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December 2017 | By Zeeshan Rizvi @ Cisco
Learning SDN/NFV on a budget
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Learning SDN/NFV on a budget
 

So a couple of days ago, I was helping out a friend get started in the infrastructure automation with Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Automation with Ansible and other IaaC concepts.
 
The path we chose was to leverage Cisco's dCloud resources where you can just jump right in without having to worry about setting up a lab, software versions, vlans, IP addressing, etc. Getting signed up and showing around dCloud was going smoothly until dCloud went offline for maintenance and updates. And we hit an awkward pause.

 

 

Zeeshan Rizvi

Cloud / DevOps / SDN Strategy

at Cisco Systems Inc

 

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July 2017 | By Zeeshan Rizvi @ Cisco
Roadmap for success with DevOps
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Roadmap for success with DevOps
 

Do understand DevOps is a means to an end: Get your applications realize business benefits faster and efficiently. Plain and simple. Those applications could be the healthcare iOS apps or cutting edge integration of IoT with Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality/Mixed Reality or perhaps digitally transforming your existing customer interaction processes. Most certainly DevOps methodology can help you accelerate the outcomes faster.

 

 

Zeeshan Rizvi

Cloud / DevOps / SDN Strategy

at Cisco Systems Inc

 

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November 2016 | By Zeeshan Rizvi @ Cisco
Could SDN have avoided recent DDoS network outage?
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Could SDN have avoided recent DDoS network outage?
 

Last week’s DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack may have caused companies up to $110 million in lost revenue and sales [1]. As a result, throughout the day on Friday the 21st October, many users were unable to connect to popular sites like Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, Financial Times and many more in various parts of the U.S. as depicted on outage map above [4].

 

 

Zeeshan Rizvi

Cloud / DevOps / SDN Strategy

at Cisco Systems Inc

 

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