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Nick Buraglio
Works at ESnet
Attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lives in Savoy, IL
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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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Yes, more of this please!
Security is everyone's responsibility at the famous social network. These five ingredients are what make up the secret sauce.
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The worlds most powerful network let me deploy some SDN. 
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Does Your Favorite Startup Support IPv6?
Whenever you talk to a new startup evaluating whether you’d consider including their products in your network, don’t forget to ask them a fundamental question: “ does your product support IPv6? ” If they reply “ Nobody has ever asked for it ”, it’s time to ...
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Enterprise IPv6 Adoption Explained
The OSCON keynote by Simon Wardley explains a number of things, including (lack of) enterprise IPv6 adoption . Enjoy!
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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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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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I'm leading an SD-WAN related webinar as a guest of Silver Peak on November 19, 2015 at 12pm PT / 3pm ET. If you'd like to attend, register via http://bit.ly/1MqVD6S.
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A few years ago I wrote some text on interdomain SDN. Years later, work is being done, smart people are thinking about it and building ways to make it a reality. Not being one to give up on an idea, I gave this presentation in may at ChiNOG  on what my…
Building Interdomain SDN using ExaBGP and simple code.
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The ramblings on this site never seem to have any consistency. Actually, that’s a bit of the point. And to that point, I am going to journal and present something that I have wanted to do for as long as it has been doable. LASIK. Laser eye correction, to…
The cost, experience and day-by-day recovery of experiencing iLASIK eye surgery to correct near sightedness
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Reliability of SD-WAN and Hybrid WAN Solutions
My Business Case for SD-WAN blog post received numerous comments pointing out the potential pitfalls of hybrid WAN, including reduced security, unreliable Internet services and denial-of-service attacks. While all those comments are perfectly valid, I still...
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Network Engineer, Sometimes-Network Security Engineer, Beer Maker, BSD and Linux enthusiast, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and grappling practitioner, Bicyclist, photographer, Sometimes-artist, Cautious Optimist, Husband, Dad.
Employment
  • ESnet
    Network Engineer, 2013 - present
  • University of Illinois
    Lead Network Engineer, 2008 - 2013
  • ICCN
    Lead Network Engineer, 2008 - 2013
  • National Center for Supercomputing Applications
    Network Engineer, 2002 - 2012
  • Sol Tec, inc.
    Senior Network Engineer, 2000 - 2002
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Savoy, IL
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Champaign, IL - Normal, IL - Clinton, IL
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Skated, Boxed, grappled, wrestled with the best in the biz. Crazy maverick sometimes. I like to think outside the box. Wait, what box?
Education
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Illinois State University
  • Richland Community College
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buraglio, ndb, w9ndb, nickb