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Networking Needs a Chaos Monkey

by Andrew Lerner  |  March 9, 2018

It’s time, the networking industry needs a Chaos Monkey. If you’re not familiar with the concept, Netflix created the Chaos Monkey to intentionally introduce failures, such as disabling virtual machines (VMs)...

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Why ship atoms when you can transmit bits?

by Pete Basiliere  |  March 8, 2018

Think about it. Why would we want to move product from here to there when we can leapfrog mountains and oceans? We wouldn’t, of course, and that is why we...

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Streaming is the new cloud battle ground

by Ted Chamberlin  |  August 30, 2017

When I look at what is happening in the video/content/pay tv/cable/ OTT landscape, I am reminded of the parable of the frog and the boiling water. I know you all remember...

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Network Downtime

by Andrew Lerner  |  July 11, 2014

The most important aspect of nearly every network is availability. Performance, scalability, management, agility, etc. all require the network to actually be online.  In conversations with Gartner clients, availability often comes...

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Netflix at a Crossroads

by Allen Weiner  |  July 26, 2011

For a somewhat experienced market research analyst, it’s always a danger to build an opinion based on a small sample size. When that small sample size includes yourself and a...

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