Today organizations need to be prepared for a number of different types of DDoS attacks on their networks. Juniper Networks announced several new enhancements that allows its DDoS Secure solution to help the network better defend itself by using rout
Multi-path forwarding has been deployed extensively in data center networks as a way to increase capacity and resiliency. Flow-based hashing is widely used to split traffic onto multiple paths. However, such method may work poorly when there is a small number of disproportionaly large flows exists. This post will explore a dynamic load balancing mechanism called daptive flowlet splicing (AFS).
Every network revolution is an operations revolution. Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is showing great potential to stir the pot and bring about the next wave of network revolution. But the OSS/BSS system needs to go through a transformation to really operationalize NFV and make it a reality.
Vote for this joint proposal to OpenStack Summit Paris by Amdocs and Juniper to get a chance to hear the insights on
I have submitted two proposals to the “hands-on workshops” track at the upcoming OpenStack Summit in Paris, In these proposed sessions, the participants get an opportunity to experience some of the latest development in Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization that facilitate hybrid cloud deployment and operations, and simplify the life of a Virtualized Network Function (VNF) software developer
The SDN controller is often compared to a centralized brain for the network. It's a good analogy as it illustrates well the interaction between the SDN controller and the network equipment. The comparison also falls a bit short as the brain should not just include a controller but also big-data analytics to help taking decisions.
Complex creatures such as the octopus developed a distributed brain model... how about
This is a guest blog post. Views expressed in this post are original thoughts posted by Gary Barter, Marketing Manager, C4L. These views are his own and in no way do they represent the views of the company he works for.
Like many organisations C4L’s network had gradually evolved over a number of years, but the demands of customers and the pace of change of technology meant that we were reaching the critical tipping
This is a guest blog post. Views expressed in this post are original thoughts posted by Stuart Bates, Product Manager - Network Innovation, Imtech ICT. These views are his own and in no way do they represent the views of the company he works for.
At Juniper, we measure leadership in many ways. Perhaps the most important is how customers vote – through purchases, satisfaction, loyalty and a willingness to involve us in designing their future. We’ve been scoring dramatic results on all of these fronts with enterprise customers around the world.
Given this, we take issue with Juniper’s position in the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant report on enterprise access L
During the past nine months in my role, I’ve had the opportunity to engage in informative dialogues with Juniper partners from around the globe—one of the favorite parts of my job. Those conversations have helped the channel team determine what’s working,
My next few blog posts are focused on innovation systems. In this post I want to explore some 400-year-old insight that may change the way you think about innovation. It turns out that innovation is a human condition, but it can suffer greatly from the very efforts we use to codify it.
We live in an accelerating world. Breakthroughs in science and technology are occurring so frequently that they arrive already pass
We all like to consider ourselves independent spirits and most of us hate the notion that our behaviour can be mapped onto a process; that, in some way, we are predictable. Take two of my friends, they instinctively behave in different ways yet each trait can be identified as part of a proven process that leads to improved and more stable networks. I reveal all in the blog below.
We are pleased to introduce our July Spotlight member Ron Frederick, who is also known as ronf in the J-Net Community. Ron is a Super Contributor and has been a member of the J-Net community since 2011. You will find him in a number of our forums assisting users with their technical questions.
First, let me start with a quick teaser: in case you missed the announcement, I just heard that there will be a #JuniperTrivia on Twitter this Friday July 25th, 9AM PT. Check it out!
Now let's get back to the Junos Cup. As you probably know, the Junos Cup 2014 was finally awarded after a very tight final. This put an end to an exciting tournament, but the Junos Cup challenges are still alive. You can relive the exp