Things to Come

This blog was originally published to the 128 Technology website – in 2020, Juniper Networks acquired 128 Technology. Learn more about the acquisition here. It’s traditional, at the start of a

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AIOps: It’s Time the Algorithm Worked For You

Operations are your platform for progress in IT. Moving from build-to-run activities isn’t always glamorous, but it keeps value flowing throughout an organization. Typically, operational work is thought of as

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Security in the Data Center Fabric

As net­­­work engineers, we are repeatedly encouraged to “Design security in from day one”— especially in this age of increasingly large and damaging breaches. It’s easy to say “Design security

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Exploring EVPN-VXLAN Overlay Architectures – Data Center Interconnect (DCI)

In a previous blog on Getting Started with Modern Data Center Fabrics, we discussed the common modern data center (DC) architecture of an IP fabric to provide base connectivity, overlaid

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Looking Ahead: The Lasting Effect from 2020’s Network Architecture Change

This blog was originally published to the 128 Technology website – in 2020, Juniper Networks acquired 128 Technology. Learn more about the acquisition here. Looking Ahead: The Lasting Effect from 2020’s

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Juniper Networks is the Safe Choice in Networking – And Here’s Why

It’s human nature to choose the path of least resistance, as we’re most comfortable with what we already know. Take the example of, “No one ever got fired for buying

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5 Answers from Data Center Experts

Everyone Has a Plan Until They Get Punched in the Mouth? It’s that time again. The one when we’re thinking about the upcoming year based on any intelligence we’ve been

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Juniper Joins AWS Transit Gateway Connect

This blog was originally published to the 128 Technology website – in 2020, Juniper Networks acquired 128 Technology. Learn more about the acquisition here. Recently, Amazon Web Services introduced Transit Gateway

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What is a Fabric, Anyway?

If someone could arrange a competition between different physical network topologies, the spine-and-leaf fabric would reign as the undisputed champion in many ways. What is different about the spine-and-leaf that

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Exploring EVPN-VXLAN Overlay Architectures – Border Devices

In a previous blog on Getting Started with Modern Data Center Fabrics, we discussed the common modern DC architecture of an IP fabric to provide base connectivity, overlaid with EVPN-VXLAN

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