video is the new voice in Unified Communications. Cisco Unified CM makes Video telephony as simple as Voice. Video telephony integrates in existing IP telephony networks seamlessly; this provides users many of the functionalities they have used for Voice communications, providing key benefits for Enterprises. This session covers Cisco Unified Communications Manager video-related capabilities; it discusses the new Cisco IP Phones with video and their deployments. It includes QoS guidance, which protocols are used (H.323, Skinny Control Client Protocol [SCCP], and SIP), how to integrate existing videoconferencing equipment, and which applications and endpoint solutions offer integrated video features. This session also includes the interoperability of Cisco Unified Communications Manager with the Cisco VCS, Cisco IOS Software Gatekeeper, and discusses the functionality of SIP-based systems. Attendees will then be able to understand the best practices for Video and how to Design and deploy IP Video telephony in their Organization.
5.0/5.0
BRKRST-3068 - Troubleshooting Catalyst 2K and 3K (2012 Melbourne) This session covers troubleshooting methods and best practices for Cisco Catalyst 3560/3750 and 2960 Series Switches. Presentation will show network engineers techniques that will assist in diagnosing common problems. Also, advanced techniques will be explained to give Network engineers knowledge of new tricks. Presentation will focus on 3750 and 2960 switch families. Platform-specific details are included for tracing a packet through the switch, QoS, Multicast, Stacking, CPU utilisation, and general switch health. This session is for engineers working with the Cisco Catalyst 3750 & 2960 Series families and closely related models who would like to gain familiarity with advanced troubleshooting and diagnostics on the platforms. Operational experience with Cisco Catalyst Desktop switches is expected.
BRKSEC-2202 - Understanding and Preventing Layer 2 Attacks in IPv4 Networks (2012 Melbourne) This session focuses on the network security issues surrounding Layer 2, the data link layer. Because many network attacks originate inside the corporate firewall, exploring this soft underbelly of data networking is critical for any secure network design. Issues covered include Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) spoofing, MAC flooding, VLAN hopping, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) attacks, and Spanning Tree Protocol concerns. Common myths about Ethernet switch security are addressed and specific security lockdown recommendations are provided. Attack mitigation options presented include the new DHCP snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) functionality. Attendees can expect to learn Layer 2 design considerations from a security perspective and mitigation techniques for Layer 2 attacks. This session is for network designers, administrators, and engineers in all areas of data networking.
5.0/5.0
BRKCRS-2031 - Multilayer Campus Architectures and Design Principles (2012 Melbourne) This session features best practices for deploying the Cisco Multilayer Campus Model with an emphasis on high availability. It focuses on the technology alternatives related to an enterprise campus network. The session contains design and implementation guidance on technology and protocol alternatives like NSF/SSO, HSRP, GLBP, Spanning Tree (PVSTP+), and Rapid Spanning Tree (Rapid PVST+). Software features and design principles for each layer of the hierarchical network model are covered. Detailed examples are presented of failure analysis scenarios and LAN and Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) tuning related to enterprise networks. Finally the session treats common pitfalls such as asymmetrical routing, unicast flooding, and routing black holes and provides best practices for optimising an enterprise campus network to support today's business applications. This session is for attendees responsible for the design, deployment, operations, and management of enterprise campus networks. Introductory knowledge of Spanning Tree, routing protocols, and LAN switching is recommended.
5.0/5.0
BRKEWN-2069 - Managing an Enterprise WLAN with Cisco Prime Network Control System (NCS) (2012 Melbourne) This session focuses on Network Control System (WCS) as a deployment, management, and troubleshooting tool for Cisco Unified Wireless Networks. Attendees are required to have familiarity with basics of WCS installation; topics covered in this session are, but not limited to: deployment options with WCS (templates, auto-provisioning); operational insights, system dashboards, trends, alarms; drill-downs, cross-linked intuitive workflows to monitor client related information; enhanced reporting interface design and customisation abilities.
BRKVIR-2011 - Deploying Services in a Virtualised Environment (2012 Melbourne) Server Virtualisation is changing the way Data Centre have been designed, deployed. This session will discuss the impact of server virtualisation when deploying services like firewall, load balancing or WAN and application optimisation services. We will discuss the concept of vPath and how the service enforcement is taking place by vPath The session will introduce the Nexus 1000V Virtual Security Gateway (VSG) that provides enhance security for the virtualized environment. Technical architecture and feature capabilities of VSG will be discussed and how to design into the virtualised environment.
BRKVIR-2010 - Cisco VXI and End to End Architecture (2012 Melbourne) Cisco Virtualisation Experience Infrastructure (VXI) is an end-to-end validated desktop virtualisation system that bring together Cisco's three Architectures (Borderless Networks, Data Centre Virtualisation and Collaboration) to deliver a differentiated and optimised user experience inside the virtualised desktop. The VXI system comprises mandatory and optional components from both Cisco and third-party technology partners. Mandatory components are those that provide the basic foundation for a virtualised desktop deployment A VXI configuration includes these components: Compute (Cisco) - Hypervisor (Technology Partner) - VDI Desktop Software (Technology Partner) - Storage (Technology Partner) - Endpoints (Cisco) - Networking (Cisco) - Collaboration Applications (Cisco) This session will provide design considerations and guidelines for deploying an end to end Virtual eXperience Infrastructure (VXI). It is designed to offer technical information to the networking professional planning to deploy a VXI system.
BRKSPV-2808 - TV Everywhere: Part I (2012 San Diego) As more and more PC and handheld like devices get connected, consumers are migrating to the Web to watch their favorite shows and movies. Increasingly, the Web is coming to digital TV, which incorporates movie downloads and streaming. Similarly, consumers also want their TV content on alternative devices. What does this mean for service and content providers? What do they have to do to not lose their subscribers and revenue streams? This session overviews the TV Everywhere technologies available for integrating the emerging over-the-top content into a managed network and making premium content accessible for unmanaged devices. It also provides a few real-world use cases. The sequel session (BRKSPV-2809) explains the business relationships, monetization and automation processes.
BRKCOM-2005 - UCS Fabric and VM's - Extending the FEX Direct to VM's in UCS (2012 Melbourne) Cisco's Fabric Extender (FEX) technology has revolutionised Data Centre networks. The Nexus 2000/Nexus 5000 FEX architecture provides unmatched scale and simplicity by allowing HUNDREDS of physical hosts to be connected to a Nexus 2000/Nexus 5000 Distributed Modular switch. Virtual Machine Fabric Extender (VM-FEX) technology on UCS now extends the simplicity and elegance of the FEX architecture all the way to the virtual machine and allows THOUSANDS of VMs to be connected to the UCS Distributed Modular switch. VM-FEX uses pre-standard 802.1Qbh to eliminate hypervisor based software switching and to extend UCS Fabric Interconnects logical ports all the way to the VMs. A fabric extender architecture that includes VM-FEX collapses virtual and physical networking infrastructure on to the same UCS Distributed Modular switch. This architecture enables customers to treat ALL network traffic consistently and significantly enhances their ability to monitor and troubleshoot virtual machine traffic. During this session you will learn about the benefits, the best practices and the design considerations for Virtual Machine Fabric Extender (VM-FEX) on UCS.
5.0/5.0
BRKUCC-2064 - Designing Session Management for SIP Trunking and Dial Plan Centralisation (2012 Melbourne) As your UC network grows in size or as part of a dual vendor or PBX migration strategy - Cisco Unified Session Management Edition (SME) plays a key role as a centralised aggregation platform in your network architecture. SME provides a multi-protocol, multi trunk aggregation platform that allows you to centralise your UC dial plan, simplify dial plan in the leaf UC systems, and provide connections to multiple 3rd party UC systems, applications and IP PSTN services. This session is an in depth technical session that looks at all aspects of SME design and deployment in your UC network e.g. SME  Dial Plan recommendations, Trunk choices and recommendations, Call Admission Control options, QSIG deployment, 3rd Party PBX and application integration, IP PSTN design guidance. Attendees are expected to have a good knowledge of  Cisco Unified Communications.
4.0/5.0
BRKCOL-2020 - Cisco Unified Communications and Microsoft Integrations (2012 Melbourne) This intermediate-level session provides attendees with a detailed understanding of the Cisco Unified Communications solution when integrating and interoperating with Microsoft. It includes a review of Cisco Unified Communications products and how they're related and/or interfaced with Microsoft products, a detailed explanation of migration and deployment scenarios, and things to keep in mind before deployment. Related technologies are treated, including call control, presence, unified communications security, telepresence, and rich media applications. This session is for people involved with the planning and implementation of unified communications solutions and those involved in strategic decision making for selecting unified communications solutions. Attendees should have a good understanding of the Cisco Unified Communications high-level architecture and a basic understanding of the Microsoft product set. Content: Review of Cisco Unified Communications products and how they're related and/or interfaced with Microsoft products. Detailed explanation of migration and deployment scenarios. Things to keep in mind before you deploy. Related Technologies: Call control, presence, Unified Communications security, TelePresence, rich media applications . Audience: People who are involved with the planning and implementation of unified communications solutions. Individuals involved in strategic decision making for selecting unified communications solutions. Pre-requisites: Good understanding of Cisco Unified Communications high level architecture. Basic understanding of Microsoft product set.
BRKCOM-1002 - Data Centre Architectures and Virtual Private Data Centres with UCS (2012 Melbourne) This session will focus on the aspects of connecting Cisco UCS systems with current customer Data Centre infrastructures and how the user can configure compute, networking, storage, services, and environmental policy via an API. This also shows how the UCS integrates to existing LAN and SAN fabrics. Topics to be discussed include mechanisms in configuration, monitoring, enforcing security policy, and offering traditional Data Centre services into a server cluster running either single OS, or as virtualised devices. This is presented along with the view of actual XaaS and cloud design goals and making sense of how some of those ideas can actually be implemented. Specifics on alternatives that customers are deploying with real examples will be presented. Additional Topic areas will include an overview of the orchestration capabilities within the Unified Computing System and examples of how to control these services with a look at comparing/contrasting these to other Cisco offerings. The focus here will be on building a foundation for Virtual Private Data Centre.
5.0/5.0
BRKCOM-1001 - UCS Fabric Fundamentals (2012 Melbourne) This session provides an introduction to UCS Fabric/Networking components. The session does not assume previous UCS familiarity and is intended as a basic introduction for server, LAN and SAN administrators. The session covers the components, their role in the providing network connectivity and basic configuration tasks for server, LAN and SAN administrators.
4.0/5.0
BRKCDN-1120 - Cisco Jabber SDK (2) (2012 London) The Cisco Jabber Web SDK will provide 3rd parties with the building blocks required to UC enable web based applications. This javaskript SDK is designed to simplify and accelerate the integration of pervasive UC into your web portals and applications. It provides 3rd parties with APIs, reference clients and source code for Voice, IM, Presence, Pub/Sub, WebEx meeting escalations and Visual Voicemail.
4.7/5.0
BRKCDN-1111 - Evolution of the CCX Program & Services Solutions (2012 London) Cisco has driven Enterprise WiFi thought leadership since 2001 and offered the Cisco Compatible Extension (CCX) program as a pre-standard innovation program to certify that Cisco and third party WiFi devices are Cisco Compatible (CCX Certified) and take advantage of Cisco innovation in the WLAN Infrastructure. If your company makes WiFi enabled devices, attend this session to learn more about the latest innovation and schedules of the CCX Program and how Cisco continues to lead with pre-standards innovation in laptops, tablets, dual mode phones, digital media players, medical devices and anything WiFi. Also, learn about how the CCX Program is managed under the Cisco Developer Network (CDN) and the new go-to-market benefits Cisco offers its partners.
BRKVIR-2009 - Present and Future Services for Network Virtualization (2012 San Diego) This session will cover network virtualization services that can be applied for Layer 3 connectivity in multi-VRF environments such as MPLS-VPN, VRF-Lite and Easy Virtual Network (EVN). This session will discuss deployment issues with BGP route import/export for inter-VRF access and also basic services such as QoS, IP Multicast and other network management and troubleshooting tools such as ssh, telnet, ping, DHCP, DNS, SNMP, tacacs/radius. This session will also cover the latest enhancements to multi-VRF environments for shared services, troubleshooting and command simplification that have been developed for Easy Virtual Network (EVN).
BRKUCC-2933 - Understanding Cisco Virtualization Experience Clients (VXC) (2012 San Diego) Enterprises are looking towards a desktop virtualization strategy which combines the desktop, unified communications, and application integration to enhance the collaboration and productivity of employees. They desire to understand how Cisco Virtualization Experience Clients (VXC) are utilized within a collaboration deployment, and how best to deploy an integrated virtual desktop (VDI) solution with voice and video. This session will focus on the various Virtualization Experience Clients from Cisco, how to manage them, which endpoint is correct for your deployment, and best practices for deployment. This session is intended for network administrators, network architects, network designers, system integrators, application developers. A basic understanding of Unified Communications is a prerequisite.
BRKSPM-5327 - Mobile Offload Architectures and Fixed Mobile Convergence (2012 Melbourne) The evolution of broadband radio and smartphone technology has made mobile broadband networks a reality. Broadband applications, especially video, are migrating to the wireless network at an unprecedented rates. Mobile network architectures need to change to scale to the new reality of always on, all-IP any-to-any connectivity. This session will provide: a deep-dive into the latest advances in mobile core networks and the distribution of mobile core network functionality necessary to scale 3G and 4G core networks, overview of network optimisation through offload gateway architectures and traffic optimisation techniques, a discussion of approaches to Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN) offload, including Femto and WiFi access integration as well as evolution toward fixed-mobile convergence.
5.0/5.0
BRKSPG-2170 - Synchronization in Packet-Based Networks (SyncE/IEEE1588-2008) (2013 London) The Session describes the Purpose of Frequency and Time Distribution in Packet Networks and how SyncE and IEEE1588-2008 can be used to provide comprehensive Synchronization Solutions for Service Providers, Industrial/Automation Solutions, Smart Grid and High Frequency Trading Networks. Latest Standards work is reviewed to provide an Outlook on upcoming Technology advances and Design and Deployment Considerations around the currently available Functionality in various Cisco Products such as ASR901, ASR903, ASR9000, IE3000, CGS2500, … are discussed. At the end of this Session Attendees should have all important Information in order to design & deploy Frequency and Time Distribution for Packet Networks.
4.8/5.0
BRKSAN-2267 - Unified Storage Access Design (2013 London) A 90 minute introduction and overview to all things storage related at the access layer. Some of which include (but not limited to): Unified Wire UCS iSCSI NFS FCoE Boot from SAN
4.0/5.0
BRKEWN-2027 - Design and Deployment of Outdoor Mesh Wireless Networks (2013 Melbourne) This intermediate-level session will describe the Outdoor wireless products involved in delivering outdoor broadband wireless services for Service Providers, Municipalities, Transportation, Mining and Resources, and other end user customers. The Cisco Outdoor Wireless Bridging and Mesh technologies will be discussed in detail.
4.5/5.0
BRKEVT-2663 - Understanding How to Deploy Multi-Party Video (2013 Melbourne) The proliferation of video endpoints coupled with the accelerated adoption of TelePresence within enterprise workflows has increased the pressure for business' to deliver robust multipoint conferencing solutions. Beginning with an introduction to the Cisco multipoint portfolio and a brief overview of multipoint conference types, this session will provide a deep-dive into the capabilities of each of the multipoint conferencing platforms available and cover the architectural aspects of deploying a multipoint video environment. This session aims to provide attendee's with a solid understanding of the different means to deploy Cisco Multipoint Conferencing solutions and an insight in to the practical application of these approaches within an Enterprise TelePresence context.
4.0/5.0
BRKDCT-2202 - FabricPath Migration Use Case (2013 London) This session will review some of the common FabricPath deployment use cases. This is more focused on Enterprise environments. We will cover deployment best practices, migration strategy, lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid. Additionally, we will discuss around top troubleshooting steps, as well as tips & tricks during migration of the FabricPath Deployment.
3.0/5.0
BRKCOM-2003 - UCS Networking - Deep Dive including VM-FEX (2013 Melbourne) This session provides a deep dive into UCS networking components, including 6200 series Fabric Interconnects, 2200 series Fabric Extenders and Adapter/Mezzanine cards. We'll cover the basic packet flows through the system, how the system fits into today's Data Centre networks, and some of the advanced features that are available to network administrators. We will be going into the details of how UCS takes advantage of unified fabric and FEX architecture to provide a flexible networking infrastructure that scales without complexity.
4.0/5.0
BRKCOL-2370 - Cisco Unified Communications Integration for IBM (2013 London) Attend this breakout session to find out more about Cisco’s most recent Unified Communications Integration for IBM Sametime. Our latest offering includes the capabilities of the previous Sametime plugins while also adding audio/video softphone functionality. During this breakout session we will review the new client’s architecture and learn how to configure it for real life deployments. As the CUCI-IBM integration is a standard Sametime plugin we will spend time discussing approaches for its mass roll out, which rely on the deployment tools built into the Sametime Server and Domino platforms. Where relevant the session will also cover any specific design considerations that are important for the successful operation of the client.
5.0/5.0
BRKCDN-1009 - Introduction to Platform Administrative Web Service Interface (2013 London) Learn how Cisco's new Platform Administrative Web Service interface enables the ability to install, upgrade, and manage Cisco Unified Communication Manager and Unified Presence software remotely. Accelerate upgrade schedules and reduce travel budgets. We will review the interface architecture, data model, message flows, and typical use cases, including a sample application demonstration.
BRKVIR-2018 - Practical Architectures for Cloud (2013 London) This session will be focused on Best Practices for Cloud Networking and Networking Automation. This session includes real use cases of Cisco IaaS cloud deployments using Cisco end to end Virtualization and Automation technologies, Nexus1000V security and Virtualization enhancements and next generation cloud networking technologies. The session will introduce several experiences with cloud IaaS deployments and will demonstrate cutting-edge End-to-End DC Virtualization technologies, including DC networking, DC Services, latest hybrid cloud and multi hypervisors solutions. The topics presented are relevant for both SP and Enterprise architects, engineers and system integrators interested in building new best practice IaaS cloud facilities.
4.8/5.0
BRKUCC-2041 - Securing Enterprise Unified Communications (2013 Melbourne) This session explores the various security technologies and tools that can be used to protect Enterprise IP Communications from various attacks. The session will show how attacks can be mitigated using both the network and the applications running on the network. The session will present methods of how to level set the appropriate security to a VoIP system in an enterprise network.
BRKUCC-2444 - Introduction to Identity Services for Cisco Collaboration (2013 London) We will explorer the most common directories and authentications services that we have today in the customer organizations We will cover the challenges that current organization has from an identity perspective
4.0/5.0
BRKSPG-2170 - Synchronisation in Packet-Based Networks (SyncE/IEEE1588-2008) (2013 Melbourne) The Session describes the Purpose of Frequency and Time Distribution in Packet Networks and how SyncE and IEEE1588-2008 can be used to provide comprehensive Synchronisation Solutions for Service Providers, Industrial/Automation Solutions, Smart Grid and High Frequency Trading Networks. Latest Standards work is reviewed to provide an Outlook on upcoming Technology advances and Design and Deployment Considerations around the currently available Functionality in various Cisco Products such as ASR901, ASR903, ASR9000, IE3000, CGS2500, are discussed. At the end of this Session Attendees should have all important Information in order to design & deploy Frequency and Time Distribution for Packet Networks.
BRKSPV-2001 - Service Provider Open API - Next Generation of SP functionality? (2013 London) Until now, the SP Video service comprised of delivery to a STB provided by the SP in a very closed and vertical model - recently, adding support for unmanaged devices like iPads etc have opened this out, but the APIs are still closed and only available by the SP developers. This session explores an open web-services-based open API available to all developers for all devices. We will walk through coding expamples on how a developer can access content and metadata from a SP's video system to provide a rich companion app for multiple devices.
3.0/5.0
BRKSEC-2010 - The State of Web Security: Attack and Response (2013 Melbourne) Routine web browsing throws open the door for alarming numbers of drive-by downloads and targeted attacks against your organization. Botnets, covert tunnels, exploit kits, and innumerable malicious objects ease through firewalls at the behest of a surprisingly vulnerable web browser ecosystem. We'll describe the state of web security, and how security and incident response teams can leverage web security proxies along with log monitoring to protect against threat
5.0/5.0
BRKRST-2619 - Troubleshooting Routing Protocols - BGP/OSPF/EIGRP (2013 Melbourne) Routing is the foundation of modern day networks. A methodical approach and a strong understanding of protocol behaviour are essential tools for troubleshooting routing protocols. Even for someone very familiar with configuration, troubleshooting can be challenging. This presentation will focus on troubleshooting techniques for EIGRP, OSPF and BGP, covering common problems network engineers may encounter.
4.3/5.0
BRKCOL-2315 - Hosted Collaboration Solution - Demystifying the UC Cloud (2013 Melbourne) This session presents the different Cisco managed and hosted solutions addressing different environments: on premise or hosted, for enterprise or small business, targeting small or large number of business users. It discusses the positioning and deployment of different products or solutions like HCS, UC on UCS, Managed CUCM, BE, UC300 / 500, WebEx and SP TelePresence. It also describes the Cisco and partners management frameworks. This is an intermediate session aimed at Service Providers and System Integrators who are interested in offering Unified Communication and Collaboration services. This is also of interest to Enterprises who are evaluating Managed UC or Collaboration as a Services from the cloud rather than deploying and managing their own infrastructure. Attendees should be familiar with UC & VoIP technologies to benefit most from this session.
BRKRST-2311 - IPv6 Planning, Deployment and Operation Considerations (2013 London) This session covers IPv6 deployment and operational considerations. It begins with how network administrators can plan, design and implement an IPv6 solution, using a network readiness approach and holistic Network Architecture Strategy.
5.0/5.0
BRKRST-2045 - Layer 3 Network Virtualization Design Concepts over the WAN (2013 London) The desire for segmentation in the network is increasing at a rapid pace. Network virtualization using L2/L3 segmentation solutions maximizes network hardware, by logically separating organizations, on the same physical hardware, greatly reducing cost and operational complexity. Multi-tenant compute environments in the data center, traffic separation for security purposes and/or internal organizational separation are some of the key drivers for extending logical network separation over the campus and the WAN. This session will address LAN and WAN virtualization from a network view at Layer 3, discussing the building blocks, available options, and challenges when implementing IP network virtualization over the LAN, and specifically the multitude of various WAN technologies and transport offerings from service providers. In-depth topics include extending VRFs over the various transport options, including 802.1Q, MPLS, and specific to the WAN, VRF-Lite and MPLS over the various IP tunnel solutions that apply for traversing L3 VPN transport offerings offered by service providers. Technologies discussed include, but are not limited to, VRF, Logical/Virtual router overview, MTU challenges, QoS deployment models in a virtualized LAN/WAN, as well as options for large-scale Layer 3 MPLS VPN services over GRE/IPSec for extending Layer 3 segmentation across the WAN to branch offices and/or other data centers. This session will also introduce some of the new innovations from Cisco for Layer 3 virtualization solutions, including MPLS VPN over mGRE and LISP for L3 segmentation, and touch on Software Defined Networking (SDN) as it begins to evolve. Understanding Data Center Interconnection (DCI) and L2 segmentation solutions is an important application that utilizes WAN virtualization infrastructures, DCI will not be discussed in great detail in this session. However, there are several related sessions to consider, in combination with this session that may be useful to understanding the broader LAN/WAN virtualization framework for L2 and L3 within the Cisco portfolio.
5.0/5.0
BRKNMS-2465. - 13 Smart Automations to Monitor Your Cisco IOS Network (2013 London) Is there too much manual monitoring of your network? Have you ever needed a metric beyond a single MIB value? Need to temporarily monitor services during critical time windows? Are you worried about maintaining the accuracy of your already configured monitoring? Your Cisco IOS Network provides a wealth of advanced device manageability instrumentation (DMI) and Embedded Automation Systems (EASy) to design and implement your own Network Automations. Learn how Network Automation allows you to automate manual tasks, better operate existing network services and even enable new and innovative networking solutions. This Breakout Session uncovers embedded Network Automation capabilities you can use to interact with your network elements for the purpose of implementing network testing, verification and service assurance in a more effective, efficient and robust way. Network Automation fundamentals as well as the choice and use of appropriate practices are illustrated through a combination of presentation and best practice examples. The topic is relevant for network planners and administrators, engineers and system integrators for both enterprises and service providers.
5.0/5.0
BRKNMS-2333 - Accelerate and Assure Collaboration deployments with Prime Collaboration (2013 London) Understand how Cisco Prime Collaboration helps to accelerate rollouts. Know how Cisco Prime Collaboration helps monitor the voice and videoR end-user experience. Learn how Csico Prime Collaboration can automate the management of the end-to-end Collaboration network. Visualize the speed of voice and video absorption in your organization to help make effective investment decisions.
4.0/5.0
COCDCT-3468. - Inside Cisco IT: Private Cloud Architecture Designed for Business Continuity (2013 London) The private cloud is one of today’s fastest growing data center solutions, and the significance of a secure architecture for business applications agnostic to the infrastructure is increasing. Cisco IT is building the foundation for business resiliency; however, resiliency at every layer of the business environment requires a holistic approach to managing and orchestrating infrastructure, platform, and application resources within a data center and across multiple data centers. This enables Cisco IT to automate delivery of end-to-end data center and infrastructure services to the business. Cisco IT has been a fundamental driver in building and adapting the suite of management tools needed to orchestrate virtual data center infrastructure needed to deliver business services. Attendees will learn how Cisco IT is designing and deploying these next-generation virtual orchestration solutions and directions for cloud services management. Cisco IT is migrating all its traditional data center applications to a radically simplified virtual infrastructure. This has significantly reduced the number of network and server devices and the cable overhead within the data center, while also speeding deployment time and overall application deployment agility. We have aggressively deployed Cisco Unified Computing System servers and Nexus physical and virtual switches, OTV, and Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud to provide cloud services inside Cisco. Attendees will learn about the difficulties involved in migrating a heterogeneous set of applications to an internal private cloud. Attendees will also hear Cisco IT’s initial results of this server platform migration in terms of cost savings as well as enabling more reliable data center architectures at an acceptable cost. Additionally, we can share Cisco IT’s early experience in creating and expanding cloud services within the enterprise. Session highlights include: • Elastic Infrastructure as a Service • Active – active Multitenant data center design • Cisco intelligent automation for cloud • Business resilient design for UCS and Nexus Switches • Cisco IT application optimization for a private cloud • Driving higher utilization of IT assets • Risk mitigation • Reduce SLA recovery times by 60% • Leverage workload mobility, OTV, and LISP to build a comprehensive disaster recovery architecture
5.0/5.0
BRKDCT-2255 - Cisco's Cloud Ready Infastructure - VMDC (2013 London) 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.
5.0/5.0
BRKCRS-3090 - Implementing Network Automations (2013 London) Your Cisco IOS Network provides a wealth of advanced device manageability instrumentation (DMI) and opportunities for embedded automations. A major shift is going through the network industry - where operational tasks are no longer exclusively seen as external to the network but increasingly Cisco IOS Device Manageability Instrumentation is being used to automate operational tasks within the network infrastructure. This session exposes you to real-life examples along the stages in the live cycle of a network based service: - service planning - deployment and activation - testing and verification - ongoing service assurance - troubleshooting and optimization and uses the network's Device Manageability Instrumentation (DMI) to achieve, verify and report on critical business objectives. Key technologies being discussed include IOS Embedded Event Manager (EEM), Embedded Menu Manager (EMM), Embedded Resource Manager (ERM), Flexible NetFlow (FNF), Generic On-Line Diagnostics (GOLD), Tcl Scripting, and other relevant features.
5.0/5.0
BRKCOM-2001 - UCS Deep Dive (2013 London) Are you new to UCS? Perhaps you've heard different things about it and they're all probably somewhat different. If that's you then come to this session! We'll get the record straight. You will gain a solid understanding of what UCS is, how it works, what its GUI can do for you. We'll explore most of the features inside the GUI and show ways to make the best use of common UCS features.
4.5/5.0
CCSUCC-1238 - Use of Jabber allows mobile workspace for a large retailer (2013 London) Emmelibri, is a major Italian Distribution . Their Challenges were to improve operational efficiency through closer collaboration between colleagues and partners. Emmelibri chosed Cisco Pervasive solution incorporating Cisco voice and video communications technologies, including Cisco Jabber for BlackBerry, I Phone and I Pad, Cisco Telepresence System ex90 and Cisco Unified Communication Manager.
BRKUCC-2933 - Understanding Cisco Virtualization Experience Clients (VXC) (2013 London) Enterprises are looking towards a desktop virtualization strategy which combines the desktop, unified communications, and application integration to enhance the collaboration and productivity of employees. They desire to understand how Cisco Virtualization Experience Clients (VXC) are utilized within a collaboration deployment, and how best to deploy an integrated virtual desktop (VDI) solution with voice and video. This session will focus on the various Virtualization Experience Clients from Cisco, how to manage them, which endpoint is correct for your deployment, and best practices for deployment. This session is intended for network administrators, network architects, network designers, system integrators, application developers. A basic understanding of Unified Communications is a prerequisite.
BRKSPG-2016 - Architectures for new services over Cable (2013 London) 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.
5.0/5.0
BRKUCC-2663 - Jabber Web and SDK Application Integration (2013 Melbourne) With Jabber Web the great capabilities found in the Jabber clients and also be accessed and utilised directly from a web browser. Also using the Cisco Jabber Software Development Kit (SDK) you can integrate Cisco Unified Communications capabilities into any web application easily and quickly. Application developers, customers, and partners alike can take advantage of this powerful SDK to incorporate voice, video, instant messaging (IM), Presence, voice messaging, and conferencing capabilities. Join this session to hear about how the Jabber web toolkit enables products and services to be built on top of the Cisco collaboration portfolio. This session will explore the Jabber Web client and we will also discuss how the toolkit can be used to add value to your existing collaboration portfolio by incorporating collaboration capabilities pervasively within your line of business application or web portal.
5.0/5.0
BRKEVT-2809 - Understanding Cisco TelePresence Conductor (2013 Melbourne) The key to any successful conferencing service is to make the experience simple, natural, reliable and predictable. Cisco TelePresence Conductor can be used to improve simplicity tremendously by overcoming many of the challenges that the TelePresence MCU administrator would traditionally encounter. Cisco TelePresence technology ensures a simple, natural conferencing experience for every user and every meeting. This session will cover an overview of the Cisco TelePresence Conductor product, how it can be configured, how it can be deployed, and the solutions it provides video administrators.
5.0/5.0
BRKCOM-1001 - UCS Fabric Fundamentals (2013 Melbourne) This session provides an introduction to UCS Fabric/Networking components. The session does not assume previous UCS familiarity and is intended as a basic introduction for server, LAN and SAN administrators. The session covers the components, their role in the providing network connectivity and basic configuration tasks for server, LAN and SAN administrators.
5.0/5.0
PSODCT-3863 - Journey to the Cloud: Benefits of a IT-as-a-Service (2012 San Diego) IT-as-a-Service and private clouds offer an ideal way to solve some of your organization's biggest business and technology challenges. A private cloud service delivery model can helps reduce costs, reach new levels of efficiency, and introduce innovative new business models. Consequently, your enterprise can become more agile and efficient, while simplifying its operations and infrastructure. Learn how the use cases in the journey to IT-as-a-Service and cloud can help you be more efficient and add new capabilities to your data center.
COCCOL-3467 - Inside Cisco IT: Business Value of Collaboration (2012 San Diego) Cisco has long been a leader in using the web to improve business performance. As the web has evolved to “Web 2.0,” with a shift to collaboration, Cisco continues to lead in adopting new Web 2.0 collaboration solutions. Today, we would like to share Cisco’s experiences by profiling a number of collaboration case studies and quantifying the benefits we have realized. We will also share frameworks we have found helpful in identifying opportunities for adopting these new collaboration capabilities. We realize that not all of our Web 2.0 initiatives will be applicable to other organizations. In profiling our experiences, however, we will highlight basic principles we believe are relevant to many organizations. We have linked the terms “collaboration” and “Web 2.0” because we see them as closely connected. We are aware that “Web 2.0” has many definitions. Rather than worry about which definition is best, we would like to point out that most Web 2.0 definitions share common themes around information sharing, social networking, and collaboration. Increasingly, the Internet is being used as a platform for collaboration rather than as a repository of static pages. And, this collaboration is not just taking place on the consumer side, with services such as FaceBook, but also within the business world. New collaboration technologies are having a transformative impact on organizations in two ways: First, they are enhancing existing collaboration activities. This is where collaboration was already occurring, but we have found ways to make it better, faster, and richer, such as via TelePresence and web conferencing. Second, these technologies are enabling new ways of collaborating. Here, there was little or no collaboration occurring before the solution. Examples include expert location capabilities, web spaces where teams can collaborate, and online communities. Although we have already achieved significant financial benefits from our collaboration initiatives, we are still in the early, high-growth stage of Web 2.0. For some initiatives, we are still working to develop new approaches of quantifying the value from these new ways of working. Today, we will present both case studies where we have quantified the value, as well as other case studies that offer compelling examples of Web 2.0, but where we have not yet quantified the financial impact.
ITMGEN-4649 - Pervasive Security (2012 San Diego) “Is Security coming more into focus for you given the dynamics of today’s workforce with BYOD, business models & value chains extending beyond borders, attackers using sophisticated techniques? Are you prepared to deal with these changes and enable your business? If you are asking yourselves these questions, this session is for you. Bill Bragg, IT Director for Engineering and Sujata Ramamoorthy, Director of Information Security, both long time Cisco veterans will share their insights from an initiative they are currently leading at Cisco to prepare for exactly these dynamics. This is a CIO level transformational initiative called Pervasive Security Accelerator with focus on IT Security Governance/Operating Model, Security Architecture and acceleration of key capabilities. You can expect to hear the drivers, approach, architecture and key efforts tied to use cases that make up the program.
BRKUCC-2542 - Cisco Business Edition Solutions for SMB (2012 San Diego) This is an intermediate breakout session that will cover the Cisco Unified Communications Business Edition portfolio for Small and Medium sized customers. The session will provide a recap of features and deployment best practices for Unified CMBE 6000 and Unified CMBE 3000. It will introduce the new Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager tool that simplifies configuration of Unified CMBE 6000. Updates to the portfolio in System Release 9.0 will also be covered.
PNLSEC-4006 - Panel: BYOD: Managing the Proliferation of Smart Devices in the Enterprise (2012 San Diego) BYOD is Real, it’s Here. The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) into the workplace environment is in full swing, creating an entire new set of issues for CIO’s and IT departments, as “mobility” invades the enterprise. How does an IT department cope with the proliferation of smart devices, dealing with issues such as access, bandwidth and management. Theft, device insecurity, poorly developed apps, corporate data accessibility – these are but a few of the realities that IT departments will have to face when travelling down the BYOD road. Hear from our panel of experts and how they are managing with this growing phenomenon.
5.0/5.0
ITMGEN-4839 - Simplify IT and Ignite Innovation with Oracle and Cisco (2012 San Diego) Join us for a breakfast conversation on how you can foster more innovation in your organization and improve productivity and performance by streamlining IT.
5.0/5.0
ITMGEN-4647 - Optimizing the Workforce of the Future: When Generations Collide (2012 San Diego) By 2016, 50% of the workforce will be millennials, along with Gen X, Gen Y and Baby Boomers. This creates an unprecedented mixture of cultures, learning styles, business acumen and technology proficiency. How are IT departments preparing for this influx of new workers, while retaining the experience and efficiencies of older workers? How do the expectations and rewards for the generations differ? What truly motivates them? What do you need to do to attract, cater to and understand the future workforce? Join this interactive session as we dig into the strengths and weaknesses of the generations and what they need to be successful both personally and for the business.
ITMGEN-4632 - Innovation in the Enterprise (2012 San Diego) Everyone talks a lot about innovative being a key driver to success, but exactly how do you create an innovative enterprise or business unit? How can you take advantage of market transitions and create a more inspired, efficient IT organization? Hear from leading experts, Thomas Koulopoulos, Author and Founder, Delphi Group and Carlos Dominguez, SVP, Cisco, as they discuss how they see innovative taking root within IT.
COCDCT-3468 - Inside Cisco IT: Private Cloud Architecture Designed for Business Continuity (2012 San Diego) The private cloud is one of today’s fastest growing data center solutions, and the significance of a secure architecture for business applications agnostic to the infrastructure is increasing. Cisco IT is building the foundation for business resiliency; however, resiliency at every layer of the business environment requires a holistic approach to managing and orchestrating infrastructure, platform, and application resources within a data center and across multiple data centers. This enables Cisco IT to automate delivery of end-to-end data center and infrastructure services to the business. Cisco IT has been a fundamental driver in building and adapting the suite of management tools needed to orchestrate virtual data center infrastructure needed to deliver business services. Attendees will learn how Cisco IT is designing and deploying these next-generation virtual orchestration solutions and directions for cloud services management. Cisco IT is migrating all its traditional data center applications to a radically simplified virtual infrastructure. This has significantly reduced the number of network and server devices and the cable overhead within the data center, while also speeding deployment time and overall application deployment agility. We have aggressively deployed Cisco Unified Computing System servers and Nexus physical and virtual switches, OTV, and Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud to provide cloud services inside Cisco. Attendees will learn about the difficulties involved in migrating a heterogeneous set of applications to an internal private cloud. Attendees will also hear Cisco IT’s initial results of this server platform migration in terms of cost savings as well as enabling more reliable data center architectures at an acceptable cost. Additionally, we can share Cisco IT’s early experience in creating and expanding cloud services within the enterprise. Session highlights include: • Elastic Infrastructure as a Service • Active – active Multitenant data center design • Cisco intelligent automation for cloud • Business resilient design for UCS and Nexus Switches • Cisco IT application optimization for a private cloud • Driving higher utilization of IT assets • Risk mitigation • Reduce SLA recovery times by 60% • Leverage workload mobility, OTV, and LISP to build a comprehensive disaster recovery architecture
3.0/5.0
BRKSEC-1003 - Social Networking Security (2012 San Diego) This session will talk about the security concerns of social networking and the impact it has to employees and also the company. Even if the social software is hosted within the enterprise, how this affects your company – who owns the data, where is the data stored, what international or state laws apply. What Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is the company allowed to retain if the system is internal vs. external, where the data is required to be stored internal vs. external deployments. This session will also talk about mobile clients possible ways to control the data on those systems, if they are Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and what users responsibilities are in the case that they are using their own devices within the enterprise. The session will also look at company policy and why a policy is required for any social networking software even if the employee uses a system for personal use only.
BRKCOL-2181 - Deploying Cisco Quad - Enterprise Social Software (2012 San Diego) This session will cover at a high to medium level architecture, deployment models and requirements for implementing Cisco's Quad Enterprise Social software.
BRKEVT-2800 - Overview of Cisco TelePresence Solution and Deployments (2012 San Diego) Over the last few years, the growing interest in enterprise video collaboration has driven the development of different solutions: traditional room videoconferencing, immersive TelePresence experiences, personal video telephony, PC-based video clients and web collaboration. Enterprise customers are now faced with the challenge of integrating these solutions into a single TelePresence architecture that optimizes the end user experience. This session provides an overview for all components of a TelePresence deployment including: endpoints, call control, conferencing, and scheduling/management. Subsequent breakout sessions will cover specific components of the TelePresence solution in depth.Recent features and functionality will be covered as well as our direction for the future. Many of the these most recent features are dependent on the grouping of specific software versions across the solution. This session will explain these requirements and dependencies to ensure a successful TelePresence deployment. This breakout will cover the entire TelePresence solution including CUCM, VCS, TelePresence Server, CTMS, MCU, TMS, CTS-Manager and endpoints.
BRKSAN-2047 - FCoE - Design, Operations and Management Best Practices (2012 San Diego) This session will describe some background of Fibre Channel (FC) and Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) technologies and terminologies, such as Fabric Logins (FLOGI), Fibre Channel Forwarder (FCF), and FIP Snooping, Multi-hop FCoE (VE), and FCoE-NPV. Then it will go into concepts on how to design and configure a Unified network. With the various supported topologies for FCoE, a best practice in design and operational tools will be describe in managing this FCoE enabled network.
4.5/5.0
BRKCCT-1041 - Changing the way we record voice and video on the network with Cisco MediaSense (2012 San Diego) This session presents the Cisco MediaSense 8.5 solution to enable voice and video recording in the network, leveraging integration with industry leading application providers. The session will describe the functionality included in MediaSense 8.5 and provide a roadmap for additional features planned for the technology. Special focus will be provided on new use cases, deployment architectures, and applications enabled by open programming interfaces.
BRKDCT-2237 - Versatile architecture of using Nexus 7000 with F1 and M-series I/O modules to deliver FEX, FabricPath edge and Multihop FCoE all at the same time (2012 San Diego) This session will highlight various design options of deploying Cisco Nexus 7000 switches in a physical topology simultaneously supporting top of rack Fabric Extenders, Cisco FabricPath edge and Multihop FCoE technologies. When Cisco Nexus 7000 switches are equipped with combination of different module families, such topology has unique design considerations. We will walk through how leveraging device virtualization techniques allows us to deploy those technologies in consolidated fashion utilizing existing F1 and M-series I/O modules.
5.0/5.0
BRKRST-2310 - Deploying OSPF in a Large-Scale Network (2012 San Diego) This session discusses techniques and issues with deploying Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Protocol in large-scale networks, including how to make OSPF work well in a wide variety of situations. Topics include summarizing topology information (flooding domains), aggregating routing information (summary statements), hierarchical networks and OSPF, options and tradeoffs in placement of available bit rates, stub areas, aggregating and filtering routes in OSPF, specific topologies, nonbroadcast multiaccess (NBMA) options and more.
4.0/5.0
BRKCCIE-1001 - Cisco Data Center Training and Certification portfolio evolution (2012 San Diego) Learn about how the whole portfolio of training and certification products from Cisco is evolving to address the needs and the changes in job skillset that the virtualization and the cloud atre bringing to the industry.
BRKDCT-1253 - Introduction to OpenStack Cloud Computing Software (2012 San Diego) The session will provide an introduction to OpenStack open source cloud computing software which is gaining significant attention in the market. Additionally, the audience will understand how to deploy OpenStack on Cisco products.
5.0/5.0
BRKARC-2007 - IOS Strategy and Evolution (2012 San Diego) 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.
BRKSPV-1367 - Insertion Strategies for Next Generation Video (2012 San Diego) Until today, there has been a "wall" between a service provider's traditional video services and the internet. Now, with broadband connections that are ubiquitous and faster than ever before, internet and traditional SP services are converging. This market disruption is driving significant changes in the video architecture. CDNs, gateways, next generation content management systems, transcoding systems, data center technologies, IP-based video delivery - all of these architectural components play a key role in enabling service providers to compete and win as we evolve to the "Next Generation Internet." These architectural shifts and how they insert into an existing Video and Next Generation network is the focus of this session.
BRKCCIE-9592 - IPv6 for Route & Switching CCIE Candidates (2012 San Diego) IPv6 is expanding in the industry and within the CCIE routing and switching practical exam. This session is to cover the general operation and theory of IPv6 and how it may be used within the Route & Switching CCIE practical exam. This session will not look at real world applications, but at examples of how it may be presented within an exam. Session will cover: - IP version 6 (IPv6) addressing and different addressing types; - IPv6 neighbor discovery; - Basic IPv6 functionality protocols; - Tunneling techniques; IPv6 Unicast routing; - Filtering and route redistribution; - IPv6 Multicast; - IPv6 and 3560 switches; - IPv6 NAT protocol translation; - Troubleshooting; - CCIE R&S examples
3.5/5.0
BRKMPL-2101 - Deploying MPLS-based Layer 2 Virtual Private Networks (2012 San Diego) This breakout session covers the fundamental and advanced topics associated with the deployment of Layer 2 VPNs over an MPLS network. The material presents a technology overview with an emphasis on ethernet-based point-to-point and multipoint VPNs. Session content then focuses on deployment considerations including: Signaling/Auto-discovery, QoS, OAM, Resiliency and Inter-AS. The attendee can expect to see sample configurations (IOS, IOS-XR and NX-OS) associated with the provisioning of L2VPNs. This is an intermediate-level course that requires familiarity with MPLS. Previous attendance of session BRKMPL-1101, "Introduction to MPLS" is highly recommended. This session is intended for service providers and enterprise customers deploying L2VPNs over their MPLS network.
5.0/5.0
BRKSPG-2404 - Energy Efficient Data Center: Best Practices (2012 San Diego) Rising energy prices and drastic increases in the density and power requirements of server and storage solutions have made energy management critical to efficient data center operation. IT managers must integrate power considerations with availability, scalability, and resource utilization requirements to cost-effectively deliver robust service levels. Cisco is a company dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and computing ecosystems. This session will provide attendees with an overview of technology trends, industry-wide recommendations on best practices, metrics and technologies that will improve overall data center energy efficiencies. Attendees will receive information on assessing their data center energy usage and best practices and technologies which can help to improve their energy efficiency.
4.0/5.0
BRKEWN-2027 - Design and Deployment of Outdoor Mesh Wireless Networks (2012 San Diego) This intermediate session will describe the Outdoor wireless products involved in delivering outdoor broadband wireless services for Service Providers, Municipalities, Transportation and other end user customers. The Cisco Outdoor Wireless Bridging and MESH Technologies will be discussed in detail. The session is intended for wireless network architects, network designers, network planners working in Service Providers, Systems Integrators, small providers and enterprise customers. Attendees should have some base knowledge in configuration of IP routers, Wi-Fi access points, and policy management. Basic understanding of Controller Architecture and Service Provider networks and services is required.
5.0/5.0
BRKEVT-2807 - Enterprise Video Network Performance Analysis with Medianet (2012 San Diego) The session will discuss the current challenges and the available solutions for enterprise network operators for assessing network performance for voice and video traffic. This session will discuss Cisco Medianet video monitoring features and deployment strategies that will answer these common network operational questions; how do you know if your network is ready to support voice or video traffic? How does the network perform against peak time voice or video traffic? This session will demonstrate how Cisco medianet monitoring tools can be used identify and optimize an underperforming network to improve enterprise users video quality experience. Cisco medianet video monitoring implementation strategies will be used to identify the problem and show how the network can be optimized to improve the video quality experience.
BRKRST-2051 - Software Defined Networks and OpenFlow (2012 San Diego) Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a new approach to networking, complementing traditional network architectures. SDN aims at the normalization of network configuration and control through open programmatic interfaces to individual network devices as well as to the whole network. SDN incorporates concepts for network and network topology virtualization, and enables customized control planes. The latter allows close alignment of the network forwarding logic to the requirements of applications. OpenFlow is a specification being developed by the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) that defines a flow-based forwarding infrastructure and a standardized application programmatic interface (API) that allows a controller to direct the functions of a switch through a secure channel. This session supplies an overview of the different concepts present in SDN, discusses contributing technologies, and reviews OpenFlow as a protocol. The SDN concept is put into perspective with existing and evolving network architectures and principles.
4.8/5.0
BRKAPP-2029 - Design and Deployment of mission critical applications in the health care industry using a Cisco infrastructure (2012 San Diego) The exponential growth of technology in hospitals is forcing administrators to develop Health Care Information System (HCIS) infrastructures that support near zero downtime. This session will discuss advanced design and implementation guidelines to deploy this kind of applications that include server & client virtualization, automation & orchestration for disaster recovery, and client access. Reference architectures developed with HCIS vendors will be discuss in detail. Although we use HCIS as the use case the concepts are applicable in other industries with similar demanding requirements.
ATE-CL209 - Ortronics: Passive Thermal Management in the Data Centre (2012 London) This session will address the key issue of thermal management in the data centre. Ortronics, a Group brand Legrand, will begin at the foundation level, with best practices in infrastructure design, and subsequently address the specific steps to take when implementing a cold aisle containment system. Attendees will leave this session with an understanding of practical airflow improvements and the resulting energy and cost savings for their facility
5.0/5.0
BRKDCT-2340 - Virtual Bridge Port Extension (2012 San Diego) This session introduces and explains the IEEE 802.1-Qbh Architecture, which has now renamed into IEEE 802.1BR, and is close to be finished and submitted for publication. The session covers some of the history and evolution, starting from VNTAG over IEEE-802.1-Qbh and ending with IEEE-802.1BR, in explaining the principles of extending a standard IEEE-802.1Q Bridge with tagging based methodology. During this session you will learn about the main components and functions of an extended bridge (VDP; E-TAG; CDP; TLV's;...). How mobility, traffic isolation, multicast, and much more ... work over an extended bridge. The entire Cisco Nexus-FEX product line, as well as the UCS Architecture is based on the IEEE-802.1BR Architecture. After this session tattendees will understand the principles of an extended Bridge, functions and components, and the related Cisco implementation of it.
4.0/5.0
BRKPCS-4908 - Security Architecture: Coordinating Your Defenses (2012 San Diego) Today's hybrid networks are complex, dynamic, and ever-changing and threat landscapes are constantly evolving. Today's sophisticated security opponents are systemically assessing the weakest links in your security architecture. Your defenses are the strength of your aggregate security elements. In fact, the actual exposure of your critical resources is greatly impacted by the collective state of your infrastructure configuration TODAY; and may not be related to the findings from a penetration test two months ago. Thwarting today's sophisticated enterprise attacks requires consideration of more than just potential direct attacks, but also scenarios that involve indirect attacks. While scanning and penetration testing can provide important insights, they are limited to evaluating active conditions at a specific point in time. Join us as we talk about how systemic, automated continuous monitoring and analysis of your enterprise security architecture is a necessary strategy to winning today's security battles and can help your skilled resources prioritize their efforts to shut down attack paths and threat sources and make better daily operational decisions.
2.0/5.0
BRKCRT-8163 - CCNP Security: Securing Networks with ASA VPNs - CCNP Security Exam Preparation (VPN v2.0) (2012 San Diego) This session is a fundamentals ASA VPN lecture (using ASA 8.4) for participants seeking the CCNP Security certification. We will discuss VPN design, model selection, and solution integration. ASA operations topics will include configuration and verification of IPSec Site-to-Site VPNs, Remote Access VPNs, and Dynamic Access Policies.
5.0/5.0
BRKSEC-3172 - Advanced IOS XR Security (2012 San Diego) Networks have evolved into a critical infrastructure that requires a robust protection model from unauthorized access and attacks. IOS XR has developed a model that provides hardware based automatic protection for critical CPU resources. In this advanced session attendees will get a review of traditional security practices and how to deploy them on IOS XR. Also, you will gain an in-depth understanding of Local Packet Transport Services (LPTS) and Management Plane Protection (MPP) which provide the central infrastructure for IOS XR control and management plane protection. An understanding of how data plane protection in IOS XR works will also be gained from the session. Attendees are assumed to have a good knowledge of Service Provider security (protecting management, control and data planes) as well as IOS XR architecture.
5.0/5.0
BRKNMS-1032 - Network Management KPI's (2012 San Diego) An introduction to Network Management KPI's ( Key Performance Indicators) and best practices on what they mean and how they should be implemented. This session is intended for Technical leads and Managers that work in Operations, or with Operation teams. Understanding KPI's is important and how to use them to present information to your customer as well as how to use the data to improve internally. Session will also include an overview of ITIL with a focus on Incident, Change, and Problem Management. It will cover QA checks what they are some key points on what to do and not to do. Sample of where the data comes from and what the process is to generate the final KPi’s and graphs etc. The session is not technology specific and does not dive deeply into any technology specific KPI’s. It does cover generic Operational KPI’s based around the ITIL process guidelines in detail.
5.0/5.0
BRKSEC-3005 - Advanced IEEE 802.1X (2012 San Diego) This session builds focuses on design optimization and troubleshooting IEEE 802.1X. Drawing on real-world examples, we examine complex system interactions that can occur when deploying IEEE 802.1X and how to prepare for those situations. We briefly review three deployment models (Monitor Mode, Low Impact Mode, and High Security Mode), focusing on best practices, benefits, limitations, and advanced features such as NEAT. The session will also address how to troubleshoot common problems in each model, including authentication failures, authorization failures, IP telephony failures, and other complex system interactions. A basic understanding of IEEE 802.1X is required.
5.0/5.0
BRKCRS-2031 - Multilayer Campus Architectures and Design Principles (2012 San Diego) This session features best practices for deploying the Cisco Multilayer Campus Model with an emphasis on high availability. It focuses on the technology alternatives related to an enterprise campus network. The session contains design and implementation guidance on technology and protocol alternatives like NSF/SSO, HSRP, GLBP, Spanning Tree (PVSTP+), and Rapid Spanning Tree (Rapid PVST+). Software features and design principles for each layer of the hierarchical network model are covered. Detailed examples are presented of failure analysis scenarios and LAN and Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) tuning related to enterprise networks. Finally the session treats common pitfalls such as asymmetrical routing, unicast flooding, and routing black holes and provides best practices for optimizing an enterprise campus network to support today's business applications. This session is for attendees responsible for the design, deployment, operations, and management of enterprise campus networks. Introductory knowledge of Spanning Tree, routing protocols, and LAN switching is recommended.
4.5/5.0
BRKCOM-2003 - UCS Networking - Deep Dive (2012 San Diego) This session provides a deep dive into UCS networking components, including 6100 series Fabric Interconnects, 2100 series Fabric Extenders and Mezzanine cards. We'll cover the basic packet flows through the system, how the system fits into today's data center networks, and some of the advanced features that are available to network administrators. We will be going into the details of how UCS takes advantage of unified fabric and VN-Link to provide a flexible networking infrastructure that scales without complexity.
5.0/5.0
ITMCCS-2580 - Hybrid Cloud Networking (2012 London) "In a Cloud Computing environment a customer (enterprise or tenant) may acquire resources in (one or more) Public Cloud operated / owned by a Cloud SP to satisfy occasional peak demands (Cloud Burst) or acquire resources permanently for certain applications (such as backup or permanent workload outsourcing to Cloud). A tenant may decide to move certain components of distributed or parallel or multi-tiered applications to (off-premises) Cloud and keep others on tenant premises (on-premises). For example, DB tier remaining on-premises, whereas web and app tiers moving to Public Cloud or a set of slave nodes of a distributed/parallel application moving to Public Cloud. In this case a number of issues should be addressed, such as on-premises resources should be able to work seamlessly with off-premises Cloud resident resources, where firewall and other enterprise policies between tiers or components remaining intact. In addition a tenant may want to manage seamlessly on-premises and off-premises resources together (as if they are on the tenant intranet). We call a Cloud that facilitates seamless access to, execution of applications on, and management of on-premises and off-premises resources, a Seamless Hybrid Cloud (SHC). An SHC, first and foremost, will be facilitated by seamless and secure connectivity between on-premises and off-premises resources. While a typical (L2/L3) VPN can be used for seamless connectivity, it may not be suitable for a number of reasons. In a typical VPN, the end-points (EP) land on tenant premises. But in the case of a Hybrid Cloud there are EPs that are on the tenant side and the others on the Cloud side (EPs landing on public Cloud DCs), which is further complicated by a number of issues : 1) Public Cloud DCs host multiple tenants, 2) virtual Cloud resources of a particular tenant may be distributed over multiple physical resources (in one or more Cloud DCs), 3) multiple tenants sharing the same physical resources. These issues make it challenging to decide where to position the EPs on the Cloud side. In this case study, we discuss how PPVPN (Provider Provided VPN) can be extended to support SHC. "
BRKUCC-2725 - Deploying Cisco Unity Connection Unified Messaging or Single Inbox Messaging with On-Premise or Cloud Applications (2012 Melbourne) Current trends in business have IT professionals demanding the flexibility to deploy different types of voice messaging capabilities, on-premise or in the cloud, to their segmented employee populations for various reasons, including compliance. For example, you need to deliver the messaging solution that best fits the way your employees work by deploying unified messaging to your mobile employees, integrated messaging to your general employee population, and voice mail only to a subset of your employees or executives. This intermediate session will describe Cisco Unity Connection's new architecture and technologies when deploying unified messaging or "single-inbox" access to voice mails, faxes, and emails, in addition to integrated messaging and voice mail only access. Cisco Unity Connection's new architecture of synchronising messages and directory information with the existing corporate email and directory infrastructure for both on-premise and cloud solutions will be covered. The session will focus on Microsoft Exchange for on-premise integrations and Microsoft Office 365 (formerly BPOS) for cloud integrations. Plans for integrations with Lotus Domino and Google Mail will be discussed. In addition, migrations from Cisco Unity to Cisco Unity Connection will also be discussed briefly.
5.0/5.0
BRKSPG-3611 - Troubleshooting IOS-XE (2012 Melbourne) This session provides an overview of both the hardware and software architectures specific to the ASR1000 Series Router and IOS-XE, and will include troubleshooting methods and techniques to monitor overall system health and platform-specific troubleshooting techniques. It will also cover guidelines for deploying ASR1000 Series Routers into your organisation. This presentation is intended for network engineers, network managers and network administrators who are responsible for configuring, troubleshooting and/or maintaining ASR1000 Series Routers in their network. It is assumed that attendees will have a general understanding and knowledge of Cisco IOS technologies and routers.
5.0/5.0
BRKSPV-2201 - Watching Video over the Web: Internet Video and Adaptive Streaming Technologies (2012 Melbourne) We describe existing and emerging video service models reliant upon Internet video: N-screen, over-the-top, digital-sell-through and mobile. We then begin a deeper dive by addressing challenges of Internet video delivery, and move to a detailed technical discussion of key technologies and architectures in adaptive streaming. We also provide an overview of the developing standards in this area including the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH) standard.
BRKEVT-2065 - Designing and Deploying TelePresence on a single call processing platform with Unified Communications Manager 8.6 (2012 Melbourne) Video is the new voice. As organisations realise the benefits of face to face communication, the volume of video endpoints is increasing rapidly within the enterprise. This session will explore the design aspects of deploying Cisco's video endpoint portfolio using Cisco Communications Manager 8.6 as the call control platform. We'll investigate the considerations for large volume personal devices right up to immersive systems and examine the benefits that can be realised with a single call control platform for voice and video, as well as best practise implementation recommendations.
BRKEVT-1300 - Introduction to Enterprise Video Technologies (2012 Melbourne) The use of video communications is increasing significantly within today's corporate networks but also between businesses. TelePresence and all forms of interactive video, including videoconferencing and video telephony, provide significant business value for modern enterprises, but deploying these technologies successfully requires careful network planning and architectural design. This session will provide a technical foundation for those that do not have an audio visual or video conferencing background. It will cover in depth topics such as video protocols and standards, video compression, network requirements and quality of service.
5.0/5.0
GENSK-1295 - Data Center-Solutions Keynote (2013 Orlando) The Data Center is evolving towards the next major architectural transition since Client-Server and the Web:  the Cloud Era.  A converged approach with unified computing, unified management and unified fabric is needed for an open, resilient, secure, and scalable platform in a multi-cloud environment to meet your needs today and address your cloud deployments of tomorrow.
4.7/5.0
GENWIT-1000 - Cisco Empowered Women's Network Event (2013 Orlando) An inclusive tomorrow starts here—and it starts with connecting you to successful and motivated women who are Cisco customers, partners, and employees. Start your week at Cisco Live! by attending this exciting inaugural event and prepare to: •     Get energized with our executive panel of Cisco and customer/partner leaders •     Get inspired by “real and raw” role models •     Get educated in a career coaching session designed to help you elevate your executive presence and networking skills 
5.0/5.0
GENKEY-1 - Cisco Live Milan Opening Keynote (2014 Milan) Hear from Rob Lloyd on how Cisco and the ecosystem of Cisco's partners are uniquely positioned to connect the unconnected with an open standard and an integrated architecture from the cloud to end devices.   Rob will share his vision of the Internet of Everything and examine the industry trends and technologies that are making that vision a reality.
4.2/5.0
ATE-CL312 - Ask the Expert: Cisco Advanced Services – Anatomy of a Virtual Event (2012 San Diego) Come and learn how collaboration impacts every department in the Enterprise. From Corporate communications, sales and marketing to HR and career fairs. You will learn about the 'anatomy of a virtual event' and discover the components that are leading to huge gains in ROI, cost reductions and improve efficiences.
GENSK-4344 - Solutions Keynote: Security (2012 San Diego) Security threats are growing in number and impact, and becoming increasingly difficult to detect and mitigate. Companies are moving rapidly towards the cloud, and employees are demanding a “work anywhere” environment. Today’s CIO and network administrator are faced with the dilemma of whether to “lock it down” or “free it up”…whether to shackle the business with security policies and practices, or to enable the business to innovate and grow. Join Christopher Young, Senior Vice President of Cisco’s Security and Government Group, as he examines the need for a more transparent and efficient network that enables businesses to open the door to new innovation. The answer is intelligent networks that integrate security and context awareness allowing control over who, what, where, when, and how company data is accessed. With annual revenue of $44 billion and the bulk of transactions conducted over the Internet, Cisco is a prime target for security attack and exploitation. Christopher will reference Cisco to demonstrate how enterprises can increase overall network visibility and application control while delivering secure access for users, devices and applications.
ATE-CL302 - Ask the Expert: Cisco Data Center – Unified Fabric: Delivering Architectural Flexibility (2012 San Diego) The confluence of a number of trends, including cloud computing, video, virtualization / workload mobility, the data deluge brought on by the “Internet of things,” is driving significant change in the data center. Customers are looking for flexible data center architectures that will adapt to these changes as their business evolve to take advantage of these trends. Cisco’s Unified Fabric and Nexus portfolio deliver this flexibility and continue to lead the industry with a number of leading innovations that enable architectural flexibility for general, virtualized and cloud deployments. What are these leading innovations and how they enable architectural flexibility that extends from the server to the cloud will be discussed. Visit the Cisco Campus Switching Virtual Resource Center and Cisco Data Center Resource Center to view additional documents and links.
GENPS-1001 - Get Your Network Ready for the Cloud (2012 San Diego) Cloud computing is expected to enable dynamic, flexible, and resilient IT application delivery with operational excellence. By 2014, 50 percent of workloads will be processed in the cloud (Global Cloud Index, December 2011). Is your network ready to support the changing traffic patterns of cloud? Can your WAN support an optimal application experience? How will you secure your business in the cloud? Never before has the network been more relevant for enabling your business. If you are rethinking your network strategy as your business moves to cloud services, join this event and learn about new breakthrough innovations that help you: Gain greater visibility to the cloud traffic Increase the performance of your cloud applications Secure user access to the cloud Scale cloud deployments
BRKUCC-2006 - SIP Trunk design and deployment in Enterprise UC networks (2012 San Diego) The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has emerged as the dominant rich media communications protocol on IP networks and the Cisco Unified Communications product portfolio leverages SIP extensively for inter-connectivity. This session covers design considerations for SIP trunking within the Enterprise (i.e. between call agents) and at the Enterprise edge (i.e. for IP PSTN services). Updated for Unified Communications 8.5 release which adds significant new trunking functionality, this session covers the design aspects that need to be considered for a successful deployment of SIP Trunks with Unified CM. These considerations include redundancy, availability, load-balancing, security, addressing, interoperability etc. The session will also cover the usage of SIP for interconnecting Cisco Unified Communications Manager clusters (using Intercluster Trunks), connecting to Cisco Unified Border Element and Gateways. At the end of the session you will be able to evaluate the benefits and trade-offs of using SIP with respect to other protocols for Unified Communications. This session is intended to provide an in depth update to an audience with a working knowledge of CUCM and SIP Trunking.
4.8/5.0
GENSP-1292 - Service Provider Keynote (2013 Orlando) This session will share how Cisco is delivering value to Service Providers with the Next Generation Internet and supporting the Internet of Everything. Learn about Cisco's vision for Service Providers and how they can transform their infrastructures and business models using intelligence and innovative solutions to solve their most pressing challenges.
3.7/5.0
GENSS-1298 - Partner Super Session (2013 Orlando) Join John Graham, Vice President for Systems Engineering in the Americas Geographic Region at Cisco and key Cisco partners in a unique fireside chat session focusing on emerging industry trends, the related technology challenges, and the potential solutions. This session will help you put your week of learning in the context and provide fresh insight into the changes in store for the industry and your career.
4.3/5.0
BRKDCT-2081 - Cisco FabricPath Technology and Design (2013 Orlando) This session provides an introduction to Cisco's FabricPath technology, which enables simplified high-performance L2 switching fabrics. Topics include a review of FabricPath technology and implementation details, use-case/design considerations including interaction with Classic Ethernet environments, and a brief discussion of how Cisco FabricPath relates to the IETF TRILL (Transparent Interconnect of Lots of Links) standard.
4.9/5.0
GENSK-1109 - Fast Track to Fast IT: Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (2014 San Francisco) What if you could deploy enterprise applications in hours, not weeks? What if you could manage and roll out enterprise applications that incorporate network and security policies in real time? What if you had visibility and control across your entire enterprise infrastructure – to provision, deploy, monitor, optimize and troubleshoot easier, faster, and more securely?   With Cisco ACI, you can have all this – and more.  Find out how by joining Soni Jiandani, SVP Insieme Business Group, Rob Soderbery, SVP/GM Enterprise Networking Group, and Scott Clark, VP of Cisco Services, as they provide an overview on Cisco’s ACI strategy, roadmap and solutions.  Hear directly from customers deploying these solutions. See how Cisco ACI deploys application-centric policies to simplify infrastructure operations by mapping enterprise business logic and automating network provisioning across data center, access, and WAN. The result?  A simple, smart, secure solution that delivers on the promise of Fast IT.
4.8/5.0
GENKEY-2001 - Solutions Keynote (2013 London) New to Cisco Live 2013, the second Cisco keynote is an innovative format that will demonstrate how Cisco is addressing the opportunities presented to your business by the worldwide trends described by Padmasree in her keynote now and in the immediate future with the architecture platforms of Borderless Networks, Collaboration, Data Center and Cloud and Security. Four of Cisco's leading architecture experts will share an integrated Cisco story that demonstrates the business value of Cisco's innovation and solutions while showing how they are underpinned by technological excellence in network and communication.
2.0/5.0
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.
4.8/5.0
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.
4.7/5.0
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.
4.0/5.0
PCS-SF - Partner Case Studies (2014 San Francisco) NetApp -- View VideoIntel -- View VideoNetscout - View VideoF5 -- View VideoEMC -- View Video
4.0/5.0
BRKMPL-2100 - Deploying MPLS Traffic Engineering (2014 Milan) This session covers the deployment of Traffic Engineering in MPLS networks through different use cases. The material presents a brief technology overview and then focuses on three deployment scenarios: bandwidth optimization, traffic protection, and enhanced QoS. In the latter part, the session discusses inter-domain traffic engineering (multiple Interior Gateway Protocol areas and autonomous systems) and general deployment recommendations. The attendee can expect to see numerous sample configurations including IOS, IOS XR and NX-OS. This is an intermediate-level course that requires familiarity with MPLS and link-state routing protocols (OSPF or IS-IS). Previous attendance of session BRKMPL-1101, "Introduction to MPLS," is highly recommended. This session is intended for service providers and enterprise customers deploying their own MPLS traffic engineering network.
4.7/5.0
BRKNMS-2466 - 13 Smart Automations to Troubleshoot Your Cisco IOS Network (2014 Milan) Is there too much manual troubleshooting in your network? Have you ever wasted hours to capture evidence of a transient network issue? Want to enable your first line peers to deliver precise problem descriptions? Do you know which part of your network is likely to fail next? And how to prevent it? Your Cisco IOS Network provides a wealth of advanced device manageability instrumentation (DMI) and Embedded Automation Systems (EASy) to design and implement your own Network Automations. Learn how Network Automation allows you to automate manual tasks, better operate existing network services and even enable new and innovative networking solutions. This Breakout Session uncovers embedded Network Automation capabilities you can use not only to interact with your network elements during troubleshooting and optimization activities, but also to implement proactive and preventive maintenance in a more effective, efficient and robust way. Network Automation fundamentals as well as the choice and use of appropriate practices are illustrated through a combination of presentation and best practice examples. The topic is relevant for network planners and administrators, engineers and system integrators for both enterprises and service providers.
5.0/5.0
BRKSPV-1919 - Video Transport Architectures (2014 Milan) 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.
5.0/5.0
BRKSEC-2697 - Remote Access using Clientless VPN (2014 Milan) This session will provide Information and Details about Clientless VPN on the Cisco ASA Firewall. For certain use cases like Contractor Access or BYOD, customers want to have a more differentiated access than the well known Full Tunnel (AnyConnect). We will show and explain how an ASA can be used to provide Secure Remote Access with no need to install a VPN Client. As simple browser based access might not satisfy everybody's needs, we will go through advanced configurations like VDI access for iPAD as well. The target audience are security administrators that are familiar with ASA Firewalls and want to learn more about the Cisco Clientless VPN Solutions.
5.0/5.0
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).
5.0/5.0
BRKCCT-2051 - Making the Move to Cisco Outbound Option - A Look from the Avaya Predictive Dialer Perspective (2013 Orlando) This intermediate session will provide participants with a comparative perspective between a legacy standalone Time Division Multiplexed (TDM) outbound dialing platform versus a fully distributed Internet Protocol (IP) based outbound solution. The session will provide a component by component and functionality breakdown through a comparison of the Cisco Outbound Option in contrast to the Avaya Predictive dialing platform. Participants will gain an understanding of the advantages of a distributed IP solution versus a standalone TDM platform and learn what to expect should they make the move to the Cisco Outbound Option. The comparative in this session focuses on the component and functional differences between the Cisco solution and the Avaya dialer. Existing users of solutions other than the Avaya as well as existing Cisco contact center customers who have not deployed outbound are welcome to participate so as to learn what to expect if considering the move to Cisco Outbound.
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BRKSPG-2501 - Troubleshooting Cisco CMTS Based Services (2013 Orlando) This session will provide detailed troubleshooting methods for various subscriber issues that can be encountered on Integrated and Modular Cisco Cable Modem Termination System (I-CMTS and M-CMTS) while deploying -High Speed Data services with DOCSIS 3.0, Channel Bonding -DOCSIS Load Balancing -Voice services and DOCSIS Set Top Gateway (DSG/ADSG) services. Attendees will take a deep dive into identifying and troubleshooting most common DOCSIS 3.0 Upstream and Downstream channel bonding issues that can impact high speed data services. Troubleshooting methodology for DSG services over DOCSIS and best practices for VoIP operation through CMTS will also be discussed. This session is aimed at Network administrators and System engineers who are responsible for maintaining Cisco CMTS.
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
BRKUCC-3420 - Advance Identity Services for Cisco Collaboration Solution (2013 Orlando) In this session we will cover the user directories integrations. We will also explore Cisco architecture on how to populate cloud services with user directory We will also explore SSO subject. We will explorer the different federation protocols and how to use them to achieve SSO We will explore federate user information between components inside an organization and with outside services. We will go through a step by step exercise on how to use OpenAM to deliver Single Sign-on services.
BRKCRT-9344 - IPv6 for Cert Nuts (2013 Orlando) There is a lot of fear regarding IPv6, particularly with regards to certifications at all levels. We will take the fear out of the protocol, and cover the information based on extrapolation from what is already known (e.g. you are half-way there, the differences are small!). Addressing formats, neighbor discovery, routing and security are the main sections to be highlighted. In this session, the basics will not only be covered, but demonstrated on live equipment. After a mere two hour session, students are guaranteed to no longer have anxiety about IPv6 on exams. Any aspirations for smoke cessation or weight loss will not be addressed.
5.0/5.0
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.
CCSDCT-2014 - Cisco DC Network Deployment at IBM DCs including FabricPath (2013 Orlando) IBM and AT&T have been building Data Center Networks with the Nexus architecture (Nexus 2200/5500/7000), and has utilized FabricPath instead of vPC or Spanning-Tree in some countries. This session will focus on the quantifiable OPEX and CAPEX savings of adopting the Nexus-based architecture and other benefits IBM has achieved. It will also cover lessons learned - technical and non-technical - and overall experience with Nexus and FabricPath. The target audience for this session is any Cisco customers who is considering Nexus and FabricPath and want to hear the real world experience of customers (IBM and AT&T) who has deployed those technologies, and will share the reasons why those technologies were adopted, how they were implemented, deployment considerations, convergence time and lessons learned.
5.0/5.0
BRKSEC-1050 - Are You Choosing The Right VPN Technology For Your Network? (2013 Orlando) Today there are numerous IPsec/VPN technologies available to customers for their network security implementations. Customers have many IPsec technologies available to choose from such as classic IPsec, GRE/IPsec, Easy VPN, DMVPN, VTI ,GetVPN, Flex VPN, etc. Since confusion may arise with the many different available design options, this session strives to educate customers by examining each technology and detailing which solution is most appropriate to deploy given design requirements and constraints. It will also delve into the benefits and risks each solution introduces and the value each solution provides. This session will assist customers in making the correct decisions in order to avoid frustration. This presentation is for network administrators, network designers and network engineers who are responsible for configuring, designing and/or maintaining IPsec VPN technologies in their network.
4.7/5.0
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. 
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BRKCRS-3143 - Troubleshooting Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switches (2013 Orlando) This session covers platform specific troubleshooting methods and commands for the Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switches, with Sup2T engines running Native IOS. The session starts with an introduction to basic architecture of Sup2T/PFC4. This session details the commands and methods required in Sup2T to troubleshoot Layer 2/Layer 3 IPv4 unicast packet forwarding, high CPU utilization (including NetDR, Flexible NetFlow and Control-plane Policing) and Virtual Switching System (VSS) dual-active scenarios. Reference troubleshooting materials on Sup720 QOS and IPv4 Multicast forwarding are available in the appendices of the presentation, but will not be presented in the session. Target audience is engineers and technicians who work with the Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series or who would like to gain familiarity with advanced troubleshooting of the platform. First-hand experience with Catalyst 6500 platform is expected.
5.0/5.0
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.
5.0/5.0
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.
BRKMPL-2333 - E-VPN & PBB-EVPN: the Next Generation of MPLS-based L2VPN (2014 Milan) This session presents a technical deep dive of Ethernet VPN (E-VPN) and Provider Backbone Bridging E-VPN (PBB-EVPN). These emerging solutions address the requirements of Carrier Ethernet and Data Center Interconnect market segments. Currently under standardization in the IETF, these technologies introduce advanced multi-homing options, support for multi-pathing and user-defined BGP policy capabilities to Ethernet L2VPNs. They also provide enhanced auto-discovery capabilities with low-touch provisioning and support for optimal unicast and multicast delivery. This session will cover the detailed operation of E-VPN / PBB-EVPN including forwarding, multi-homing, aliasing, multicast and fast convergence. The session is intended for service providers or enterprises looking to deploy next generation L2VPN solutions for Carrier Ethernet or Data Center Interconnect services. This is a session that assumes familiarity with MPLS-based L2VPNs and BGP.
5.0/5.0
BRKARC-3438 - Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series Switching Architecture (2013 Orlando) This session will cover the platform architecture on the Cisco Catalyst 3850 that enabled Converged Access. Visit the software and hardware components within the system - Spend some time in knowing the paths that packets traverse, as they ingress and egress the various ASIC blocks. Learn how does the Catalyst 3850 switch wired and wireless packets by taking a walk with packets ingressing and egressing via the two media. Get a glimpse of how the Catalyst 3850 actually enables seamless integration of wired/wireless clients via a cool innovation. Last but not the least, examine how the High Availability on the 3850 is enhanced by IOS XE
4.2/5.0
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';
5.0/5.0
BRKCCT-3050 - UCCE Capacity Planning and Expansion (2013 Orlando) UCCE customers are frequently faced with capacity planning decisions. These decisions are typically triggered by customer acquisitions or driven by organic growth. Customers must decide whether they can add capacity using their current UCCE infrastructure or if they must upgrade and expand the current infrastructure. This session will explore the common factors that will drive these capacity planning decisions at the UCCE component level.
5.0/5.0
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
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BRKSEC-3050 - Troubleshooting Remote Access SSL VPN in BYOD Scenarios (2013 Orlando) Cisco remote access VPN solutions provide users secure and flexible channels to an organization's network and sensitive applications. Cisco SSL VPN and Secure Mobility solutions provide a flexible and secure way to extend networking resources to virtually any remote user with any device with access to the Internet. This session provides techniques for troubleshooting on Cisco 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) and Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client. The Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility client is the next-generation VPN client, providing remote users with secure IPsec (IKEv2) or SSL VPN connections to the Cisco ASA. AnyConnect provides end users with a connectivity experience that is intelligent, seamless and always-on, with secure mobility across today's proliferating managed and unmanaged mobile devices. In this session, you will learn numerous tips and best practices when troubleshooting problems related to SSL VPN and Secure Mobility. This session is designed for networking and security professionals who have deployed or are planning to deploy remote access SSL VPN solutions.
5.0/5.0
BRKEWN-2027 - Design and Deployment of Outdoor Mesh Wireless Networks (2013 Orlando) This intermediate session will describe the Outdoor wireless products involved in delivering outdoor broadband wireless services for Service Providers, Municipalities, Transportation and other end user customers. The Cisco Outdoor Wireless Bridging and MESH Technologies will be discussed in detail. The session is intended for wireless network architects, network designers, network planners working in Service Providers, Systems Integrators, small providers and enterprise customers. Attendees should have some base knowledge in configuration of IP routers, Wi-Fi access points, and policy management. Basic understanding of Controller Architecture and Service Provider networks and services is required.
5.0/5.0
BRKRST-3310 - Troubleshooting OSPF (2013 Orlando) Troubleshooting Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) can be sometimes complex, but with a few key techniques the troubleshooting life can be made simple. This session discusses those techniques in detail and provides some real examples along with troubleshooting steps. This session includes a review of the Link State Advertisement (LSA) types and troubleshooting commands. Common issues, such as failure to build adjacencies, adjacencies stuck in various states, and SPF running constantly, are also discussed.
5.0/5.0
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.
4.7/5.0
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.
5.0/5.0
BRKNMS-2695 - Administration and monitoring of the Cisco DataCenter with Cisco Prime DCNM (2013 Orlando) Cisco Prime DCNM is the global solution for the management of the Cisco DataCenter, including both LAN, SAN and unified networks. DCNM provides a comprehensive set of management features across the whole range of NX-OS platforms, and down to the Virtual Machines. These features include the discovery, inventory, configuration and change management, NX-OS software management, template-based provisioning, proactive monitoring, performance monitoring and capacity planning, topology views and troubleshooting tools. This session will explore those features and highlight some best practice methodology to get the most out of DCNM. A basic understanding of the underlying technologies is needed, together with some network management skills.
5.0/5.0
BRKIPM-2008 - Advanced Topics in IP Multicast Deployment (2013 Orlando) This session covers tools and techniques that will assist with deploying IP Multicast. We begin with some configuration examples which discuss PIM modes and Rendezvous Point Deployment models for PIM SM domains Examples are then given for ways of interconnecting separate PIM domains is provided A description of a technology called Automatic Multicast Tunnels (for extending multicast content between sites which are not homogeneously connected) is provided We discuss the integration of multicast with MPLS (Label Switched Multicast). We discuss ways of delivering a highly available multicast service. We briefly discuss the deployment of IP Multicast in a wireless environment. This session is primarily for network engineers in enterprise and service provider network environment. Attendees should have a basic understanding of IP Multicast
5.0/5.0
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.
5.0/5.0
BRKUCC-1600 - Introduction to Cisco Mobile Collaboration (2013 Orlando) This introductory session describes how Cisco's collaboration enterprise mobility solutions provide fixed mobile convergence (FMC) and fixed mobile substitution (FMS) features and functionality to enable mobile workers both inside and outside of the enterprise. The session covers the following Cisco unified communications mobility solutions: 1. FMC with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Unified Mobility feature set which includes features like single number reach, mobile voicemail avoidance and enterprise 2-stage dialing 2. FMS with Cisco mobile clients and solutions for smartphones and tablets including Cisco Jabber These solutions provide a comprehensive set of mobility features and functions for enterprise mobile workers. Individually or in concert these FMC and FMS solutions provide access to enterprise collaboration applications and services to mobile users including voice and in some cases video over IP calling, presence, messaging, and directory integration. These solutions also provide productivity improvements both for the mobile user as well as users inside the enterprise that the mobile user may communicate with. Further these solutions provide a good return on investment by allowing enterprises to reduce the use of cellular minutes for business calls At the end of the session it is expected that attendees will have a good understanding of the various Cisco unified communication mobility solutions for enabling mobile workers including a clear picture of the features and functions available with each, solutions and component requirements, and the basic design considerations for deploying the solutions. To maximize the material learned, ideally the attendee should have some familiarity with Cisco Unified Communications Manager including associated devices, services, and principles as well as enterprise collaboration generally.
4.5/5.0
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.
5.0/5.0
COCEWN-3427 - Inside Cisco IT: BYOD...Coping with the Explosion of Mobile Devices in the Enterprise (2013 Orlando) When your CEO implements drastic changes on new devices you need to support, can your architecture and policy structure handle it? How do you control your data when it?s accessible almost anywhere by a demanding workforce? What security measures are scalable to prepare for the future? How can you plan for the next big device?
5.0/5.0
ITMGEN-3250 - The Innovation of Everything (2013 Orlando) As the industry begins enabling the Internet of Things, the way we work and do business will change at lightning speed. How do you use innovation to drive creativity? How can you optimize technology to free up other resources? Hear from Carlos Dominguez, a leader in innovation, as he shares his eye-opening ideas about how to prepare for the future.
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.
4.3/5.0
BRKSEC-3020 - Troubleshooting Firewalls (2013 Orlando) This presentation focuses on preemptive measures and reactive techniques that can be used to troubleshoot, secure, and maintain the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Products and the Cisco Firewall Services Module (FWSM). Providing an in-depth understanding of the packet flow through the firewall device, as well as how to effectively utilize the available commands and on-board tools to troubleshoot connectivity problems are the main goals of this presentation. Knowledge is assumed of security fundamentals and firewall technology at the level presented in the Cisco Networkers Online Introduction to Firewalls and Deploying Firewalls.
4.6/5.0
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.
5.0/5.0
BRKRST-2327 - ISIS Fundamentals and Troubleshooting (2013 Orlando) Designed for both experienced network engineers along with those new to ISIS, this session combines ISIS fundamentals with common troubleshooting scenarios. We will show you the tools available in IOS for troubleshooting an ISIS network, while covering the necessary details along the way . We will discuss NSAP addressing, areas, how the topology is built through link and node connections and touch on optimal ISIS design. All concepts will be compared to OSPF to keep the material relatable.
4.9/5.0
BRKOPT-2102 - Software and Control Plane Evolution for IP+Optical Architectures (2013 Orlando) IP+Optical is a emerging architecture for Service Providers and large corporations that require transport of massive amounts of data at very high speeds. In this session, we'll look at the software components that enable this architecture, from agile DWDM networks to novel advanced restoration technologies, multi-layer control plane and path computation and network optimization solutions. These software innovations will be reviewed in the context of Software Defined Networks (SDN) and how they can bring a new level of efficiency to the network. The session will also explore the role of these software innovations in the future of Service Provider networks.
BRKUCC-2021 - Understanding, Integrating, and Troubleshooting Fax Communications in Today's Enterprise Networks (2013 Orlando) Comprehensive VoIP solutions must address the transport of fax communications in addition to traditional voice communications. However, unlike traditional voice communications, fax transmissions have unique characteristics that require alternative integration and implementation methods. This session examines the various real-time fax transport methods, including passthrough, T.38 fax relay, and Cisco fax relay and helps one determine the correct fax transport method based on network capabilities and other design considerations. Additional focus will be given to T.38 fax relay as this is the de facto standard that is widely deployed for fax communications today and is a Cisco recommended best practice. Best practices dealing with product and protocol interoperability, Quality of Service (QoS) considerations, and SIP trunking will be provided for integrating fax communications with Cisco voice gateways, CUCM, and T.38 fax servers. T.38 fax servers are becoming increasingly prevalent in Unified Communications solutions and this session addresses the common fax server deployment models. Key troubleshooting tips will also be highlighted throughout this session. Pertinent configurations, common mistakes, and the important troubleshooting commands, debugs, and traces will be provided to ensure that any fax issue that arises can be quickly resolved.
4.6/5.0
CCSUCC-2375 - How to manage the transition and evolution of your contact center - the customer point of view:McKesson (2013 Orlando) How to manage the transition and evolution of your contact center - the customer point of view: Is your company ahead of what your customers are saying about you in social media? Are you thinking of how your customer contact can differentiate you in the marketplace? Are you simply in need of a technology refresh? With the right investment, your contact center can be on the forefront of the strategic differentiation for your company. Learn first hand from McKesson how they are managing through their technology transition and managing for business success and differentiation. From architecture, to training, to process, to partnership, learn the key points directly from the end user.
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.
4.7/5.0
BRKCOL-2060 - Ignite Your Business! Smart Services for Business Collaboration (2013 Orlando) Collaboration has emerged as an important tool that empowers people to work together in new ways to transform business, accelerate innovation, and do more with less. It's the next-generation of business interaction, where everyone � everywhere -- can be more productive through closer working relationships. But getting there can be painful for organizations that aren�t prepared. Collaboration questions you need to ask include: 1. Is my network ready? 2. Do I have in-house expertise to plan, design ,implement, optimize and maintain a complex solution? 3. Can we monitor and manage collaboration applications and devices? Learn the answers in this introductory session. You�ll have a unique opportunity to learn about Cisco lifecycle collaboration services and tools, and how they enable you to successfully plan, build, and run your network as a powerful business collaboration platform. The session will discuss in detail the Cisco options customers have for Readiness Assessment, PDI, Optimization and Ongoing Management.
BRKRST-2509 - Mastering Data Center QoS (2013 Orlando) All you need to know about Nexus QoS: capabilities, implementation, design and best practices for optimization of applications. From Data (FCoE, NFS, iSCSI, CIFS) to Video and Voice. The hardware capabilities will be explained. The focus is to understand QoS, how to design and configure end-to-end QoS in the Data Centre. Configuration templates and best practices will be provided. The session is targeting Network Engineers and Architects involved in Data Centre designs and implementation. Various Cisco NX-OS series platforms are covered.
5.0/5.0
BRKSEC-2073 - Threat Defense using NetFlow and ISE (2013 Orlando) Trends such as BYOD and the rise of the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) are leading to the erosion of the security perimeter and increasingly attackers are gaining operational footprints on the network interior. Participants of this session will learn how to leverage NetFlow and the Lancope StealthWatch System in concert with the Cisco ISE and ASA to gain contextual awareness of network activity in order to identify insidious threats and accelerate incident response. This session will cover how to leverage these technologies to gain visibility throughout the kill chain to accomplish tasks such as identifying command and control channels, detecting network reconnaissance, tracking malware propagation and detecting data loss. The target audience for this session are security administrators and analysts interested in learning how to best leverage NetFlow and other telemetry sources as part of their security toolkit.
5.0/5.0
BRKVIR-2002 - Deploying Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and Cisco Virtual Workspace (VXI) (2013 Orlando) Many companies are pursuing virtual desktops to enhance data protection, improve disaster recovery, increase agility, enable mobility, support bring your own, migrate to Windows 7, and more. Shortly, hosted virtual desktops are expected to exceed 10% of the current 500 million enterprise desktops. What will companies gain? What will they give up? To start off, we'll cover the application trends and VDI drivers behind the growth and the commonly used solutions and technologies with a review of Cisco Virtual Workspace (VXI). For enterprise Collaboration, we�ll review the implications of deploying hosted virtual applications and desktops on interactive voice/video and corporate communications/streaming. For the enterprise workspace, we'll address thin, hybrid, and thick client strategies for various types of users addressing their general benefits and/or limitations. For Borderless Network, we�ll look at the implications of deploying hosted virtual desktop on existing network services like call control, bridging, Quality of Service (QoS), Content Delivery Networks (CDN) streaming, multicast streaming, WAN acceleration, campus switching, printing, etc. We'll cover how to deliver the virtual desktops over the WAN using acceleration with details on the network bandwidth and latency requirements and expectations. For Data Center, we'll review how to plan design data center compute, storage, network, load balancing, and security for large scale hosted applications and desktops. Lastly, we�ll put it all together with architectures for large scale highly available hosted virtual desktop deployments. The primary takeaways for attendees will be how to: 1. Scale the data center 2. Secure hosted virtual desktop 3. Preserve the user experience while centralizing client/server applications. 4. Reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
5.0/5.0
ITMGEN-3465 - Beyond BYOD: Enterprise Apps and Cloud Services (2013 Orlando) Does your organisation already allow corporate email from personal smartphones? Do your employees want access to more services from more devices? If your company has already launched a BYOD program but is wondering what comes next this session is for you. Join Evan Parthenis as he shares how Cisco's BYOD program evolved from email on iPhones in 2009 to its Any Device strategy today. Understand the importance of workforce segmentation, user driven demand, and an integrated IT storefront. Learn about the role Cloud Services can play in your strategy and see real world examples of how Cisco's EasyApps strategy has increased productivity and transformed the way employees work.
5.0/5.0
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.
5.0/5.0
BRKNMS-1040 - Application Visibility and Control: Managing AVC with Cisco Prime infrastructure 2.0 (2013 Orlando) Cloud and Data center consolidation along with BYOD has changed the how enterprise services are delivered by IT. The network plays an important role in providing visibility into users, their devices and their application experience. AVC enables the network administrators gain to get visibility into applications and user experience. This session will focus on planning and deployment of Application Visibility and Control (AVC) which consists of NBAR2, FNF, PA, QoS, PfR and Performance Monitor using Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.0. We will go though the deployment architectures for AVC and how to incorporate AVC at the various points in the network. This session will also walk though the use cases with respect to voice/video troubleshooting and end user experience and how AVC helps with troubleshooting and remediation.
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.
5.0/5.0
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.
COCUCC-2360 - Inside CIsco IT: How Cisco IT introduces new UC and Video Services to its users (2013 Orlando) Advanced Cisco Experience (ACE) network under Cisco IT is used to introduce new Unified Communication and Video Services. These services include new releases of Cisco unified communications, collaboration, video, and mobility technology products that our employees use to work the way they want, across different devices and locations, which drives gains in user productivity. ACE team works with Cisco IT Production network teams to synchronize plans at the network architecture and design level in order to identify risks and roadblocks as well as work through dependencies when a service transitions from testing to production.To ensure the best possible user experience, we integrate the dial plan and user directories across both networks and the engineering-led Alpha networks. This integration means that all of our users, regardless of communication platform, can use the same dialing patterns and click-to-communicate features that are so important for a positive user experience. ACE team also specializes in improving user experience by providing custom solutions like unified portal where users can self manage their devices, sync passwords, change PIN, change Caller-ID etc. ACE Team also solved other challenges like keeping end users programs up-to date and finally capture very useful data analytics which will provide valuable feedback to Cisco Product teams and also overall Cisco IT.
BRKCOM-1007 - UCS System Architecture Overview (2014 Milan) This session will offer an Overview of the UCS System Architecture, including all of the technical innovations that serve as the foundation. Among the topics covered will be overviews on Unified Fabric, Service Profiles, Hardware Abstraction, Fabric Extension, Memory Expansion and the UCS Manager. Further insight will be offered into the XML-based API and the basic set of managed objects, including Pools, Policies and Templates.
2.3/5.0
BRKSEC-2206 - Security and Virtualization in the Data Center (2014 Milan) The evolving complexity of the data center 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 center environment. This session will focus on recommendations for securing next-generation data center architectures. Areas of focus include security services integration, leveraging device virtualization, and considerations and recommendations for server virtualization. Design and implementation highlights for a typical Enterprise Data Center scenario will be presented as a case study. The target audience are security and data center administrators. Related sessions are BRKSEC-2009 "Securing Cloud Computing" and TECSEC-2670 "Data Center Security"
5.0/5.0
COCDCT-2765 - Inside Cisco IT: Migrating Cisco Oracle ERP systems from RISC/UNIX to Cisco UCS (2013 Cancun) Inside Cisco IT: Migrating Cisco Oracle ERP systems from RISC/UNIX to Cisco UCS
BRKIND-2333 - Capturing Trading Alpha with Performance and Intelligence in Financial Markets (2014 Milan) As ultra-low latency architectures become the foundation of trading fabrics, embedded analytics and instrumentation capabilities are critical to capturing key opportunities in a fast-paced market. Due to these growing data analytic requirements within the architecture, scalable fabrics—without compromised latency—are becoming more important. Join this session to hear industry experts discuss how Cisco’s High Performance Trading Fabric is unique in the marketplace in it’s ability to enable competitive advantage in the form of capturing sustained trading Alpha.
ITM-0003 - The Innovation of Everything (2013 Cancun) As the industry begins enabling the Internet of Everything, the way we work and do business will change at lightning speed. How do you use innovation to drive creativity? How can you optimize technology to free up other resources? Hear from Carlos Dominguez, a leader in innovation, as he shares his eye-opening ideas about how to prepare for the future.
BRKNEG-1128 - XPORTAL: Security and Digital City / Seguridad y Ciudad Digital (2013 Cancun) Issues and Security Solutions for your Business or Project. Temas y Soluciones de Seguridad para tu Negocio o Proyecto.
BRKNEG-1123 - XPORTAL: xPortal Evolution / Evoluciòn de xPortal (2013 Cancun) Case of Studies and Development of xPortal Group Casos de Éxito y Desarrollo de xPortal Group
BRKSUP-2444 - CONNEXT BY MIGESA: Development of Projects of Unified Control / Experiencias en el Desarrollo de Proyectos de Control Unificado (2013 Cancun) SUPER SESSION - CONNEXT BY MIGESA: Development of Projects of Unified Control / Experiencias en el Desarrollo de Proyectos de Control Unificado
ITMGEN-3275 - Embracing Software Defined Networking and Going Beyond (2014 Milan) Application demands within the IT organization are changing rapidly due to the impact of cloud, mobility and big data.  Learn how Cisco is creating the next-generation data center and cloud deployments with Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI).  John Manville, SVP of Global Infrastructure Services will share how his team is currently deploying this new infrastructure approach to simplify and optimize the entire application deployment lifecycle.  
ITMGEN-2885 - Emerging Trends in the Data Center (2014 Milan) A day in the life of an enterprise CIO can be daunting—challenges such as managing complex environments, security and ongoing TCO pressures face us everyday.  Addressing these challenges offer opportunities to significantly improve operations, productivity and have an impact on the bottom line if done successfully.  This session will provide an insider's look at these challenges and offer strategies and technologies to maximize IT environments today and for the future.
CCSEWN-2090 - IAEA: HD WLAN deployment at Vienna International Center (2014 Milan) IAEA deployed HD WLAN at VIC (Vienna InternationalCenter) to provide WLAN services for up to 1.600 attendees of the annualGeneral Conference at Vienna VIC.
5.0/5.0
BRKVIR-2931 - End-to-End Application-Centric Data Center (2014 Milan) Although automation and virtualization have been of important use at Data Centers for resource optimization, the evolution of how applications are built nowadays demand for a new application-centric approach, mainly due to the current mobile-cloud application development reality; the fast growing "BigData way" of building scale-out applications and the upcoming Internet of Everything effect.     Because applications' outcome and associated data are the ultimate asset that - altogether with the network - touches multiple layers within the Data Center, an application–centric approach to its infrastructure is what's really needed, even further as almost all Data Centers do run legacy, traditional and cutting edge applications side-by–side, each of them with distinct infrastructure requirements.     This session will cover Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure (ACI), its elements and how it actually works.   However, this session will approach this by inviting you to a "end-to-end journey" inside an Application Centric environment.     This ACI environment will be a full policy-based forwarding infrastructure and the journey will go through a secure multi-tenant implementation inclusive of both physical and virtual workloads as well as inclusive of storage, L4-L7 services and WAN connectivity.   All these elements together will then become the sources for a ACI policy-based forwarding required for effective Data Center planning, design and deployments.    Our journey will also cover system management & automation, orchestration tools and how to drive the ACI via API calls and its native Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC).   Considerations on how to adopt ACI when coming from the current network environment and  how these technologies interact are on the scope of this session as well. Please 'Fasten your seat belts' and welcome to the End-to-End Application-Centric DataCenter!   See you there !
5.0/5.0
BRKSEC-2017 - Fundamental IOS Security Features (2013 Orlando) As networks increases in complexity, so does the risk of attacks and vulnerability. This session explores design and deployment of integrated security solutions on Cisco IOS routers to mitigate and protect against these threats. The session will start with fundamental security considerations on how to harden a Cisco IOS router to protect network infrastructure. Topic covered will include password security, login control and user accounting. The session will then move towards protecting the router from resource exhaustion by securing the control plane. This helps protect the router from expected communication. The presentation then finishes with securing transit traffic. Cisco Zone Based Firewall as the framework for securing the data plane. Various defenses against denial of service attacks will be discussed. This presentation provides many real world examples to bridge the gap between theory and application.
4.7/5.0
BRKDCT-3144 - Troubleshooting Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches (2013 Orlando) This session covers platform specific troubleshooting methods for the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series switch which runs NX-OS. The session will cover some of the differences in troubleshooting IOS / NX-OS devices. We will also cover basic Layer 2, Layer 3 troubleshooting methods for Nexus 7000.The session will include more details on troubleshooting VPC and advanced NX-OS features. Target audience is network engineers and implementation partners.
5.0/5.0
BRKARC-3468 - Innovating New Platforms Based on Catalyst 6500 Architectures (2013 Orlando) This session provides an in-depth look into new Catalyst products that extend the world-class Catalyst 6500 series technology. Topics covered include Architecture design, ASIC design, Software capabilities and Packet walks of the new architectures. Attendees will learn how the new architecture design combined with Catalyst 6500 IOS feature depth are balanced to provide best-in-class performance and capability, for your next generation enterprise. Cutting-edge hardware features include enhanced Application Visibility and Control (AVC), rich Video Services, end-to-end Security, advanced Network Visualization and High Availability with Virtual Switching System (VSS) and Catalyst Instant Access.
5.0/5.0
BRKSAN-2047 - FCoE - Design, Operations and Management Best Practices (2013 Orlando) This session will describe some background of Fibre Channel (FC) and Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) technologies and terminologies, such as Fabric Logins (FLOGI), Fibre Channel Forwarder (FCF), and FIP Snooping, Multi-hop FCoE (VE), and FCoE-NPV. Then it will go into concepts on how to design and configure a Unified network. With the various supported topologies for FCoE, a best practice in design and operational tools will be describe in managing this FCoE enabled network.
4.8/5.0
BRKCRT-3133 - CCNP Security: IPSv7.0 Exam Prep (2013 Orlando) Network Intrusion Prevention and Detection technologies are much more effective when they are deployed and managed effectively.by network and security administrators. In this session, we will discuss the new CCNP Security IPS Exam 642-627. This session will include high level discussion of the Cisco IPS Hardware & Software Overview and touch upon other important topics that will prepare the audience for the exam.
4.7/5.0
BRKCRS-3510 - LISP in Campus Networks (2013 Orlando) This session introduces LISP (Locator/ID Separation Protocol), a routing architecture designed to enhance route scalability and efficient IP addressing in a network. The session will go over some of the use-cases of LISP in campus networks, and how LISP can be used to provide efficient multi-tenancy and seamless IPv6 transition. This session will provide an overall understanding of the benefits and application of LISP in the Campus, and how the technology is implemented on the Catalyst 6500 platform with Supervisor 2T. Details of data-plane forwarding and control-plane functionality of LISP will be covered, along with packet-walks. The configuration aspects of LISP on IOS will also be addressed in this session.
5.0/5.0
BRKARC-3001 - Cisco Integrated Services Router G2 - Architectural Overview and Use Cases (2013 Orlando) This session will update the attendee to the enterprise branch architectures from Cisco. This session will target the technical audience interested in the integrated services available in the latest branch routers from Cisco and the advances that have been made beyond the original ISRs. We'll spend time looking at the latest innovations introduced with the second generation of ISR as well as the capabilities built into the platforms that will allow them to grow with branch needs over time without the need for expensive hardware upgrades. There will be something here for those unfamiliar with Cisco branch routers as well as those intimately familiar with the original ISRs.
BRKCCT-2006 - Update and design of Multichannel Contact Center (2013 Orlando) This session presents an overview of Cisco Unified E-Mail Interaction Manager (EIM), Web Interaction Manager (WIM), and SocialMiner and considerations for designing a multichannel contact center using EIM/WIM and SocialMiner. Topics include new features and capabilities, virtualization, reporting, deployment models and system sizing.
BRKCCT-1050 - Introduction to Cisco Contact Center Capabilities and Design (2013 Orlando) This is an introductory session that introduces users to the basics of Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise capabilities and design concepts. Concepts discussed Includ: - Solution capabilities, solution and component sizing, basic architecture. This solution is geared for new or introductory users of Contact Center Enterprise.
4.2/5.0
BRKCCIE-9590 - Frame Relay for Route & Switching CCIE Candidates (2013 Orlando) Due to the reduction of frame relay in the industry, it's become obscure, therefore R&S CCIE candidates are struggling with what used to be considered easy or give-me points. This session is to cover the general operation of frame relay & how it may be used within the CCIE R&S practical exam. 1. Frame Relay basics 2. Router configurations 3. Frame relay advanced topics 4. Troubleshooting 5. Frame relay & routing protocols 6. CCIE R&S examples
4.8/5.0
BRKUCC-2444 - Introduction to Identity Services for Cisco Collaboration (2013 Orlando) We will explorer the most common directories and authentications services that we have today in the customer organizations We will cover the challenges that current organization has from an identity perspective. We will explore the different ways of integrating with directory services in a customer network, give special relevance to Active Directory
BRKUCC-2346 - UC on UCS Overview (2013 Orlando) For baseline prior to BRKUCC-2225 (design) or BRKUCC-1903 (migration). This session covers the Cisco UC on UCS solution at business / technical / product levels. This would include overall Cisco Collaboration direction for virtualization, solution overview, Cisco UCS and virtualization benefits, product / platform / virtualization feature support, differences between Tested Reference Configuration and Specs-based support, how to purchase Cisco UCS and virtualization software and highlights of design and physical to virtual migration considerations.
5.0/5.0
BRKSPV-1261 - Designing an Online Video Service (2013 Orlando) 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.
BRKPCS-2018 - Virtualizing SAP and our Hybrid Cloud Future (2013 Orlando) In the last 3 years Columbia Sportswear has virtualized almost 100% of their Enterprise workloads, including applications some believe are not a good fit for virtualization. In this presentation Michael will describe their journey in leveraging Vblock�Systems to support a 100% virtual environment, including applications such as SAP, PeopleSoft and Microsoft SQL. Additionally Michael will cover various leading edge concepts his team is exploring to further leverage their highly virtualized infrastructure to provide additional value to his business.
BRKEWN-2017 - Understanding RF Fundamentals and the Radio Design of Wireless Networks (2013 Orlando) This advanced session focuses on deep-dive understanding of the often overlooked Radio Frequency part of designing and deploying a Wireless LAN Network. It discusses 802.11 radio, MIMO, APs and antennas placements, antenna patterns. It covers the main environments such as carpeted offices, campuses and conference centers, and it provides feedback based on lessons learned from challenging deployments such as outdoor/stadium/rail deployments and manufacturing areas.
5.0/5.0
PSOSPG-1305 - Service Provider Cloud Managed Services (2014 San Francisco) Service Providers seek private cloud capabilities to improve its services and market delivery. SPs are also exploring becoming public cloud providers as well. This session will talk to both business segments.
PSODCT-1406 - Migrating to Cisco SAN (2014 San Francisco) **The video for this session is unavailable.** As Storage Area Networking (SAN) has evolved, it has always been challenging migrating SAN from one vendor to another one. Cisco is committed to make the migration process simpler by expanding its flexibility and simplicity to interoperate smoothly with Non-Cisco solutions. Cisco SAN switches have set a new industry standard by providing interoperability functionality within MDS switches. In this session we would cover following topics: 1. MDS Product portfolio overview 2. Overview of Technical concepts used during Migration 3. Migration Options 4. Execution and Verification of migration 5. Limitations and things to be aware of during Migration
BSACOL-1002 - Implementing an Integrated Solution for Enterprise Mobility and Collaboration (2013 Orlando) Mobility is critical to any enterprise collaboration strategy. Mobility was ranked the 2nd most important priority in Gartner's annual CIO survey - up from 12th priority just 3-4 years ago. Mobilizing your collaboration investments is no small task. It is an enterprise wide project that involves people, processes and technologies. It is essential that companies have an integrated strategy to connect their business imperatives to mobile collaboration business transformation opportunities. In this session you will learn best practices and key considerations for developing an integrated mobility and collaboration architecture including: 1) Evaluating technology options such as device/app/content management, wireless infrastructure, virtualization, remote access, reporting and analytics 2) Refining existing processes such as defining compliance, eligibility, rate and reimbursement policies 3) Taking into account people considerations such as enforcing EULA and mobile usage policies.
BRKRST-2304 - Hitchhiker's Guide to Troubleshooting IPv6 (2013 Orlando) Are you about to deploy IPv6 in your network ? Afraid that you do not have enough experience yet ? Do not panic! In this session we will follow the recommended outside-in deployment model, starting from Internet Edge, and then going towards the Access Edge and the hosts stacks themselves - and highlight the tricky areas based on the previous practical deployment experiences. Join us for a 2 hour cadence across the broad range of topics including SLB, NAT64, Routing, WLC, FHS, and the end host behaviour.
3.0/5.0
BRKSPV-2018 - App Development with the Videoscape Open API (2013 Orlando) Until now, the SP Video service comprised of delivery to a STB provided by the SP in a very closed and vertical model - recently, adding support for unmanaged devices like iPads etc have opened this out, but the APIs are still closed and only available by the SP developers. This session explores an open web-services-based open API available to all developers for all devices. We will walk through coding expamples on how a developer can access content and metadata from a SP's video system to provide a rich companion app for multiple devices.
BRKUCC-2344 - Deploying Cisco Jabber on Mobile Devices (2013 Orlando) Cisco Jabber enables core Cisco UC capabilities on any devices to allow its users to collaborate more effectively and efficiently. The core UC capabilities include voice, video, IM/presence, voice messaging and the ability to launch web conferencing. This session will explain how to plan and deploy Cisco Jabber on mobile devices for enterprise customers. We will go through all the configurations in the Cisco UC applications and services to deploy Cisco Jabber on mobile devices. We will talk about key considerations to implement secure remote access with Cisco ASA and AnyConnect Secure Mobile Client.
4.0/5.0
BRKUCC-1350 - Edge Security, Policy Enforcement Challenges & *The* Solution! (2013 Orlando) A new compelling Service offering by Cisco Advanced Services that enables Enterprise-wide voice policy enforcement across Network Edge (SIP, CUBE, TDM) providing protection against: Voice fraud and toll theft Phone-based social engineering schemes TDoS (telephony denial of service) attacks Harassing/threatening calls Unauthorized voice line access into data network resources Voice service misuse, abuse, and data leakage Voice protocol intrusion into data resources Other voice network threats and restricted traffic This service also offers real time Collaboration Policy Enforcement/management for SIP/CUBE
PSORST-3000 - Maximize Your WAN Investment with Cisco Intelligent WAN and Akamai (2014 San Francisco) Cisco Systems and Akamai Technologies deliver the world’s best optimization solution for Web traffic with a high-quality user experience for both public and private cloud applications to all remote offices. This solution includes best-of-class routing, security, and WAN optimization; unparalleled acceleration; caching; connected caching; and Internet traffic optimization based on technologies from both companies. Through this integrated solution powered by the Cisco Integrated Services Router with Application Experience (Cisco ISR-AX), customers will be able to significantly offload traffic from their enterprise WAN traffic and Internet links not only to provide a superior end-user experience but also maximize their WAN return on investment (ROI) while lowering costs. The session will cover the business challenges the joint solution addresses, and provides the solution overview including benefits for the business, end-customers and IT.
5.0/5.0
BRKMPL-2333 - E-VPN & PBB-EVPN: the Next Generation of MPLS-based L2VPN (2013 Orlando) This session presents a technical deep dive of Ethernet VPN (E-VPN) and Provider Backbone Bridging E-VPN (PBB-EVPN). These emerging solutions address the requirements of Carrier Ethernet and Data Center Interconnect market segments. Currently under standardization in the IETF, these technologies introduce advanced multi-homing options, support for multi-pathing and user-defined BGP policy capabilities to Ethernet L2VPNs. They also provide enhanced auto-discovery capabilities with low-touch provisioning and support for optimal unicast and multicast delivery. This session will cover the detailed operation of E-VPN / PBB-EVPN including forwarding, multi-homing, aliasing, multicast and fast convergence. The session is intended for service providers or enterprises looking to deploy next generation L2VPN solutions for Carrier Ethernet or Data Center Interconnect services. This is a session that assumes familiarity with MPLS-based L2VPNs and BGP.
5.0/5.0
PSOIoT-2000 - How will the Internet of Things Help your Business? (2014 San Francisco) As part of our Internet of Everything strategy to connect people, process, data and things, Cisco is leading the way in connecting the previously unconnected billions of sensors collecting massive amounts of data that will affect nearly every aspect of our lives. This new market is called the Internet of Things, and blends IT with operations technology (OT) in a way that has never been possible before. As a result, organizations must take a holistic approach to how all their technology is managed, and must evolve from proprietary to open standards. An evolution of disparate, industry- and application-specific legacy protocols to IP is fundamental, and affords significant benefits in terms of lower TCO and greater security of operations (i.e., centralization, manageability).
5.0/5.0
BRKIPM-3063 - Multipoint LDP (2013 Orlando) This breakout session covers the extensions to LDP in order to built P2MP and MP2MP LSPs. We refer to these extensions as Multipoint LDP (mLDP) RFC63880. Besides the protocol extensions we'll cover various features related to mLDP, like how mLDP LSPs take advantage of FRR link protection and re-converges using Make-Before-Break. Two different solutions for MP2MP Root Node Redundancy and how mLDP Recursive FEC can be used in BGP free core, Carriers Carrier (CsC) and Inter-AS networks. This session will also cover configuration examples and show commands.
4.8/5.0
PSOCRS-2002 - Next Generation Campus Switching: Are You Ready (2014 San Francisco) 2013 is an exciting year filled with tremendous new technology opportunities. In this session we will review the latest evolution within the Cisco Catalyst 2K/3K/4K/6K switching product portfolio. We will discuss with you how these new capabilities provide the next generation of campus switching technologies and how you can best utilize these opportunities to simplify your IT operations and improve your business efficiencies.
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BRKPCS-2026 - Case Study in deploying Fibre Channel Over 10GBASE-T Ethernet (2013 Orlando) As more switches like the Cisco Nexus 5596T Switch add support for FCoE on 10GBASE-T ports as well as SFP+, the options for deploying a Unified Network continue to grow. The combination of Cisco switches and Intel Ethernet Converged Network Adapters provides choices for a broad range of physical, virtual, storage access, and high-performance computing environments, thus giving customers the flexibility to meet and scale their data center requirements in a gradual manner and at a pace that aligns with their business objectives. Brian Johnson from Intel and J Metz from Cisco will discuss the requirements and deployment options to use 10GBASE-T in a Unified Network. They will also discuss a recent customer case study in which 10GBASE-T has been deployed in a Unified network, cover the requirements of the customer involved, how the requirements were met, the network design that were employed, and the benefits that were derived.
BRKDCT-2345 - FlexPod Innovation and Evolution (2013 Orlando) Over the past few years, Cisco and NetApp have continued to innovate within the data center in both FlexPod as well as the full-stack infrastructure space by leveraging and integrating technologies such as FCoE, stateless computing, and clustered Data ONTAP. However, data centers are getting larger and larger, which increases the need for standardized, scalable infrastructure and operational efficiency. In this session, learn how we continue to develop the FlexPod architecture to allow for true large-scale architectures and unprecedented scalability by integrating the Nexus 7000 series switches and clustered Data ONTAP. See how this development enables additional redundancy and continuous data availability across the unified fabric by leveraging technologies such as Cisco virtual port channels (VPCs), NetApp logical interfaces (LIFs) and end-to-end FCoE. Explore the best practices and advantages offered by this integration, and how you can use this pre-validated infrastructure platform in both small and large scale deployments.
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BSACOL-1590 - Architecture for Collaborating Outside the Firewall (2014 San Francisco) For too long enterprises have been lagging the consumer world with regards to collaborative experiences, although internal collaboration is catching up, collaborating outside the firewall is still low fidelity voice and e-mail, why can I video chat with my 4 year old but not with that important client? Can I boost sales, build relationships faster with video? Learn how to use Cisco Collaboration to break outside of the firewall, we'll take several business case studies and show real world use of Cisco collaboration technologies incorporating, Expressway, Webex Enabled TelePresence, Jabber Guest, Remote Expert.
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BRKCCT-3005 - Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise (2013 Orlando) Arm yourself with the tools and methodology to effectively and efficiently troubleshoot Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise. Topics include Serviceability Tools, 9.0 Features & Enhancements, Finesse, and much more! Intended audience consists of contact center administrators and engineers who manage and operate the Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise solution. Attendees should be familiar with basic Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise components and log files.
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BRKCCT-2054 - Advanced CCE Scripting with Precision Routing (2013 Orlando) This session covers contact center scripting for Unified Contact Center Enterprise (UCCE). Specifically it will focus on Precision Routing (PR) - a key new feature in UCCE 9.0. The session will detail some of the new features of PR such as the dynamic Precision Queue (PQ) node, PQ agent ordering, steps, and dynamic runtime step evaluation using Consider If. It will also touch upon other related topics such as best practices for agent attribute assignment, ideal agent utilization, and backup agent activation. The intended audience for this session are contact center administrators and business analysts who are looking to take advantage of PR in their scripting strategies. It assumes a working knowledge of UCCE scripting and a familiarity with PR.
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PSOEWN-2003 - Connected Mobile Experiences - Under the Hood (2013 Orlando) This session will provide an update on the latest in Cisco wireless: Connected Mobile Experiences and Mobility Services Engine technology. It will include the latest updates in the Mobility Services Engine 8.0 release, as well as advances in partner technology that delivers additional location-aware mobile services. We will also discuss some of the use cases with customers we are working with currently.
PSOCRS-2001 - Cisco Catalyst 6500: What's Next (2013 Orlando) The Cisco Catalyst 6500 switches are the backbone of enterprise campus switching infrastructure. In this session we will discuss with you new innovations in the Cisco Catalyst 6500 switching product family. We will provide the latest information on rich network services, performance and scale as well as the roadmap direction of Cisco Catalyst 6500 to help you plan for your switching infrastructure for the near future.
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BRKARC-1004 - Process Control Networks - Secure Wired and Wireless solutions for Critical Infrastructure (2013 Orlando) Standard wired and wireless network technologies are now commonly deployed for mission critical Process Control SCADA and field networks. Integrated and secure low-power, wireless sensor networks drastically improve the intelligence of SCADA applications. This intelligence improves reactions, reduces downtime and improves personnel effectiveness both in-field and remotely. This session will lay a foundation and provide best practices for deploying secure wired and wireless networks Safety, Control and Monitoring applications in Process Control environments.
BRKSEC-3068 - Red Team, Blue Team: Lessons Learned for Real World Attacks (2014 San Francisco) Every organization needs 'battle-tested' IT personnel prepared to defend its networks against attack. The most effective way to provide this experience is to recreate the exact scenarios, no matter how nefarious, they will see in the real world. In these exercises, the attackers are called the red team and the defenders are the blue team. The purpose of the red team is to compromise business critical assets by imitating a fully motivated/funded cybercriminal. The Blue Team gains real battle experience defending Social to Electronic attacks. This talk will present findings and lessons learned from many real-world red teaming engagements with photos, demos and specifics for each. Each scenario will then be dissected to determine what methods would have provided effective protection. The benefits of applicable Cisco and SourceFire security solutions will be examined and demoed within the context of each scenario.
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BRKRST-2814 - Enterprise Network Design Trends & Principles (2014 San Francisco) What are some of the significant trends that will impact Enterprise Network Designs? Will these trends change the fundamental principals we use in performing best-practices enterprise network design? This session will start with a quick look at some significant enterprise network trends. Followed by the key concepts we use to design and deploy networks for maximum agility, (respond to changing requirements); maximum performance; fast convergence and superior reliability. Each topic will be accompanied by a brief explanation and justification, (the reasons) for these methods and best practices. Topics include: Layers of Abstraction; Creating Healthy Boundaries; Modularity; Hierarchy; Places in the Network; Topologies; Influence of New technology.
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BRKEWN-2015 - Wireless LAN Security and Threat Mitigation (2014 San Francisco) “Prevention is better than cure” – an old saying but an extremely important one to defend your enterprise wireless network from unauthorized access and rogue threats. The best security approach is a layered approach that encompasses authorized access, intrusion protection & mitigation. In this session, we will address the current state of wireless security & explore the best practices to protect against unauthorized and uncontrolled wireless access. We will discuss some of the commonly available attack tools that can cause serious damage to authorized enterprise user experience. Attendees will get familiar with advanced capabilities & tools that are available with Cisco Unified Wireless Network solution to properly lock-down and defend their network from wireless threats. Prerequisite knowledge of 802.11 fundamentals is recommended.
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ITMGEN-3000 - Welcome & Introduction (2013 Orlando) Join your hosts, Guillermo Diaz and Lance Perry as they kick off the IT Management Program 2013.
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BRKSPG-2684 - ASR9000: The Universal Cloud Gateway (2013 Orlando) Service providers, enterprises and small businesses are looking for cloud solutions to solve some of their biggest business and technology challenges including reducing costs, creating new levels of efficiency, and facilitating business models that drive revenue growth. The goal of the session is to describe ASR9000 positioning as a Universal Cloud Gateway in Cisco�s architecture to enable cloud services. Participants will learn the key technology building blocks of ASR9000 cloud solutions including ASR 9000 Hardware/Software foundation, Data Center Interconnect (DCI) transport technologies, virtualized services infrastructure and Cisco PNE. The focus of the session is on ASR9000 DCI transport technologies: � VPLS based Cisco Validated Design based on VPLS, including enhancements with PBB-VPLS and ICCP based VPLS multi-homing � Evolution with PBB-EPVN
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BRKNMS-2658 - Securely Managing Your Networks with SNMPv3 (2014 San Francisco) This technical session explains the concepts, issues, and current capabilities in network management with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) v3. We will compare and contrast the functionality of SNMP v1, v2c, and v3. A considerable amount of time will be spent covering SNMPv3 and understanding how to configure its usage. We'll discuss the benefits and challenges with its implementation, along with application, device support and instrumentation. And finally, you'll learn what to look for when considering network management tools and applications that use SNMPv3 to ensure proper and efficient functionality. Target Audience: All network administrators
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BRKMPL-2333 - E-VPN & PBB-EVPN: the Next Generation of MPLS-based L2VPN (2014 San Francisco) This session presents a technical deep dive of Ethernet VPN (E-VPN) and Provider Backbone Bridging E-VPN (PBB-EVPN). These emerging solutions address the requirements of Carrier Ethernet and Data Center Interconnect market segments. Currently under standardization in the IETF, these technologies introduce advanced multi-homing options, support for multi-pathing and user-defined BGP policy capabilities to Ethernet L2VPNs. They also provide enhanced auto-discovery capabilities with low-touch provisioning and support for optimal unicast and multicast delivery. This session will cover the detailed operation of E-VPN / PBB-EVPN including forwarding, multi-homing, aliasing, multicast and fast convergence. The session is intended for service providers or enterprises looking to deploy next generation L2VPN solutions for Carrier Ethernet or Data Center Interconnect services. This is a session that assumes familiarity with MPLS-based L2VPNs and BGP.
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BRKCRS-2888 - Converged Access Design Options (2013 Orlando) In this session, attendees will learn the latest design options for Converged Access deployments - bringing together the best of wired and wireless networking using Cisco's new Catalyst 3850 access switching platform. This session will provide insight into Converged Access design options and deployment methods, and provide information on Quality of Service functionality, security capabilities, and more - all inherent in the Converged Access solution. Attendees at this session will gain greater awareness of how to utilize Converged Access in their own Branch and Campus networks, and a greater understanding of the various approaches for Converged Access deployment.
BRKSPM-2003 - SDN for Service Provider (2014 San Francisco) Our existing Cisco Quantum WAN bandwidth planning and optimization tool aka MATE is evolved by adding control/ programming capabilities for WAN controller. In this session participants will not only learn about MATE but all new features and capabilities to support SDN, which can be used for infrastructure awareness for SDN leading to: new services (bandwidth on demand, bandwidth calendaring, demand engineering), global visibility and rapid service velocity.
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BRKNMS-8637 - Configure and Troubleshoot Wired and Wireless Networks Using Cisco Prime Infrastructure Cisco Prime Infrastructure is built with scalability and extensibility in mind. It has the ability to manage global enterprise networks with thousands of network devices and hundreds of thousands of access devices, or smaller commercial networks with the same level of control and resiliency.  During the live event you will get an overview of Cisco Prime Infrastructure with Cisco expert Tejas Shah. He will explain common concepts and terminology, how to use configuration templates, and how to use the Cisco Prime Infrastructure to troubleshoot and manage your converged wireless and wired network. He will also do a live demo. Tejas Shah is a senior technical marketing engineer for Cisco Prime Infrastructure and Collaboration products. He has deployed Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager at various customer sites to help customers monitor and troubleshoot their video infrastructure. In addition, he has been part of the Network Operations Center team at Cisco Live events for six years. Shah joined Cisco in 1995 and has been in the Technical Assistance Center team supporting various network management system products for more than six years. For more information about this topic and to ask questions to the expert for two weeks after the webcast, visit https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/netpro/expert-corner#view=ask-the-experts. 
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BRKEWN-2011 - Managing an Enterprise WLAN with Cisco Prime Infrastructure (2014 San Francisco) This session focuses on Cisco Prime Infrastructure for mobility deployments. Topics covered in this session are, but not limited to: deployment options (templates, auto-provisioning); operational insights, system dashboards, trends, alarms; drill-downs, cross-linked intuitive workflows to monitor client related information; enhanced reporting interface design and customization abilities. This session should be complemented with BRKEWN-2010 to get a complete overview of the advanced management and mobility services offered for a Cisco Wireless LAN.
BRKGS-2529 - 5 Successful VM Data Protection Strategies on UCS (2014 Milan) VMware and Hyper-V environments demand the best options for data protection that deliver the quickest RTOs, the most RPOs and the richest list of recovery options; both on-site and leveraging cloud technologies. This 20-minute session will highlight 5 key ways VM data protection can be done well when running on Cisco UCS. Join Rick Vanover from Veeam Software to see: -How key virtualization frameworks aid data protection strategies with vSphere and Hyper-V -How to design a data protection strategy with Cisco UCS -Why Cisco UCS enhances VM data protection strategies Please note that the session length is 20 minutes.
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BRKEWN-2666 - IPv6 on WiFi: You talk too much! NOT anymore. (2014 Milan) IPv6 on the link is by default chattier than IPv4. This may discourage IPv6 deployment in larger WiFi installations. In this session we will take a close look at the "chatty" protocols and their interactions: MLD, ND, mDNS. We will explore how these interactions can be controlled by tuning the configurations on the gateways and WLC. We will cover the emerging best practices to achieve the media usage similar to that of IPv4, as well as some troubleshooting experiences. The intended audience of this session is the specialists who deal with planning, deployment and operation of the WiFi networks. This session is based on the practical experience gained by implementation and operation of large-scale networks like CiscoLive.
BRKSPG-2804 - Building out Scalable Cloud Architectures for a Service Provider using Open Source Technology (2014 San Francisco) The Cloud paradigm provides the service provider with the opportunity to offer a vast range of capabilities and sevices to market. These capabilities require the support of an architecture model which can scale to the required rate of innovation, service demand and increase in operational complexity. Many service providers are now looking beyond what vendors can provide with of out of the box technology components to augment their Cloud architectures and are looking towards Open Source Technologies to fill the gap. This session will provide participants with an understanding of architectural concepts and solution approaches available to get started building a scalable Cloud service provider architecture. It will dive into the concepts that enable scale such as loose coupling, distributed, elastic and abstracted services and how components such as OpenStack and Ceph work with Cisco infrastructure such as UCS and Nexus to provide the foundation for service provider scale. You will leave this session armed not only with the knowledge of key concepts and approaches to scale, but also with examples on success and failures of different approaches from a leading Cloud Service Provider, Telstra.
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ITM-0015 - Making your Business Secure and Virtual (2013 Cancun) More and more, we rely on technology platforms such as Software Defined Networking to address a multitude of challenges. Brian Christensen will open this session with a look at the major transitions in this journey. The discussion will be complemented with a demonstration showing how SDN solutions can help address some of the critical business needs.
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BRKSAN-2267 - Unified Storage Access Design (2013 Orlando) A 90 minute introduction and overview to all things storage related at the access layer. Some of which include (but not limited to): Unified Wire UCS iSCSI NFS FCoE Boot from SAN
BRKNEG-1211 - GRUPO DICE - Mejore la Eficiencia Energética y Descubra los Beneficios de la Nube (2013 Cancun) El acelerado ambiente de los negocios de hoy día, requiere de tiempos rápidos para implementar nuevas aplicaciones, mejorar la eficiencia energética y descubrir los beneficios que el computo en la nube puede ofrecer; dada la importancia que el desempeño de su centro de datos tiene en su negocio, estas demandas pueden ser abrumadoras. Acompáñenos para descubrir la mejor manera de atender estos temas y conozca de primera mano resultados de investigaciones recientes sobre la nube.
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BRKDCT-2430 - Comprehensive Cloud Management with UCS Director and CIAC (2014 San Francisco) As private , public, and hybrid clouds continue to grow and mature, customers are challenged with where to begin in their deployments. Vendors complicate matters by offering layers of software that can be difficult to consume. In this session we will discuss how customers can leverage UCS Director to begin their cloud implementations with infrastructure management, and then grow into a comprehensive IT as a service enterprise cloud.
PSORST-2005 - Transforming the Branch Office with a Single Box Solution (2014 San Francisco) : This session demonstrates how customers can consolidate network, compute, and storage services for a branch or remote offices into a single, easy to manage Cisco office-in-a-box solution using the Integrated Services Routers and the UCS E-series server module. You will learn about the platform architecture, commonly deployed branch applications from WAN optimization, video surveillance, point of sale, virtual desktops and see how they come together in this one box solution. High availability and fault tolerance are key to branch business continuity. We will show how the UCS E-Series will improve branch survivability in remote environments. This session will also cover how this solution fits into verticals architectures such as retail, finance, healthcare, education and the applications that can be hosted for each of these verticals. We will also review performance and sizing guidelines for running these applications.
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BRKDCT-1302 - APIC and Nexus 9000: Network Programmability and Automation (2014 San Francisco) The business demands for flexible, simplified and automated IT workflows are driving the need for programmability in network devices. This requirement also means that network engineers must add this new skill to their toolboxes. This session will focus on the different tools available to enable programming in Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC) for your Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Fabric, and the tools available in Nexus 9000 for programming on your standalone switches. Different use cases for these platforms will be discussed, with code samples, execution and best practices shared.
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BRKCRT-1001 - CCNA Preparation (2014 San Francisco) This two hour Technical breakout session will prepare participants to attempt the CCNA Routing and Switching exam or the ICND 1 and ICND 2 exams. This a session that addresses the technologies and concepts emphasized in the CCNA Routing and Switching track. It is also targeted for those candidates who have not taken a Cisco exam previously. Topics included are review of the exam topics for the three exams. It will show the various types of questions that could appear on the exam. Some recommended best practices for taking the exam.
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BRKDCT-2316 - Nexus 6000 Design and Deployment (2014 Milan) This session covers Nexus 6004/6001 design and deployment options in existing and next generation datacenter. The first part of the session will cover internal architectural details and features of the Nexus 6001/6004 platforms pertinent to design and capacity planning. The second part covers relevant deployment aspects with the Nexus 6004/6001 platform and highlight multiple datacenter architecture with the following use cases: 1.) Unified Access Architectures; 2.) Next Generation of high performance networks with 40G and 3.) Leaf & Spine Architectures
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BRKCRS-3011 - APIC-EM (Application Policy Infrastructure Controller - Enterprise Module) - SDN in the Enterprise (2014 San Francisco) **The video for this session is unavailable.** After all the recent industry trends like Cloud Computing, Open Flow Networking, Software Defined Datacenter and Open Network and Compute Environment the idea of Software Defined Networks is still prevalent. In the first chapter of the breakout session we start with an overview of the different SDN controllers and techniques, available on the market and outline on the strategy Cisco pursues. During the second part we explain what Cisco is doing with Application Policy Infrastructure Controllers (APIC) in the Datacenter and then build the bridge to what is happening with SDN controllers in the Enterprise. In the third chapter we focus on Enterprise SDN. We introduce the APIC Enterprise Module and explain how we reduce network complexity, amplify network intelligence and how we pave the way for heavy networking in the Next Generation of IT agility at the speed of business. We drill down on the controller design, architecture principles and explain how we do network abstraction and automation with policy intent. During the fourth chapter we perform some live demos to demonstrate functions like topology discovery, device inventory, policies, QoS, ACL and Zero Touch Deployment. We close with an open discussion on our plans and are looking forward for a lot of feedback from the audience.
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BRKSPG-2445 - Network Function Virtualization and how it will impact your network (2014 Milan) Given the amount of buzz around "Network Function Virtualization" or "NFV", it is hard to believe that the term is less than 14 months old. There are good reasons for this buzz, as NFV has the potential to change the way networks are built and managed through use of cloud concepts to support network functions. This session examines all aspects of NFV and is split into three sections. The first section defines the concept, the standards status and looks at the technology enablers and why it has come to the fore in the last year or so. The second section outlines the key building blocks needed to implement NFV in the real world. Finally the third section outlines a number of NFV use cases that either Cisco or the industry generally are working on.
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BRKCRS-2889 - Converged Access System Architecture - Diving into the 'One Network' / Acceso Convergente - Arquitectura del sistema. Pentrando en La Red (One Network) (2013 Cancun) Come to this session to learn what Converged Access is - how it operates - and the benefits it provides. Attendees at this session will gain a greater understanding of the design and operation of Cisco's exciting new Converged Access solution, using the Catalyst 3850 access switch platform, be able to understand how Converged Access fits into the broader Cisco wired and wireless portfolio from both a product and a design perspective, and recognize the relevant benefits of the Converged Access solution for their own network environments. In addition to introducing the terminology and platforms that make up the Cisco Converged Access system, an in-depth review of the new Converged Access solution is provided, including coverage of client association, various roaming modes, High Availability, and more. As well, various Converged Access deployments models will be examined for both Branch and Campus use.
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ITMGEN-4126 - Building Your Leadership Brand (2014 San Francisco) This session will focus on the impact change can have on your career from a personal, technology and business perspective. Guillermo Diaz, SVP of Cisco IT, will share his unique experiences that put him on the path to success and how he was able to take advantage of technology shifts and career opportunities to reach his current position. This session will also summarize the IT Management program and give you the tools you need to succeed within your organization.
BRKDCT-2385 - Cisco Dynamic Fabric Automation Architecture (2014 Milan) This session provides an overview of Cisco Next Generation DC fabric technology. The session specifically covers the forwarding and control plane functions which are critical to the simplicity operation of the architecture in achieving scale, small failure domains and any app anywhere. The session also provides an overview of the architecture management functions, network orchestration capabilities and multi-tenancy details. This intermediate session is intended for network, design and operation engineers from Enterprises, Service Providers or Enterprise Hosting Service Providers.
ITMGEN-4118 - How to Make The Leap To IPv6 (2014 San Francisco) This session will focus on how to deploy IPv6 on internal and customer-facing networks. Topics explored will include business and technical drivers, successes and challenges, and lessons learned (so far). The session examines various IPv6 transition technologies, as well as different 'places in the network', including LAN, WAN, data center, and DMZ. Attendees will gain a better understanding of IPv6 deployment strategies and challenges that can apply in their own environments.
ITMGEN-4115 - Intelligent Cybersecurity for the Real World (2014 San Francisco) Driven by market trends in cloud, mobile and the Internet of Everything, technological change is accelerating at lightning speed with the network at the core. Security is no different. Attackers are innovating faster than the industry, finding new attack vectors to exploit their targets and creating significant new security challenges. Join Christopher Young for a discussion on how these phenomena have driven defenders to challenge today’s security assumptions and learn how you can prepare your teams leveraging Cisco’s new security model and offerings to address your customers’ biggest security problems.
BRKSEC-2009 - What the Network Engineer Needs to Know About Cloud Security (2014 San Francisco) Before the cloud boom, there were virtualization, storage, networking (WAN/LAN) and data center engineers. However, the growing demand for cloud services has created a need for network engineers and architects who understand the language of cloud and its security implications. Because so much is being delivered via the cloud, there are more targets for security and network engineers to worry about. Data is increasingly being migrated to public cloud environments requiring new approaches to networking and security. Additionally, as end users increasingly utilize more devices to access data in the cloud both the application delivery process and the way they securely interconnect with the cloud must be understood by the network engineer. This session will also focus on new control frameworks and next-generation technologies that can optimally protect cloud-facing resources. The target audience for this session are network, security and data center engineers and administrators. The attendees will also benefit from the following session: BRKSEC-2205 Security and Virtualization in the Data Center. Note: New title, abstract and US presenter. Was previously (Securing Cloud Computing) As Cloud Computing continues to change the landscape of IT services globally with technologies such as virtualization and multi-tenancy; the fundamental ways to access and use applications as well as data are changing. Securing confidential data mandates a fresh look at building the risk profile in the Cloud Computing world. As enterprises seek to define a clearer understanding and addressing of the security issues in the Cloud Computing world, clearly identifying risk exposures and mitigation strategies is likely to result in a multi-pronged approach that requires a thorough understanding of the underlying infrastructure and application architectures in order to appropriately leverage cloud computing services securely. This breakout session will cover as an overview what are the Cloud Security concerns and what are the potential solutions to mitigate the security threats through Cloud Security Services, Securing Cloud Access and Securing Cloud Infrastructure. This session is for security specialists that want to get a cloud overview. Configuration details will not be covered in this session.
BRKCOL-2113 - Business Edition 6000 - Best Practice Session (2014 Milan) Overview on Business Edition 6000, new features and options. Best practices on speeding up installation and deployment processes in customer environments.
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BRKDCT-2204 - Cisco complete Nexus portfolio deployment best practices (2012 Cancun) Data Center is increasingly becoming a strategic asset for Enterprises and is demanding extremely high level of resiliency and dependability. As more and more customers are looking to deploy Nexus family of products in their data center, it becomes important to learn from other's experiences and understand the intricacies involved in deploying Nexus family of switches. A frequently asked question is how OTHERs are deploying Nexus Switches. This session will share Cisco Advanced Services Team's experiences, lessons learned when deploying Nexus family of products, associated technologies, various customer's use cases and topologies. The presentation will cover topics around STP, vPC, Fabric Path, IP, OSPF, BGP, Multicast, OTV, Mac Pinning, vNIC and service nodes, etc. This session is not focus on any individual Nexus switch platforms or technologies. Mejores prácticas de implementación del portafolio completo de la serie Nexus Los Centros de Datos se están convirtiendo en un activo estratégico para las empresas y exige alto nivel de flexibilidad y confianza. Cada vez mas clientes estan buscando implementar productos de la familia Nexus en sus centros de datos, por lo que se vuelve muy importante aprender de otras experiencias y aprender las complejidades que envuelven la implementación de switches de la familia Nexus. Una pregunta muy frecuentes es como OTROS clientes implementan los switchesNexus. Pensando en dar respuesta a esta pregunta en esta sesión el Grupo de servicios Avanzados de Cisco compartirán sus experiencias, lecciones aprendidas cuando se implementan productos de la familia Nexus, tecnologias asociadas, varios casos de uso de cliente y topologías. La presentación cubrirá temas interesantes como STP, vPC, Fabric Path, IP, OSPF, BGP, Multicast, OTV, Mac Pinning, vNIC, nodos de servicio, etc.. Esta sesión no esta enfocada en una tecnologias o plataforma especifica de Nexus.
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BRKVIR-2010 - Cisco Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (Cisco VXI) - End to End System (2012 Cancun) VXI - Avances en virtualización de escritorios desde el punto de vista de colaboraciónCisco VXI is a comprehensive, end to end virtualization system. VXI facilitates rapid deployment of desktops, and improves control and security by improving visibility at the VM level. The VXI system also offers the industry's lowest total cost of ownership. VXI integrates rich media and network services to improve performance and application response. The VXI modular, eco-system-based architecture preserves customer flexibility, and ensure long term alignment with the industry. The VXI system comprises mandatory and optional components from both Cisco and third-party technology partners. Mandatory components are those that provide the basic foundation for a virtualized desktop deployment A VXI configuration includes these components: ? Compute (Cisco) ? Hypervisor (Technology Partner) ? VDI Desktop Software (Technology Partner) ? Storage (Technology Partner) ? Endpoints ? Networking (Cisco) ? Applications (Cisco) This session will provide in-depth design considerations and guidelines for deploying an end to end Virtual eXperience Infrastructure (VXI). It is designed to offer technical information to the networking professional planning to deploy a VXI system. Descubra las soluciones de virtualización de escritorio de nueva generación de Cisco. Primero se hará una introducción a dichas tecnología y qué las hacen diferentes en el mercado integrando el datacenter, redes sin fronteras y colaboración. Se revisarán los componentes: connection broker, directory, hypervisor, display protocol y clientes; provisionamiento de los escritorios; streaming de aplicaciones; Unified Computing Systems y almacenamiento para VDI; finalmente introducción al diseño de redes para soporte de virtualización de escritorios.
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BRKEWN-2010 - Design and Deployment of Enterprise WLANs (2012 Cancun) This session focuses on design and deployment concepts for enterprise and branch office WLAN deployments, i.e. the core technologies that drive and enable mobility services. Topics covered include protocol details like CAPWAP, deep-dives into new controller features, mobility protocols and design recommendations, and the latest in design and deployment recommendations for new WLAN controllers, including centralized and distributed deployments. We will also look into use cases for IPv6 deployments for wireless networks using latest software releases. Diseño e Implementación de Redes Inalámbricas Empresariales Esta sesión se focaliza en el diseño y conceptos de implementación de redes inalámbricas WLAN, incluyendo tecnologías que nos permiten habilitar servicios de movilidad. Entre los temas que se cubren durante la sesión esta CAPWAP y funcionalidades de los controladores en detalle, protocolos y recomendaciones de movilidad así como las últimas recomendaciones de diseño para los nuevos controladores WLAN, incluyendo redes tanto centralizadas como distribuidas. También cubriremos brevemente algunos casos de implementación con redes IPv6 usando las últimas versiones de software.
BRKEWN-2011 - Managing an Enterprise WLAN with Cisco Prime Network Control System (NCS) (2012 Cancun) This session focuses on Cisco Prime Network Control System (NCS) as a deployment, management, and troubleshooting tool for Cisco Unified Wireless and wired (access) networks. Attendees are required to have familiarity with basics of NCS installation; topics covered in this session are, but not limited to: deployment options with NCS (templates, auto-provisioning); operational insights, system dashboards, trends, alarms; drill-downs, cross-linked intuitive workflows to monitor client related information; enhanced reporting interface design and customization abilities. This session should be complemented with BRKEWN-2010 to get a complete overview of the advanced management and mobility services offered for a Cisco Wireless LAN. Gestionando una Red Inalmbrica Empresarial con el sistema Cisco Prime Network Control (NCS) Esta sesion se focaliza en Cisco Prime Network Control System (NCS), como herramienta de implementacion, gestion y resolucion de problemas en redes inalimbricas unificadas. Los participantes requieren tener cierto conocimiento basico de instalacion de NCS. Los temas que cubriremos son, entre otros: opciones de implementacion con NCS (autoprovisionamiento, planillas), tendencias, alarmas, vistas del sistema, status de operaciones, interfase de reporteo y opciones de personalizacion, etc. Esta sesion se debe de complementar con la BRKEWN-2010 para tener una vista completa de las soluciones y servicios de movilidad que se pueden ofrecer.
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BRKARC-3001 - Cisco Integrated Services Router G2 - Architectural Overview and Use Cases (2012 Cancun) This session will target the technical audience interested in the integrated services available in the latest branch routers from Cisco and the advances that have been made beyond the original ISRs. We'll spend time looking at the latest innovations introduced with the second generation of ISR as well as the capabilities built into the platforms that will allow them to grow with branch needs over time without the need for expensive hardware upgrades. There will be something here for those unfamiliar with Cisco branch routers as well as those intimately familiar with the original ISRs. Cisco Integrated Services Router G2 - Arquitectura y casos prácticos de utilización Esta sesión estará enfocada hacía una audiencia técnica interesada en los servicios integrados disponibles en los últimos Routers para Surcursales de Cisco y los avances que se han realizado más allá de los ISRs originales. Vamos a pasar el tiempo viendo las últimas innovaciones introducidas en la segunda generación de ISR; así como también, las capacidades construídas en las plataformas que permitirán el crecimiento de acuerdo a las necesidades en el tiempo de la Sucursal sin la necesidad de gastar grandes cantidades de dinero por la actualización de hardware. Habrá algo para los que no estén familiarizados con los routers de Surcursales Cisco y también para aquellos que sí lo estén con los ISR originales.
BRKUCC-2225 - Unified Communications (UC) Applications on Unified Computing Systems (UCS) (2012 Cancun) Aplicaciones de Comunicaciones Unificadas en UCS (Unified Computing Systems)This intermediate level session will discuss the fundamentals of designing a virtual UC solution on UCS and 3rd party platforms. This session will provide the technical requirement for this supported architecture as well as migration tasks for the migration of a HP, IBM or MCS platforms onto a Unified Computing Systems (UCS) environment. This session will then provide best practices to minimize downtime and ensure a successful migration. Esta sesión de nivel intermedio cubre los fundamentos de diseño de una solución virtual de UC en UCS y plataformas de terceros. Proveeremos los requisitos técnicos para soportar esta arquitectura así como las tareas clave de migración de plataformas HP, IBM o MCS hacia un ambiente de cómputo unificado "Unified Computing Systems (UCS)". La sesión comparte las mejores prácticas para minimizar el tiempo sin servicio y asegurar una migración exitosa.
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 servicioTo 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.
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BRKUCC-2567 - Building a Highly Available collaboration Solution (2012 Cancun) Construyendo unas solucion de colaboración de alta disponibilidadThe session starts with a clear definition of HA and its measurements then plunges into architecture aspects , features and procedures to ensure Collaboration HA. Will be cover the best practices for deployments that need resilient collaboration Solutions. Collaboration HA is built from the network up and should cover all the critical elements in order to ensure a resilient service. Empezaremos la sesión con una clara definición de Alta Disponibilidad (HA) , las mediciones de la misma y como impacta esto en la arquitectura, funcionalidades y procedimoentos de la solucion de colaboración de Alta Disponibilidad. Cubriremos mejores prácticas para implementaciones que requieren de soluciones de colaboración con muy alta disponibilidad. Explicaremos como las redes deben ser construidas de la red hacia arriba, a las aplicaciones, cubriendo todos los elementos necesarios para ofrecer un servicio confiable.
BRKRST-2051 - Software Defined Networks and OpenFlow (2012 Cancun) Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a new approach to networking, complementing traditional network architectures. SDN aims at the normalization of network configuration and control through open programmatic interfaces to individual network devices as well as to the whole network SDN incorporates concepts for network and network topology virtualization, and enables customized control planes. The latter allows close alignment of the network forwarding logic to the requirements of applications. OpenFlow is a specification being developed by the ONF that defines a flow-based forwarding infrastructure and a standardized application programmatic interface (API) that allows a controller to direct the functions of a switch through a secure channel. This was OpenFlow complements SDN. This session supplies an overview of the different concept present in SDN, discusses contributing technologies, and reviews OpenFlow as a protocol. The SDN concept is put into perspective with existing and evolving network architectures and principles. Redes definidas por software (SDN: Software Defined Networks) y OpenFlow Software Defined Networking (SDN) o Redes Definidas por Software es un nuevo acercamiento a las redes, que complementa las arquitecturas tradicionales. SDN apunta hacia la normalización de configuración y contro de redes via interfaces abiertas programables y dispositivos de red individuales. SDN incorpora conceptos de red, virtualizacion y planes de control más customizados. Openflow es una especificación en desarrollo por parte de ONF que define una infraestructura basada en flujos y la estandarización de interfaces abierta de programación API que permite a un controlador dirigir las funciones de un switch por un canal seguro. SND y Openflow se complementan. En esta sesión presentaremos el concepto de SDN, discutiendo las tecnologías que contribuyen a Openflow como un protocolo. El concepto de SDN se pone en perspectiva con las arquitecturas y principios existentes de red.
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BRKEVT-2315 - Pervasive Business Video – Understanding the Cisco/Tandberg Infrastructure Product Line (2012 Cancun) Over the last few years, the growing interest in enterprise video collaboration has driven the development of different solutions: traditional room videoconferencing, immersive TelePresence experiences, personal video telephony, PC-based video clients and web collaboration. Enterprise customers are now faced with the challenge of integrating these solutions into a single TelePresence architecture that optimizes the end user experience. This session provides an overview for all components of a TelePresence deployment including: endpoints, call control, conferencing, and scheduling/management. Recent features and functionality will be covered as well as our direction for the future. Many of the most recent features are dependent on the grouping of specific software versions across the solution. This session will explain these requirements and dependencies to ensure a successful TelePresence deployment. This breakout will cover the entire TelePresence solution with special focus on infrastructure and integrations like webex-one-touch. PERVASIVE BUSINESS VIDEO – Conozca la Linea de Productos de Video integrada Cisco/Tandberg En los últimos años, el creciente interés en la video colaboración empresarial ha impulsado el desarrollo de diferentes soluciones: la sala de videoconferencia tradicional, las experiencias de telepresencia inmersiva, la video telefonía personal, basados en clientes de video en PC y colaboración web. Los clientes empresariales se enfrentan ahora al reto de integrar estas soluciones en una arquitectura única de Telepresencia que optimice la experiencia del usuario final. Esta sesión ofrece una visión general de todos los componentes de una implementación de TelePresencia, incluyendo: criterios de valoración, control de llamadas, conferencias y programación y gestión. Características y funcionalidades más recientes serán cubiertas, así como nuestra dirección hacia el futuro. Muchas de las características más recientes son dependientes de la agrupación de versiones de software específicas a través de la solución. En esta sesión se explican los requisitos y dependencias para garantizar una implementación exitosa
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BRKARC-1987 - Nexus 5500 family: products update and implementation best practices (2012 Cancun) Nexus 5500 family: products update and implementation best practices (2012 Cancun)
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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
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BRKSPV-1919 - Video Transport Architectures (2012 Cancun) Arquitecturas de Transporte de VideoThis 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
BRKCRS-2031 - Multilayer Campus Architectures and Design Principles (2012 Cancun) This session features best practices for deploying the Cisco Multilayer Campus Model with an emphasis on high availability. It focuses on the technology alternatives related to an enterprise campus network. The session contains design and implementation guidance on technology and protocol alternatives like NSF/SSO, HSRP, GLBP, Spanning Tree (PVSTP+), and Rapid Spanning Tree (Rapid PVST+). Software features and design principles for each layer of the hierarchical network model are covered. Detailed examples are presented of failure analysis scenarios and LAN and Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) tuning related to enterprise networks. Finally the session treats common pitfalls such as asymmetrical routing, unicast flooding, and routing black holes and provides best practices for optimizing an enterprise campus network to support today's business applications. This session is for attendees responsible for the design, deployment, operations, and management of enterprise campus networks. Introductory knowledge of Spanning Tree, routing protocols, and LAN switching is recommended. Principios de diseño y arquitectura de redes campus jerarquicas Esta sesión habla de mejores prácticas de implementación de una red Campus multinivel ( Cisco Multilayer Campus Model) con enfásis en alta disponibilidad. Es una guia de diseño e implementación en tecnologías y protocolos alternativos como lo son: NSF/SSO, HSRP, GLBP, Spanning Tree (PVSTP+), y Rapid Spanning Tree (Rapid PVST+). Funcionalidades de software y principios de diseño por capa son parte del contenido a cubrir. Habrá ejemplos detallados sobre escenarios de análisis de fallas, LAN y tambien ajuste fino de protocolos de ruteo IGP. Finalmente hablaremos de casos comunes de falla como ruteo asimétrico, inundación de red por tráfico unicast, hoyos negros de ruteo, y también cubriremos mejores prácticas para optimizar la red campus de tal forma que pueda soportar las aplicaciones de negocio existentes. La sesión está dirigida a personas responsables de diseñar, implementar, operar y gestionar redes corporativas. Es recomendable tener conocimiento básico de protocolos de ruteo, spanning tree y LAN switching.
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BRKCRS-2887 - Converged Access - New Solution and Platform Introduction (2013 London) This session will cover the Converged Access architecture in general and the system architecture of a new Cisco Catalyst product. Spend a day with the wired and wireless packets as they ingress and egress the system and visit the various components within the system. Expect to see topics such as the TCAM design, usage and learn to tweak the TCAM resources to fit your specific deployment needs. After this foundation, hear about wired/wireless QOS that enables differentiated bandwidth allocation per port, per AP, radio, SSID and client. You will gain insight into 802.1x that enables uniform policies across wired/wireless at a single point of enforcement in the network, leveraging the intelligence of the Identity Services Engine. Finally gain visibility into wired and wireless traffic using Cisco's Flexible NetFlow thereby knowing the top talkers and applications in the network. Last but not the least, learn about what are the High Availability options on this new platform and solution.
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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.
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