Just quick one I would like to share with you. I’ve been using Cisco’s APIC-EM for some time now and even though I think the list of available features is somewhat short it’s still usefull to get a lot of information from the API.
If you’ve worked with the loadbalancers from Kemp before you’ve probably also noticed the ESP (Edge Security Pack) functionality. If you haven’t, read this and this while I get a cup of coffee. If you have heard about it you can also have something to drink.
As probably any administrator has experienced, administration over multiple systems can be problematic. You have to keep your naming convention consistent over all systems and it is not uncommon to get the feeling you have to execute the same change multiple times over different systems, already sounds boring right? Continue reading “Creating Palo Alto objects from Infoblox”
Keeping up to date with your firmware is important, especially if it’s a public facing device. You would want to keep those newly discovered exploits closed as well as take advantage of new functionality from newer versions.
In this article I’ll give a quick tour on how to update a KEMP loadbalancer Continue reading “Updating a KEMP ADC”
It feels good that the first post on my site is about finally going to Cisco Live! I’ve got my plane ticket, hotel room is booked and went through the massive list of over 700 sessions to finally get to the short list below. I should probably go back another time to actually see Berlin.
Cisco Live is one of those events that’s on the wish list of most engineers. But as it’s quite expensive and even more so for a freelancer, it’s not something you expect to attend every year.
But you get a big bang for your buck, with over 750 sessions to attend, 12.000 peers to make those jokes with your family doesn’t understand and 115 partners that are (hopefully) waiting to flood you with goodies ;-).
As mentioned, below is my schedule for the week. Let me know if you are attending the same sessions of want to meet up.