Category Archives: SDN
The world of technology as we know is changing fast, faster than many predicted. This is certainly true in the data center. In the “Old days” (more than 3 years ago) most of my time was spent evangelising a particular … Continue reading
This video gives a complete walkthrough of configuring a Cisco UCS domain into a Cisco ACI Fabric, and then extending the Cisco ACI Policy into a VMware vSphere environment within that UCS infrastructure. Have fun!
Those that know me, will be well aware that I’m no stranger to the inside of a saloon, and it was during one of these evenings that I got into a debate on Formula 1, now I don’t really follow … Continue reading
Listen to Cisco Champion radio with Joe Onisick @jonisick and Colin Lynch @UCSguru on Cisco ACI and Nexus 9000 hosted by Amy Lewis @CommsNinja http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-132150/TS-828758.mp3
When you next look up at the night sky, you may see a bright spec in the distance, and that bright spec is set to get a lot brighter. The spec of which I speak is Software Defined Networking (SDN) … Continue reading
Your indispensible guides to making your IT life simpler. So what is VXLAN and why do we need it? Well put simply it’s VLAN with an X in the middle 🙂 the X standing for eXtensible. VXLAN was a joint … Continue reading