I think that the time for Network Diagrams is coming to a close. It takes large amounts of time ( and thus money) to produce diagrams. Maintaining diagrams is difficult, costly and something that should be automated. Networks are not static today. Overlays, IPsec Tunnels, VMs, virtual appliances. How can a diagram stay up to […]
Not just big, but huge.
Must watch to understand BPF in Linux
This is my current ‘goto’ textbook to refresh my brain
What you really want is ….
I’m interested in fonts. The two space remains bunk.
Change the way you think about strategy and why mapping works ?
Metrics lead to gaming the system
If Intel fails to deliver, imma gonna have to wait for new MacBooks for longer.
In my view, Intent Based Networking (IBN) is going to be journey. Its not a specific thing like ‘routing’ or ‘traffic shaping’. Its not a product or a feature, its group of technologies. In the same way that Software Defined Networking is a broad definition. I think I can see a way to classify how […]
Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity
Why BGPSec turned out the way it did ?
Apparently Net Neutrality repeat
This article was first published in Human Infrastructure Magazine at PacketPushers.net. The cost selling products to the Enterprise is large. How large ? As a rough guide, 20% of a typical IT companies cost is sales and marketing. The number varies, more when a company has a push to grow quickly (Palo Alto Networks had […]
Stop pretending that you got a good deal when you paid premium prices for goods that cost a fraction of the sale price to make.
A deep, comprehensive review of BPF
Because iptables was never meant to do what it does
There are many ways that buyers of Enterprise IT are stupid. Mostly its bad leadership and poor management that leads to poor decisions and processes like ITIL. Sometimes its pride preventing you from admitting failure, or the allure of a free steak lunch (putting one over your salary owner by paying for it with overpriced […]