Learn more about Elisa Jasinska – Network Toolsmith

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  Elisa Jasinska started her Internet career as a Network Engineer at the Amsterdam Internet Exchange in 2005. The exchange point, also called AMS-IX, is a member driven non-profit Internet exchange based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. With its small team, great atmosphere and incredibly smart people, AMS-IX made Elisa enthusiastic about networks and Internet technologies and she has been enjoying the Internet industry ever since.   Being part of a…

Microsoft’s Best Presents at NANOG55 Event – by Petr Lapukhov

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North American Network Operator Group, or NANOG, is an open forum bringing together network engineers from the US/Canada’s largest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and enterprises. The main goals of NANOG meetings are exchanging ideas, presenting designs, giving tutorials, learning new things, and sharing operational experience. The event is very popular among network operators, and gathers hundreds of people three times a year. You can meet people from the industry leading…

Daniel – Network Service Engineer – Global Networking Services Enterprise Solutions

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Greetings, I am a recent addition to the Microsoft Corporation.  I was lucky enough to land a position on the Global Networking Services Enterprise Solutions team where we design the networks that support the Business Online Services. Prior to Microsoft I worked for a small Cisco Systems partner where we specialized in mid-sized enterprises.  This provided me exposure to a large number of customers all running networks in very different…

Engineering Matters by Bengt

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Bengt – Director, Network Engineering – Global Networking Services Team I’ve been in Microsoft’s Global Networking Services (GNS) team for just over 36 months.  Global Networking Services is the team that designs, deploys and supports the networks behind Microsoft’s online services, including Bing, Windows Azure, Microsoft Business Productivity Online Services, Hotmail, Windows Live Messenger, and Microsoft.com.  I recently reflected on why I came here.   I’ve been ‘heads down’ in…