The Southern California Linux Expo is Not Just About Linux
SoCal Linux Expo (“SCaLE”) founder Ilan Rabinovitch joins this week’s Cloud Unfiltered podcast to discuss how Linux is still evolving like crazy, from containers and automation to security and monitoring.
The Evolution of IOS XR with Cloud Scale Application Hosting
Developments in Cisco IOS XR, a carrier grade train of IOS, aim to simplify the integration of applications, configuration management tools, and industry-standard zero touch provisioning mechanisms.
Growing Up Open Source
Growing Up Open Source “I guess I got tired of waiting around for someone else to do it for me?” ~ Young Frank Walker. This quote was taken from the Movie “Tomorrowland.” This was the innocent response young Frank Walker gave when asked why he built a jet pack. I couldn’t find a better description […]
Agile Application Delivery with UCS-Powered VDI
We’re off to another edition of VMworld with some great technology to showcase. Our theme this year is your data center is everywhere, the center of innovation. And talking about innovation we will be demoing some recent work around our desktop virtualization solution with VMware. We will have demo pods showcasing our UCS solutions for […]
Open NX-OS featured on TechWiseTV
NX-OS is now more modular, more open, more capable of third party integration providing a wide variety of programmability choices ideal for Dev-Ops environments. C'mon Network Engineers. Time to brush up on your Linux...maybe a little Python...
usNIC inside Linux containers
Linux containers, as a lighter virtualization alternative to virtual machines, are gaining momentum. The High Performance Computing (HPC) community is eyeing Linux containers with interest, hoping that they can provide the isolation and configurability of Virtual Machines, but without the performance penalties. In this article, I will show a simple example of libvirt-based container configuration […]
Paradigm Shift with Edge Intelligence
In my Internet of Things keynote at LinuxCon 2014 in Chicago last week, I touched upon a new trend: the rise of a new kind of utility or service model, the so-called IoT specific service provider model, or IoT SP for short. I had a recent conversation with a team of physicists at the Large Hadron […]
Cisco, Linux Foundation, and OpenSSL
The recent OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability has shown that technology leaders must work together to secure the Internet’s critical infrastructure. That’s why Cisco is proud to be a founding supporter of the Linux Foundation initiative announced yesterday (April 24th). The initiative will fund open source projects that are critical to core computing and Internet functions, and […]
Open Source is just the other side, the wild side!
March is a rather event-laden month for Open Source and Open Standards in networking: the 89th IETF, EclipseCon 2014, RSA 2014, the Open Networking Summit, the IEEE International Conference on Cloud (where I’ll be talking about the role of Open Source as we morph the Cloud down to Fog computing) and my favorite, the one […]