A few weeks ago, I had the honor of co-presenting at the Bay Area Juniper Users Group (BAJUG), which meets once a quarter in Sunnyvale, CA. Jeremy Schulman
from Juniper Networks invited me to co-present with him on the Puppet for Junos OS
solution, which became available in February. Haven't heard about this networking automation solution before this blog? I'll explain more, but first, I want to briefly summarize my experience at BAJUG.
I really loved the format of the user group. It kicked off with a one-hour keynote presentation from Jeremy on the Puppet for Junos OS solution, which was followed by a series of 10-minute lightning talks. Those talks were given by network guys from Facebook, IETF, Zygna, and more. The event ended with a free-form social. It was a sold out event, attended by about 250 people. Here's a photograph I took right before my talk.