The answer that you get from your vendor is never a __YES__ , or, not directly. This handy guide is the eight levels of vendor acceptance where answers
Archives for September 2011
Was accessing some Juniper documentation today, and found this. It’s a very neat feature that’s let you download all the documentation for JunOS in a single-ish download.
Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 23 Sep 2011:
One of the problems of working with the PRINCE2 practitioners is that the people tend to get highly focussed on definitions in the Scope of Works. A Scope of Works defines what the deliverables the customer is to received.
The problem with a Scope of Works is that it is usually prepared before the work is started and/or fully understood. maybe you have a Gap Analysis, or a Consulting Reports or a Requirements Document to setup the initial engagement (every company has their own name of the same thing).
It’s obvious #VXLAN was conjured up by a cloudtard. Simple minds devise simple solutions without seeing the complex problems they missed. Here are five things that VXLAN tells us about the networking industry.