Managing Network End of Life
Managing the lifecycle of your network equipment is a vital part of maintaining the security of your IT environment. Being able to verify that the equipment which underpins your IT is supportable, maintainable and replaceable should it fail is fundamental. But so few organisations really…
Declaration of Intent!
After presenting IP Fabric at Networking Field Day 23, a number of Twitter threads started probing at the idea of Intent-Based Networking (IBN) – is it simply a marketing term that vendors use to sell more gear or does it have a deeper meaning? And…
Can You Handle the Truth?
A lively debate sparked up after Networking Field Day 23, where we presented IP Fabric to a panel of delegates and hundreds of eager online viewers. Could we class our solution as a “Source of Truth” for the network? The conclusion was “Yes”. And “No”….
5 Ways To Sell Your Network Automation Project
Let’s face it, as network engineers, we get excited about connectivity. We care about the cool technologies we get to play with to connect users to apps, “things” to data stores. However, fundamentally “The Business” doesn’t care about switches and routers, circuits and routing protocols….