My Inbox is overflowing (yet again); here are some great links from last week:
Data centers and summer clouds
Matthew Norwood describes an interesting product from HP – you could probably build a small data center with a single blade enclosure.
You’ll find an interesting description of a big cloudy problem – identity crisis – on The Loose Couple’s Blog.
IPv6 extension headers can lead to security issues or suboptimal performance (from Arbor Networks security blog).
10 ways to wreck a fiber. Fun reading.
Chuck Hollis rants about good companies engaging in bad marketing practices. I can’t figure out why he failed to mention a storage company parking cars in front of competitor’s headquarters.