Ken Duda, Founder, CTO and SVP Software and Engineering at Arista, has worked in networking for decades, but is a programmer at heart. He reviews the how the EOS architecture is different from other switches, starting from it's simplified single binary image. This allows for standardization across an entire environment. This is enhanced by their state oriented approach, which allows for off-box programmability. All of this is backed by a commitment to "true" Linux with an off the shelf Linux distribution.
Recorded at Networking Field Day 16 in Silicon Valley on September 13, 2017. For more information, visit arista.com/ TechFieldDay.com/event/nfd16/