Event-Driven Security – The Combination of Automated Detection with Automated Enforcement

Information security must be about far more than simple prevention. Preventing cyberattacks is a critical component of modern information security, however, on its own prevention is inadequate. Understanding dwell time

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Automation, Reliability and Trust

Networks are Complicated and Fragile Networking is complex. There are many protocols running across the various OSI layers that are highly interconnected. Another way of layering includes the management, control

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EVPN: A Path to Migration

The Need for Infrastructure Change Modern enterprises participating in the Application Economy compete with one another through the capabilities of their business applications—mobile and web-based, business to consumer and business

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EVPN and the Future of Data Centers

It is rare when the future of virtually anything is completely divorced from its present. But that is the case with enterprise data centers. Looking at how mainstream enterprise data

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Interconnecting the Enterprise Multicloud AWS Direct Connect

Today’s enterprises make use of applications and services that live on-premises, in public clouds and even in edge data centers. IT has entered the multicloud era and connecting the modern

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When Operations Drive Architecture– A Missive on EVPN

Despite all of the recent talk of automation, it’s hard to argue that operations is little more than an afterthought for most enterprise networks. It’s not that operations aren’t important.

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Givers vs. Takers: Separating the Leaders from the Followers in Networking

When the future is certain to be multivendor, how do we collectively go about making technology work? It’s a pretty basic question, but gets to the point on how technology

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Software-Defined, a Decade Later

The first African-American president had been sworn in, the king of pop had just passed, @realDonaldTrump had taken to tweeting, and Avatar was about to smash box-office records, but what

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Network Reliability Engineering – Getting The Word Out

It’s been over a year since I started at Juniper, and nearly 1.5 years since I started having discussions with industry peers (and now customers) about this emerging Network Reliability

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For the NRE, How Much Software Engineering is Enough?

In taking one last question for Q&A at the end of my talk on network reliability engineering (NRE), a plucky member of the audience shot up his hand. I remember

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