Thanks to the 100+ guest bloggers who contributed stories to the APNIC Blog in 2019. Here’s three of the best!
If buffers are generally good and improve data throughput, then more (or larger) buffers are better, right?
Guest Post: Network engineers need to get their heads out of configuration and features, and into solving business problems.
Why are some Internet issues so challenging to solve, while others seem to be effortless and appear to solve themselves?
A recent IETF draft challenges the robustness principle.
Guest Post: Renumbering is not the only problem to solve when renumbering a network.
Guest Post: Broadcast storms are common in developing economies, such as Bangladesh, where large parts of many networks consist of switches instead of routers.
Guest Post: How the engineers behind one of Asia’s most popular messaging apps redesigned its network from scratch with a focus on simplicity and capacity for growth.
Guest Post: Get a behind the scenes look into the design considerations for an aviation network.
Guest Post: The need for quick remediation of failures and high reliability in BGP networks can be hard to reconcile.