Join us for an evening of data center design. Pete Lumbis from Cumulus Networks will lead an open discussion covering building and scaling Clos (Spine and Leaf) networks, creating availability zones, when to use 1RU or chassis-based switches and ways to scale beyond 32 racks in a pod. We'll also cover Layer 2 vs Layer 3 designs and ways to use VxLAN for both Layer 2 extension and for multi-tenancy. We'll talk about different VxLAN deployment scenarios for both hardware switches as well as server-based VxLAN deployments. This will be a highly technical conversation, so come with questions and be ready to learn.
Food and Drinks will be provided by Cumulus Networks!
Pete is CCIE #28677 and CCDE 2012::3. Currently he is a technical marketing engineer at Cumulus Networks where he focuses on building and designing next generation whitebox datacenter networks with an eye on automation. Before Cumulus Pete was a global escalation engineer for routing protocols in the Cisco TAC supporting Layer 3 protcools, MPLS and multicast for Cisco's global customer base.
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