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What the heck is SDN? Software Defined Networking (SDN) is high on the hype list in the networking world, promising a virtualized environment, software provisioning, simple service deployments, simplified architectures, lower costs, and well, heck, motherhood, apple pie, and America.
In this informative, educational, and non-‘salesy’ session, Arista Networks has partnered with IGX Global to cut through the fluff like a hot knife through butter and get into the nitty gritty of SDNs. We will explore when to use SDN technologies, what problems they solve, and how to prepare your infrastructure today so that you have complete freedom of choice in how to solve your IT/business challenges without ever being locked into one vendor.
Invite your team and join us on Tuesday, May 30, 2013 at Carmen Anthony Steakhouse of New Haven for Happy hour – cocktails, hot food and a complimentary Integrating Software Defined Networks seminar:
We look forward to seeing you there!
Louie Di Diodato
Prior to Louie’s current role as Senior Systems Engineer at Arista Networks, Louie Di Diodato was a Senior IP Specialist at Alcatel Canada. Louie was responsible for the development of technical sales strategies with the Strategic Accounts segment of Alcatel Canada. Before Alcatel Canada, Louie spent 10 years at Cisco Systems where he held increasingly senior management positions in Systems Engineering and was a certified Internetworking Expert. Louie’s subject matter expertise included switching and routing, ATM and VoIP. Louie has authored a number of technical papers which have been published in trade journals and has been a speaker at such events as Networkers, VON, Network World/Interop and others.