Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 29th June 2013 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Is There Any Point to the 12 Times Table? « Wolfram Blog – Why do I never think to question the important things in life. My government (I’m […]
Archives for June 2013
The next topic of a technology discussion to consider is whether the overlay network needs to be integrated, in some way, with the physical network. To recap, an overlay network uses modern tunnelling protocols to connect software Network Agents in Hypervisors or Operating Systems. Today, these Network Agents are little more than “robot patch panels” (you probably call them vSwitch’s) but in the near future these agents will be complete networking devices performing switching, routing & filtering inside your server.
Conceptually, I’m not big on predicting what specific companies will or will not do. That’s what analysts are supposed to do. But we have talked plenty about Insieme over the last year and I feel like taking some guesses at what might be announced at Cisco Live US next week in an areas I think I know something about. It could be fun or foolish but I’ll take the punt. What the heck.
There plenty of things about participating on Twitter that are annoying. Photos of food, location message like “I’m at a cheap chain restaurant” eating the same food as everyone else or even “You got to the first level of $game”. But the worst things for me are Tweet Chats where people start randomly spewing out […]