Dell OS10 is an open network operating system ounces its open network operating system(NOS) called OS10. Here are my thoughts and reactions. Operating System OS10 is a open source linux for networking devices. The base operating system has limited features in the same way that Windows or Linux on x86 has limited features. You can purchase […]
Archives for May 2016
This app looks useful for testing firewall rules after they have been applied
This article has opened my eyes to a future where a single fibre cable can have multiple cores. The future of Ethernet is yet to be determined as the IEEE community fights over whose technology patents will be used so that revenue from FRAND licensing can justify their own positions. So while we wait for […]
Its “best practice” to assume that IT vendor products are faulty, have serious bugs and will fail in normal operation at anytime.
Cisco has killed the Nexus 6000 product line and you have 12 months to get your last orders in. This is long overdue. I’ve never understood why Cisco has so many different different Ethernet switch products that are effectively identical. The impact of merchant silicon and the success of the Nexus 9000 product overshadowed this […]