Lewis tells us… He’s been in IT for 5 years, and a network engineer for half of that time. He’s a CCNP interested in SDN. He’s thinking about VCP6-NV, but isn’t sure he has a use-case. He’s considering CCIE R&S, but also looking into Microsoft & Linux certs. Q: “There is such a large amount […]
I don’t wish to minimize the impact IoT will have on network traffic, analytical workloads, and eventual business decision-making. However, I think the infrastructure vendors are grasping for a new unicorn they can ride into the average enterprise to drive the next big sales cycle. IoT is their current answer.
Go ahead. Use the open source. Feel the community goodness. Feel joy at sticking it to whichever vendor you pay the largest bills to. Only, free OSS is a myth.
In 2013, I wrote an article categorizing SDN into centralized control, network virtualization, orchestration, and programmability. Does that fit in 2016?
SDN isn’t a meaningful term. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have emerging networking techniques that are interesting, because we do. Which ones are they?