Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Friday, May 17, 2013
"Forwarding and Control Element Separation (ForCES) defines an
architectural framework and associated protocols to standardize
information exchange between the control plane and the forwarding
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Monday, May 13, 2013
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I'll be there with HP! If you can come, please do!
Friday, May 10, 2013
Honestly I dont agree. While there will be vendors that will make their pitch to move to SDN to save capital costs... but really the big savings..and the savings that will drive the industry (for the right reasons) will be operating savings.
And to get operating savings... we will need to instantiate lot of functionality in the network. I think hardware costs will probably stay the same. the parts we will save on..we will pour back into different parts.
Right now.. ASICs are not openflow orientated. They dont have big enough flow tables for all the cool applications that come out. My wish list is for asics with really big flow tables. That way I can get really granular and push lots of rules down to the edge of my network. What I want to do is push functionality that is in the distro and the core out the edge. Deal with traffic closest to the source or destination. I also want my edge boxes to have lots of extra cores...so I can do security, deep packet inspection, or manipulation. I want compute power to instantiate apps on my edge.
I think that hardware will become richer, not poorer
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
IP fabric built on bgp
Mpls over GRE to connect vswitchs
Xmpp to do control
And a northbound api
Also mentioned was a router..which I think does the mpls over gre
Really? This is exactly the kind of network protocol gumbo the industry wants to move away from!
Cisco kicked off and had 30min to talk to us about sdn. I saw one slide that mentioned sdn. And instead of educating us on anything at all..other than Cisco is "great"... The speaker played basketball on stage.
Cisco isn't even trying to be part of the conversation!
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Friday, May 3, 2013
@tolly tries to bury the new @hp_networking 11900 switch..but we end up burying their test gear! #booyah
(64) 40gb/s interfaces running snake test with 2.56tb/s of traffic... what a monster!