I was reviewing some presentations on monitoring and visual charts from the monitorama conference. This caught my eye for a 3D representation for unicast, Multicast and Broadcast traffic (using Barycentric co-ordinates if I understand correctly). Barycentric representation uses 3D-coordinate system. Presentation can be found here Monitoring for Humans Can’t remember how I found this link Monitoring [...]
Have you ever needed to compare two Microsoft Word documents to see what change have been been made by your editor ? I’m using Kaleidoscope to perform exactly that. Works for text, image and code too.
OK. I’m stumped. I’m having a full blown WTF moment here. It seems the storage industry gets it’s spiral into dumb and dumber by the day. Here is lustrous and full bodied marketing failure from Brocade: I would often start product launch training meetings with the following rules: The first rule of this launch is [...]
Is everything at Cisco a game ? Cisco is changing the game, reducing complexity and making it simpler for enterprises to deliver and manage application delivery to users. Cisco ISR-AX is Now a Part of the Integrated Services Router Family!. Protecting Our Networks: It’s a Team Game Now! Cisco is changing the game for B2B [...]
One of the challenges for software defined networking or, more generally, automation is that you can create network failures that are faster and more comprehensive than ever before. Flowspec accepted the rule and relayed it to our edge network. What should have happened is that no packet should have matched that rule because no packet [...]
Cisco customers can update their licenses using this handy portal. Sounds good ? Exciting ? No, not the person who bought the software license, the partner that sold you the license can update the licenses. You might have forgotten who is Cisco’s real customer, and it’s not the person who paid for products. Partners, the [...]
Join our webinar about the nCloudX controller abstracts commonly deployed network routers, switches, firewalls and application delivery controllers, along with traditional tools like BGP, OSPF, MPLS and VRFs. Cloud operators and as well as cloud consumers can provision the network using predefined templates that remove the need to individually configure the underlying network hardware.
I have an RSS subscription to the all of the hot issues for Cisco Wireless for the last couple of years. One thing I know, Cisco Wireless has a lot of hot issues
Looking at using SDN & OpenFlow to perform a firewall migration on a rule by rule basis instead of using any of the other nasty, crufty hacks. Very useful when you want to find an easier and low risk way to get rid of those pesky CheckPoint firewall products.
Google has decided to end their Reader product that provided an interface to RSS. On the whole, it’s a good thing even though I’m unhappy that I have to change. I’m confident that something better will arrive so I will wait peacefully & patiently for the Internet to provide. Take a deep breath nerds. The [...]