It used to be easy to just categorize yourself as networking engineer, an RF engineer, a wireless engineer, or an architect even. But with the rise of advanced applications and increasingly virtualized data center an architect has to cover more than just the phones and the laptops.
How do you get data off of anything of IoT and also take care of virtualization and storage? What does a good architect do when the industry demands something else on a server?
Blake covers the progression of a network engineer’s role and how an architect can keep up in the changing landscape.
A little bit more about WLAN Professional Blake…
- Founding members of the No Strings Attached Show – a vendor neutral wireless podcast, which delivers a stimulating discussion focused around today’s wireless technology offerings.
- Podcaster & blogger
- A Cisco CCIE Wireless and CWNA certified Wireless Network Architect with experience designing and deploying enterprise class networks supporting hundreds of APs and multiple controllers for Voice, Data, and RTLS.