Cisco Live 2014: Why LISP Has IT Workers Excited
Chuck Cahoon, a CDW network solution architect, talks about a new networking protocol called the Location Identification Separation Protocol (LISP), which enables IT departments to keep the statefulness of a server or application without losing an active session.
Chuck Cahoon, CDW Network Solution Architect
- The ability to take active applications and move them to different locations is a major benefit for disaster recovery.
- Using the new LISP protocol gives IT departments an active-active environment.