Its a fact that bugs and faults in networking products is not a key issue for customers. Indeed vendors rely on customer testing and deployment to find bugs before declaring their products as fully tested or generally available. I believe this created a process of moral hazard and false incentives. IETF RFC1925 2. The Fundamental Truths – […]
Archives for January 2016
Reliable sources tell me that Cisco is undergoing a huge internal transformation now that Chuck Robbins is in charge. I haven’t been able to see any evidence of this transformation and have been wondering when customers would see the results. Cisco Enterprise was presenting at Network Field Day 11 and this particular presentation from Cisco Enterprise […]
Whitebox and Merchant Silicon might mean network operating systems that are designed for specific use cases.
The IT Storage market is going through a lot of change. New silicon designs from Intel & Micron branded 3D Xpoint are impacting the short term future of the “all flash array” market. Intel has developed NVMe so that that speed of accessing this fancy new storage can be realised because the 30-year old SCSI/NFS/Fibrechannel protocols […]
Ivan posted here: I’ll take ownership of the statement because at least it sounds like something I have discussed on the podcast and, sadly, because there aren’t that many networking podcasts. The comment is in relation to the purpose of a stateful firewall when compared to a stateless firewall aka access lists. I do think that […]