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Data Center Networking Challenges

The Problem 28:55 2012-09-22
Flatten the network 8:18 2012-09-22

[top] Clos Fabrics Explained

Clos Fabrics Explained 2.1M 2012-09-13
Leaf-and-Spine Clos Fabrics 22:44 2012-10-24
Multi-Stage Clos Fabrics 8:33 2012-10-06
Deployment Considerations 12:41 2013-02-19

[top] Layer-3 Fabrics with Non-Redundant Server Connectivity

Layer-3 Fabrics with Non-Redundant Server Connectivity 1.4M 2016-03-25
Introduction to Leaf-and-Spine Designs 4:39 2017-02-09
Layer-3 Fabric with Non-Redundant Server Connectivity 6:52 2017-02-09
Routing Protocol Selection 19:50 2017-02-09
Route Summarization and Link Aggregation 6:40 2017-02-09
Core Link Addressing 6:26 2017-02-09
Operationalizing BGP in the Data Center 1.9M 2016-03-04
Using BGP in Leaf-and-Spine Fabrics 10:19 2016-06-06
Simplifying BGP Configurations 19:30 2016-06-06
Troubleshooting and Managing BGP 8:19 2016-06-06
BGP in Data Centers - Sample Deployments 3:15 2016-06-06

[top] Layer-3 Fabrics with Redundant Server Connectivity

Layer-3 Fabrics with Redundant Server Connectivity 1.3M 2016-03-25
Layer-3 Fabrics with Redundant Server Connectivity 18:54 2016-12-12
Link Aggregation between Servers and Network 5:26 2016-12-12
Active-Standby Server Connectivity 8:18 2016-12-12

[top] Layer-3-Only Data Centers

Host Routing and Routing on Servers 1.3M 2016-03-25
Building a Pure L3 Data Center 949K 2016-03-29
Host Routing 6:53 2016-12-12
Building a Pure L3 Data Center with Cumulus Linux 24:22 2016-12-12

[top] Routing on Servers

Runinng Routing Protocols on Servers 10:55 2016-12-12
Routing from Hosts - Deep Dive 10:24 2016-12-12
Examples from Real World 8:08 2016-12-12

[top] Layer-2 Fabrics

Layer-2 Fabrics 1.8M 2016-04-01
Shortest Path Bridging in Avaya Fabric 2.1M 2016-04-06
Layer-2 Fabrics 14:49 2017-03-21
Traditional Bridging 10:05 2017-03-21
Routing on Layer-2 13:12 2017-03-21
MAC-over-IP Encapsulation 13:25 2017-03-21
Redundant Server-to-Network Connectivity 8:44 2017-03-21
Introduction to SPB and Avaya Fabric Connect 18:25 2017-03-21
SPB Deep Dive 18:17 2017-03-21
Building Data Center Fabrics with SPB 16:18 2017-03-21

[top] Mixed Layer-2 + Layer-3 Fabrics

Layer-2+3 Fabrics 1.4M 2016-04-20
Layer-2+3 Fabrics 6:45 2017-04-04
Routing on Spine Switches 9:04 2017-04-04
Routing on Leaf Switches 15:16 2017-04-04
VXLAN with BGP EVPN 12M 2016-04-21
Overlays in Data Center Fabrics 15:07 2017-04-04
Overview of VXLAN with BGP EVPN 15:59 2017-04-04
Introduction to BGP EVPN 15:29 2017-04-04
BGP EVPN Deep Dive 15:39 2017-04-04
EVPN Integrated Routing and Bridging 16:38 2017-04-04

Webinar description

The Leaf-and-Spine Fabric Architectures webinar describes the leaf-and-spine (Clos fabric) concepts, architecture, and single- and multistage designs that can be used to build large layer-2 or layer-3 all-point-equidistant Data Center networks.