Nokia’s New AI Assistant for SR Linux Network Operating System

Sulagna Saha reviews SR Linux GPT, Nokia’s new AI assistant for SR OS. Looking up network information shouldn’t require specialized coding, or browsing through pages of document. It is an inefficient approach, and AI conversational interfaces can replace it. The new SR Linux GPT made from the same technology as ChatGPT helps network engineers find answers to questions quickly and effortlessly. Read about it at Gestalt IT or watch the demo here on the Tech Field Day website.

Lab as Code With Nokia and Containerlab

Tim Bertino examined a presentation by Nokia, which introduced the concept of ‘lab-as-code.’ This approach uses Nokia’s ‘containerlab’ to create topology files, deploying each device in a lab as a container linked together to form a single topology. Bertino highlights the advantages of this method—including quick set-up and tear-down, reduced footprint compared to full virtual machines, and the ability to collaborate and share via GitHub—and notes its potential for use beyond network infrastructure.

Network Field Day – Day 2 – Nokia

In this YouTube video, Jordan Villarreal expresses great enthusiasm for the developments in labbing from Nokia. The video is positioned as a deep dive into the latest innovations and improvements in this area. This is an exciting opportunity to explore and appreciate the strides Nokia has made in advancing labbing technology.

Network Field Day 33 – Day 0

Jordan Villarreal shares his excitement about Network Field Day 33 in this YouTube video. With leading names such as Cisco, Nokia, Fortinet, and Intel as well as new faces like Graphiant and RG Nets, the event provides significant insights into the ever-evolving networking domain. The topics range from versatile network solutions to edge gateways and from switching platforms to the anticipated wildcard entry of Intel.

Finishing Strong With Networking Field Day 33

Tech Field Day is back with the final Networking Field Day event of 2023, live on October 25 and 26, and featuring presentations from Graphiant, Cisco, RG Nets, Nokia, Fortinet, and Intel. Tom Hollingsworth and company anticipate exciting updates on growth, debut products, and new technology advancements in areas like SD-WAN, SASE, optical networking, digital experience monitoring, and sustainable networking solutions. The event will stream live on LinkedIn and the Networking Field Day 33 event page, encouraging audience engagement and inquiries.

Implementing NetDevOps in Datacenter Fabric Operations With Nokia

In her Gestalt IT post, Sulagna Saha talks about Nokia’s presentation at the most recent Networking Field Day. Nokia presented and demoed their Data Center Fabric Solution that absorbs DevOps principles into network administrations. Sulagna says this will bring the fabric flexible plug-and-play capabilities, closed loop automation and cut out manual intervention that wastes time and errors involved. Take a look here for more from Sulagna!

Modular Network OS With Nokia SR Linux

At the most recent Networking Field Day, Aaron Conaway, a Field Day delegate, took focus on Nokia’s presentation. He especially was interested in their SR Linux, which is a modernization of the 20 year old SR OS. Aaron states “this gets us into a world of streaming telemetry!” Take a look here for more from Aaron on Nokia.

NFD29: Nokia Does Networking!

Pete Welcher was pleasantly surprised with Nokia at their most recent Networking Field Day presentation! Pete writes about Nokia’s demonstration on their digital sandbox capabilities and how they bring DevOps techniques to networking. Although this was new territory for Pete and other delegates, it was very eye-opening! Take a look here at what Pete has to say, or visit his LinkedIn profile for more.

Network Field Day 29 – Day 3: Nokia

Check out Jordan Villarreal’s recap of Nokia’s presentation at the latest Networking Field Day event! You can check out his thoughts on his YouTube page, System MTU One, and be sure to check out all of the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!

Network Field Day 29 – Day 0

Check out Jordan Villarreal’s pre-event rundown of what he was looking forward to hearing about at the latest Networking Field Day event! You can check out his thoughts on his YouTube page, System MTU One, and be sure to check out all of the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!

Even More to Explore With Networking Field Day 29!

Check out Tom Hollingsworth details of the most recent Networking Field Day presentation line-up! You can find all the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website.

Nokia Introduces SR-Linux as Its Modular, Open, and Extensible Network Operating System

This coverage post addresses Nokia’s appearance at May’s Networking Field Day event. Specifically, it hones in on their announced release of SR-Linux networking operating system, and how it affects the enterprise networking industry as a whole. Read on for more, and be sure to check out Nokia’s presentations for even more detailed information.

Podcast: Netzmanagement on Steroids Und Andere Einsichten

As a delegate at Networking Field Day last month, Kerstin Stief had the chance to see VMware, Nokia, PathSolutions, Kemp, and Juniper up close and personal! In a post and podcast on her website, Kerstin talks through her thoughts on the event and conclusion that the monitoring market is on the move. Head over to her website to read and hear more about her thoughts on Networking Field Day.

Presenters React to Networking Field Day

A lot of great content was presented during Networking Field Day last month! The delegates were very happy to hear about the state of the networking industry from leaders in the technology that is driving the way we will do work in the future. From network analytics and provisioning to new solutions like 5G, every presenter brought something unique to the table. Check out this video to find out what the presenters thought of the experience!

Networking Field Day 25, Part 2

Bryton Herdes gives his breakdown of the presentations he watched as a delegate during May’s Networking Field Day event in this post on his personal blog, This post in particular covers the appearances of Nokia, Aruba Networks, IP Infusion, and Juniper Networks. Check out the piece to hear Herdes’ opinions, and watch each companies presentation for more information.

Data://express 0006 – YANG Ohne YIN, Lambda Vor Kappa Und Wenig IPv6 Auf Dem Network Field Day 25 – Pt. I

This episode of the German podcast, data://disrupted, contains the story of editor-in-chief and show host, Kerstin Stief, and her time as a delegate at May’s Networking Field Day. The show dives into what all she learned, including the two main themes that the presenting companies seemed to hone in on. Listen to the full show to hear what all was covered, and be sure to watch the presentations from the Networking Field Day event to hear for yourself! Network Field Day 25 May 12-14, 2021 – A Changing Networking Landscape

The lineup of presenters at Networking Field Day this month shows how the networking landscape is changing. That’s what delegate Ed Horley thinks! In a post on his “Howfunky” blog, Ed writes specifically about some of the presenters including Aruba, Juniper, and Nokia. Head over to Ed’s blog to get his thoughts on those specific presenters as well as the direction of networking as a whole.

Defeating DDoS in the Network With Nokia

Denial-of-Service attacks are growing in size and number, especially as IoT devices become more commonplace. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new solution from Nokia using Deepfield and analytics to stop this malicious traffic in transit, which they discussed at Networking Field Day earlier this year.

Off the Cuff – NFD20 Wrap Up

From a rainy recording in Silicon Valley, Jordan Martin gathered together some fellow delegates from Networking Field Day to discuss what they heard at the event. They run down each presenter and discuss what stood out and struck their interest. Guests include Mario Gingras, Nick Shoemaker, Richard McIntosh, Brian Gleason, and Drew Conry-Murray.