[AusNOG] System Administrators Guild of Australia (SAGE-AU) NSW meeting
max at 3rdbasenetworks.net.au
Mon Nov 15 20:42:41 EST 2010
I thought some of you might be interested in the SAGE-AU meeting topic
this month, a presentation from Brocade on L4-7 Application delivery and
traffic management and is Tuesday Nov 16 in the Sydney CBD.
For those of you who don't know SAGE-AU you can find out more at
State chapters meet once a month to discuss a topic or receive a
presentation from a vendor or Systems Integrator. Presentations are
generally 45-60 minutes long and in some cases are then promoted to our
annual conference (the next one is in the second half of next year).
Apologies to those not in Sydney or already receiving SAGE-AU emails.
NSW Secretary, SAGE-AU
stephen.gillies at member.sage-au.org.au
Title Brocade Layer 4-7 Application Delivery and Traffic management
Date: Tuesday 16 November 2010 (3rd Tue of every month)
Time: 18:30 for a 19:00 start at the venue
18:30 Meet at the Shelbourne Hotel, 200 Sussex St
19:00 Meeting start at Atlassian
173-185 Sussex Street, Sydney
Enter from the rear of the building
Contact: Stephen Gillies, 0409 245 888
Food, drinks, general business
Q & A (usually migrates to the pub)
RSVP: It really helps! Please RSVP by 16:00 Tuesday by
replying to this invite, via the SAGE-AU Facebook page or
by emailing stephen.gillies at member.sage-au.org.au
Brocade Layer 4-7 application delivery and traffic management solutions
enable high-performance, always-on, and secure IP service delivery in
enterprise, service provider, and e-commerce data centres.
An overview of the recently updated Brocade ServerIron products designed
to accelerate, secure, and scale IP, Web, and VoIP applications.
This is a technical session, we will cover:
* VoIP/SIP Traffic Management;
* Web Optimization and Acceleration;
* Geographic Redundancy and Scalability;
* Server Farm and Application Security;
* FIX Financial Applications;
* Microsoft Unified Communications;
* Oracle Application Server 10g;
* E-mail Spam Mitigation and Scalability; and
* DNS High Availability and Scalability.
Scary questions encouraged!
Chris Bull is a Network Architect with over 15 years in the industry. He
has a wealth of experience in both Enterprise and Service Provider
networks including Ethernet LAN, IP routing, Metro and MPLS.
Chris has been with Brocade in Australia since June 2010 having
transferred from the UK. Chris is focused on Service Provider and large
enterprise customers who have large IP core networks running advanced
technologies such as MPLS and Metro Ethernet services.
Chris came to Brocade via the Foundry acquisition; prior to joining
Foundry Networks he was employed for 7 years as a Systems Engineer with
Cisco Systems where his role was to provide network design consultation
for Mobile Service Providers, in particular Orange, Vodafone and T-Mobile.
SAGE-AU Members, system and network administrators, technical managers,
computer/network programmers/admins are invited to get together once
during the month at an informal discussion on technology, case study
review, vendor technology presentation or member round-table discussion.
All visitors are welcome, and after attending two meetings visitors are
requested to join the organisation. Please see
http://www.sage-au.org.au/display/SAGEAU/Membership for more info.
Pizza and soft drink served after the presentation.
Members who wish to present should contact the NSW exec committee by
email or at the meeting.
Please redistribute this notice to anyone interested.
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