Ivan Pepelnjak

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Ivan Pepelnjak, CCIE#1354 Emeritus, iis a network architect and independent blogger at ipSpace.net AG. He has been designing and implementing large-scale service provider and enterprise networks as well as teaching and writing books about advanced technologies since 1990. He’s author of several Cisco Press books, prolific blogger and writeroccasional consultant, and author of a series of highly successful webinars.

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  1. PRTG Monitoring Software Now Available in Cloud Version
  2. Programmable ASICs on Software Gone Wild
  3. Cisco and Apple Agree: QoS Marking Is an Application Problem
  4. ASICs Behind the Scenes
  5. Arista EOS Available on Whitebox Switches
  6. Networking Field Day 9 Wrap-up on Software Gone Wild
  7. Cisco ACI – a Stretched Fabric That Actually Works
  8. Response: Why Technology Still Matters
  9. Response: We Dislike People Quoting Gartner
  10. BGP Configuration Made Simple with Cumulus Linux
  11. Recommended Resource For SDN
  12. Myths That Refuse to Die: Scalability of Overlay Virtual Networking
  13. Networking Field Day 9: Brief Recap
  14. Per-Packet Load Balancing on WAN links
  15. Whiteboarding Cisco ACI on Software Gone Wild
  16. Interop New York: It Was Great Fun
  17. Data Center Protocols in HP Switches
  18. Post #2000
  19. PLNOG 11 Interviews: Ivan Pepelnjak (NIL Data Solutions)
  20. Cisco Nexus 9000 and ACI: Promising P V Architecture
  21. Use ThousandEyes to Implement IP SLA on Steroids
  22. Can You Find SQL Injection Vulnerabilities with Spirent Avalanche NEXT?
  23. To ULA or not to ULA, That’s the Question
  24. Configure physical firewalls based on VM groups? Sure, use DSE from Plexxi
  25. Plexxi PSI: MAU at Gigabit Speed
  26. Monitor Public SaaS Providers with ThousandEyes
  27. Test virtual appliance throughput with Spirent Avalanche NEXT
  28. Dizzy from the Kool-Aid
  29. SDDC Q&A: Ivan Pepelnjak and Brent Salisbury
  30. Multi-Vendor OpenFlow – Myth or Reality?
  31. Enterprise Networking’s 10 Ten to Watch List