This topic is a chance to discuss more about Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA) and enterprise networking solutions within Software-Defined networking (SD-Access). As a network engineer you might be wondering what the future looks like for us, and if the current skills we hold will not become obsolete. The feature has a lot of amazing things on the network engineering field, the ability to automate the network and simply management tasks, lower costs and enhance current solutions, predict performance and act automatically without any user impact. Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA) roadmap will allow you to deploy new solutions faster, support larger environments with high precision, predict and adapt faster.
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Enrique Ramirez is an Enterprise Architect with the Main Street America Group in Jacksonville, Florida. Previous to this position, he was a Network Consultant at Dell Inc in Guadalajara, Mexico. With over more than 10 years of experience in Enterprise Networking, his main focus is in Routing & Switching, Security, Cloud, and Data Center Networking. Currently, Enrique is a CCIE R&S candidate and holds certifications like CCNP R&S, Security and CCDP, CCDA and CCNA R&S, Security and Wireless, AWS Solutions Architect and is part of the Cisco Champion program.
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