OneConfig was honored to be showcased by the highly capable Cooper Lees (Facebook Engineer) at last week’s Bay Area Juniper User Group (BAJUG). BAJUG is a quarterly event, conceived and managed by Doug Hanks (Juniper) that brings together Juniper users and senior Juniper people to present ideas, share information and socialize. BAJUG4 was held on 28th August 2013 in Sunnyvale, California. Headlining the event was networking legend, Kireeti Kompella (Juniper), talking about Juniper Contrail.
The full program of presenters, plus their slide decks, can be found at the following link: http://forums.juniper.net/t5/Bay-Area-Users-Group/BAJUG4-Presentations/td-p/205881
Cooper highlighted the simplicity of OneConfig’s web hosted management platform and how managed devices initiate secure outbound SSH Netconf to OneConfig’s platform.
He then took the several hundred strong audience through the simple sign-up process before demonstrating the easy-to-use interface that allows Engineers with no Junos skills the ability to perform day-to-day management of Juniper devices.
At the end of the presentation Cooper took questions from the floor. Kireeti asked whether ‘commit confirmation’ functionality would be supported in the future. (The answer: yes, this will be available in late 2013).
And here’s a final photo of Cooper Lees (right) and Kireeti Kompella with his OneConfig t-shirt, awarded to him for the best question from the floor.
A big thank you from the OneConfig team to Cooper Lees, Doug Hanks, Kireeti Kompella, Juniper Networks and everyone else involved in BAJUG4.