7 Habits Of Highly Effective Data Center Networkers

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Drew Conry-Murray from the Packet Pushers, and Scott Sneddon, Sr. Architect Juniper Networks

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Data center network engineers play a big part in an organization’s success. From making precise changes, bringing up new services to the market, and support evolving business strategies. This webinar will share the 7 habits that help network engineers thrive in ever-changing environments, and specific tools that can help you put these habits into work. 1. Design for business outcomes 2. Automate for reliability and repeatability 3. Learn once, use often 4. Pick the right equipment 5. Validate as you go 6. Be proactive, not reactive 7. Document your work

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