- 38 – DCNM 11.0 and VXLAN EVPN Multi-site
- 37 – DCI is dead, long live to DCI
- 36 – New White Paper that describes OTV to interconnect Multiple VXLAN EVPN Fabrics
- 36 – VXLAN EVPN Multi-Fabrics – Path Optimisation (part 5)
- 36 – VXLAN EVPN Multi-Fabrics – Host Mobility (part 4)
- 36 – VXLAN EVPN Multi-Fabrics with Anycast L3 gateway (part 3)
- 36 – VXLAN EVPN Multi-Fabrics with External Routing Block (part 2)
- 36 – VXLAN EVPN Multi-Fabrics Design Considerations (part 1)
- 35 – East-West Endpoint localization with LISP IGP Assist
- 34 – VXLAN EVPN Q-in-VNI and EFP for Hosting Providers
- 33 – Cisco ACI Multipod
- 32 – VXLAN Multipod stretched across geographically dispersed datacenters
- 31 – Multiple approaches interconnecting VXLAN Fabrics
- 30 – VxLAN/EVPN and Integrated Routing Bridging
- 29 – Interconnecting two sites for a Logical Stretched Fabric: Full-Mesh or Partial-Mesh
- A fantastic overview of the Elastic Cloud project from Luca Relandini
- 28 – Is VxLAN with EVPN Control Plane a DCI solution for LAN extension
- 27 – Bis-Bis – Stateful Firewall devices and DCI challenges – Part 1 (cont)
- 27 – Bis – Path Optimisation with ASA cluster stretched across long distances – Part 2
- 27 – Stateful Firewall devices and DCI challenges – Part 1
- 26 – Bis – VxLAN VTEP GW: Software versus Hardware-based
- 26 – Is VxLAN (Flood&Learn) a DCI solution for LAN extension ?
- 25 – Why the DC network architecture is evolving to fabric?
- 24 – Enabling FHRP filter
- 23 – LISP Mobility in a virtualized environment (update)
- 22 – Which DR or DA solution do you need ?
- 21 – Data Center Interconnect – summary
- 20 – Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP)
- 19 – vCenter, ACE and OTV – Dynamic Workload Scaling (DWS)
- 18 – Dynamic Routing Based on the Application State.
Category Archives: DC & Virtualization
VxLAN Evolution in the Context of DCI Requirements Since I posted this article “Is VxLAN a DCI solution for LAN extension ?” clarifying why Multicast-based VxLAN Flood & Learn (no Control Plane) was not suitable to offer a viable DCI … Continue reading
The Datacenter network architecture is evolving from the traditional multi-tier layer architecture, where the placement of security and network service is usually at the aggregation layer, into a wider spine and flat network also known as fabric network ( ‘Clos’ type), where the network services … Continue reading