This event had place on Tuesday 16th, February 2020 at 10am PST
The need for virtual collaboration across individuals, teams, organizations, and industries has been significantly changed with the global challenges presented in 2020. The industry now demands rapid adoption of cloud services and more flexible integrations across disparate services and geographies.
In this session, Cisco Press authors and collaboration experts address how border controllers play a key role in enabling the on-premise to cloud migration and consumption of collaboration technologies. They provide a review of new Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE) features, and some insight into how Session Border Controllers (SBCs) are enabling cloud integrations and improving collaboration security.
Join the solution experts, who have a combined total of over 70 years of experience designing or supporting complex enterprise collaboration deployments. In addition, the authors will revisit a selection of topics that were covered in the book Understanding Session Border Controllers, and review how the concepts remain important and relevant in a changing world.
This event provides an opportunity to interact with the authors in real-time and learn more about them, their story, the story behind their publications, and how they became renowned experts.
Kaustubh Inamdar is a Technical Leader and currently a Manager for Cloud Collaboration Engineering. He is a subject matter expert in the area of real-time communications and has deep knowledge of the associated standards and protocols. He is the co-inventor of eight patents in diverse areas such as collaboration, security, machine learning, and cloud technologies and is also involved in standardization efforts at the IETF. Kaustubh holds a CCIE in Collaboration #4227.
Steve Holl leads the strategy and engineering delivery of teams that support Cisco's cloud-hosted collaboration platforms, as well as teams supporting some of Cisco's largest enterprise collaboration deployments. He previously served as a team lead for voice solutions in Cisco’s Global TAC. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in applied networking and system administration and a Master of Engineering in engineering management. Steve holds different certifications such as ITIL Expert, PMP, Six Sigma Black Belt, and a CCIE in Collaboration #22739.
Arun Arunachalam is a Cisco Principal Engineer, responsible for resolving complex problems in large-scale collaboration networks and driving solution-level serviceability requirements. He worked closely with engineering teams to implement end-to-end call signaling analysis using SIP Session-ID across Unified Communications and Contact Center products and with industry experts for defining end-to-end SIP message logging capabilities (logme). He is passionate about customer experience and has led innovations such as such as Faster Cisco Support Experience, Virtual Spaces, and TAC Connect Bot. He is a co-inventor of six patents (issued). His areas of interest include ease of doing business, talent development, and innovation. Arun holds a CCIE certification #14809).
Kyzer Davis is an escalation point for various worldwide cloud and collaboration teams within Cisco Systems. He is the focal point for supporting, troubleshooting, and resolving complex, solution-level problems involving voice, video, cloud, and security portions of the Cisco Unified collaboration product portfolio. Kyzer has authored and presented numerous technical white papers on Cisco collaboration configuration, architecture, protocol design, and security topics; many of which are leveraged by Cisco partners, Cisco exam instructors, and Cisco employees for training and education. He works with Learning@Cisco on strategy and content development for numerous Cisco certifications. Kyzer holds a CCIE certification in Collaboration #54735.
Gonzalo Salgueiro is a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco working in the Customer Experience Technology Office. He has spent 24+ years at Cisco, establishing himself as a subject matter expert, an innovator, and an industry thought leader in various technologies, including collaboration, cloud, and IoT. Gonzalo is a regular presenter and distinguished speaker at a variety of technical industry conferences and events around the world. Gonzalo has held various industry leadership roles, including serving as a member of the board of directors of different organizations and industry groups, he is an active contributor to various industry organizations and standardization activities. Gonzalo holds a CCIE certification #4541.
Understanding Session Border Controllers is the first comprehensive guide for network professionals and consultants who want to successfully master B2BUA/SBC theory, design, deployment, integration, operation, security, and troubleshooting. Using examples based on CUBE, the authors offer insights that will be valuable to technical professionals using any B2BUA/SBC solution, in any environment.
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