The Network Is Code: Cisco at MFD4

Cisco’s presentation at Mobility Field Day was as dense with information as Lee Badman has come to expect. But what really struct him was Cisco’s focus on “the network is code.” For Lee, this needs to imply reliable code for it to be meaningful. He appreciates that the IOS-XE code base is a long way away from Cisco’s previous wireless efforts, and he’s anxious to see continued improvements from the company.


Decoupling the WLAN

Cisco is no stranger to Field Day events, and we were thrilled to have them present recently at Mobility Field Day. At event, they looked at how their Cisco 9800 IOS XE code can help solve the constant problem of organizations not updating. In this post, Scott Lester breaks down how they do this by offering multiple upgrade options to minimize disruptions to the network.


CTS 182: Mobility Field Day 4 – An Overview

Francois Verges was one of several new faces that attended Mobility Field Day earlier this week. He recently spoke to Rowell Dionicio on an episode of the Clear to Send podcast. Francois recapped the Mobility Field Day Experience and what he thought of the presentations. Be sure to listen as a preview before diving into the full presentation video.


A New Way to Onboard

In this post, Scott Lester looks at Cisco’s OpenRoaming initiative as a way to make faster handoffs from LTE to public Wi-Fi without dropping called. Scott got to see an in depth presentation on this at Mobility Field Day, and get’s into the technical details in this post.


East West Segmentation With ACI

East West Segmentation With ACI


Tech Field Day Extra at CLEUR – Day 2

Tech Field Day Extra at CLEUR – Day 2


Tech Field Day Extra at CLEUR – Day 1

Tech Field Day Extra at CLEUR – Day 1


Building Data Center Fabric: Junos Fusion vs Cisco FEX

Building Data Center Fabric: Junos Fusion vs Cisco FEX


Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN)

Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN)


Networking Field Day 10 Recap – Introduction to SD-WAN and Zero Touch Deployment

Networking Field Day 10 Recap – Introduction to SD-WAN and Zero Touch Deployment


Breach Presumption: The East-West Data Center Security Problem

Breach Presumption: The East-West Data Center Security Problem


OpenStack Neutron Lovebomb at NFD10

OpenStack Neutron Lovebomb at NFD10


Networking Heresy?

Networking Heresy?


Centralized vs. Distributed SD-WAN Functions

Centralized vs. Distributed SD-WAN Functions


The Application-centric model of Cisco’s IWAN

The Application-centric model of Cisco’s IWAN


The Importance of Quality in Infrastructure Software

The Importance of Quality in Infrastructure Software


Just How Big Is The SD-WAN Market? And Should We Care?

Just How Big Is The SD-WAN Market? And Should We Care?


What is SD WAN?

What is SD WAN?


This WAN Is Your WAN, This WAN Is My WAN

This WAN Is Your WAN, This WAN Is My WAN