With over ten years of experience in the networking field, Bob McCouch has worked for some of the largest companies in the world in both internal support and customer-facing roles supporting LAN/WAN, WLAN, and voice networks. Currently, Bob works for a small consulting shop where he consults for customers with networks ranging from a few ports to thousands ports on technologies and solutions including core routing/switching, security, wireless, and data center networking.
Along with earning his Cisco CCIE in Routing and Switching in early 2013, Bob has been blogging, participating in the occasional podcast, and throwing his two cents in on Twitter.
In rare moments when he’s not working on a customer’s network, playing in the lab, or otherwise sitting at a keyboard Bob enjoys snowboarding and spending time with his wife and two young children. Bob resides in southeastern Pennsylvania in the United States, about 40 miles west of the city of Philadelphia.
Links with Tag @BobMcCouch
- Coming to SD-WAN: The Build vs. Buy Decision
- NFD13 Forecast – Cloudy With a Chance of Software
- Networking Field Day 9 Wrap-up on Software Gone Wild
- Thoughts on Building Tools versus “Programming”
- The Buzz About NetBeez
- NFD8 Recap: Nuage Networks – One to Watch
- Managing the Network as a Fabric — About Time!
- Dell Aims for the Clouds with Z9500 Spine
- Show 184 – The Future of Networking Part 2 as Inspired by #NFD7
- The Future of Networking Part 1 As Inspired By #NFD7
- Server Brawn + Switch Brains = Infrastructure Fabric
- Goodbye Snowpocalypse, Hello Networking Field Day 7!
- Application Monitoring with ThousandEyes
- 998 Extra Eyes on Your Applications
- Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure: Nexus 9000
- Big Switch Networks and the (possible) Future of Networking Hardware
- Spirent Avalanche NEXT – Making Network Testing Approachable
- My Networking Field Day 6 Experience
- Openly Passionate
- Show 153 – Cisco Live 2013 Roundtable Discussion with Tech Field Day