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Entries Tagged as 'Fibre Channel Over Ethernet'

Is your network ready for Cloud Computing with Virtual Infrastructure 4?

November 3rd, 2008 · 3 Comments · CISCO, cloud computing, DC3.0, FCOE, Fibre Channel Over Ethernet

Cloud computing is coming whether you like it or not. VMware’s next release , Virtual Infrastructure 4 (Vi4) is going to change how applications are fundamentally delivered in your Data Center. But what does that really mean to you as a network and systems architects? First and foremost it is important to discuss how many [...]

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Link Round Up – L2TPv3 FCOE Trill Wounded Warriors

May 28th, 2008 · 4 Comments · CCIE, certification, CISCO, DC3.0, FCOE, Fibre Channel Over Ethernet, Green Data Center, MPLS, Nexus 7000, NX-OS, Technology

I come accross alot of very interesting material each week, only some of which I write about. These are some links that I found interesting this week. 1. Layer 2 Tunneling Protcol (V3) static and hairpin configuration example – my buddy Rick was nerding it out in the lab and sent a great configuration doc [...]

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Usability features in Cisco’s Nexus 7000

February 7th, 2008 · 10 Comments · CISCO, DC3.0, FCOE, Fibre Channel Over Ethernet, Nexus 7000, NX-OS, vmware

Douglas Gourlay, Sr Director, Marketing and Product Management for Cisco’s Data Center Business Unit and writer of Cisco’s Data Center Blog commented on my celebrity sighting post (me and the nexus 7000). He asked two questions regarding my post about the Nexus 7000, and I feel that it best serves everyone to answer them here. [...]

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