Continued from Part 2: The last part. Dedicated Tenant for Firewall Services, System Tenant for Inter-Tenant Traffic & Policy. This option looks like the following: The
Big Cloud fabric achieves impressive automation as a fabric/underlay by itself. The GUI is a pleasure to drive – I have found the CLI to
I had initially intended for this to be a single post covering VXLAN from both Dell EMC as well as its SDN partners, but the
I will review the Big Switch, Big Cloud Fabric Integration Options with OpenStack, in this post. Hopefully, it will be of use to some of
In the second part, I will focus specifically on VXLAN as a Data Center Interconnect. I intend this iteration to be more general, and then
Why: Business Continuity. Before discussing the different types of connectivity, it would be useful to have a quick look at the different traffic profiles within
Some of the content i had committed during the early days of the blog, specifically on VLT – continues to receive a lot of traffic/queries.
Continued from Part 1. VLANs/Gateways terminate on Switch. Single Edge VLAN between FW and BCF. Default/static route in each direction. For Comparison with traditional NOS,
Before talking about the components, some quick observations on the Cloud Fabric Deployment considerations. Often, BSN Cloud Fabric may be the first SDN venture for
Big Switch’s Big Cloud fabric decouples the logical topology from the physical. The constructs are familiar – the implementation nuances are easily assimilated, once adequate
A short & sharp comparison of Layer 3/ECMP Leaf & Spine vs. Layer 2 Multi-chassis Link Aggregation, e.g. Dell EMC VLT (Virtual Link Trunking) Topologies.
In essence, Spline collapses the Leaf & Spine functions – much like the Functions of Core & Aggregation Layers in a traditional 3-tier topology, would