Here’s a video view of the Interop ITX conference from a Packet Pushers perspective, including scenes from the show floor, a business “meeting” & some commentary.
The CCDE (Cisco Certified Design Expert) practical exam which was set for May 11th 2017 has been cancelled. Globally. We still don’t know exactly why (and never will according to Cisco), something about irregularities. But let’s rewind a bit, shall we?
Here are the five most downloaded podcasts for the month of April in the year two thousand and seventeen. It’s an interesting mix of topics, including Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), object storage (I wouldn’t have predicted a storage topic to crack the top 5), a sponsored security show, and an earnest debate about the value […]
Oxidized is an open-source project started by Saku Ytti and Samer Abdel-Hafez as an alternative to the very popular RANCID software. A little over a year ago, I created a RANCID server to backup the configuration of my network devices. It has been a good, stable piece of software that has been doing the job very well across hundreds […]
At Apstra we’re adding three new sets of features in our Apstra Operating System (AOS) 1.2 release to help network engineers solve real problems.