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Have you heard of the Human Microbiome? It is the hundreds of species of microbes that live in our bodies and play an important role in our health. Figuring out what is in your microbiome or mine is a major Big Data challenge, not unlike what Juniper engineers do when trying to find out what has gone wrong with one of our products. It takes a lot more than just a gut feeling . . .

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The Emerging Moral Obligation You Have to People Like My Mum

by Juniper Employee ‎11-13-2014 06:00 AM - edited ‎11-13-2014 06:02 AM

We are all familiar with performance standards such as five-nines. But in our world of interconnectedness real people with real emotions are dependent on what we do day in and day out. In this article I explore the emerging moral obligation the technology world has to these "real" people.

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A small incident regarding a recent intercontinental trip I took reminded me of one aspect of the Networking Lifecycle about which I am very passionate: service automation.  So what was the incident? Very simple: my airline sent me an email saying they saw that my passport had expired and that I had not updated my profile with the new details. And what does that have to do with automation of support and service in a network?  Read this to find out.

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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.  

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What is the connection between Citizen Kane, All the President's Men, and your networking projects? These six little words: who, what, when, where, why and how. But which one is the most important . . . ?

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Robert Burns talked about the best laid plans of mice and men while, on a slightly more modest note, Joe Robertson talks aboiut plans as a means of getting your network from where it is now to where you want it to be. I touch on both in this blog.

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Do Networks Mimic Mother Nature?

by Juniper Employee ‎05-15-2014 09:39 AM - edited ‎05-22-2014 04:30 AM

Look around you and you'll see numerous examples of cycles. Some are natural, some are man made but all are intrinsic to the environment they exist in.

 

Cycles have their origin in nature but you'd be surprised how relevant they are to successful networks. I explore this a little further in my blog. 

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