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Aug 17, 2018 at 05:15 UTC
Lame that you cannot browse this second hand store publicly . On the other hand Cisco understands that there is a big market out there in refurbished stuff and offering their own piece of that pie.
Aug 17, 2018 at 06:16 UTC
Why the need for click-baiting with the title? Why not just title it with "Check out Cisco Refresh to get the value of Cisco products"?
But let me answer, no, Cisco is still not affordable...
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Aug 10, 2018 at 16:07 UTC
I give it a shot. Entered!
I'm in, thanks!
Best of luck!!!
Aug 10, 2018 at 18:35 UTC
threw my hat in the ring
Let’s talk Sustainable Security Technology
Patrick Crowley was the founder of Observable Networks. He’s also a professor, and has spent a good part of his career running a federally and commercially sponsored research program focused on cutting-edge network security.
So he’s got a lot to say on the topic, and we captured a bunch of his most interesting points in this episode of the Cloud Unfiltered podcast. Among other things, Patrick explains:
· How “unsolvable problems” drove him from being a dyed-in-the-wool deep packet inspection guy to someone seeking new, sustainable security solutions
· What AWS did that was key to Observable Networks success
· What network flow records do and why they’re important for security purposes
· What entity modeling is and why it’s central to the Stealthwatch Cloud approach
· How Stealthwatch Cloud learns what a threat looks like and how long that learning takes
Hey Developers and Google Cloud Aficionados!!
Cisco is bringing our DevNet community together with Google’s Technology Partners by challenging them to reimagine how business is done and how IT is managed in a hybrid cloud environment. We’re challenging you to build game-changing hybrid cloud applications using the Cisco Container Platform with Google Cloud Platform services to win some pretty spectacular prizes.
To get you ready for this challenge, DevNet is offering workshops, office hours, and sandboxes using Cisco Container Platform with Google Cloud services. Learn how a hybrid deployment can address data sovereignty concerns, such as GDPR compliance in Europe versus data regulations in China. Cisco Container Platform can manage the data on-prem while Google Cloud Platform can analyze the data regardless of location. Learn how you can connect cloud data from a private cloud to the Google Cloud Platform or even data from edge devices to run analytics and employ machine learning. For example, a factory may have data from sensors combined with location analytics from a Meraki cloud. By analyzing the data from these sources in Google Cloud, you can build predictive models to prevent outage or breakdown costs, by predicting failures ahead of time.Get hands-on in the DevNet Sandbox
Visit DevNet to get started and register for the challenge. You can get hands-on with the Cisco Container Platform in the DevNet Sandbox, and start planning your project. We will start accepting submissions in September and will choose the winners in November. All submissions must use Cisco Container Platform and Google Cloud Platform, and we’re looking for the overall functionality of the product, user interface design and creativity.
Register here: https://developer.cisco.com/googlechallenge/
Our judges will choose two grand prize winners and ten finalists and deliver prizes worth over $160,000 in total. The winners’ solutions will be promoted across both the Cisco and Google Cloud partner ecosystems and will be invited on stage with me at Cisco Live in Barcelona in January 2019.
Hey, I have tried to get a hold of cisco to see if you guy wanted to be a part of the Vancouver Meet up.
But it has been over a week, can you get some one to contact me?
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Aug 15, 2018 at 14:25 UTC
Just sent you a PM to arrange details. Cheers
Aug 15, 2018 at 19:21 UTC
Why was everyone so excited about Kata at the last OpenStack Summit? In this episode of the Cloud Unfiltered podcast, Anne Bertucio of the OpenStack Foundation, also Community Manager for Kata, explains where Kata came from, what Kata does, why the 1.0 release is such a big deal, and how it fits into the larger mission of the OpenStack Foundation.
And if you’d like to check out past episodes of this podcast (we’ve got almost 50 of them!), just pop on over to the archive at https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/cloud/podcasts.html. Really. Do it. There’s some great stuff in there.
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