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batye
batye
5/9/2016 12:23:01 AM
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Re: "good enough"
@Roz Rose  with technology nothing is perfect but at least they are trying they best to make it better...

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batye
batye
5/9/2016 12:21:43 AM
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Re: Datacenter architecture
@lotusBloom  thanks for the link, second approach would make a better sense on the long run... how I see it ...

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batye
batye
5/9/2016 12:20:07 AM
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Re: Datacenter architecture
@cnwedit on the long run it would make sense for AT&T have it own separate hardware research and development department.... but this days - who knows....

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batye
batye
5/9/2016 12:18:18 AM
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Re: "good enough"
@dcawrey it more like they work would be paving future road map how to use this technology in the right way...

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kq4ym
kq4ym
5/7/2016 8:22:12 PM
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Re: "good enough"
And interesting of course how putting together the combination of vendors and trying to get the Open Stack working well even though "purists" say as noted that it's not exactly ready for prime time for reliability yet.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
5/7/2016 11:28:12 AM
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Re: "good enough"
Glad to hear they don't want to fork OpenStack.

Really interesting how some of these open source-related issues are hitting enterprises. These are things to watch for, as they will be best practices for platforms and deployments in the future, that's for sure. 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
5/6/2016 10:06:39 PM
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Re: Datacenter architecture
> "the difference between web-scale and telecom providers ..."

I wonder how long that difference will exist? Will telcos/cablecos ever get into the datacenters as deeply as web-scale companies? 

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SeniorPr45871
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5/5/2016 1:57:38 PM
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Datacenter architecture
Facebook published its leaf-spine datacenter architecture, a couple of years ago. but the difference between web-scale and telecom providers (yet again!) is that web-scale providers make their own servers and switches and fabric while telecom giants like Verizon work with SDN, NFV vendors to make the integration better. For the greater good, the second approach is definitely better!

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SeniorPr45871
SeniorPr45871
5/5/2016 1:49:33 PM
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Re: "good enough"
Its true, when telecom giants lead the way, things get better for Opensource and Openstack. I hope they work with the teething problems that came out in the LightReading EANTC tests where Openstack backward compatibility and troubleshooting were major issues. These are the undotted i's and uncrossed t's that make a product carrier-grade, well thought out, and easy for mainstream adoption.

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Roz Rose
Roz Rose
5/4/2016 4:40:41 PM
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Re: "good enough"
I agree with what all of you have said. I think it's hugely important that companies like VZ tell the world that they aren't waiting for perfect.

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