In this document, we’ll explore the problem of using multiple IP addresses from same or different subnets on clients or servers. Using loopback addresses and routing on servers (the usual solution) is outside of the scope of this document, explore Routing on Servers part of Leaf-and-Spine Fabric Architectures webinar for more details.
When an F-16 fighter takes off, three Kubernetes clusters run to keep the jet’s software running. When you visit a website, any website, chances are it’s run on Node.js. These foundational technologies—Linux, Kubernetes, Node.js—and many others that silently permeate our lives have one thing in common: open source.
Prior to 2016, DNS record management was mostly done through an online ticketing system—users would submit tickets for DNS changes that were manually reviewed and implemented by a separate team of DNS technicians. This system frequently required manual intervention for many of the DNS requests, which was time-consuming.