A blog about modern connectivity.
Connecting remote users into corporate IT resources has never been trivial. With the shift to work from remote already well underway for many before 2020, the global COVID-19 pandemic catalyzed the transition dramatically. The change happened so fast, many organizations struggled to get their remote users connected when working from
Had a great discussion with Greg Bryan, Senior Manager of Enterprise Research @ Telegeography who is a global connectivity analyst firm. Thanks to Greg for having me on! Check it out here: https://blog.telegeography.com/wan-manager-podcast-network-security-jason-gintert You can also find it on Apple | Google | Stitcher
I recently received some Arista 720XP PoE Campus Switches a key component of Arista’s Cognitive Campus efforts. While reviewing the datasheet, noticed something I found interesting: VXLAN + EVPN support. Detail of VXLAN + EVPN support from Arista 720XP Datasheet For those unfamiliar with VXLAN & EVPN here are some
For as long as organizations have tried to make real-time services like voice or video work over Internet Protocol (IP) network pipes, there have been very basic requirements in order to make said services operate effectively. The first requirement for these sensitive applications was a dedicated, business class network line
A lot of folks I speak with about Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) are trying hard to understand how this rapidly emerging technology works and the places where it can fit with their clients or within their own network. As we acquire more experience with deployments inside many different
As interest in software defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) grows, many traditional telecommunications providers are jumping on the bandwagon to bundle their data and voice service offerings. I would caution those exploring their options with SD-WAN as a potential technology solution for their business to