NOTA: La sesión ser realizará en castellano para facilitar la dinámica, aunque preguntas en inglés o catalán serán bienvenidas
we would like to invite you to the panel discussion “Get ready for network automation!”. Our panelists will share their experience, present their point of views and talk about the benefits of the network automation, how to approach it and help you understand all the problems you might encounter in the process. The part of the event is also an open discussion with all panelists. We all want to automate as much as possible and this will be a good opportunity for the first step on this journey!
The discussion will be held on March 20 between 18:15 and 20:00 on Carrer de Pere IV, 362, 08019 Barcelona (Cisco office). In order for you to access the building, we need you to provide us with your email.
As slots are limited to 35 seats, we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible. It is very important to sign off if you signed up and you know that you will not be able to attend the discussion it as somebody else might want to attend.
There will be panelists with various background working with network automation.
Oriol de Miguel, Axians
Oriol holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Universitat Ramon Llull of Barcelona. Currently he is Deputy Director in Engineering and Projects department in Axians.
Carlos Sole, Enel
I’ve been working as system engineer working since 2006 at Endesa Medios y Servicios (company providing ICT services inside Enel Group, Power Utility).
Guillermo Ravera, Enel
My name is Guillermo, I am a network engineer that can be making documentation for a high level design or writing python code to automate network deployments.
Héctor Fernandez, Cisco
Héctor has spent the last 12 years working for Cisco Professional Services delivering network consultancy projects to a variety of large enterprise customers across Europe and, before that, five years as a Cisco instructor.
Jordi Dehesa, Cisco
I’ve been working for Cisco as a Consuting Engineer for 9 years. I started working with Service Provider customers in Spain, then I switched to Enterprise Networking for EMEA and for the last 3 years I’ve been doing DC focusing mostly on ACI.
David Rincón Rivera, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
David Rincón received M.Sc. in Telecommunication engineering and a
Ph.D. in Computer Networks from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
(UPC), Barcelona, Spain. He is currently the Academic coordinator of the Master’s Degree in Applied Telecomunnications and Engineering Management (MASTEAM) at UPC, and is also involved in the 5G Barcelona initiative.
José Miguel Pulido, Volta Networks
José Miguel is VP of Engineering at Volta Networks, a Boston-based startup with an engineering office in Barcelona building a disaggregated router that virtualizes and scales the routing control plane by putting it into the cloud, uses automation to accelerate new network services and reduces cost by an order of magnitude as compared to legacy routers.
David Castro, Xarxa Oberta de Catalunya
David is Telecom Engineer with strong interest in Network Automation and Security. He has been working 8 years in Xarxa Oberta de Catalunya initially owned by Mediapro, recently acquired by Cellnex Telecom. Xarxa Oberta is a Neutral and Transparent Service Provider that manager the public optical fiber of Catalan Government.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the discussion!
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