Community Live video- Getting to know Cisco SD-WAN
(Live event - formerly known as Webcast- Wednesday December 11, 2019 at 10 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern / 7 pm Paris)
This event had place on Wednesday 11th, December 2019 at 10hrs PDT
This session provides an overview of the Cisco Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) solution, its historical roots, the drivers behind SD-WAN adoption, benefits, evolution, and the inner mechanisms that make it attractive to business. In addition, experts explains SD-WAN on-boarding activities and daily operations. The event includes a live demonstration of the solution and its capabilities and provides a practical overview of SD-WAN.
David Samuel Peñaloza Seijas works as a Senior Network Consulting Engineer at Verizon Enterprise Solutions in the Czech Republic. Previously, he worked as a Network Support Specialist in the IBM Client Innovation Center in the Czech Republic. David is an expert interested in all topics related to networks. However, he focuses mainly on data centers, enterprise networks, and network design, including software-defined networking (SDN). David has a long relationship with Cisco. He has been a Cisco Instructor for the Cisco Academy and was recognized as a Cisco Champion and aCisco Designated VIPfor 2017, 2018, and 2019. David holds CCNP R&S, CCDP, CCNA Security, CCNA CyberOps, and CCNA SP certification. Currently, he is pursing a CCDE.
Juan Rangel is a Technical Consulting Engineer on the Software-Defined WAN team at the Customer Experience (CX) Center. Before he joined the SD-WAN team, he worked on the Routing Protocols team. Juan has nine years of experience in networking and has in-depth knowledge of the America Mobile International Network. Before Juan joined Cisco, he worked at Telmex, Huawei, and Citi. He holds a degree in computer systems engineering from the University of the Americas in Mexico. Juan holds the CCNP Security and CCNP Service Provider certifications, a Huawei HCDA certification, an ITIL v3 Foundation certification, and a CCIE R&S certification (#62667). Juan likes languages and he is fluent in Spanish, English and Portuguese.
Juan Flores is a Technical Consulting Engineer on the Software-Defined WAN team at the Customer Experience (CX) Center. Before he joined the SD-WAN team, he worked on the Routing Protocols team. Juan specializes in Routing Protocols, Service Provider technologies (MPLS), switching, Nexus administration with routing protocols, and SD-WAN technologies. Juan holds a degree in computer systems engineering from the University of the Valley of Mexico. He holds a CCNA R&S certification and he is pursing certifications in CCIE R&S and CCIE SP.
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