mist webhooks

One of the most personally intriguing features to me within the Mist platform is the level of programmability that is available. You can accomplish most tasks through the Mist GUI if you wish … from architecting and pushing out configuration templates all the way down to writing queries to sift through the sea of data […]


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Two Weeks In

It’s been quite a while since my last post (almost four years!), so a lot has changed. I spent the last 4.5 years working as an architect for Veristor – a consultative integrator focused on the south east US. I have nothing but good things to say about that team. It was a great work […]

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Atmosphere 2017

No podcast/blogpost this week, as I’m out living it up in Nashville with some of the best and brightest minds in the wireless networking industry! They’ve revealed a lot of exciting new features in just the first day, ranging from the ambitious machine learning based security on the internal network to the practical new wired tunneling […]

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VXLAN – One Tunnel to Rule Them All

I often feel like half my job is just keeping up with the new advancements and offerings that constantly churn through my inbox. I think the blogosphere likes to call it… “Disruption.”  Some trends don’t make it much further than the marketing department’s brainstorming session, but some actually stick and begin to be widely accepted […]

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