I’m sorry for the inconvenience.
Yeah, it appears I made the trip in for nothing. And I had to put on pants!
It was an accusation.661 more words
Continued from Part 1.
For Comparison with traditional NOS, 447 more words
If you can sign up with reliable data centers in India, you stand to gain many benefits. Server colocation is becoming hugely popular these days because you can place your own servers in the space belonging to a third party for a nominal charge. 494 more words
Some time ago, I had compiled some Notes to assist in explaining BCF Firewall Service Insertion to an audience from a Traditional Networking background. The details are fairly easy consumption. 607 more words
This post is a continuation of Part 1.
Layer 3 handoff to external peers outside the fabric is the ideal option with BCF. 720 more words
Within the Cloud fabric, both the Edge port capacity (Leaf) & Fabric bandwidth (Spine) can scale out in response to demands. This means that instead of investing upfront in capacity/bandwidth, as was the case with Multi-Tier Fat tree architectures, the network fabric is elastic and can grow/stretch over time. 356 more words