Learning-in-Progress: The ONOS controller

This post will help me synthetize some of my current understanding of this topic. “ONOS” stands for “Open Network Operating System”, a control plane application developed by the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) to, initially, be a distributed-systems approach of an OpenFlow controller with vendor-agnostic primitives. The project grew and started

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Computer Networks: the new basic part 2

This is the part where we start to get a little further from the conventional, or better said “traditional” way of learning about computer networks. In this point, usually we would start learning about the equipments that compose a computer network or the transmission medium that we can use, like

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How did I get here? Part 2

A few days ago I started a post talking about how I got to this point in time and space that I’m living right now. I decided to start exploring some motivations I had during my childhood, since they’re the fundamental understading I aprimored throughout my life. My life isn’t

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Computer Networks: IPv4 vs IPv6

Recently I’ve been studying for a public tender that will be happening in my region, and one of the main topics is something that have been discussed in the computer networks for about 2 or 3 decades: The IPv4 and IPv6 addressing transition. This post has been on draft for

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Computer Networks: the new basic

This is one of my easiest topic to talk about, base of my graduation, specialization and MSc course. Of course, since it’s the first post of the topic, I won’t be getting straight to advance topics, but I’ll give the first foundamental principles for anyone interested in learning about this

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Low-cost NAS: TrueNAS solution

This topic is related to an implementation I did at my job some time ago (around 1 year and a half). The context of a campus from IFSP isn’t of a huge company with TBs of data and backups to be managed, but some more simple demands in a local-context

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How did I get here? Part 1

This post is supposed to be a quick introduction to anyone wanting to know more about my technical background and personal path that led me to this point in time. I’ll be focusing a little more on my technical graduation and the things through my life that took me to

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Learning-in-progress: The Yocto Project

This is supposed to be my first L.I.P. (Learning in progress) post about something I’m currenctly studying or learning, so I don’t have enough mastery yet to teach about this subject, but I’m trying to write them down to get more familiar with what I’m reading/watching and make a better

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Virtualization: containerizing applications

Back in the beginning, we couldn’t imagine computers being different from building-sized machines able to perform complex ballistic calculations for military use. But since then computers have developed a lot, and now it’s like we have several of those complex machines inside one machine that can fit inside our hand.

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