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You are a professional. Maybe you’re already a Cisco Partner, maybe not, but you know networking inside out and backward. You’re thinking about going to a Cisco event, but you don’t want yet another long talk on topics you already know well – like switches, routers, and servers.

That ground has been well covered.

Sure, it’s always helpful to hear about new features and new models, but when it comes to data center architecture, you want to learn something that will help you do your work better and serve your clients more efficiently.

That’s exactly what the next Southern California Cisco Users Group event is intended to do – give you useful, relevant information without going over the same ground that you have seen in countless other events.

So, what are we going to be talking about?

  • What are people doing about heating and cooling?
  • What is new in cabling?
  • What racking suppliers to use and what racking configurations are working the best?
  • What do you need to know about naming conventions?
  • Which should you choose? OOB or Console? – Maybe both?

And more “fun” stuff that will make a well-run data center sing!

The Data Center Architecture Event Sponsors and Speakers

LA Networks is the Cisco consulting company that is involved in this event. This time, our own Jason Bomar along with Robert Yee from Cisco are leading the discussion.

Jason Bomar is a routing and switching CCIE with over 20 years of hands-on experience with Cisco technology. He works for one of Cisco’s Gold Partner’s – LA Networks – which also helps sponsor the SCCUG group. He has been involved with SCCUG since 1999 when it was started.

Robert Yee Cisco CCIE 11716 (Route/Switch and Data Center) is a Consulting Systems Engineer and covering Data Center Technologies. Robert has been an engineer at Cisco covering the Greater Los Angeles area for the past eight years. Previous to Cisco, Robert worked as a Network Engineering Manager as well as Systems Engineer for a Cisco VAR.

But we want you to be involved as well!

Be prepared for a lively, interactive discussion on the well-run data center and please bring YOUR experiences to share with the group!

Time and Place:

This unique event for IT professionals interested in moving past the basics and diving headfirst into the essential details that make the difference between a data center that functions and a data center that functions flawlessly

The Data Center Architecture Event will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2018, at 7 pm Pacific Time.

The meeting place for the event will be the Cisco Glendale Office, 101 N Brand Blvd Suite 1700, Glendale, CA 91203.

Click HERE to go to the Southern California Cisco Users Group homepage to register and save your spot for this event.

What is the Southern California Cisco Users Group?

The Southern California Cisco Users Group is a group of Cisco technical professionals who are brought together by a common goal of learning more about networking, collaboration, security, and other technologies. SCCUG is sponsored by Cisco Systems.

As a Cisco Partner, LANetworks works closely with SCCUG to learn from and collaborate with other Cisco consulting companies and networking professionals across Los Angeles and southern California. Each professional who is a part of SCCUG brings a unique perspective and voice to the ongoing conversation at these events. We learn from the presentations and from the participants how we can each leverage networking technology to help our clients do business safely and efficiently online.

Each participant comes to the SCCUG events with a unique perspective and experiences in Network Management, Network Administration, and Enterprise Networking that they can share to the benefit of the entire group, and SCCUG encourages that discussion.

Ready To Learn Something New, Share Some of Your Expertise, and Meet Likeminded IT Professionals?

So, you’re tired of the typical “data center” topics of switches, routers, and servers.

So are we!

We’re ready to get to the stuff that no-one seems to talk about at events dedicated to data centers.

So, whether your company is a Cisco Partner or not, you’re invited to come, make valuable connections, and learn from the presentation and event participants.

But that’s not all! You have experience and advice to contribute too! It won’t be the same unless you are there.

So let’s get started.

Reserve your spot now! CLICK HERE and fill out the form. We’ll see you at the event!