Tag Archives: consulting

The Confluence of Experience and Expertise

Recently I was called out to one of my customers, a local college, which had been fighting a variety of disruptive network issues for several days following a campus-wide power-down. After a short phone call, we agreed that I’d better get out there and take a look first-hand at what was going on. Remote work is almost always an option, but I always feel that getting my eyes directly on a problem helps. Sometimes I feel like “The Network Whisperer” when I get out to a customer in trouble — something just speaks to me and points me in the right direction.

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@greatwhitetec

Virtualization, Storage, and other techy stuff

The Stupid Engineer

I ask those questions you're too clever to.

Sunay Tripathi's Blog

Pluribus Networks Founder's Blog on OS, Networking, Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Solaris Architecture, etc

Ed Koehler's Blog

Just another WordPress.com weblog

JGS.io

Data networking, stray thoughts, nerdy fun...

Network Heresy

Tales of the network reformation

The Borg Queen

Jottings on the intersection of tech and humanness

Networking From The Trenches

Ramblings about my thoughts, experiences, and ideas.

In Search of Tech

Looking for the next big thing.

Networking 40,000

Attaining my CCIE with the help of Warhammer 40k

stubby router

just another networking blog

Ronnie Angello

Network Architect . CCIE 17846 . CCDE 2012::1

Network Shenanigans

Making Packets Do Silly Things

It must be the network...

Jonathan Davis (@subnetwork) keeps layers 1-7 working so that Layer 8 can be productive.