Juniper Qfx10000 Series: A Comprehensive Guide to Building Next-Generation Data Centers (Paperback)
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Learn the capabilities of the Juniper QFX10000, the company's first high-density 40GbE and 100GbE data-center switching family. Written for network engineers by a network engineer, this practical guide shows you, step by step, how to use this next-generation switch in your data center to build everything from web-scale data centers to traditional enterprise IT data centers.
The Juniper QFX10000 has been the most anticipated switch in the company's history. Built with in-house Juniper silicon to deliver high logical scale, deep buffers, and feature-rich functionality, the QFX10000 is such a versatile platform that you can place it in the fabric, spine, or edge of any type of network and provide instant value.
- Explore Juniper QFX10000 hardware and software architecture
- Understand data center designs with QFX10000 by inspecting detailed case studies
- Examine performance and scaling considerations
- Create a data-center switching fabric with Junos Fusion
- Build a network-based overlay fabric with VXLAN and EVPN
About the Author
Douglas Richard Hanks Jr. is a Data Center Architect with Juniper Networks and focuses on solution architecture. Previously he was a Senior Systems Engineer with Juniper Networks supporting large enterprise accounts such as Chevron, HP, and Zynga. He is certified with Juniper Networks as JNCIE-ENT #213 and JNCIE-SP #875. Douglas' interests are network engineering and architecture for enterprise and service provider technologies. He is the author of several Day One books published by Juniper Networks Books. Douglas is also the co-founder of the Bay Area Juniper Users Group (BAJUG). When he isn't busy with networking, Douglas enjoys computer programming, photography, and Arduino hacking. Douglas can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @douglashanksjr.