My First 60 Days – Juniper Networks

When I first graduated college and lived as a professional in the big city, I worked in technical support at Bay Networks. I will never forget my experience and subsequently, Nortel. It was an amazing place with incredible people and I was happy there. Truly happy. But Nortel was going under and I needed to find  a new opportunity. As I was driving home I saw an “Open House” sign at RSA Security and I applied for some jobs and … I got one!!! Yay Me!!! #PewPew

Six months later I moved to EMC and a couple of years after that, VMware. I have had an amazing career and ironically, now I am back where it all started… a networking company. I work out of the office in Westford and the amount of people that I run in to from Bay and Nortel is amazing. It is almost like going back home, but better. The energy, the passion, the excitement, the drive to create and do amazing things is so alive at Juniper, I can not even explain it. What I love the best besides all those amazing things is the technology. I know without a doubt that I made the right decision to come to Juniper not only for the people but the technology… and I am just talking about the security products that have been virtualized… I have not even touched all the other cool stuff.

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So let’s just take a quick glimpse at these security products that have been virtualized (I of course will go into more detail on them in the future but I wanted to make you aware of them)…

Let’s see, there is the popular and often talked about Firefly Perimeter and Firefly Host but what about

It is important to understand the “listing” of the security products that have been virtualized because at this time, there is no virtualization tab on Juniper.net but there certainly are products available.

This has truly been an amazing 60 days with so much to do and I look forward to the next 60 months ;)

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