Automation and orchestration are key topics that are driving conversations around SDN and other IT ideas. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at each through the lens of top-down vs. bottom-up methodology and why each has a place in your environment.
In this edition of Gestalt News:
– Tom Hollingsworth breaks down what GDPR means for your data
– Enrico Signoretti sits down for the IT Origins Interview
– The On-Premise IT Roundtable discusses why licensing models matter
A New Year, a new iteration of Gestalt News!
On tap for this week:
– The On-Premise IT Roundtable discusses Intent-Based Networking
– The Gestalt IT Rundown looks at the biggest news stories of 2017
– and Rich Stroffolino debates is data is the new…solar?
Gestalt IT is here with your bi-weekly slate of all the latest and greatest in networking news. In this edition:
– Cumulus Networks and the conundrum of hardware
– Juniper Networks defines the self-driving network
– DDoS detection solutions
– And automating in a sea of vendors
All this plus a review of the best novelty MacBook Pro Touch Bar apps!
At Networking Field Day, Juniper Networks gave details and a technical deep dive into their Junos operating system for their routers. They specifically went into great detail about some of the automation now available. It’s genuinely impressive. But I really enjoyed how the presentation started.
By now, you’ve probably heard that Brocade was purchased by Broadcom (if you haven’t… I’m sorry to break it to you this way). But what you might not have heard is that Broadcom plans to sell off Brocade’s IP networking business. Drew Conry-Murray at Packet Pushers breaks down how this sale might go down. In […]
Anthony Burke of Network Inferno comments: By now many in the network and security field will have heard about the announcement from Juniper. Juniper’s commentary about an internal code review identifying malicious code on their ScreenOS platform sparked a marked increase of hype on the Twittersphere. Everywhere ranging from the US Senate down to the […]
John Herbert of Lame Journal comments: Some years back I took the Cisco LAN Switch Configuration (CLSC) exam as part of my CCNP. One of the my biggest complaints about the exam was that in my opinion, there was not enough technical subject matter to fill the exam, so Cisco fell back on testing us […]
Jason Edelman writes on his blog: Software Defined Networking (SDN) is the new way of networking. It’s plain and simple. And one of these days we’ll just go back to calling it networking because at its root, the network will still be forwarding the data needed for businesses to operate and thrive. […]
John Herbert of Lame Journal writes: This week I decided I wanted to write a program that would grab the routing table from a Junos router so I could look at monitoring differences before and after a change and see if anything in the routing table had changed. Forget that this is Junos for a […]