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July 22, 2017
Part-2 Design Networks with Cybersecurity Risk in Mind

Part-1 of this blog series defined and discussed the concepts of risk management in the context of cybersecurity. Part-2 takes cybersecurity risk as an input or a baseline in architecting…

July 14, 2017
Design Networks with Cybersecurity Risk in Mind

Without any doubt, cybersecurity risks increasingly adding critical impacts on the overall IT risk, and that’s why it’s one of the top concerns of today’s organizations in the cyberspace. At…

April 3, 2017
Why a Flexible DC Solution like ACI is Important in The Digital Age?

“This blog is based on my own opinion and not a company or someone else view, it will use a sample case study to show how digital transformation can change…

March 6, 2017
Why Cisco ACI Can Be More Reliable Than NSX? – A Network Architect Perspective

First of all, this blog is based on my own opinion and not a company or someone else view. That’s why I call it “network architect perspective”. Therefore, this blog…

January 30, 2017
Part-2- Enterprise Internet Multi-Homing Design – Technical Design Considerations

After you have obtained enough information to help you decide what are the business and applications’ needs and drivers (refer to Part-1 of this blog series for more info), it’s…

January 23, 2017
Enterprise Internet Multi-Homing Design – Business Driven Approach

This topic is one of the most common design topics. If you do a quick google search you will find a lot of blogs and vendors’ papers discussing how to…

December 13, 2016
Cisco ACI & TrustSec – A Holistic Approach for Secure Enterprise Networks

One of the key design approaches of any successful design is the ‘holistic approach’. With this approach, as a network designer or architect, typically you need to look at the…

December 6, 2016
How Cisco Online Communities Helped Me to Achieve My CCDE

Disclaimer: This is not a promotional blog; it is purely based on my personal experience. We all know that CCDE stands for Cisco Certified Design Expert. The key word in…