We are excited to introduce our Fan-of-the-Month for August, Tim Gregory. Tim came across our radar as a result of his technical blog Packets and Stuff. The community raved about the quality of his EVPN – the basics deep dive article on our socia
The control-plane SW for a Trio system creates an executable data structure based on the router configuration and on connectivity information from protocols such as BGP. This data structure encapsulates the flexible packet processing made possible by the Trio architecture. Most accesses to this data structure are 8-byte accesses. As a result, the Trio Packet Processing memory system is optimized to provide very high
Last week I published a blog post introducing OpenContrail Advisory Board (OCAB) members Edgar Magana, Cloud Operations Architect at Workday, Jakub Pavlik, CTO of tcpCloud, and Lachlan Evenson in a 5-part video series called Past, Present & Future: Bridging the Boundaries of Digital World & Beyond. Last week’s episode emphasized the importance of the OpenContrail community. In this episode, we turn to the most import
If you are in the Maryland vicinity please join us on September 20th, for a regional user group event at the Sheraton Columbia Town Center in Columbia, MD. You will have the opportunity to network with other Juniper users, engineers, and specialists, plus hear more about the latest technology trends.
You are invited to learn how Juniper Networks is working to help educational institutions enable their wireless campuses, prepare for evolving security threats, define cloud strategies and understand the future of campus automation.
On August 23, Juniper Networks announced that we signed a new agreement with systems provider Lenovo, under which Lenovo will facilitate distribution of Juniper networking products on a standalone basis or together with Lenovo’s products in China.
Just in time for VMworld, this certification underscores Juniper’s established and successful alliance with VMware to offer our customers the integration they need to succeed. As businesses continue to move to a Software-Defined Data Center model, compute, storage and networking capabilities are virtualized and tied together with orchestration software. With the Juniper-VMware solutions, we’re able to offer innovatio
We’re in the midst of a number of critical trends in marketing, key among them – the customer’s changing buying strategy. Customers have the power today, they are controlling the rules of engagement, the dialog, and the channels they use. They expect a more personal and relevant experience along their buying journey.
The Packet Processing Engine (PPE) used in the Trio architecture is a VLIW (Very Long Instruction Word), multi-threaded micro-coded engine core. Each micro-instruction controls multiple 32-bit ALUs, operand and result selection, complex multi-way branching, and some miscellaneous functions.
In this blog, I’ll focus on some of the aspects of the PPE that make it particularly well-suited to handle packet processing in
We are excited to introduce our Fan-of-the-Month for August, Tim Gregory. Tim came across our radar as a result of his technical blog Packets and Stuff. The community raved about the quality of his EVPN – the basics deep dive article on our social channels and they continue to share and comment on all of his blog content.
Everyone knows the benefits of open source. The ecosystem and community of people built around one cause is wonderful for innovation. More eyeballs on the same project means more, and faster prototyping, and greater efficiency in weeding out bugs. The community can work on their own schedule - and, those who consume the product can help to make it better, for everyone. Commonly, open sourced products are created upon
In January I shared what was on tap for 2016. Now that we’re more than halfway through the year, I would like to provide an update on how we are continuing to evolve our program to help partners capture immediate opportunities and position them for future growth.