For years, Juniper has talked about its common operating system strategy, frequently short-handed as One Junos. The basic premise is that Juniper leverages a common operating system across the majority of the portfolio. And the theory is that commonality breeds benefits.
Since we started talking about One Junos, people sometimes bring up examples of things that might be exceptions to the rule. Maybe the code has
This year, MEC Congress will take place at the Hotel Palace Berlin in Berlin, Germany from September 25th-27th and Juniper will be there once again with a big presence as a Silver Sponsor. The show’s theme “Pushing Power to the Network Edge”, is attracting many of the industry’s top edge computing experts – from large enterprises, mobile network operators, web companies, and HW/SW vendors - to spend three exciting
We would like to take this time to recognize our community members that have been actively participating in J-Net. The following members have moved to the next level in our ranking and reward system by regularly assisting their peers, sharing their knowledge, and providing solutions to technical challenges.
It’s hard to get through a single sales pitch or conference keynote without hearing someone extol the virtues of machine learning and the thing it will eventual enable, artificial intelligence. In the networking world, we are all agog with visions of how the technology will transform our industry.
Whether it’s self-healing systems or networks capable of detecting anomalous behavior, there is something really basi
The challenge facing media and broadcast organisations across the world is how to take advantage of new digital platforms, content and technology effectively, to diversify their businesses, compete with new media and create new revenue streams. Coupled with audience demands for the highest quality viewing resolution, the trend towards more and more live event broadcasts, and the need to save time and money on product
We are pleased to announce that we’re currently underway with refreshing the J-Net Community site design. The new design will be more aligned with the look of our Juniper.net website and responsive to any device. No more separate experience on your mobile!
There are a few navigational changes so we wanted provide a sneak peek to make you aware of the changes prior to launch. Please
RSVP-TE is a widely-deployed control plane protocol that is used to setup Label Switched Paths and provides a rich feature set for TE - protection, bandwidth admission control, priority and preemption. RSVP-TE Pop&Go LSPs couple the rich feature richness of the RSVP-TE control plane with the simplicity of the Segment Routing MPLS forwarding plane. In this blog, we introduce concepts to manage the forwarding plane sta
Over two decades ago, when a friend of mine visited his parents in a remote countryside village in China, he had to first take train from Beijing to the provincial capital, then take a crowded coach on bumpy country roads to the county’s capital, next take passenger ship, and finally walk dozens of miles on the mountainous road to his parents’ village. The journey involved many forms of transportation, was exhausting
Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology (DLT), has become one of the hottest buzz words in recent years. With the rise of IoT (Internet of Things), many enthusiasts believe that Blockchain will be able to solve the security challenges for IoT. If you search on the web, you can find tons of statements like “Blockchain will revolutionize IoT Security”, “Blockchain can change the future of IoT”, “Blockchain will b