Networks: Commodity or Not?

The commodification of networks is in full swing and everyone seems to think it is a good thing. You might hear this phrased as treating network devices like cattle, rather

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Seamless Segment Routing (SR) Networks

5G technology will enable people, IoT devices, businesses and industries to connect at an unprecedented scale with improved efficiency. To fully realize the benefits of 5G technology, transport networks will

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Exploring EVPN-VXLAN Overlay Architectures – Bridged Overlay

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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Get Hands-on with Juniper vLabs

At Juniper Networks, one of the most common comments we get from customers is, “I wish there was an easy way to try out your products.” Enter: Juniper vLabs. Juniper

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Bringing ‘Juniper Cares’ to Life

It’s no secret that healthcare organizations worldwide are experiencing very challenging times. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the globe, the topics of increasing healthcare costs and workloads of

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IGP Flexible Algorithms (Flex-Algo)

In Segment Routing (SR), a prefix segment follows the least-cost path from its source to its destination. An Intradomain Gateway Protocol (IGP) calculates and identifies the least-cost path. A network

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Juniper’s NorthStar Controller and its Role in Segment Routed Networks

This is the first blog in a six part series on Segment Routing (SR) and SR Controllers. Network operators are under increasing pressure to rapidly deploy services with more stringent

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Disaggregation Innovation: SONiC Ecosystem Gets Juniper Boost

Microsoft learned first hand the challenges of providing a great user experience at scale and high velocity while running Azure – one of the world’s largest cloud deployments. Some of

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Segment Routing (SR) and Topology Independent Loop Free Alternates (TI-LFA)

In previous blogs, we explained how a network operator can use Segment Routing (SR) to implement traffic engineering policy. In this blog, we will introduce Topology Independent – Loop Free Alternates (TI-LFA).

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Customer Q&A with Tractor Supply Company’s Raymond Beaudoin

In modern times, when you need to buy something – be it a hardware tool to fix your house plumbing or a treat for your pet – people’s first preferred

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