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Nerd knobs are treating the symptom but not the cause of bad networking.
Ubuntu announces a version for devices, Penguin Computing uses it for network operating systems
This video from Ken Duda at Arista is, perhaps, the best explanation of Arista’s success with customers. As an engineer, I found this talk inspirational. No bonuses for hitting ship dates. This avoids “good enough” code getting shipped. Sure there are money problems associated with this but Arista believes quality is better. You write the […]
Nodding my head so hard my chin is hitting my chest. “What tends to remain behind is the ‘residue’ — the least talented and effective IT engineers. They tend to be grateful they have a job and make fewer demands on management; even if they find the workplace unpleasant, they are the least likely to be able to find a job elsewhere. “
Ivan posted his answers to 3 questions posed by a media agency. I got the same email and perhaps my thoughts might add something to the discussion. Q. What can enterprises do to ensure that their infrastructure is ready for next-gen networking technology implementations emerging in the next decade? Hire more people and invest in […]
Google is set to make QUIC the default protocol for web browsing to improve performance by using HTTP over UDP.
The hardware makes the software possible but disappears quickly from view.
This is good news. Big Switch has contributed Open Network Linux to Open Compute Project and been accepted as the standard operating system for whitebox Ethernet. Analysis Customers now have a number of choices for operating system for theirwhitebox switches. I know of the following: Open Network Linux Cumulus Linux PicOS from Pica8 This is base […]
The Open Web Alliance is a lobby group that is opposed to secure and safe HTTPS traffic over the Internet and forms lobby group for the HTTP2 process to ensure that your Internet traffic can be intercepted and logged by service providers.