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The TAT networks's Podcast
23 minutes | Jun 27, 2020
A chat about forwarding
Forwarding is an essential part of computer networks. In this podcast, I discuss forwarding with my dear friend Mario Baldi. The topics we cover include: Layer 2 vs. layer 3 forwarding ACLs processing Binary vs. ternary matches Binary hash table forwarding Ternary LPM (Longest Prefix Match) forwarding Combining forwarding with ACLs Flow cache-based forwarding Forwarding in routers and NICs Label Forwarding Segment routing
30 minutes | Jun 14, 2020
Network Virtualization and Clos topology
This is the second podcast in a series about "Clos Topology in Data Center Networks." My dear friend Dinesh Dutt is the brain in this podcast. The topic is Network Virtualization that is crucial since the Clos topology has significantly changed the way data center networks are designed, dramatically increasing bandwidth and reliability while also reducing cost.
29 minutes | May 16, 2020
Clos neworks vs Access-Aggregation-Core
One topic that is not fully understood is the difference in network design between Access-Aggregation-Core and Clos Networks. To clarify the matter, I decided to interview my dear friend Dinesh Dutt, an expert and the author of the book "Cloud Native Data Center Networking, published in 2020 by O'Reilly.
11 minutes | May 8, 2020
NVMe Overview - A discussion with Diego Crupnicoff
In this episode, I discuss with Diego Crupnicoff, an expert in RDMA and Storage, about the NVMe standard. In particular, he covers the basic NVMe, NVMe over fabric (NVMEoF), both using TCP/IP and RDMA, and NVME virtualization.
35 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
The P4 Standard - An interview with Mario Baldi
The P4 standard allows describing how packets are processed by the data plane of a programmable forwarding element such as a hardware switch, network interface card, router, or network appliance. Mario Baldi describes the different aspects of this standard.
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