I’ve been practicing on recording and editing video because there is so much good stuff that happens at conferences that can’t be shared because its person to person, and the microphones are off.
So I got this fancy camera and recorded in the hope that I could make it work. Now, I don’t know whether I have this vlogging thing right but here some video of travels, place and the ONUG Event. I’ve also included a couple of brief interviews that were conducted without notice and on-the-spot.
The ONUG event is different to most other conferences which are really about selling you something. Sure you can learn some stuff but presentations are mostly designed to answer half the question so that you have to contact the vendor for the whole answer. Thats called “lead generation”
And the vendor employees are taking careful notes of who is doing what and reporting back to the account managers about what has been happening.
Vendor specific conferences like Cisco Live, VMworld, DELLWORLD have big gaps where their competitors aren’t there. Thats the reason why Packet Pushers is involved with independent conferences – we get the whole picture.
The Open Networking User Group os crossover of user groups and strong commercial focus. Doing a conference requires a babalcen
PQ Show 97 – Three Real World SD-WAN Deployments – Viptela
Link: PQ Show 97 – Inside Three Real-World SD-WAN Deployments (Sponsored) – http://packetpushers.net/podcast/podcasts/pq-show-97-inside-three-real-world-sd-wan-deployments-sponsored/
Derick Winkworth @cloudtoad
Mansour Kharam – Apstra
Nick Lippis – http://opennetworkingusergroup.com
Stephen Foskett and Tom Holloingswitch – http://gestaltit.com