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[Video] Interview with Mike Capuano – Pluribus Networks

[Video] Interview with Mike Capuano – Pluribus Networks

We interviewed Mike Capuano, CMO of Pluribus Networks, at the OCP Summit in San Jose earlier this year. Mike talks about simplifying the software-defined data center, using a combination of their Netvisor ONE and Adaptive Cloud Fabric to enable programmability and lower capital and operating costs by leveraging white box economics.

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[Video] Interview with Mike Capuano – Pluribus Networks

We interviewed Mike Capuano, CMO of Pluribus Networks, at the OCP Summit in San Jose earlier this year. Mike talks about simplifying the software-defined data center, using a combination of their Netvisor ONE and Adaptive Cloud Fabric to enable programmability and lower capital and operating costs by leveraging white box economics.

We interviewed Mike Capuano, CMO of Pluribus Networks, at the OCP Summit in San Jose earlier this year. Mike talks about simplifying the software-defined data center, using a combination of their Netvisor ONE and Adaptive Cloud Fabric to enable programmability and lower capital and operating costs by leveraging white box economics.


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Wi-Fi  - The Cause of and Solution to All of Life’s Problems Part II

Wi-Fi - The Cause of and Solution to All of Life’s Problems Part II

Billy Connolly, the Scottish comedian, laughing at his father for losing his glasses again jokingly told him about an article he had read for a prescription car windscreen. His father thought this would be the greatest thing since sliced bread and wanted one immediately. Now, imagine the vision as this vehicle approaches and a man with a head the size of a small asteroid is looking at you. Or the confusion of a new owner as he drove off into a lamppost!! My point is we have to careful when looking at things we are told will change our lives for the better. We have all heard the buzz around 5G so let’s have a look and see if it’s a prescription windscreen or our generation’s sliced bread. 

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Wi-Fi - The Cause of and Solution to All of Life’s Problems Part II

Billy Connolly, the Scottish comedian, laughing at his father for losing his glasses again jokingly told him about an article he had read for a prescription car windscreen. His father thought this would be the greatest thing since sliced bread and wanted one immediately. Now, imagine the vision as this vehicle approaches and a man with a head the size of a small asteroid is looking at you. Or the confusion of a new owner as he drove off into a lamppost!! My point is we have to careful when looking at things we are told will change our lives for the better. We have all heard the buzz around 5G so let’s have a look and see if it’s a prescription windscreen or our generation’s sliced bread. 

Billy Connolly, the Scottish comedian, laughing at his father for losing his glasses again jokingly told him about an article he had read for a prescription car windscreen. His father thought this would be the greatest thing since sliced bread and wanted one immediately. Now, imagine the vision as this vehicle approaches and a man with a head the size of a small asteroid is looking at you. Or the confusion of a new owner as he drove off into a lamppost!! My point is we have to careful when looking at things we are told will change our lives for the better. We have all heard the buzz around 5G so let’s have a look and see if it’s a prescription windscreen or our generation’s sliced bread. 


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Containers, Docker and Kubernetes: A Beginner's Guide

Containers, Docker and Kubernetes: A Beginner's Guide

Container platforms and Cloud Native are the talk of the town, with Kubernetes, or k8s as it is stylized, recently being crowned the victor in the bloody but aptly named ‘Container Wars’. The white flag of surrender for management and orchestration was raised by Docker which now supports Kubernetes natively. Docker is still the container engine of choice though. This means that most Cloud Native systems are going to contain both platforms in a complementary fashion.

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Containers, Docker and Kubernetes: A Beginner's Guide

Container platforms and Cloud Native are the talk of the town, with Kubernetes, or k8s as it is stylized, recently being crowned the victor in the bloody but aptly named ‘Container Wars’. The white flag of surrender for management and orchestration was raised by Docker which now supports Kubernetes natively. Docker is still the container engine of choice though. This means that most Cloud Native systems are going to contain both platforms in a complementary fashion.

Container platforms and Cloud Native are the talk of the town, with Kubernetes, or k8s as it is stylized, recently being crowned the victor in the bloody but aptly named ‘Container Wars’. The white flag of surrender for management and orchestration was raised by Docker which now supports Kubernetes natively. Docker is still the container engine of choice though. This means that most Cloud Native systems are going to contain both platforms in a complementary fashion.


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[Video] Interview with Brian O'Sullivan, Senior Director, Product Management at Cumulus Networks

[Video] Interview with Brian O'Sullivan, Senior Director, Product Management at Cumulus Networks

We had the pleasure of interviewing Brian at the OCP Summit in San Jose, this March. Hot off the press - Brian comments on Cumulus's joint announcement with Facebook & Edgecore about the release of Facebook open modular switch for data centers, describing its features and benefits in depth. Brian also tackles the question of how to solve the challenges of deploying on commodity hardware. Read article

[Video] Interview with Brian O'Sullivan, Senior Director, Product Management at Cumulus Networks

We had the pleasure of interviewing Brian at the OCP Summit in San Jose, this March. Hot off the press - Brian comments on Cumulus's joint announcement with Facebook & Edgecore about the release of Facebook open modular switch for data centers, describing its features and benefits in depth. Brian also tackles the question of how to solve the challenges of deploying on commodity hardware. We had the pleasure of interviewing Brian at the OCP Summit in San Jose, this March. Hot off the press - Brian comments on Cumulus's joint announcement with Facebook & Edgecore about the release of Facebook open modular switch for data centers, describing its features and benefits in depth. Brian also tackles the question of how to solve the challenges of deploying on commodity hardware.

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Wi-Fi  - The cause of and solution to all of life’s problems 

Wi-Fi  - The cause of and solution to all of life’s problems 

I can clearly remember the day I lost complete perspective concerning my love of all things Wi-Fi. I was in the sitting room with my wife (who is a nurse) and I was explaining to her about a technique to increase data rates called Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM). To begin with she looked at me wide eyed in expectation at being wowed, very briefly, by yet another awesome technological advance.  15 minutes later she was literally snoring. The sad part was I kept on going.  Read article

Wi-Fi  - The cause of and solution to all of life’s problems 

I can clearly remember the day I lost complete perspective concerning my love of all things Wi-Fi. I was in the sitting room with my wife (who is a nurse) and I was explaining to her about a technique to increase data rates called Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM). To begin with she looked at me wide eyed in expectation at being wowed, very briefly, by yet another awesome technological advance.  15 minutes later she was literally snoring. The sad part was I kept on going.  I can clearly remember the day I lost complete perspective concerning my love of all things Wi-Fi. I was in the sitting room with my wife (who is a nurse) and I was explaining to her about a technique to increase data rates called Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM). To begin with she looked at me wide eyed in expectation at being wowed, very briefly, by yet another awesome technological advance.  15 minutes later she was literally snoring. The sad part was I kept on going. 

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Open Networking: Life on the Edge

Open Networking: Life on the Edge

Gone are the halcyon days when explaining a concept like the edge of a network could be accomplished in a sentence or two. It could be described as a controlled boundary between two networks, or the point at which traffic exits the core, or even simply the entry and exit points to the network. These explanations, while somewhat correct in their summary, are about as useful in describing the carrier’s edge or edge computing as an ashtray on a motorbike.  Read article

Open Networking: Life on the Edge

Gone are the halcyon days when explaining a concept like the edge of a network could be accomplished in a sentence or two. It could be described as a controlled boundary between two networks, or the point at which traffic exits the core, or even simply the entry and exit points to the network. These explanations, while somewhat correct in their summary, are about as useful in describing the carrier’s edge or edge computing as an ashtray on a motorbike.  Gone are the halcyon days when explaining a concept like the edge of a network could be accomplished in a sentence or two. It could be described as a controlled boundary between two networks, or the point at which traffic exits the core, or even simply the entry and exit points to the network. These explanations, while somewhat correct in their summary, are about as useful in describing the carrier’s edge or edge computing as an ashtray on a motorbike. 

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