In an effort to come down to earth and cover a topic which can be useful for the majority of now-a-days Enterprises that have HP gear, I will cover resilience features one can/should use in a HP Networking environment along with IRF. Though I don’t argue that this is a Best Practice for all cases, … More Resilience measures with HP IRF: ISSU, GR and MAD (Part I)
Colleague just sent me this really interesting talk with Magic Networking Nerd Pack (slash some of the best Networking Bloggers nowadays) discussing Brocade VCS versus TRILL.
This post is an answer to a comment relative to this former post “HP MSM Controllers Initial Setup Considerations“. (I wanted to add some drawings to the answer to make it clearer, so ended up using another post.) Thank you for your comment. Please let me know if I understood your comment well, or got it all … More Comment Relative To former post “HP MSM Controllers Initial Setup Considerations”
I haven’t had the opportunity to return to blogging activity as much as I wanted, but no matter what your tech inclination inside the DC might be, whether you’re Cisco/Dell/IBM/HP/VMware/… oriented, I still think you’ll find this technology a cool one. Yes, I can’t resist to jump out of the Datacenter to share an exciting Startup … More Cota – Wireless Power baby!