Moving Ones & Zeros: Current Trends in DC Networking

Ryan Booth’s DeLorean takes him back to the Cumulus Networks presentation from Networking Field Day in February 2015. He then goes into detail on using Cumulus Linux as a routing platform. Setup is actually closer to a Debian server than a standard network switch. The overall thrust is to take tools already in use by application and server groups to make automating network deployment dramatically easier. This is a wonderfully detailed how-to article and gives the reader all they need to know to get started networking with Cumulus Linux.


ONUG Spring 2016

ONUG Spring 2016


Big Switch and Big Cloud Fabric

Big Switch and Big Cloud Fabric


Moving Ones & Zeros: Nuage Networks – NFD8

Moving Ones & Zeros: Nuage Networks – NFD8


Moving Ones & Zeros: Abstracting the Network

Moving Ones & Zeros: Abstracting the Network


Moving Ones & Zeros: Networking Field Day 8

Moving Ones & Zeros: Networking Field Day 8


Ryan Booth

Ryan has been in networking since 2005 with the majority of his focus on route/switch. His current passion is datacenter networking and modern trends withing the DC. Ryan has obatined a CCIE R/S in 2015 (#50117). Through his career, Ryan has been exposed to multiple areas of networking, including service provider, goverment security, healthcare, finance […]