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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.
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.
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.
BRKSAN-2047 - FCoE - Design, Operations and Management Best Practices (2012 Melbourne) 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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
BRKRST-2362 - Deploying Performance Routing (2012 San Diego) This session explains Cisco Performance Routing (PfR) technology as well as the latest enhancements and includes case studies. PfR allows network administrators to minimize bandwidth costs, enable intelligent load distribution, improve application performance, and deploy dynamic failure detection at the WAN access edge. Whereas other routing mechanisms can provide both load sharing and failure mitigation, Cisco IOS PfR makes real-time routing adjustments based on criteria other than static routing metrics such as response time, packet loss, jitter, path availability, traffic load distribution, and cost minimization. This session is for anyone who wants to understand and deploy Cisco IOS Performance Routing. For in depth understanding, LTRRST-2360 covers PfR hands-on lab session.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
BRKUCC-2667 - Unified CM Enhanced Locations CAC Design Session and Deployment (2013 Melbourne) Enhanced Locations CAC is a set of major features available in Unified CM 9.0 designed to bridge the gap between traditional Locations CAC and RSVP CAC. In this session we'll look at these 2 major uplifts to the traditional Locations CAC architecture and learn what problems they solve, how they work, configuration and interworking overview, upgrading from traditional Locations CAC as well as an in-depth discussion on design and deployment with best practices, design recommendations and guidelines.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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