For you regular users, you may have noticed that just before the weekend the Junosphere cloud was updated with several enhancements and a couple additional images. If you haven’t logged into Junosphere in the past couple days, I encourage you to do so to check out the changes.
The newest release of Junosphere has many new features, including a new graphical Topology Wizard. It’s been a while since my last blog – blame a busy schedule with work, travel and family vacation. If it’s been a long time since you used Junosphere, you will be pleased to see some of the new features we introduced.
In my last blog, I talked a little bit about the flexibility of Junosphere and how there are many different ways customers can—and do—use Junosphere. I was a little surprised that the very next day after my blog posted, I heard about a new use case that I hadn’t even thought of
Welcome to my first blog! I look forward to engaging with the community and ranting sharing my thoughts on some of the areas of networking that interest me the most. One of those areas, as you might have guessed from the title, is virtualization—specifically Junosphere, which as you may know is Juniper’s cloud-based virtual networking environment.
Brendan Hayes is a product marketing manager responsible for Juniper's Software Solutions Division. Brendan has been with Juniper since 2005, where he has played a key role in bringing to market some of the company’s most successful new products and solutions. Mr. Hayes has over 10 years experience in the networking industry, and prior to Juniper Brendan served a number of years in a public relations role at Sycamore Networks, a leader in intelligent optical networking. Brendan has a BA from the University of New Hampshire. In his spare time, Brendan enjoys fixing and driving old Jeeps, cars and motorcycles.
I am a routing technician at the UNH InterOperability Laboratory. I test both conformance and interoperability of numerous protocols, including OSPF, BGP, IS-IS, RIP, IPv4, IPv6, and others. I am a candidate for a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a minor in Computer Science. I plan on pursuing my masters degree in Computer Science at UNH after I obtain my degree. I teach piano and play basketball in my free time.