Now I know why the IETF isn’t doing stuff that Enterprises care about.
Archives for March 2016
I was inspired by this presentation rom Petr Lapukhov from Facebook Networking about the software they have been developing to monitor and operate the network.
One reason why IPv6 has slow adoption is that the seven layer model has created a “waist” where change is possible in some layers but impossible in others. As the diagram below suggests, change in applications and protocols (Layer 5/6/7) is possible while Layer 1/2 has slower change but it does happen. The one thing that […]
I have been talking about the value of well designed interfaces in network monitoring tools for a few years because the current generation is badly designed. I’m wasting a lot of time getting through the pain barrier before the software becomes useful.
Takeaway: I was supposed to learn life lessons by participation in “sportsball” at school. Looking back, everything I learned was wrong for the modern era. So you played sportsball because the school education systems tells you that its good for your education. Sportsball is generic term for whatever team sport you played at school – […]