IPv6 and SDN – Adoption Buddies

June 2, 2014 John Herbert 1

I was talking elsewhere this week about the speed at which Software Defined Networking (SDN) is being implemented by companies and made a slightly pessimistic comparison between the adoption of SDN and that of IPv6. […]

This Is A Software Defined Blog Post

April 30, 2014 John Herbert 3

Hello. Are you: Sick of the onslaught of SDAs (Software Defined Acronyms)? Annoyed that “Software Defined” has become a meaningless marketing term? Irritated to see existing solutions rebranded as “Software Defined” to look cooler? Thinking […]

Junos PyEZ in Interactive Mode

January 1, 2014 John Herbert 2

Watching Jeremy Schulman demonstrate his Junos PyEZ module is fascinating, because he does pretty much everything in Python’s interactive mode. I’m more used to writing a script, trying to run it, editing it again, running […]

YAML – Yet Another YAML Lover

December 17, 2013 John Herbert 2

Sorry to keep on with the Junos EZ library stuff, but I’ve been having a lot of fun getting good results with minimal effort while playing with Jeremy Schulman’s Junos EZ Library. This week I […]

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