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|1.00PM - 1.50PMTime||Delivering Next Generation Wireless with the Cisco Catalyst 9800 and Cisco DNA Spaces||Tjie Seng Njauw,
Technical Solutions Architect,
|Download PDF||Cisco DNA Center and Intent Based Networking changes the way we design and deploy networks through Automation and Assurance, and delivers business value through Analytics.
The Catalyst 9000 family now expands into Wireless! This session will explore the capabilities of the recently released Catalyst 9800 Wireless Controller, which delivers high availability and scalability made possible by the Catalyst platform. The Catalyst 9800 enables new levels of flexibility, can be deployed as a traditional appliance, embedded in a Catalyst 9300 switch, or as a virtual machine in your own private cloud, or in the public cloud on Amazon Web Services. Find out how the Catalyst 9800 platform will provide the foundation for mobility in your business and next-generation wireless with the emergence of Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax).
Also, introducing Cisco DNA Spaces, a new Cloud-based platform which enables the digitisation of the people and things across the physical spaces of your business. Learn how Cisco DNA Spaces enables new solutions to drive digital transformation relevant to your organisation.
|1.50PM - 2.30PMTime||Cisco DNA Center - Under the Hood||Dilion Taylor,
Product Sales Specialist,
Technical Solutions Architect,
|Download PDF||Overwhelmed with excessive amount of day-to-day network management tasks such as configuration, provisioning, and troubleshooting? Or facing the pressure to roll out a new branch office or new services in an unreasonably short time? Or concerned about the enforcement of security policies across the entire network? Attend this session to learn about Cisco DNA Center, the network management and command center for Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA).
You will learn how Cisco DNA Assurance automatically identifies the root causes of wireless issues. See how to identify whether the user issue is really a wireless, application or other network infrastructure issue.
You will also learn Cisco SDA (Software Defined Access), the industry’s first intent-based network for enterprise. We will explore the different policy constructs in SDA and learn how policy is created, modified, applied, enforced and shared in SDA and across multiple domains.
|2.30PM - 3.10PMTime||Next Gen Cisco SD-WAN Architecture||Shamil Fernando,
Systems Engineering Manager,
|Download PDF||The evolving enterprise network means traditional approaches to WAN architecture cannot meet the increasing demands placed on IT. A new approach is required that can accommodate the need for rapid and consistent service delivery, application aware performance management, delivery of cloud alongside on-premise applications, and the growing requirements for secure network-wide segmentation. What’s needed is integrated security features such as Firewall with Application Awareness, Intrusion Prevention, URL-Filtering and DNS/Web-Layer protection into SD-WAN and a single pane of glass for provisioning, managing, monitoring, reporting and troubleshooting. This session will provide an introduction to the Cisco Next-Gen SD-WAN architecture and integrated security solution, a cloud delivered network fabric that is secure, scalable, open and simple to deploy. Cisco SD-WAN enables an enterprise to extend its network footprint to all infrastructure elements using a single platform. This includes branches, campus, remote sites, cloud and data center; incorporating any WAN transport type (Internet/MPLS/LTE).|
|3.10PM - 3.40PMTime||Model-driven configuration with cloud networking||Rick Stevenson,
Chief Research Officer,
|Download PDF||Historically, network device configuration and telemetry has been fragile, inconsistent and difficult to maintain. Model-driven configuration and telemetry allows network policies and state to be centrally described and automatically applied, using abstract models that are consistent across vendors. This has the potential to reduce operational complexity and allows consistent telemetry gathering in multi-vendor networks.
In this session you'll gain an overview of industry standard models including IETF and OpenConfig, learn how to perform common configuration and statistics gathering work using these models and open source tools, and walk through a practical example of migrating a manually maintained network to a programmable model-based approach through the implementation of open standards
|3.40PM - 4.30PM Time||Advanced IT Simplification with Cloud Networking||Derrick Phua,
|Cisco Meraki delivers Simplicity and Innovation to manage, scale, secure, monitor, troubleshoot and optimize the end-to-end infrastructure. Meraki's solution set and API capabilities for Managed Services have expanded business model for their end customers - see the Meraki product launches and integrations across the Cisco portfolio that firmly establish our holistic solutions as part of the Network. Experience product demos which showcase new ways to measure client and employee experiences, provide wireless assurance and analytics leveraging on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning on Meraki backend system and end-to-end application performance visibility to find out the root cause and remediate the issue instantly. In addition, see the new features that bring Meraki solution to the Intuitive network.|
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