Ivan Pepelnjak from ipSpace.net comments:
A while ago I wrote about ATAoE and why I think a layer-2-only TFTP-like protocol shouldn’t be used these days. As always, the answer to that black-and-white opinion (and I’m full of them) is “it depends” — ATAoE works great if you do it right.
One of the more animated presentations from Storage Field Day 1 now gets some attention in the networking space. Followed by the Network Engineer’s favorite answer: it depends.
Read more at: ATAoE Is Alive and Well
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