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Day One Books - Second Editions

by Juniper Employee on ‎08-20-2015 08:39 AM

Here at Juniper Books we publish over a dozen new titles every year. They range from advanced to beginning network engineering, from lab books to posters. This past week we published another Second Edition to a very popular book, This Week: Hardening Junos Devices, Second Edition, by John Weidley, a resident engineer working in the Washington D.C. area.



Introducing our Juniper Fan-of-the-Month for August, Marcel Ten Berg, an active Juniper Fan and distinguished expert on J-NETWe appreciate all he does and would like to congratulate him on being chosen for our August Fan-of-the-Month! Find out more about Marcel below!


Juniper Ambassador Twitter ChatYour design is ready to begin! You’ve gathered the initial inputs and considerations, and know what you’re solving for. Before you get start though – what are a few best practices and key considerations to have in mind? Our ambassadors shared their tips and tricks for to keep in mind during our July 14th #AskAnAmbassador Twitter Chat. Here’s their input!


NFD Logo.pngTune in live to watch our subject matter experts on Friday, Aug 21st from 8:30 am -12:30 pm/Pacific Time. They’ll be sharing their expertise and our technologies with networking influencers at Networking Field Day 10.



My company is a local government owned ISP and the aim of the network design is to unify all of the public administration offices of a small town into a single self-owned network infrastructure instead of multiple ones, in order to minimize the TCO by exploiting economies of scale.


Top Questions to Ask Before Beginning a Network Design

by Administrator Administrator ‎08-04-2015 08:52 AM - edited ‎08-14-2015 03:25 PM

Juniper Networks Ambassador Twitter ChatGreat! You’ve been given a new network design project, the opportunity to bring your skills to the table in a new design. But where do you begin? 


Introducing our Juniper Fan-of-the-Month for July!

by Administrator Administrator ‎07-06-2015 12:38 PM - edited ‎07-07-2015 10:11 AM

juniper_newsfeed_fotm_klundert_proof1.pngIntroducing our Juniper Fan-of-the-Month for Said Van de Klundert, an active Juniper fan on his website and Twitter. We appreciate all he does as a Juniper Advocate and would like to congratulate him on being chosen for our July Fan-of-the-Month! Find out more about Said below! 


Juniper Learning Bytes Scavenger HuntAnnouncing the Juniper Learning Byte Scavenger Hunt!


Have you noticed any words flash across Juniper’s Learning Byte videos? Try to collect them! This July Juniper Networks is hosting a scavenger hunt across its Learning Byte videos.





NANOG64 in San Francisco June 1-3 was record breaking in many ways: record attendance for a NANOG, most Juniper attendees ever, most Juniper speakers ever and most Juniper gear ever!



Kudos to the J-Net Members that have moved up the ranks!

by Administrator Administrator ‎06-01-2015 08:12 AM - edited ‎09-02-2015 04:48 PM

It's time to recognize community members that have been actively participating in J-Net and have reached the next level. We have 3 members that have joined the rank of Distinguished Experts this quarter!  Quite an accomplishment! Be sure to give kudos and accept solutions so that everyone that participates can move up the ranks faster and gain the recognition they deserve.


Network Designers, This One is For You!

by Administrator Administrator ‎05-28-2015 08:00 AM - edited ‎05-28-2015 12:06 PM

Juniper Network Design ChallengeGet your design skills ready, it’s a Juniper Design Challenge! Following the recent launch of Juniper’s new Design Certifications, we’re celebrating the skill of network design.


Congrats to Steve Puluka - J-Net Milestone: 3000+ posts

by Administrator Administrator ‎04-28-2015 01:50 PM - edited ‎04-28-2015 02:10 PM

Steve Puluka J-Net Community AwardWe are pleased to congratulate Steve Puluka, J-Net Distinguished Expert and Juniper Ambassador, for becoming the first J-Net member to post over 3,000 messages!



Juniper Lab Madness 2015In this post, we feature another contestant that we were unable to feature in our recent Lab Madness Competition. This is Opelo July’s entry, which depicts him configuring switches at a Junos Academy in Malaysia. We asked him to provide some additional background about his entry in this Q&A.


Junos ConfigurationWhen we put out a call for network lab images for our Lab Madness 2015 competition, we received more entries than we could feature! We reached out to a few of the contestants that didn’t make the bracket to inquire about their submission and find out the story behind their lab. Joao Prino, also known as @emperphis, on Twitter created a very cool animated image for his submission and tells us more about it in this Q & A.


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