Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 30th June 2014 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Minimum Viable Bureaucracy, June 2014 Edition // Speaker Deck – Enjoyed this presentation on “Minimum Viable Bureauracy” – some stimulating ideas on how to build better managers of […]
Archives for June 2014
I’m completing a report for InformationWeek where the results suggest that customer have declining interest in converged hardware platforms. Then I noticed this post from Cisco on sales of FlexPod.
The WAN Optimisation market shrank by 12% in Q1. Predictable and unsurprising since WanOp is a enhancing technology that only sells when the market is quiet and stable. Managing WanOp complexity is a problem no one wants.
Facebook develops it’s own operating system for switches. This shows that OS’s like Cisco’s IOS and Juniper’s Junos are under attack and devalues those business. The destruction of the software moat means that customers have far more choice for their networks.
It is common wisdom that BGP is awesome because, you know, … something. It runs the Internet therefore it must good. It can be extended and that makes it good. Lots of vendors use it ….. Hang on. When you think about it there are no good, solid BGP implementation in open source. Quagga is […]