IBM selects Juniper QFabric for big data networking

Created Oct 24, 2013 09:05:58Latest reply Oct 24, 2013 14:49:03 1587 1 0 0

When network architects build a network, they need to know how data will flow across the infrastructure. When big data ***ytics traverses the network, that knowledge can be elusive.

Network architects have always been good at optimizing infrastructure for predictable data flows. Client-server applications demanded north-south flows from the server to the user, so architects built tiered network designs with spanning tree. In the age of cloud and virtualization, architectures such as leaf-spine networks emerged to serve heavy east-west flows between servers. With big data networking, it's impossible to model how data will flow.


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ccxxjj1980  Admin   Created Oct 24, 2013 14:49:03 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

An architect can build a network with confidence that it will serve the requirements of a data center for years. With big data, the network will see bursts of north-south and east-west traffic that is harder to predict.
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