Brent Salisbury’s Bio
My name is Brent Salisbury and I work for a state Unviersity as a Network Architect where I did my undergrad. We have a large patient care hospital along with academic, research and various data centers at the University. Along with University business, I spend a great deal of time with some friends around the state, working on building a statewide regional network for R&E. I am CCIE #11972 Emeritus . I served in the Marine Corps and was exposed as a youngster to some of the best leadership and brotherhood out there.
I am interested in disruptive technologies. I believe that is one of the core tenants of computing; more with less. My nick is /nick networkstatic IRC on irc.freenode.net channel. I hang in the following rooms #PacketPushers,#OpenStack #OpenFlow, #OpenvSwitch and #OpenDaylight. Stop by and say hi and get involved in the community!
Forgive delayed responses to comments or direct messages on Twitter and email. The wifey has to get I/O somewhere in there because she is the best thing that ever happened to me and even more important than my computer. For most nerds that is saying a lot.
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