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Culture Shock By @MJannery | @CloudExpo [#SDN #Cloud]

When troubleshooting a network, it's important to know what tasks it performs on a daily basis

When the melting pot boils down to it, our network is its own culture, with recurring traffic patterns, similar end users, and equipment named after inside jokes only your company will understand.  Just like living within your own culture, it's important to not only understand HOW patterns develop, but WHY as well.

When troubleshooting a network, it's important to know what tasks it performs on a daily basis. Denise Fishburne, a 30 year network engineer, highlights three areas to consider when finding a problem in the network.

The article was a quick read, but the points she argues make it worth the look. I thought Denise, or "Fish" as she is referred to in the article, gives great explanations of her three areas using similes and metaphors.

To read the article "3 Way Network Troubleshooting Can Change Your Life", click here.

More Stories By Michael Jannery

Michael Jannery is CEO of Entuity. He is responsible for setting the overall corporate strategy, vision, and direction for the company. He brings more than 30 years of experience to Entuity with 25 years in executive management.

Prior to Entuity, he was Vice President of Marketing for Proficiency, where he established the company as the thought, technology, and market leader in a new product lifecycle management (PLM) sub-market. Earlier, Michael held VP of Marketing positions at Gradient Technologies, where he established them as a market leader in the Internet security sector, and Cayenne Software, a leader in the software and database modeling market. He began his career in engineering.