David Varnum

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David Varnum is Network and Data Center engineer, architect, consultant and blogger. CCIE DC #45880. His focus is adapting business strategies with emerging enterprise developments in data center, security and virtualization realms. Prior to his current role, he served as lead engineer and consultant in both private and public sectors. David holds his CCIE in Data Center and is an MCSE+ and VMware Certified Professional. A Cisco Champion, he also blogs at overlaid.net and blogs.cisco.com

Links with Tag @DavidVarnum, @Overlaid

  1. Selector Is Evolving the Way We Operate Networks
  2. Brief: When to Consider Anuta Networks for Automation
  3. Evolved On-Prem Networking With Netris
  4. The Aruba 8400 Switch is the Future of Enterprise Core Switching
  5. OpenFlow – Basic Concepts and Theory
  6. See in the Fog with Ixia CloudLens
  7. Apstra intends greatness beyond Sparta
  8. Forward Networks – Extraordinary Stuff!
  9. My thoughts on Paessler may surprise you
  10. How writing has turned walls into windows
  11. Fireflies, Synchronicity and SD-WAN
  12. ONUG – What is it, and why am I here?
  13. 802.11ac Wave 2 MGig and Ciscos 2800 & 3800 Series Access Points
  14. The roof, the roof, the roof is on IP
  15. Cisco Linguistics & The Grumpy Old Router
  16. OpenStack Neutron Lovebomb at NFD10
  17. What you need to know about Riverbed’s SD-WAN
  18. Big Switch Labs – A Playground for Big Minds
  19. The Application-centric model of Cisco’s IWAN