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5G: What is the difference between 3 tier design architecture and Leaf spine design architecture ?

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Why Leaf Spine design architecture chosen for next generation data centers ? Why three tier design architecture is not being used for data centers ? What was the limitation of old design which restricts it to be used for data centers ?

posted Jan 18, 2017 by Rupam

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I think because the switching mechanism no longer using vlan, it's already vxlan that cannot be served by 3 tier design architechture

answer May 6, 2017 by Hana Pamora
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