Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 16th February and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Does FCoE require DCB Ethernet? – Brass Tacks – If you don’t understand this answer, you don’t want FCoE. You would be better off with a protocol that can reliably […]
Archives for February 2012
Juniper QFabric is a new approach to Ethernet Switch Fabrics. When it was announced last year,it was noted that the underlying physical design is a completely different approach to building Switch Fabrics. Here I’m taking a loosely research based approach to understand how Juniper QFabric is different from all other approaches to the problem, and also a look at some of the challenges ahead.
Over the last few months I’ve been looking at Network Management options that are not OpenFlow or SNMP based. This led to NETCONF & YANG and these are my working notes from some time spent reading and researching.
Thanks to Ivan at IPspace.net, we have posted the video and presentations from the SDN & OpenFlow on Tuesday including a demonstration of the OpenFlow/SDN with the BigSwitch virtualization controller.
Pass the tissues please, I need to wipe away these tears of laughter.