Marketing Director and Software Engineer
Technology is constantly moving on, and business is constantly moving on with it. Automation is the key to keeping your enterprise on pace, not only with disruptive innovations, but with emerging security threats to your infrastructure, too.
Now in the multicloud era, automation is an imperative to drive operational reliability, security and speed without tradeoffs.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
1. Why network automation is not the same as automated networks
2. How network reliability engineering can enable operational simplicity
3. The five-step journey towards automated NetOps
James is passionate about business transformation with technology. Using his skills with cloud-native design, DevOps, SDN and infrastructure as code, James’s software and business roots have been applied over the last decade at Juniper Networks in the areas of customer-facing engineering, business development, and product management and marketing. Prior to working at Juniper, James was a tech researcher, developer, founder of private investment funds, and executive technology consultant.
Senior Product Marketing Manager and Engineer
During this first webinar Derick Winkworth will discuss the on-going transformation of network automation into Network Reliability Engineering.
Automation, first and foremost, is about reliability. Learn how network engineers have an important role to play in the reliability engineering space, bringing their expertise to bear on the tools and practices used to make network operations more reliable.
• Learn how you can use automation today to help you be more effective as a network engineer networks
• Learn how to talk to other network engineers and operations managers about reliability engineering
Derick Winkworth has been a software and network engineer throughout his career, working in many different industry verticals. He enjoys playing video games with his kids, grilling in the snow, and has a 250+ t-shirt collection. He works on Juniper’s Enterprise Marketing team as the community manager for NRELabs, a Juniper sponsored, multivendor, open-source tool for learning about automation.
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Security automation is getting all the attention and focus, but this doesn’t mean the transition will occur overnight.
Current efforts have focused on addressing the alert fatigue being experienced in the SOC – putting it simply they have too much data and not enough people. Advances in automation will sift through this barrage of data, detecting threats and in terms of security automation making life easier for the SOC. However, this optimisation of detection means that the constraint has moved from detection to enforcement.
In this webinar we will look at this next stage of the security automation journey; combining automated detection with automated enforcement to improve the overall throughput and response of this workflow.
Dwann is a passionate technologist with 20 years of deep network architecture and security expertise. He possesses a rare ability to be equally comfortable with having business outcome discussions with Senior Executives, as he is in highly technical proof of concept engagements with Architects and Engineers. Dwann has a unique ability to articulate complex solutions while relating them to the business problems that a customer is experiencing, or growth opportunities that they may be exploring.
Prior to joining Juniper, Dwann served in a number of Architect and Sr. Engineering roles for a number of companies, such as Nokia, building out Internet scale data centers,serving users in the hundreds of millions.
Dwann joined Juniper in 2012 as a Systems Engineer in Territory, Major and Strategic Account capacities. After a brief stint with another manufacturer, Dwann rejoined Juniper in 2016 as a Security Overlay, supporting Account Teams throughout North America. In 2019, he joined the Enterprise Product Marketing Team, supporting Security.
Senior Product Marketing Manager and Engineer
One of the key tenets of network reliability engineering (NRE) is the ability to test that your network is doing the thing it should be doing.
There are numerous tools you can use to accomplish this, but these are spread over several levels of testing and verification tasks you may want to be conducting. In addition, the types of things you'll want to test will vary between the different areas of your network.
In this webinar, we'll explore all of these aspects, and explore the kinds of tools and techniques you'll need to proactively guarantee that your network is providing the services your organization needs it to provide.
Matt Oswalt hails from Portland, OR, and focuses on the intersection of network infrastructure, automation, systems, and software engineering. He’s passionate about enabling engineers to evolve their careers to the next level, and sharing the bright spots that exist within the technology industry with the masses.
Automation Specialist Systems Engineer
This webinar will take users through a brief journey to introduce imperative- and configuration-driven automation, and how they can move to declarative automation where we ask ‘what’ to automate rather than ‘how’.
We are using a tool called Terraform to achieve this, and currently developing Terraform Junos providers with the initial release for QFX Series switches being set for Q2/2019.
In this online session we will cover a simple use case showing the difference between an imperative lead approach and the powerful gains achieved by using the declarative approach. By the end of the webinar, attendees will understand the CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) pattern used and its enormous power for automation pipelines.
Demonstrations will be provided on the webinar with links so attendees can repeat in their own time.
• Introduction to declarative automation
• Difference from imperative automation
• Introduction to Terraform
• Exploration of CRUD
• Observing a CI/CD pipeline with declarative
David Gee is a specialist systems engineer for automation in Juniper covering EMEA. He deals with “Day 0” and “Day 1” customer challenges and the journey to self-driving networks. He codes, contributes to open source, builds systems and presents on current and future Juniper technology along with Open Source alternatives. From configuration management, CI/CD strategies and closed loop automation, he blogs at ipengineer.net, podcasts with Ivan Pepelnjak on ipspace.net and provides free code and examples. He’s also presented at numerous NOG meets and social meetups across Europe.
Product Marketing Director
Director of Technical Marketing
In this webinar, we will discuss how Mist has brought a unique user-centric approach to Wi-Fi using 100% APIs while leveraging an AI-driven, modern microservices cloud architecture.
Learn how this AI for IT™ automation solution brings the power of APIs across the Juniper enterprise switching, SD-WAN and Mist wireless portfolios.
We will share several best practices and how, by leveraging Mist’s APIs, customers like you can enable a seamless integration experience across the IT stack and experience proactive operations that will deliver a better user experience.
You will see hands-on examples of how easy it is to create thousands of customer sites through automation and hear about experiences from some of Mist’s Fortune 100 customers in how they have leveraged Mist APIs to transform their business with automation and insights. We will also share an innovative customer example of complete API integration using OpenConfig of which Mist is the first Wi-Fi vendor to support this open standard.
Finally, we will share several example automated scripts that expose Mist APIs to customers who are new to this software model through easy to use tools like Postman. You will learn about several simple Python templates that are publicly available for customers to experiment with and begin their automation and API journey.
Speaker - Christian Gilby
Christian has 20+ years of product marketing, management and engineering experience in the networking industry with a strong focus on mobility, cloud and wireless and speaks often at industry events globally. He currently leads product marketing for Mist (acquired by Juniper). Previously he led product marketing for wired, wireless and branch solutions at Aruba (acquired by HPE). He led product marketing and product management for Agito Networks product line (acquired by ShoreTel). Prior to Agito, he was an early member of the Meru Networks team leading product management and partnerships in VoWLAN and Wi-Fi Access Point solutions. Christian started his career at Nortel Networks where he held several networking and VoIP project lead and software architect positions and was also granted a patent.
Speaker - Matt Barletta
Matt is a passionate technologist with 20+ years of network architecture and wireless expertise. As the Director of Technical Marketing Matt has been hands-on with Mist from day 1 and has been involved with many of Mist Customers both in WiFi and Location. Now he believes strongly in leveraged content to share these unique Mist experiences with as many people as possible through web, courses and webinars.
Matt has held multiple Director positions at Cisco, Airespace and Violin Memory.
Matt joined Juniper in April, 2019 with the merger of Mist and Juniper.