[c-nsp] "MPLS in the SDN Era" New book

david roy door7302 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 06:30:19 EST 2016


I just wanted to share with all of you that the new "MPLS in the SDN Era"
book is already shipping. I know well the two authors and the book, and I
can certainly recommend it.

This book's focus is interoperability. Its 900+ pages cover a wide range of
MPLS technologies, illustrated with real interoperable scenarios that
combine Junos and IOS XR devices.

"In case you’re wondering how one could integrate the traditional
protocol-focused world of MPLS with the new software-defined world, you
came to the right place. This book has the potential to become the MPLS
Bible 2.0."

Ivan Pepelnjak, iNetwork Architect, www.ipSpace.net

Here is the list of chapters, which you can find in more detail (together
with the full table of contents) in O'Reilly sampler:

Chapter 1, Introduction to MPLS and SDN

Chapter 2, The Four MPLS Builders : LDP, RSVP-TE, IGP (IS-IS, OSPF) SPRING,
and BGP

Chapter 3, Layer 3 Unicast MPLS Services (6PE, L3VPN)

Chapter 4, Internet Multicast Over MPLS

Chapter 5, Multicast VPN

Chapter 6, Point-to-Point Layer 2 VPNs

Chapter 7, Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS)

Chapter 8, Ethernet VPN (EVPN), featuring EVPN MPLS, EVPN VXLAN, PBB-EVPN

Chapter 9, Inter-Domain MPLS Services

Chapter 10, Underlay and Overlay Architectures

Chapter 11, Network Virtualization Overlays, featuring OpenContrail

Chapter 12, Network Function Virtualization (NFV)

Chapter 13, Introduction to Traffic Engineering

Chapter 14, TE Bandwidth Reservations

Chapter 15, Centralized Traffic Engineering, featuring Northstar

Chapter 16, Scaling MPLS Transport and Seamless MPLS

Chapter 17, Scaling MPLS Services

Chapter 18, Transit Fast Restoration Based, featuring LFA, RLFA, TI-LFA,

Chapter 19, Transit Fast Restoration Based on the RSVP-TE

Chapter 20, FIB Optimization for Fast Restoration

Chapter 21, Egress Service Fast Restoration



*David Roy *

*IP/MPLS NOC engineer - Orange France*

SkypeID : davidroy.35

*JNCIE x3 (SP #703 ; ENT #305 ; SEC #144)*

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