Several weeks ago, Juniper Networks officially released an updated version of Firefly Perimeter. The version is 12.1x47 D10.2. We provided a lot of new and amazing updates in to the product. I wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with an understanding of what is currentl
Server virtualization enables applications to be created, deployed, scaled up and scaled down instantly to address evolving business demands. The increased agility afforded by server virtualization reduces costs and makes IT greener.
But what happens when things go wrong? How do you identify hotspots in your network? How do you identify the offending Virtual Machines (VMs)? If you don’t know how your virtual net
There is no doubt that we are living in a virtual world these days, fantasy football, avatars, and so on. Sometime I wonder why we like virtual world so much. Apparent reasons that come to mind are that virtual world is almost equivalent to fantasy land. In the V-world you can dream big, the cost of failure is not huge, you can try out things before physically building them, you get the drift. These are the precise r
Why is it when you scan the websites of the world’s networking companies a common theme emerges? You get a sudden twinge of nostalgia. It feels like 1999. Shania Twain comes to mind with her top 100 hit of that year – “That Don’t Impress Me Much.”
We would like to introduce our September Fan-of-the-Month Willys Wendoh, also known as wendohw on Twitter and in the J-Net Community, both of which he is actively involved in. We appreciate all he does as a Juniper Fan and would like to congratulate him for being our Fan-of-the-Month!
Enterprises seem to finally wake-up with the music of SDN. I’ve recently been asked in multiple places on how Enterprises can benefit from SDN. Implementing SDN as part of their cloud infrastructure will allow enterprises to gain control over the virtualised resources in a coordinated fashion.
After getting this comment a few times from people it made me wonder. Why not fix it? If everything works fine, how do you make sure it keeps working fine? As a network integrator, service provider or end user it is a good thing, of course, that when nothing is broken you have no escalations and your customer satisfaction is probably high, but you also have a lot less interaction with your high level contacts in you
Due to popular demand, Juniper iX is proud to have recently published three new network configuration examples (NCEs)! We hope one or all of these will help make your life better and your business more profitable:
Configuring Group VPN on Routing Devices
Configuring Multi-Segment Pseudowires
Configuring Inline Video Monitoring Using Media Delivery Index Metrics
This is a guest blog post. Views expressed in this post are original thoughts posted by Neal Wilkinson, Head of Marketing, SecuraHosting. These views are his own and in no way do they represent the views of the company he works for.
Commissioning a new cloud platform is an incredibly exciting time, a time where you see all the decisions, planning and design that has taken place over many months; start to take shape