Monthly Archives: May 2016

If a tree falls in a forest; If a packet crosses a network

Some observations of late: The only reason to have a network is so that application traffic can traverse it. The days of network engineers being able to keep up by typing IOS commands are quickly coming to an end Network … Continue reading

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Seriously – SDN is going to explode

I recently joined CFN Services (check it out – despite my new bias – cool stuff :).  At CFN Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) is a massive topic.  Our CEO, Mark Casey (LinkedIn), talks about how prevalent dematerialization is.  Below, Peter … Continue reading

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SDI, SDN, NFV, SDWAN (or Lions and Tigers and Bears, OH MY!)

I was a networking person as an intern in college and during my time in the Marine Corps.  When I left active duty I crossed over to the software side of things.  I’m pretty good at technical things and a … Continue reading

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