In a world of rapid automation, what role will network engineers have?
Guest Post: In-Network Computing adds a new dimension to end-to-end communication by encouraging packet modifications.
Guest Post: Multi-national study defines and recommends solutions for Application-Layer Traffic Optimization (ALTO) protocol’s multi-doamin issues.
Guest Post: The ALTO protocol provides network information that applications use for modifying network resource consumption patterns while improving their performance.
Guest Post: There may be flashier tools but Internet Relay Chat can still be the best tool for the job.
Guest Post: Study finds that 79% of 400 measured in-bound transnational connections to China had throughput rates lower than 1Mbps.
Guest Post: Network automation means managing some code. Github makes it easier than you might think.
Guest Post: The Internet has never spoken just one protocol; it has always been a hairy mess of routers, bridges, and gateways, running many protocols at many layers. IPv6 is one of them.
Guest Post: Automation should not necessarily be seen as competition for network engineers but another tool in their toolbox.
Guest Post: Orange Labs share their experience with using open-source solutions to deploy and manage containerized measurement applications on a pool of physical machines.