Sometimes you meet an old friend you haven’t seen for many years, and although both of you might have evolved differently during that time, most often than not you find the common ground and the reasons why you loved each other. Before I get any more sentimental, that is a bit of what I have … Continue reading Cisco ACI and Microsoft Azure
Hey there! I have recently published a new Azure Sample: ACI in VNet with Sidecar Containers. It has generated a bit of controversy (there is a reason why I picked such a crowded image for the post title), so let me add some color to it. But let me give you the TL;DR first: the … Continue reading New Azure Sample: ACI in VNet with Init and Sidecar Containers
This post is a continuation from Part 4: NSGs. Other posts in this series: Part 1: deep dive in AKS with Azure CNI in your own vnet Part 2: deep dive in AKS with kubenet in your own vnet, and ingress controllers Part 3: outbound connectivity from AKS pods Part 4: NSGs with Azure CNI … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Packet in AKS (part 5): Virtual Node
Lately I have been involved in quite some conversations, where organisations have shown a lot of interest in the integration between Cisco ACI and F5 BigIP and BigIQ (or should I say iWorkflow?). As you might know, Cisco ACI offers the option to integrate L4-L7 services in the network. What does this mean? Optionally, you … Continue reading What do Cisco ACI, microsegmentation, service insertion, REST and Docker containers have in common?
First of all, Happy New Year! Thanks for looking at my first post in 2016. As you might already know, Cisco ACI is a new concept of network management. In short, it is a network that brings along embedded network management functionality, that sits in a centralised controller cluster. If you want to manage a … Continue reading A command-line REST client for ACI