Cisco Debuts Certified Container Management at DockerCon 2017

DockerCon launched in 2014, but this year saw the biggest crowd. Held April 17-20 in eclectic Austin, Texas, the conference catered to all levels of Docker expertise and featured talks and hands-on labs for developers, system admins, DevOps, and management.

Top 5 Most Popular Technical Blog Posts of 2016

It’s been an exciting year in enterprise technology, and we’ve covered much of it on the GTRI blog, including significant releases from vendors like Cisco and Splunk, and topics such as Software-Defined Networking (SDN), DevOps, IPv6, and Security. Below you’ll find our five most popular technical blog posts of 2016. Visit the GTRI blog for […]

GTRI Provides Panel at Cisco Veterans Career Transition Day

GTRI was honored to be invited for a second year to the Veterans Career Transition Day at Cisco in Englewood, CO.  The event on November 17 brought together technology industry leaders with transitioning service members, their spouses and care givers.

Combining the Best of Both Worlds – Cisco Spark Hybrid

Most enterprises that have invested heavily in their on-premises Cisco Collaboration environment have a difficult time justifying making the shift to cloud collaboration platforms such as Cisco Spark. However, with recent updates to the Spark platform, as well as enhancements in Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) and Cisco Expressway, enterprises no longer have to choose […]

Addressing the Cisco ASA SNMP Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

As you have probably seen, there has been much in the news lately about the EXTRABACON exploit released by a group of hackers called the Shadow Brokers, who supposedly acquired the exploit (and other cyber weapons) from a different group of hackers, the Equation Group, which is rumored to be affiliated with the National Security […]

One Key Consideration for Choosing an SDN Solution

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) isn’t a one-size-fits-all technology. In fact, depending on your business needs, it may or may not be a good fit at this time. However, if you have determined that SDN is right for your organization, the next question is how to choose from among the different flavors of SDN.

Collaboration Solutions: Meet Cisco Meeting Server

In this fast-paced business environment people sometimes struggle to find a “place” to meet, to collaborate, to get together and work out the details. In the “real” world we have conference rooms and huddle rooms, break rooms and lobbies. But in the virtualized world finding a suitable meeting place becomes harder to accomplish. Vendors such […]

Using Cisco Shipped at DevNet Hackathon

The DevNet Zone at Cisco Live provides a hands-on opportunity for learning about development with Cisco technology and open source application program interfaces (APIs) and software development kits (SDKs). This year, DevNet 2016 also offered the chance to compete for prizes and glory in a Hackathon.

Highlights from Cisco Live U.S. 2016

Cisco Live started in 1989 with just a handful of attendees, and it has been growing significantly over the past 26 years. This year’s Cisco Live U.S. event had 28,000 attendees and was hosted June 10-14 at the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas, NV. Cisco Live is the company’s corporate event that pulls together […]

Migrating to SIP Trunking: Is It Worth the Move?

There has been a great deal of buzz over the past few years surrounding Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking for connection to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Many companies have pondered moving away from the traditional time-division multiplexing (TDM) links (i.e., Basic Rate Interface/BRI, Primary Rate Interface/PRI and Plain Old Telephone Service/POTS) and going […]

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