Enterprise data doesn't move without enterprise networks. Few people understand those networks like Ethan Banks.
Join us as we talk with Banks about Ethernet, software-defined networks, and the future of enterprise networking in a wide-ranging interview and online discussion that will tackle the most pressing issues in today's enterprise network.
Ethan Banks, CCIE No. 20655, is a hands-on networking practitioner who has designed, built, and maintained networks for higher education, state government, financial institutions, and technology corporations.
Since April 2010, he has also been a host of the Packet Pushers Podcast. The technical program covers practical network design, as well as cutting-edge topics like virtualization, OpenFlow, software-defined networking, and overlay protocols. The podcast has had more than 1 million unique downloads and today reaches a global audience of more than 10,000 listeners. Also a writer, Banks covers network engineering and the networking industry for a variety of IT publications. He is the editor for the independent community of bloggers at PacketPushers.net.
He will be speaking at a variety of sessions at Interop 2014 in Las Vegas. We're bringing him to E2 Radio ahead of the conference to share his insight with you and allow you to ask your most critical questions. Join us for this outstanding episode. Your network users will be glad you did.
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