At the heart of every networking device is an operating system that enables traffic flow. In the case of networking vendor Juniper, that operating system for the past ten years has been JUNOS, a network operating system with its roots in the open source FreeBSD operating system.
Juniper has updated JUNOS every 90 days since 1998.
Every 90 days? How exact is this? On the second? I say we should jump!
“It’s funny. Almost everyone I talk to wants to know how we can continue to ship feature-rich releases every 90 days”
I could do that too by copying FreeBSD and setting my alarm carefully.