Protocol Analysis, Data Recorder, CALEA, Lawful Intercept, Application Performance, User Experience, Industrial Ethernet, Data Loss Prevention, Deep Packet Inspection, NetFlow, SOX, HIPAA and PCI Compliance, Switching and Routing, Forensics, VoIP, IPTV ... etc.
When we run in to trouble in life, we have a couple options. We can change direction so we do not have to deal with trouble. We can deal with trouble head on and beat it or it beat us. We can find an option that solves the trouble at hand, in a manner that we do not have to fight.
Where is your head? Is it where corporate world tells you? What about Big Brother tells you? Get your head out of the cloud and take back control and ownership of your data. Have you read the contracts from big business when you agree to use their free cloud service? What about when you run out of space? Hey, I need more data! Well get ready to start paying! What if we told you that you can setup your ownCloud storage for just pennies? Would you be interested? Well get your head out the cloud and start reading!
Live Event Time: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - 9:30 AM PST
Following our success with “LMTV Interop” which was a joint venture between LoveMyTool and UBM, owner of Interop and InformationWeek, we are starting “LMTV Sharkfest” which is a joint venture between LoveMyTool and the Sharkfest organizer, expanding our current partnership since 2008, the first year the WireShark Developer and User Conference was held.
In addition to posting presentation videos captured during Sharkfest, “LMTV Sharkfest” will include LMTV interviews and technical presentations by Sharkfest instructors and sponsors before the show, as well as live interviews with participants during the show.
We will kick off "LMTV Sharkfest" with an interview with +Gerald Combs, the inventor and spiritual godfather of WireShark, a team effort that now involves over 600 individual contributors.
When you put stuff in a box, it is limited to the space of that box, is it not? We put all kinds of things in boxes like clothes, books, and dishes. What we try to put in boxes that may surprise you, is humans. People do not fit so well in a box. When we do this we put limitations on those people. Why would you want to put any limitations on a person? Some may do it because they are scared you are going to get their job. Others may do it out of vengeance. How about “Greed”, if one can keep another in a box then they can claim everything outside the box for their own. DO NOT let someone put you in a box! The only limitations you face are the ones you set upon yourself. All others in your life brought on by outside source(s), are not limitations but obstacles! Obstacle equals a thing that blocks one's way or prevents or hinders progress. You were built to over come these things!
Another distinguish feature of Tony is that he is always on the move, going from country to country, from city to city, solving networking problems for his clients and teaching network fundamentals to his students.
The idea of WTF (Where is Tony Fortunato?) is that we will try to catch him live and capture his thoughts, talk with him about the latest happenings in the networking world, and then to watch one of his videos together (with fresh complementary from Tony).
This week Tony will feature one of his popular videos on ICMP Redirect
The best part is that you can even participate in the Q&A session and ask some questions.
Please join us and help make this a useful forum for our community.
It has been said that, "Behind every great conference is a great woman". Anyone who has attended Sharkfest knows +Janice Spampinato as the loving and caring mama shark. But few people might know that Janice is also a techie just like the rest of us. Prior to Riverside and CACE, for 16 years, Janice was the Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at WildPackets, a pioneer in network monitoring. This Wednesday we will interview Janice. She did as promised and spill some beans on the early days of Sharkfest. Also, she shared her experience and expertise in community and brand building with our viewers.