Bay Area, California (PRWEB) February 14, 2015
Cisco evangelist Ravi Namboori on Tuesday gave a presentation on Software Defined Networking (SDN) in Bay Area, California to a delegation of students from two universities of Oregon. It was part of a seminar organized by a group of networking professionals of California from February 9 - February 11, 2015
Namboori, a networking architect, explained the features of SDN, including issues, such as vulnerabilities associated with it and security measures that need to be in place. It was followed by a question and answer session.
“It gives me a lot of pleasure to be a part of knowledge sharing platform, where upcoming networking professionals have congregated,” said Namboori. “The other sessions conducted at the seminar will surely help them gain a near real-life experience.”
The seminar saw about 200 post-graduate students participate in the seminar. The other participants comprised industry captains, professors, and networking enthusiasts from a few universities in California.
Witnessing the participation, the organizers have now decided to hold it annually. “We were overwhelmed by the participation, which surpassed our expectations. Therefore, we have taken a decision to hold it once a year,” said one of the organizers, who wished to be unnamed.
About Ravi Namboori:
Ravi Namboori has around two decades of experience in networking domain of information technology (IT). Based currently out of Bay Area, California, he is a consultant specializing in networking.
Namboori has worked with several Silicon Valley companies in managerial roles. The companies he worked with include Cisco, Qulacomm Atheros, Glu-Mobile, and so on. He writes articles on management, networking, and cloud computing. He has been contributing to several charities globally, including the Eye Bank Association of India, Dreams for Kids, and the World Health Organization, for over a decade. He also has an MBA from the Babson University’s F.W. Olin School of Business in Boston, Massachusetts.