Making interconnection agreements between networks more dynamic
large.hadron.collider at gmx.com
Tue May 23 22:16:39 UTC 2017
You need an extra 9 lines to handle the overrun.
On May 23, 2017 12:10:52 PM PDT, valdis.kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:
>On Tue, 23 May 2017 15:07:14 -0300, Pedro de Botelho Marcos said:
>> Dynamic agreements offer many opportunities. For example, consider
>> acquiring extra "bandwidth as a service" that is available on demand
>> when one needs it, similarly to how one might spin up extra VMs in
>> cloud to handle high loads.
>In computer science, all problems can be solved by adding a level of
>You've now changed it from lengthy discussion about the connection, to
>discussion about which dynamic agreements both sides are willing to
>Hint: You can't discuss "bandwidth as a service" without both sides
>about how much burst capacity might be needed, because the capacity
>require over-provisioning in order to be available if needed. If both
>of the link have 1G optics, you're not going to burst to 10G no matter
>many dynamic agreements you have.
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