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Nick Buraglio
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Edit: Going against my normal “just get the content out there” methodology, I’ve been mulling over this blog post since July of 2016.  Segment routing is such a beautifully elegant solution I have had trouble articulating that fact. WAN technologies are…

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I sat in on this podcast. There is a lot of great networking info in here!!!
Using Macvlan and Ipvlan with Docker on Software Gone Wild
A few weeks after I published Docker Networking podcast, Brent Salisbury sent me an email saying “hey, we have experimental Macvlan and Ipvlan support for Docker ” – a great topic for another podcast. It took a while to get the stars aligned, but finally we...

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     I was recently at a meeting where BGP RPKI was the topic de jour. While this has been a topic that I have visited on occasion of the last few years and something I wanted to spend significant time on, I have found that setting aside the time has been…

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The sixth [and arguably very overdue] installment of my NIX4NetEng series, this began as an overly complex diatribe about DNS. As it evolved, I realized that DNS is so complex and far reaching that it could never be contained in one meager post. DNS is a…

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I’m way overdue for a soapbox session — I found this one in my drafts and thought it was something I needed to put out there. It’s already dated in terminology but that actually helps make the point – it’s hard to keep up.  Lets throw this out there:…

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This was really fun to do and then discuss. I recommend listening for anyone that has questions about actually running an SDN network outside of a lab. 
Running Open Daylight in Production Network on Software Gone Wild
Nick Buraglio used OpenDaylight and OpenFlow-enabled switches to build a part of the exhibition network of a large international supercomputing conference and was kind enough to talk about his real-life experience in Episode 47 of Software Gone Wild . We co...

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Broadcom Tomahawk 101
Juniper recently launched their Tomahawk-based switch (QFX5200) and included a lot of information on the switching hardware in one of their public presentations (similar to what Cisco did with Nexus 9300), so I got a non-NDA glimpse into the latest Broadcom...

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