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The Tyranny of Choice: A Guide to Open Network Operating Systems (NOS) Reboot

The Tyranny of Choice: A Guide to Open Network Operating Systems (NOS) Reboot

This is my second installment of this particular blog, as the ever-changing landscape of the open networking world dictates it. We have a bevy of new additions on the software side mainly down to the new bare metal devices for the telecoms industry from the OCP projects from the ONF and TIP. You can catch up on this in my previous blog. Here are the 2020 runners and riders in alphabetical order so no one thinks I am playing favorites.

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The Tyranny of Choice: A Guide to Open Network Operating Systems (NOS) Reboot

This is my second installment of this particular blog, as the ever-changing landscape of the open networking world dictates it. We have a bevy of new additions on the software side mainly down to the new bare metal devices for the telecoms industry from the OCP projects from the ONF and TIP. You can catch up on this in my previous blog. Here are the 2020 runners and riders in alphabetical order so no one thinks I am playing favorites.

This is my second installment of this particular blog, as the ever-changing landscape of the open networking world dictates it. We have a bevy of new additions on the software side mainly down to the new bare metal devices for the telecoms industry from the OCP projects from the ONF and TIP. You can catch up on this in my previous blog. Here are the 2020 runners and riders in alphabetical order so no one thinks I am playing favorites.


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Data Center Fabrics – The What, When, How!

Data Center Fabrics – The What, When, How!

Legacy, multi-tiered data center architectures, originally designed for north-south traffic, have been pushed to breaking point with cloud computing, big data, virtualization and more. With east-west traffic now dominating the majority of data centre traffic, a new approach to network architecture was imperative. Step forward the data center fabric... Read article

Data Center Fabrics – The What, When, How!

Legacy, multi-tiered data center architectures, originally designed for north-south traffic, have been pushed to breaking point with cloud computing, big data, virtualization and more. With east-west traffic now dominating the majority of data centre traffic, a new approach to network architecture was imperative. Step forward the data center fabric... Legacy, multi-tiered data center architectures, originally designed for north-south traffic, have been pushed to breaking point with cloud computing, big data, virtualization and more. With east-west traffic now dominating the majority of data centre traffic, a new approach to network architecture was imperative. Step forward the data center fabric...

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The Tyranny of Choice: A guide to open source Network Operating Systems (NOS)

The Tyranny of Choice: A guide to open source Network Operating Systems (NOS)

The more choice we have, the less satisfied we become however we do need choice to feel freedom and autonomy when decision-making. This is known as the paradox of choice and rings true when buying a packet of crisps (or chips for my US friends), one of Heinz’s 57 varieties or selecting a NOS that best suits your needs. Consumer choice in this sphere is essential as every network requires something a little different to suit their very specific environmental demands. It is this choice that has driven creation, innovation, price and also keeps everyone in this market on their toes. Innovate or die was the cry! Read article

The Tyranny of Choice: A guide to open source Network Operating Systems (NOS)

The more choice we have, the less satisfied we become however we do need choice to feel freedom and autonomy when decision-making. This is known as the paradox of choice and rings true when buying a packet of crisps (or chips for my US friends), one of Heinz’s 57 varieties or selecting a NOS that best suits your needs. Consumer choice in this sphere is essential as every network requires something a little different to suit their very specific environmental demands. It is this choice that has driven creation, innovation, price and also keeps everyone in this market on their toes. Innovate or die was the cry! The more choice we have, the less satisfied we become however we do need choice to feel freedom and autonomy when decision-making. This is known as the paradox of choice and rings true when buying a packet of crisps (or chips for my US friends), one of Heinz’s 57 varieties or selecting a NOS that best suits your needs. Consumer choice in this sphere is essential as every network requires something a little different to suit their very specific environmental demands. It is this choice that has driven creation, innovation, price and also keeps everyone in this market on their toes. Innovate or die was the cry!

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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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