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Last week where to buy viagra, I was part of the Gestalt IT Network Field Day in San Jose, CA. You may have noticed a lot of buzz on twitter and blogs. The purpose of the Tech Field day is to bring independant people active in the networking community together with vendors to discuss products, ideas, technologies and most important Networking. Not only Networking in a technical sense but also networking in terms of people.  

 

The Community

  It has been great in the past 3-4 years to see so many people being active in the Networking community. Blogs, Twitter, Forums, Facebook and other forms of social networking has changed the way we learn and interact. In a conversation with Steve Foskett, I asked him how he came up with the name: . His original idea is based on the Gestalt Theory, most often simplified as "The whole is greater than the sum of the parts". Basically, as a community, there is a synergy to our efforts as bloggers, forum contributors and twitter personalities.   Although there are a few of us networking bloggers out there, there is still a need for more . . . especially at the associate and professional levels. If you have ever considered blogging, I invite you to post your study notes online. Share your tips and tricks.   If you are not interested in starting your own blog but have something to say, please contact me.    

The Vendors

  HP  HP was the first vendor to speak with us on Thursday morning. We heard about their Networking marketing strategy, the modular routers and the Datacenter switch. With its recent aquisition of 3com, it is obvious that HP has their sights directly on Cisco. They were very excited about the S12500 Datacenter switch and its ability to stand toe to toe with the Nexus 7000 and allow them to have "" datacenters. One presenter even said, "HP has not even been in the conversation in regards to the datacenter . . . until now". Next, we discussed the followed by the Security Solutions. The IMC network management software is really impressive and seems to do everything: snmp monitoring, netflow analysis, config management, AAA, NAC, etc. In my opinion, HP has a decent edge to core portfolio but they are still a few years away from gaining traction with engineers and channel partners. Cisco is currently the 800 lb gorilla . . . but then again, so was 3com at one time.     Solarwinds Josh Stephens "Head Geek" at gave a great presentation on the Orion Network Managment Suite. It was a nice combination of  demo and technical deep-dive. The nice thing about Solarwinds is that they are very and strictly focused on network management. I was also able to catch up with Josh at dinner Thursday night. Really cool guy.   Here is a list of the Orion Modules:

They also have a great list of .     Cradlepoint was a nice change of pace for the afternoon discussions. Their personal and business class routers extend the connectivity of standard .   Gary Olivero was kind enough to give each of us device. My Motorola Droidx is not on the supported device list yet but that doesn' t mean I haven't been trying to get it to work anyways :)  Some of the delegates offered up a suggestion to develop a 3g device that can be used for out-of-band management.     Here in Southwest Missouri, there are still lots of rural areas that still do not have broadband access via cable or DSL but do have 3g cell towers. I spoke briefly with Gary and he said they are already very active in internet access for rural communities. Where to buy viagra if you are faced with problem, cradlepoint can extend internet access from your 3g usb [where to buy viagra] modem to your whole house wirelessly.       force10 dropped all marketing slides and gave us a real engineer's look at their switching/routing products "white board style" . They do not have a deep R&S product line but their products are all about the datacenter. As a pioneer in 10Gb Ethernet, they are not new to the game.   Their customer list includes major datacenter customers such as Facebook, Google and Yahoo. All of their R&S products run on the Force10 Operating system (FTOS), which is very much like Cisco IOS. So much so, that there are only slight differences in the configurations. This was my first exposure to Force10 and I was surprised to see how many people on twitter were ready to confirm satisfaction with their products.     juniperThe conversation at was mostly about switching in the datacenter and high availability. Unfortunately, my daily work does not involve large datacenters, so I felt lost during most of the discussion.   Also like some of the other vendors, this was my first exposure to Juniper. I had heard of Juniper but just never had any experience with their products outside of trying to find a copy of JUNOS to run in GNS3.   Speaking of emulation . . . . we really tried to get their guys to talk about offering a lab version of where to buy viagra JUNOS. They didn't have much to say except "keep pressuring Cisco about releasing a lab version of IOS". Hmmm. I really hope they decide to offer a  lab version. I believe it would really help further the acceptance of their products in the networking community.     If you are a Cisco engineer and interested in learning about JUNOS, Juniper offers free "" configuration guides. These guides offer step-by-step instructions and lots of examples.     Arista was my favorite presentation. Like Juniper, the presentation was about Datacenter switching. Their EOS operating system is linux-based and accessing the bash shell is encouraged. This means you can use any software package that runs on linux (just type 'bash' for shell access). Capture packets with tcpdump, use cron to schedule config changes, etc.   Will most competent engineers load tons of software on the switch? No but I like the fact that it is possible.   They also offer a free online to run in your lab. Its not the linux access alone that impresses me.   Basically, I feel included in what they are doing. I may be wrong, but I don't remember them saying "I can't talk about that" or "No, that will violate the software's terms of service" in their presentation.   .   Xsigo gave a very informative presentation and provided us with a lab to see how easy it is to configure virtual NICs on their I/O Director software. Here is a link to their .      

The Bloggers

  Meeting the other bloggers, was a great experience. I have been in contact with several of them and it was nice to finally meet them in real life.   Brandon Carroll, Steve Foskett, Jeremy Stretch, Jennifer Huber, Bob Plankers, Josh Horton, Jeremy Gaddis, Jeremy Filliben, Greg Ferro, Ivan Pepelnjak, Steven Rossen, Ethan Banks, Terry Slattery  

Ethan Banks
Greg Ferro
Jeremy Filliben
Jeremy Gaddis
Brandon Carroll
Jennifer Huber
Ivan Pepelnjak
Bob Plankers
Steven Rossen
Terry Slattery 
Jeremy Stretch

  Disclaimer: This event was sponsored entirely by the vendors mentioned above. My flight, hotel and food were all paid for by the vendors. I was not required to blog about the vendors or even mention them.


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