Introduction Trigger is an open source network automation framework with batteries included. Trigger differs from other automation projects such as Ansible, which is based on top of the Python SSH library Paramiko, by being built with the asynchronous I/O framework Twisted. Twisted allows for a staggering number of devices to be managed concurrently thanks to […]
I’ll be mainlining a ton of good tech info at Network Field Day 14. Here’s some info the on presenters and how you can play along.
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This post presents a solution to build secure layer-2 (VXLAN) tunnels across multiple sites. The solution utilizes the same underlying protocols that are used for DMVPN. With the growth of software defined datacenter (SDDC) customers are able to build complex virtual network topologies on demand with a single click. Right now they are restricted to […]
When designing a network, how much does latency really matter? For our purposes in this discussion, I’m defining latency as the amount of time it takes for a packet to leave a source and arrive at a destination. In other words, network latency specifically.