Sharing our technical expertise with networking professionals around the world is part of the NetCraftsmen mission. And our own Terry Slattery is advancing that mission this week at Interop Las Vegas, a leading IT conference and expo.
Terry will be a featured speaker, leading two important informational sessions:
Date: Thursday, April 30
Time: 10:30AM – 11:30AM
Software Defined Networking APIs are being adopted as a way to achieve more granular network management than has ever been possible in real-time networks. Terry will delve into the current state of the art, and look at what’s ahead.
Date: Thursday, April 30
Time: 11:45AM – 12:45PM
Configuring your IP network to support real-time voice and video will only get more challenging as these applications spread through your user base. Terry will review the fundamental best practices of network management for real-time traffic, and some of the most critical emerging issues.
If you’re already planning to attend Interop Las Vegas, don’t miss these vital sessions. If not, there’s still time to register. Whether or not you’ll be in Las Vegas, professionals interested in learning more about SDN should start with Terry’s Reading List on the subject – personally curated as a terrific technical primer for networking pros.
Terry was also interviewed by Marcia Savage for InformationWeek Network Computer in her article, “SDN & UC Integration: A Work In Progress.”
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