60% off Logitech G105 Gaming Keyboard – Deal Alert

The G105 gaming keyboard from Logitech features dual-level LED backlighting, fully programmable g-keys for single actions and macros, and anti-ghosting capabilities. Program 3 macros per key -- configure up to 18 unique functions per game. Program single keystrokes, complex macros or intricate LUA scripts. Record new macros on the fly while you're in the game. The G105 Logitech gaming keyboard is built for serious gaming and its typical list price of $59.99 has been reduced 60% to $23.99. See this deal on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

IDG Contributor Network: The history of cloud: a fairy tale

Once upon a time, in a magic, faraway land called “The 1990s,” every application had its own set of physical servers. Citizens of this land, who sometimes called themselves "developers," feared getting fired for not having enough capacity to handle peak loads. New physical servers took months to be delivered, so developers ordered more data center hardware than they probably needed. Because it was so difficult to get new machines, developers treated them like pets, gave them names and took great care to keep them up and running at all times. Everybody was so excited about the “Internet Bubble” and the land grab that was going on that no one seemed to care about underutilized hardware. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

65% off AcuRite Refrigerator/Freezer Wireless Digital Thermometer – Deal Alert

How often do you check temps in your fridge or freezer? With the AcuRite wireless fridge/freezer thermometer you can be sure that your food is being stored at safe temperatures. It displays the refrigerator temperature, freezer temperature and the high / low temperatures recorded for each. An alarm notifies you audibly and visually when temperatures exceed your customizable presets. Especially useful in a power outage, or if you plan to store food in a cooler for an extended period of time. Right now the typical list price on AcuRite's thermometer is discounted 65% to just $13.84. See this deal on Amazon.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

BGP Route Reflector routing loop problem !

BGP Route reflector routing loop arise in IP networks. In this post, I will illustrate the topology which will loop the IP packets between the routers and I will describe multiple possible solution and share a best practice to design BGP Route Reflector in an IP network.       BGP Route Reflector Routing loop […]

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PCAP PCAP PCAP – Changes to RJ Store

I made a couple changes to the RouterJockey store this week and I wanted to make sure I got the word out. Previously the store worked in sprints that I tried to open up 2-3x a year. Instead of trying to manage these sprints, and keep the products updated, I’ve now made the store available year round. It still operates in sprints, but instead of being 2-3 weeks long, they’re only 3-4 days each.

On top of being more available, the store now has a few new products, nothing too exciting, but we do have a RJ phone case, a PCAP mug, and a couple stickers for sale. Teespring has recently added these products and as I get requests for other products I will be sure to add them. As usual, if you have any questions, hit me up on twitter or use the contact form.

Click here, or use the store item in the menu bar to visit my new storefront.

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Expand Wi-Fi quickly, easily with Aerohive’s wall plate

In many industries, it’s critical to get Wi-Fi everywhere, but it can often be difficult accomplish this. For example, extending a hotel comprised of smaller cottage-type rooms or one with lots of suites has many hard to reach places with traditional access point (AP) placement. Dorm rooms or hospitals typically want Wi-Fi everywhere, but it’s often difficult to provision it because of interference from thick walls or other infrastructure. One possible solution is to put an AP in every room, but that can get prohibitively expensive given the cost of APs and the expense of running new cables to every location.Another option has been the growing number of “wall plate” APs where the existing wall plate is removed and an AP in the form factor of a wall plate is connected into the existing Ethernet cable, bringing Wi-Fi to that location.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Expand Wi-Fi quickly, easily with Aerohive’s wall plate

In many industries, it’s critical to get Wi-Fi everywhere, but it can often be difficult accomplish this. For example, extending a hotel comprised of smaller cottage-type rooms or one with lots of suites has many hard to reach places with traditional access point (AP) placement. Dorm rooms or hospitals typically want Wi-Fi everywhere, but it’s often difficult to provision it because of interference from thick walls or other infrastructure. One possible solution is to put an AP in every room, but that can get prohibitively expensive given the cost of APs and the expense of running new cables to every location.Another option has been the growing number of “wall plate” APs where the existing wall plate is removed and an AP in the form factor of a wall plate is connected into the existing Ethernet cable, bringing Wi-Fi to that location.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Where Serverless And Event Driven Computing Collide

Every new paradigm of computing has its own framework, and it is the adoption of that framework that usually makes it consumable for the regular enterprises that don’t have fleets of PhDs on hand to create their own frameworks before a technology is mature.

Serverless computing – something that strikes fear in the hearts of many whose living is dependent on the vast inefficiencies that still lurk in the datacenter – and event-driven computing are two different and often associated technologies where the frameworks are still evolving.

The serverless movement, which we have discussed before in analyzing the Lambda efforts

Where Serverless And Event Driven Computing Collide was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

An Exascale Timeline for Storage and I/O Systems

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

While exascale supercomputers mark a next step in performance capability, at the broader architectural level, the innovations that go into such machines will be the result of incremental improvements to the same components that have existed on HPC systems for several years.

In large-scale supercomputing, many performance trends have jacked up capability and capacity—but the bottlenecks have not changed since the dawn of computing as we know it. Memory latency and memory bandwidth remain the gating factors to how fast, efficiently, and reliably big sites can run—and there is still

An Exascale Timeline for Storage and I/O Systems was written by Nicole Hemsoth at The Next Platform.

New digital platforms to become the foundation for IT

The future of business will include artificial intelligence (AI) in every nook and cranny, along with transparent, immersive experiences and entirely new digital platforms, according to consulting firm Gartner.Digital business will be driven by those three megatrends over the next five to 10 years, it says.That's because a kind of joining between humans and technology is going to replace the static-like tech we’re used to. The new combination will be enabled by revolutionary amounts of data, better computing power and ubiquitous ecosystems.+ Also on Network World: Gartner Top 10 technology trends you should know for 2017 + Importantly, to get there, new digital “ecosystem-enabling” platforms will have to replace traditional “compartmentalized technical infrastructure.”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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