Over last couple of years, networking industry has rallied around Ethernet Virtual Private Network (EVPN) protocol to deliver an end to end solution L2 and L3 connectivity – encompassing data center networks as well as WAN networks, providing a seaml
- Donyel Jones-Williams (djoneswi) 03-05-2015
As a super fan, I see Star Wars everywhere: on my phone, the background on my desktop—even my pets are named after Star Wars characters. The movie franchise has even followed me to Juniper, where our engineering organization is known as Juniper Development and Innovation—JDI for short, but we refer to it as “Jedi.” I was recently joking with a colleague, “Now that we are Jedi, we’re going to provide a new hope for ou
I was offered the opportunity to share this blog article which contains the typical “Junos 101 tips” that I give to new recruits/trainees in my company, so here we go! This article is a quick resume of "what to remember absolutely", and is the first step to go JNCIA-JUNOS certified.
About me: Network and Security Engineer in France, Juniper Elite Partner.
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OpenLab training and workshop tutorials gave my students—some of whom are now Gencore employees—exposure to state-of-the-art routing technologies, plus SDN and various programmable software assets in the Juniper portfolio, including Contrail. This knowledge and access enabled us to understand how to integrate research code into a production setting.
This is a guest blog post. Views expressed in this post are original thoughts posted by Ann Rote, Director, Global Marketing GTT. These views are her own and in no way do they represent the views of the company she works for.
It is certainly no secret that cloud solutions have become an integral part of how companies do business today and they continue to grow in importance. For enterprises, implementing cloud serv
We would like to recognize community members that have been busily participating in J-Net to reach the next level! We also have a new Distinguished Expert which is the highest ranking, so extra kudos to rparthi.
Over last couple of years, networking industry has rallied around Ethernet Virtual Private Network (EVPN) protocol to deliver an end to end solution L2 and L3 connectivity – encompassing data center networks as well as WAN networks, providing a seamless end to end connectivity, from an application server in one data center to a database server in the same or different data center to a user consuming that data on his
High-frequency trading is declining and may soon go the way of the Merchants of Venice. The new advantage comes from the ability to analyze breaking news and social media sentiment in real time and make trades based on a broad base of instantaneous information. Miss the increasingly narrow window—and miss the market.
The concept of online marketplaces for services has exploded in the last few years, generating significant venture capital investment in this space. By building a private, curated professional services marketplace together with our platform partner TaskIT, Juniper is an early adopter of this approach among networking infrastructure OEMs.
Engineers – they really are just like every other person, except if they can build it better, faster, stronger…they will.
As we celebrate Engineers Week 2015, we are putting the spotlight on network engineers and how they take the ordinary and make it great. Whether it’s an everyday task or connecting a global network, they do it with style. Here are just a few examples of why we are excited to celebrate engineers
Introducing our Juniper Fan-of-the-Month for February 2015, Eric Van Tol, an active Juniper fan on ourJ-Net Community! We appreciate all he does as a Juniper Fan and would like to congratulate him on being chosen for our February Fan-of-the-Month! Find out more about Eric below!
One major bank has declared war on the CLI. No more hacking away at the command line. Instead, they are taking a devops approach, one that integrates the disciplines of software development and IT operations, to move away from an antiquated way of running IT.
- Gonzalo Gómez Herrero (gonzalo) 02-19-2015
In previous articles at #TheRoutingChurn, we have reviewed academic aspects and analyzed the Loop Free Alternates (LFA) or IP Fast Reroute (FRR) applicability for a given network with diverse simulation options.
I am covering now some concrete Junos OS tidbits in our usual Junosphere topology in the coming posts to understand the particular influence of certain LFA features.