IBM Scales Virtual Networks Via Distributed Overlay Virtual Ethernet
This is the second of a five part series on IBM’s Open Data Center Interoperable Network or program and its DOVE or Distributed Overlay Virtual Ethernet. I talk with Renato; IBM Fellow and System Networking Chief Technical Officer about IBM’s approach to virtual network overlays called DOVE.
Duration 16 minutes and 20 seconds:
Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec
Question 1 @ 2:22: Renato would you like to add anything to my virtual network overlay discussion in the intro that’s unique to IBM?
Question 2 @ 4:46: What is DOVE, a switch, software, etc?
Question 3 @ 7:42: How are IBM’s virtual network overlays created and managed?
Question 4 @ 9:59 How are virtual networks transported over the physical L2/3 network? Does IBM support hybrid mode?
Question 5 @ 11:59: There are multi-tenant clouds, hybrid clouds and large-scale private clouds or data centers that would benefit from virtual network overlays. Which use cases does IBM see as virtual network overlays offering the most value today?
Question 6 @ 14:29: How do IT business leaders start to implement IBM’s virtual network overlay?
Register to attend the Open Networking User Group hosted by Fidelity and the Lippis Report on Feb 13th 2013 in Boston, MA