LocationMövenpick Hotel Zurich-Regensdorf
For whom is this event intended?
This workshop targets data center or networking architects and designers who are planning, designing or building modern fabric- or virtualization-based data center infrastructure.
If you’re one of them, then this half-day workshop is a must-have overview of typical use cases, available products, and their interoperability.
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- Add to Calendar 16/05/2017 09:00:00 16/05/2017 17:35:00 38 ipSpace & NIL joint Workshop: VMware NSX, Cisco ACI or standard-based EVPN? Are you building a new data center fabric? Are you trying to decide whether to use VMware NSX or Cisco ACI? How about using EVPN solution from Arista, Brocade, Cisco, Cumulus Networks, Juniper or someone else? Can you use white-box switches with VMware NSX? Does it make sense to run VMware NSX on top of Cisco ACI?In co-operation with DIGS, we proudly present a joint ipSpace and NIL half-day, vendor independent workshop that will answer all these questions (and many more). Mövenpick Hotel Zurich-Regensdorf NIL firstname.lastname@example.org DD/MM/YYYY
Are you building a new data center fabric? Are you trying to decide whether to use VMware NSX or Cisco ACI? How about using EVPN solution from Arista, Brocade, Cisco, Cumulus Networks, Juniper or someone else? Can you use white-box switches with VMware NSX? Does it make sense to run VMware NSX on top of Cisco ACI?
The workshop will cover these major topics:
- What do you really need – an overview of virtual and physical network services your data center fabric should provide, including physical transport infrastructure, virtual networks, and security services like micro-segmentation;
- What do various products do? – An overview of what VMware NSX, Cisco ACI or a standard-based EVPN solution from Arista, Brocade, Cisco, Cumulus Networks or Juniper provides.
- How could I implement various network services with these products?
- How will my virtualized workload interact with the outside world? How will the VMs communicate with bare-metal servers?
- How can I reduce the size of failure domains in my data center?
- Can I use these products to build multi-pod or multi-DC environments?
After attending this workshop you'll be able to:
- Identify the features offered by VMware NSX, Cisco ACI and EVPN-based data center fabrics from major data center vendors;
- Select the product suitable for your environment based on the environment’s complexity, desired level of automation and self-service, and existing virtualization infrastructure;
- Integrate products from multiple vendors into an optimal data center infrastructure.
VMware NSX, Cisco ACI or EVPN is a half-day on-site workshop. The workshop can be extended by in-depth technical details or discussions of customer’s specific design challenges.
Fr. 645.— (including lunch afterward)
The attendees will receive full access to electronic version of the workshop materials, as well as related ipSpace.net videos with further technical details.
About the Authors
Ivan Pepelnjak, CCIE#1354 Emeritus, is an independent network architect, book author, blogger and regular speaker at industry events like Troopers, DIGS, RIPE and regional NOG meetings. He has been designing and implementing large-scale service provider and enterprise networks since 1990, and is currently using his expertise to help multinational enterprises and large cloud- and service providers design next-generation data center and cloud infrastructure.
Mitja Robas, CCIE#12907, is a data center-focused IT architect working for NIL Data Communications. He has more than fifteen years of experience in designing, implementing and supporting high-demand data centers, and complex networks and virtualization solutions deployed all over the world. Apart from a field and consulting engineer role, he acts also as an instructor and content developer for specialized courses and workshops, sharing his knowledge with engineers around the world. Recently he's been focusing on all-flash storage, software defined networking and cloud computing, exercising his curiosity in testing and analyzing those solutions.