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The Power of Correlated Visualization

October 30th, 2014 | Marten Terpstra | No Comments

I am sure our work environment is not all that different from many others. There are large whiteboards everywhere and you cannot find a meeting room that does not have circles, lines and squares drawn on them. Some of our favorite bloggers have written blogs about network drawing tools and aids. Probably not restricted to […]

Networking’s atomic unit: Going small to scale up

October 27th, 2014 | mike.bushong | 4 Comments

The major IT trends are all being driven by what can probably best be summarized as more. Some of the stats are actually fairly eye-popping: 40% of the world’s 7 billion people connected in 2014 3 devices per person by 2018 Traffic will triple by 2018 100 hours of Youtube video are uploaded every minute […]

Plexxi Pulse—Challenging the Value of the Public Cloud + DemoFriday

October 24th, 2014 | Mat Mathews | No Comments

Plexxi recently teamed up with Colovore, Piston Cloud Computing and King Star Computers to publish a whitepaper that challenges the assumption that the public cloud is inherently cheaper than the private cloud. Though the rapid speed of deployment and reduced capital expenditure has made services such as Amazon EC2 very attractive, the study shows that […]

Network Engineers, Pay Attention to Big Data

October 23rd, 2014 | Marten Terpstra | No Comments

You have probably realized we are having a Big Data kind of week here at the Plexxi blog. And for good reason. The amount of development and change in this big bucket of applications we conveniently label “Big Data”, is astonishing. Walking around at Hadoopworld in New York last week, I initially felt somewhat lost […]

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