We are excited to announce that Stefan Fouant has joined the Ambassador Team! Stefan has been in the networking business since the beginning of his career and brings a wealth of knowledge to the team, including some time at Juniper as a systems engineer and a technical trainer. Stefan authors a blog titled Shortest Path First where you can read up on a variety of topics and you can follow him on Twitter . Find out more about Stefan and his experiences in this interview.Read more...
We are very pleased to welcome Dan Hearty to our elite team of Juniper Ambassadors! Dan was recently Juniper’s Fan-of-the-Month due to his active advocacy on Twitter. He is also an Ingenious Champion in our Partner Champion Program and has a wealth of expertise in the Service Provider arena.
We are very pleased to welcome Nupur Kanoi to the Ambassador team! Nupur's advocacy spans across Twitter, and participation in many of our community activities including Fan-of-the-Month. Nupur recently attended our NXTWORK Customer Summit and was able to connect with many of our other Ambassador team members. Although she was quite busy attending sessions and taking certification exams at NXTWORK, I also had the opportunity to meet her. It's always a pleasure to engage with our passionate users from around the world in person!Read more...
We are excited to announce another new Ambassador team member, Matt Dinham. Matt is based in the UK and an avid blog writer & Twitter participant and a little bird told me that he is in the process of writing a new Day One book, so stay tuned for that! Learn more about Matt in his interview.Read more...
We are pleased to announce that we have a new member of the Ambassador team! A big welcome to Said van de Klundert who comes to us from The Netherlands and is an avid blogger. Check out Said's library of blog posts and follow him on Twitter. Read on to learn more about him in this interview.Read more...
We are very happy to introduce Jeff Fry as a new member of the Ambassador Team! In this interview you can find out more about him, the technology he has worked with and how he and "networking" go way back. He also actively participates on Twitter, so stop by, say hello and welcome him to the team!Read more...
We are pleased to welcome and introduce Jide Akintola, a new member of our Ambassador team. Jide began his career as a systems administrator but when he was exposed to networking it generated a "spark" that began his adventure in the networking field and he hasn't looked back. Find out more about Jide and what he likes to do when he's not working in this interview.Read more...
We are very happy to introduce Willys Wendoh, nominated by his peers to become a Juniper Ambassador team member. Willys is known on both Twitter and J-Net as wendohw so be sure to stop by and congratulate him. Growing up he thought being the best Doctor in town would be a rewarding career but he finds that helping customers across Africa build their networks is just as fulfilling. Read on to find out more about Willys.
Welcome to the team Willys!Read more...
We are very pleased to introduce Tom Dwyer, who was nominated by his peers to become a member of the Juniper Ambassador team. Tom is known as traceoptions on Twitter and also uses the same handle in J-Net. He highly recommends Day One Guides as a good starting point for new Juniper users and says once you work with Junos it's hard to go back to the old way of doing things. Find out more about Tom and what he likes to do when he's not working in this interview.
Welcome to the team Tom!Read more...
Below is a list of the 5 network things I am looking forward to in 2015 (in no particular order).Read more...
I've been playing around with automation a lot recently. It's been a fun voyage and I'm hoping that some of the tips I give others can use.
In the past year I learned that SDN is real, and is about to change the world.
Now let me take a step back. At the start of 2014 I was like many others in the networking world who believed SDN was just a buzzword. I believed that automation and perhaps a bit of traffic engineering was all that SDN amounted to. But now my eyes have been opened to the real possibilities.Read more...
It has been an interesting year for the network industry and in particular the way we perceive threats. Our networks have been the plumbing in which our applications connect. We have wrapped ring fences around areas of our network, defined what can communicate to each other and ensured postures were maintained.Read more...
We are pleased to introduce Clay Haynes a new member of the Juniper Ambassador team. Clay is known on Twitter as @dark_15 and pens a blog titled "Tank on Networking". We recommend you take a look at some of the great articles he has written. Find out more about Clay in the interview below. We particularly love hs advice to newbies, Learn and embrace "commit confirmed". Congrats Clay and a warm welcome to the team!Read more...
We are pleased to introduce Darren O'Connor, a recent addition to the Ambassador Team. Darren comes to us from the UK and likes to visit other cultures. He has some great advice for new Juniper users "Stick with it. Once you know it you see its power. Read on to find out more about Darren.Read more...
- AMBASSADOR BOOKS
- O'Reilly/Juniper Series: Juniper MX Series, 2nd Edition
- Day One: Migrate Cisco ASA to Juniper SRX Series
- Day One: Routing the Internet Protocol
- Day One: Finishing Junos Deployments
- This Week: An Expert Packet Walkthrough on the MX Series 3D
- Day One: Juniper Ambassadors’ Cookbook for 2014
- Day One: Juniper Ambassadors’ Cookbook for Enterprise
- Day One: Junos for IOS Engineers
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