07-16-2012 12:00 AM PST thru 07-27-2012 12:00 AM PST
With Joe Marcus Clarke
Welcome to the Cisco Support Community Ask the Expert conversation. This is an opportunity to learn and ask questions how to optimize devices using network embedded automation and programmability with distinguished support engineer Joe Marcus Clarke. This event will cover Cisco technologies like the Embedded Event Manager, Tcl programming, NETCONF, onePK, and Python scripting available in our IOS, XE, XR, and NX-OS platforms. We will discuss your technical questions, problems you want to solve, and your ideas about embedded automation and programmability
Joe Marcus Clarke is a Distinguished Support Engineer at Cisco. Joe has contributed to network management by finding and fixing bugs, as well as implementing maintenance and troubleshooting components in Cisco Prime, Cisco's flagship network management suite. Joe helps to support and enhance the embedded automation and programmability technologies in IOS, such as the Embedded Event Manager and Tcl. He is a top-rated speaker at Cisco's annual user conference, CiscoLive as well as a leading contributor on the Cisco Support Community and founding member of the CSC Hall of Fame. Clarke has authored numerous technical documents on Cisco network management products and technologies and co-author books. Joe is co-author of four Cisco patents, including one on leveraging XMPP as a network management protocol. He holds several Certifications such as the CCIE in Routing and Switching (#5384), Sun System Administrator, Sun Network Administrator, Sun Security Administrator, Sun Java certified, and VMware Certified Professional.
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Joe might not be able to answer each question due to the volume expected during this event. Remember that you can continue the conversation on the Network Infastructure sub-community discussion forum shortly after the event. This event lasts through through July 27, 2012. Visit this forum often to view responses to your questions and the questions of other community members.