• AWS outage and the cloud

    Amazon Web Services’ recent outage of its east coast availability zones leaves some important lessons to be learned about cloud implementations.

  • See you at ISTE 2012!

    Next week San Diego will be hosting the largest K-12 technology conference in the nation, ISTE 2012. If you’re also heading to sunny California, we hope to see you there. Stop by the Meraki booth for a free t-shirt!

  • Squeezing the most out of WAN links

    Meraki’s WAN optimization reduces bandwidth consumption between sites and significantly accelerates application performance for users at remote locations. Here’s a look behind the scenes at some of the technologies we’ve built to enable this.

  • Virtual Stacking — the missing link in enterprise switch management

    Virtual Stacking is an industry-first technology that provides centralized management for up to 10,000 switch ports. Unlike traditional stacking, virtually stacked switches do not require a physical connection, can be in different physical locations, and can be of different switch models, thereby simplifying large scale, distributed deployments.

    (image courtesy of Pierrot Carre)

  • Virtual Stacking — the missing link in enterprise switch management

    Virtual Stacking is an industry-first technology that provides centralized management for up to 10,000 switch ports. Unlike traditional stacking, virtually stacked switches do not require a physical connection, can be in different physical locations, and can be of different switch models, thereby simplifying large scale, distributed deployments.

    (image courtesy of Pierrot Carre)

  • Powerful troubleshooting at your fingertips

    New tools in Meraki MS switches enable you to perform troubleshooting tasks such as Ethernet cable testing, searching through event logs, and live packet captures right from the Meraki dashboard.
    (image courtesy of William Hook)

  • 100% free mobile device management in 2 easy steps

    Meraki Systems Manager is a feature of our cloud management platform that allows you to control the devices on your network. Systems Manager now supports Apple iOS devices and we are making Systems Manager available to any organization – 100% free!

    (Image courtesy of flickingerbrad)