Leading simplification in the multicloud era
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
10:00 AM Pacific Standard Time
(San Francisco, GTM -08:00)
Anytime. Anywhere. Never in our history has remote work been more important. And the connective fabric that keeps everything running, simply and securely, will either successfully support this imperative—or not. Is your network up to the challenge? Can it protect your information, meet the needs of your customers—and provide employees the remote access and tools they need? Find out in this live, interactive webinar: Leading simplification in the multicloud era.
Our expertise shows that managing a multicloud data center network spanning on-premise, edge and cloud sites is a multi-disciplinary effort among NetOps, DevOps, and SecOps teams.
Join us for this special keynote webinar with Cisco Vice President, Data Center Network Product Management Thomas Scheibe. Together, we’ll explore the future of ITOps and how to simplify and bridge the gap between NetOps and DevOps—and what it can mean for the future of your business.
Together, we'll learn
You'll also learn about how the innovative Cisco Data Center Networking team will continue to take the Nexus Dashboard to the next level to unleash powerful operational capabilities.
Plus: Attend the webinar and complete the survey for your chance to win a pair of Apple Airpods. US and Canada only. See full terms and conditions.*
As always, a live Q&A is included.
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About the Speaker
Thomas Scheibe is currently Vice President, Product Management, Data Center Networking for Cisco’s Nexus & ACI product line. Thomas has 20 years’ experience in the networking industry working with customers and partners in various roles for Cisco, Juniper, and Insieme Networks. His main areas of expertise are the datacenter and optical interconnect technologies.
From 2006 to 2010 Thomas served on the Board of Directors of The Ethernet Alliance. Given his background Thomas is a frequent speaker at data center industry events and conferences.
Prior to Cisco, Thomas worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. Thomas holds an MSEE from the Technical University Chemnitz (Germany) and a M.B.A. from the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley.