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Virtual Chassis Fabric Best Practices Guide Now Available

By Erdem posted 06-04-2016 11:56


The Virtual Chassis Fabric Best Practices Guide provides network architects and designers with best practice guidelines for designing, deploying, and configuring a Juniper Networks Virtual Chassis Fabric (VCF). This best practices guide also provides a high-level overview of certain VCF concepts and behaviors, and prescriptive advice on how to maintain your VCF.

VCF is a low-latency, high-performance fabric architecture that uses a spine and leaf topology to combine multiple devicesQFX5100, QFX3600, QFX3500, and EX4300 series switchesinto a resilient fabric architecture that is managed as a single device. VCF is optimized to support small and medium-sized data centers that contain a mix of 1-Gbps, 10-Gbps, and 40-Gbps Ethernet interfaces.

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06-17-2016 10:51

Spine-leaf the coolest scale-out network infrastructure as a pre-sales tell all my customers to ambraze this technology.