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NEXUS TELEWORKING @AED CISCO SYSTEMS


A Cisco Systems é uma companhia multinacional estadunidense sediada em San José, Califórnia, Estados Unidos da América, com 47.000 empregados em todo o mundo e com um faturamento anual de U $ 28.48 bilhões em 2006. Wikipédia

CEO : Chuck Robbins (26 de julho de 2015-)
Preço das ações : CSCO (NASDAQ) US $ 33,00 5 de abr 16:00 GMT-4 - Fontes 
Empregados : 66,050 (2008)
NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARTNER SERVICE COMPANY ID: 10-077530-000


A NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARTNER PROCTOR COMPANY  ID: 938215219745.  

 

 CORDIALMENTE,

 CERTIFICA E ESTABELECE ACREDITAÇÃO NA CERTIFICAÇÃO DE :

 ALESSABNDRA GOMES LEITÃO, 

através de suas atribuições

 

Para atuar como PROCTOR, Acreditado através da Empresa Nexus Teleworking Cisco Partner Self Service Company, empresa de Segurança da Informação, Especialista em Elaboração de projetos Corporativos e Remanejamento de Ambientes de Rede Improdutivos, Transformando-os em conformidade com as normas ABNT/NBR-ISO /IEC 27000, 27001, 27002, 27003, 27005, 31000, 31010 , e portanto, sendo desta forma,  ACREDITED PROCTOR PROFESSIONAL COMPANY: CISCO ID: 938215219745 - COM HOMOLOGAÇÃO DAS SEGUINTES INSTITUIÇÕES, ESPECIALIZADAS EM CURSOS FOCADOS EM BUSINESS TO BUSINESS: 

  • CERTIPORT,
  • UKI,
  • ABED,
  • ABNT,
  • MICROSOFT CSP DIRECT PARTNER  
  • INTEL SERVICE PROVIDER ID: 4920252

A EMPRESA NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARTNER AUTO SERVICE COMPANY - PROCTOR ID: 938215219745. 

O INSTRUTOR  está  credenciado para entregar cursos para os seguintes exames:

A BNT NBR: CLASSE 9000-1.6, 10015, 27000 29110, 31000, 31010, ABNT-NBR-ISO / IEC 33004: 2015 estabelece os requisitos para modelos de referência de processo, modelos de avaliação de processos e modelos de otimização. Os requisitos definidos neste Padrão Internacional formam uma estrutura que especifica, diretamente com base no uso do tempo efetivo, no qual o funcionário desempenha suas tarefas.

 

A implementação de metodologias como ITIL , PMI . COBIT4 e COBIT5 , 5S , FMEA e T2R , dependem diretamente do pessoal atual da empresa.

 

Em pouco tempo, os Gerentes terão os Indicadores em suas mãos e, com isso, definem estratégias de conscientização (que já seriam consideradas como um retrabalho desnecessário, uma vez que o funcionário possui a informação necessária e pertinente para alcançar seus objetivos.

 

  A) A relação entre as classes do modelo de processo associadas ao desempenho da avaliação do processo são:

 

 

Por exemplo, as atividades e tarefas definidas nas normas ISO / IEC 12207 e ISO / IEC 15288, por exemplo,

 

B) a integração de modelos de referência de processos e medidas de processo para estabelecer modelos de avaliação de processo;

 

C) o uso de conjuntos comuns de indicadores de avaliação de processos Desempenho e qualidade do processo em modelos de avaliação de processos,

 

E) a relação entre modelos de maturidade e modelos de avaliação de processos e até que ponto um modelo de maturidade pode ser construído usando elementos de diferentes modelos de avaliação de processos.

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Hello colleagues

After a difficult deployment in South Korea, I want to share with you the complete Dial Plan and Dial Peer configuration for Cisco CUBE and SIP trunking.

As some of you might have experienced, trying to find the complete dial plan for South Korea is practically impossible if you don't speak Korean (which I don't, just for the record).

South Korea uses a non standard dial plan with different length numbers, area codes and public services; preceeding zeros an local dialing within it's different provinces. In my case, I implemented this for an office in Seoul

In order to implement this dial plan, it was necessary to investigate all the possible dial patterns and transform the dialing to a fully E164 compliant dialing (Service Provider requirement).

I used a Cisco 4331 router with Cisco IOS XE Software, Version 03.16.05.S. UCk9 and CUBE licenses,

I'm also attaching the Excel file with the different patterns for CUCM and Cisco IOS Router.

Hope this is useful for anybody and a big thanks to my coworker Tae who helped me with the translation of the Excel

Best

Allan Mancera

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NEXUS TELEWORKING @AED CISCO SYSTEMS


A Cisco Systems é uma companhia multinacional estadunidense sediada em San José, Califórnia, Estados Unidos da América, com 47.000 empregados em todo o mundo e com um faturamento anual de U$28.48 bilhões em 2006. Wikipédia

CEO: Chuck Robbins (26 de jul de 2015–)
Preço das ações: CSCO (NASDAQ) US$33,00
5 de abr 16:00 GMT-4 - Fontes
Empregados: 66,050 (2008)
NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARTNER SELF SERVICE COMPANY ID: 10-077530-000


THE COMPANY NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARTNER PROCTOR COMPANY

 

 

 

 SINCERELY,

 

To act as an Accredited Trainner throught Nexus Teleworking Cisco Partner Self Service company Information
Security Foundation based on ISO / IEC 27002 AND PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITED PROCOTOR COMPANY :
CERTIPORT.

NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARTNER SELF SERVICE COMPANY - PROCTOR  ID :938215219745. 

The Trainer is Accredited to deliver courses to the following examinations.

ABNT NBR: 31000, 31010, ABNT-NBR- ISO / IEC 33004: 2015 establishes the requirements for process reference models, process evaluation models and optimization models. The requirements defined in this International Standard form a structure that specifies, directly based on the use of the effective time, in which the employee performs his / her tasks.

 

The implemen tation of methodologies such as ITIL, PMI. COBIT4 and COBIT5, 5S, FMEA, and T2R, depend directly on the actual staff of the company.

 

In a short time, the Managers will have the Indicators in their hands and, with this, define awareness strategies (which would already be considered an unnecessary rework, since the employee has the information necessary and pertinent to reach their goals.

 

 

 

  1. A) The relationship between the process model classes associated with the process evaluation performance are:

 

 

For example, the activities and tasks defined in the ISO / IEC 12207 and ISO / IEC 15288 standards, for example,

 

 

  1. C) the integration of process reference models and process measurements to establish process evaluation models;

 

 

  1. D) the use of common sets of process evaluation indicators Performance and process quality in process evaluation models,

 

 

  1. E) the relationship between maturity models and process evaluation models and to what extent a maturity model can be constructed using elements of different process evaluation models.

Working Table, Single Employee Informations

NOME ID CURSO EMPRESA CARGO
Marcia Maria Pires Barbosa 12207-1  12207-2  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive Computing Technical Sales Consultant
Marcela Pires Barbosa 12207-3  12207-4  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive Computing Finantial and Human Resources Manager
Marcus Vinicius Crippa Olmeto 12207-5  12207-6  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive Computing IT Technician
Lílian Aparecida Ilheo 12207-7  12207-8  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks
Criactive Computing
IT Technician
João Paulo de Oliveira Sousa 12207-9  12207-10  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks
Criactive Conputing
IT Technician
Cléber Ricardo Bolzan 12207-11 12207-12  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks
Criactive Computing
IT Technician
Alexandre Augusto da Silva Fraga 12207-13  12207-14  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks
Criactive Computing
IT Technician

Instructor

Diego Spagnolo

PERMANENT CSCO Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks

Nexus Teleworking Cisco Partner and 

ID: 10-077530-000

Proctor 

ID:938215219745

PhD Network Architect and Senior Data Center Operations


NEXUS TELEWORKING @AED CISCO SYSTEMS


Introduction IT Management and Governance Course

Corporate Risks Management

A Cisco Systems é uma companhia multinacional estadunidense sediada em San José, Califórnia, Estados Unidos da América, com 47.000 empregados em todo o mundo e com um faturamento anual de U$28.48 bilhões em 2006. Wikipédia

CEO: Chuck Robbins (26 de jul de 2015–)
Preço das ações: CSCO (NASDAQ) US$33,00
5 de abr 16:00 GMT-4 - Fontes
Empregados: 66,050 (2008)

A EMPRESA NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARTNER SELF SERVICE COMPANY

 CISCO SYSTEMS  PROCTOR COMPANY ID : 938215219745

 

 

   ATENCIOSAMENTE,

 

 

Atuar como Treinador Credenciado através do Nexus Teleworking Cisco Partner Self Service Company Information, Fundação de Segurança baseada em ISO / IEC 27002 E PROFISSIONAL ACREDITADO PROCOTOR COMPANY: CERTIPORT.

NEXUS TELEWORKING CISCO PARCEIRO AUTO SERVIÇO DA COMPANHIA - PROCTOR ID: 938215219745.

O INSTRUTOR é Credenciado para oferecer cursos para os seguintes exames.

 

A ABNT NBR: 31000, 31010, ABNT-NBR- ISO / IEC 33004: 2015 estabelece os requisitos para modelos de referência de processo, modelos de avaliação de processo e modelos de otimização. Os requisitos definidos nesta Norma Internacional formam uma estrutura que especifica, diretamente com base na utilização do tempo efetivo, em que o empregado executa suas tarefas.

 

A implementação de metodologias como ITIL, PMI. COBIT4 e COBIT5, 5S, FMEA e T2R, dependem diretamente do pessoal real da empresa.

 

Em pouco tempo, os Gerentes terão os Indicadores em suas mãos e, com isso, definirão estratégias de conscientização (que já seriam consideradas uma reestruturação desnecessária, uma vez que o funcionário tem a informação necessária e pertinente para atingir seus objetivos.

 

 

 

  1. A) A relação entre as classes de modelo de processo associadas ao desempenho da avaliação do processo são:

 

 

Por exemplo, as actividades e funções definidas na ISO / IEC 12207 e ISO / IEC 15288 padrões, por exemplo,

 

 

  1. C) a integração de modelos de referência de processos e medições de processos para estabelecer modelos de avaliação de processos;

  

  1. D) o uso de conjuntos comuns de processo Desempenho dos indicadores de avaliação e qualidade do processo em modelos de avaliação de processo, 

 

NOME ID CURSO EMPRESA CARGO
Marcia Maria Pires Barbosa 12207-1  12207-2  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive informática Consultora de Vendas Técnicas
Marcela Pires Barbosa 12207-3  12207-4  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive informática Diretoria Financeira e Gerência de Recursos Humanos
Marcus Vinicius Crippa Olmeto 12207-5  12207-6  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive informática Técnico em TI
Lílian Aparecida Ilheo 12207-7  12207-8  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive informática Técnico em TI
João Paulo de Oliveira Sousa 12207-9  12207-10  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive informática Técnico em TI
Cléber Ricardo Bolzan 12207-11 12207-12  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive informática Direção de Operações e Equipe Técnica
Alexandre Augusto da Silva Fraga 12207-13  12207-14  Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks Criactive informática Técnico em TI

Instrtor

Diego Spagnolo

CSCO PERMANENTE Cisco/Exin Accredited - Certification ITILv3 - ABNT/CEE-063/093 - and Management Corporate Risks

Nexus Teleworking Cisco Partner and 

ID: 10-077530-000

Proctor 

ID:938215219745

PhD - Cisco  

Arquiteto de Redes e Especialista em  Gerência e infraestrutura de Data Centers

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In today’s modern networks the interaction between applications and network infrastructures is increasingly important for service providers, content providers and enterprise businesses. The more network operators can interact with the network the more optimization to applications can be offered, which ultimately can offer new services that can generate incremental revenues.

In the past decade, large scale network operators have invested heavily in network infrastructure because of exploding growth in IP traffic. During the same period, their legacy revenues either stalled or declined, while new revenue streams did not make up for the loss.

With these type of infrastructure that lack to any advanced interaction with applications, especially, the applications and network infrastructure have been running in isolation. For example, the network infrastructure has no insight into which types of applications are being transported, in turn this can impact the SLAs expected by the end users.

Although Traffic engineering techniques, such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) traffic engineering, is commonly deployed by some service provider networks. However, they came with limitations such as scalability, operational complexity, and more. Although, with MPLS-TE the interaction between applications and network infrastructure was noticeably enhanced, it was not to the degree that meets the latest service providers and large enterprises challenges. For example:

  • The sheer number of application flows is increasing, as a result of 4K video, mobility, cloud services, and the Internet of Everything.
  • Application flows have increasingly dynamic and changing traffic patterns.
  • Applications flow control in the WAN is no longer sufficient to deliver a best-in-class customer experience; end-to-end control is now required.

Legacy traffic engineering techniques are struggling to deliver the expected outcomes. Therefore, network operators need a new approach to bring applications and network interaction to the next level, particularly in the software-defined network (SDN) era.

At the time of this article writing, Cisco addresses the above challenges with its Application Engineered Routing solution innovation that is specifically aimed at solving the issues and limitations highlighted above. This solution has three main components:

  • Applications
  • SDN controller (Cisco WAN Automation Engine WAE)
  • Network infrastructure.

The most vital element of this solution is how these components work together as integrated manner, as following:

  • The applications communicate their requirements, such as bandwidth, latency, SLAs, and preferred path to the SDN controller.
  • The SDN controller collects essential data from the network, such as the topology, link states, and traffic matrix - including link utilization and latency. The SDN controller takes into account the application requirements and the overall state of the network, then computes a specific network path and encodes it as a list of segments.
  • The SDN controller programs a single per-flow state at the first-hop router in front of the application. The specified flow is classified, and the list of segments is inserted in the packet header. From then on, the requirements of the application flow are delivered end to end by the multidomain network, from the data center through the WAN, and from Metro network on to the end users, without any further per-flow state programming, neither for forwarding nor for reclassification.

The below figure summarizes the aforementioned points.

 

In addition, if the state of the network changes or the application communicates new requirements, the SDN controller computes a new network path, encodes it as an updated list of segments, and reprograms a single perflow state at the first-hop router in front of the application. Other parts of network do not need to be changed.

The question here is, how this segment routing concept works?

Segment Routing

Segment Routing has been designed with SDN in mind and offers the right balance between distributed intelligence, centralized optimization, and application-based policy creation. Also, Segment Routing offers a simplified operational, optimized scalability, and more efficient utilization of the installed infrastructure.

Cisco has been at the forefront of this routing innovation since years, through thought leadership, standardization, product creation, and deployment.

  • Segment: A segment is a 32-bit identification for either a topological instruction or a service instruction. A segment can be either global or local. The following instructions could be used in a segment:
    • Service
    • Context
    • Locator
    • IGP-based forwarding construct
    • BGP-based forwarding construct
    • Local value or global index
  • Global Segment: Any node in the segment-routing domain understands the instruction associated with a global segment. Any node in the domain installs the related instruction in its Forwarding Information Base (FIB). Global segments fall in a subspace of the segment (or label) space called the Segment Routing Global Block (SRGB). The SRGB is usually defined as the range 16000 to 23999, and all the nodes in a network are allocated the same SRGB;
  • Local Segment: The instruction associated with a local segment is supported by only the node originating it. No other node installs a remote local segment in its FIB. 
  • IGP Segments: IGP (OSPF or IS-IS) can allocate segments for different purposes. E.g. A node segment is a segment allocated to a loopback that identifies a specific node

In the scenario illustrated below, the “16008” is the node segment of router Y, and allocated to the loopback of router Y, so when a packet injected by the head end router X to the network with top segment 16008, it will reach Y by the shortest-path. In this scenario ECMP path is used to reach Y.  

  • Adjacency Segment: An adjacency segment is a local segment signaled by IS-IS or OSPF; it is used to steer traffic onto an adjacency or a set of adjacencies.
  • BGP Prefix Segment: The BGP prefix segment is a global segment signaled by BGP associated to a prefix that is used to steer traffic along the ECMP-aware shortest path to the BGP prefix
  • BGP Peering Segment: The BGP segment is a local segment signaled by BGP Link State (topology information) to a SDN controller; it is used to steer traffic onto a BGP peer or over specific links.

However, Path computation in large, multidomain networks is a complex task and requires special computational components and cooperation between the elements in different domains. In IP/MPLS networks, this functionality is referred to as a Path Computation Element (PCE), as defined by RFC 4655. Cisco WAN Automation Engine WAE, acts as an external PCE Server, providing a centralized traffic-engineering database (TED). Nodes, endpoints, and applications that wish to request network paths that differ from the standard Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) shortest path can make Representational State Protocol (REST) API queries to WAE, which in turn calculates a network path matching the specific requirement. WAE then programs the network path to the network. In networks utilizing SR, Path Computation Element Protocol (PCEP) is the protocol commonly used between WAE and the multivendor nodes.

With this approach, network operators can achieve and advanced level of interaction between the applications and the underlying infrastructure enabled by the Cisco SDN controller (WAE) and segment routing technology.  

 

For example, the scenario illustrated in the figure below, The Cisco WAE is acting as an external PCE Server for centralized SR path calculations.

If an application requests 500 Mbps of end-to-end bandwidth over a low latency path, the IGP shortest path isn’t capable to provide this level of routing capability. However, WAE calculates the next-shortest path that fulfills the requirements and then uses PCEP to signal a list of segments to the head-end router (router X in the example).

The WAE as the SDN controller (PCE) will consider lower-latency path which would be translated into the segment of link with peer ID 166. Also, the PCE may learn the topology using BGPLS,IGP, SNMP, etc.

Note that with Segment Routing, the head-end router is the only router in the network that needs to be programmed by the controller (WAE), and it is the only place where this network state is maintained.

 

This was one example of the various scenarios this solution can optimize such as, advanced traffic engineering (without the complexity of RSVP-TE) and efficient MPLS VPN forwarding. Thanks to Orhan Ergun for doing the tech review of this post 

Kind regards, 

Marwan Alshawi

For more information about Cisco WAN Automation Engine:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/routers/wan-automation-engine/index.html

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/routers/wan-automation-engine/solution-overview-c22-731815.html

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The Common Services Platform Collector (CSPC) is critical to the success of your Cisco Network Optimization Service. Without the collector, we don’t have the visibility into your network to provide you the level of insight essential for successful optimization. The collector polls essential inventory and configuration data from Cisco devices, enabling us to:

  • Analyze the performance of your environment
  • Identify risks and vulnerabilities
  • Make recommendations for optimization
  • Develop 90-day plans
  • Provide continuous measurement of progress and improvements

Information security teams are understandably cautious when installing monitoring software in their environments. Security is a top priority for Cisco. The Common Services Platform Collector (CSPC) is managed with full scrutiny with regard to preventive methods and actions to make sure of industry-leading protection.

Check out this overview of collector security

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The Common Services Platform Collector (CSPC) is critical to the success of your Cisco Network Optimization Service. Without the collector, we don’t have the visibility into your network to provide you the level of insight essential for successful optimization. The collector polls essential inventory and configuration data from Cisco devices, enabling us to:

  • Analyze the performance of your environment
  • Identify risks and vulnerabilities
  • Make recommendations for optimization
  • Develop 90-day plans
  • Provide continuous measurement of progress and improvements

Information security teams are understandably cautious when installing monitoring software in their environments. Security is a top priority for Cisco. The Common Services Platform Collector (CSPC) is managed with full scrutiny with regard to preventive methods and actions to make sure of industry-leading protection.

Check out this overview of collector security

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Your Cisco Team of Experts

Did you know that one of the benefits of Cisco Network Optimization Service is access to industry-leading experts who will make sure of end-to-end support? The collective power of your Network Optimization Service team is a critical resource that can help you achieve your business goals.

This team could include a variety of experts who are backed by even more Cisco specialists, such as developers, business units, solutions engineers, technical assistance, and product development teams. 

You have a lot of expertise to help you optimize your network. Learn more about the roles that can comprise a Network Optimization Team

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Helpful insights for preparing for a quarterly business review and uses resources about network compliance analyses Read more...

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Learn about the types of analysis your NCE can do with the information gathered by the collector. Read more...

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The Common Services Platform Collector

The collector performs three distinct tasks:

  • network discovery
  • data collection
  • secure data upload

 

The sooner you have the collector up and running, the more quickly you can realize the value of your Network Optimization Service. You can help speed this process along by:

  • filling out the collector questionnaire
  • creating a seed list of your network devices
  • working with your information security team to make sure of data access and protection.

 

If you want to learn more about preparing for the collector, check out: http://demand.cisco.com/cspc.