“The Most Important Things Are Invisible”
Each individual server stacked high inside a data center is powerful in its own right. But without a way of linking them together, they aren't much use to anyone.
It takes a vast collection of switches, cables, and software control systems to create a well-functioning global network. It is Bikash Koley’s job to connect Google’s fleet of data centers – and make that connection seamless and invisible to users.
Growing up in India, Bikash first used a computer in high school. It didn’t take him long to get hooked on the concept of networking.
Today, as VP and head of global networking, he directs a team of architects who design and build a network that can withstand traffic surges, natural disasters, and a global pandemic. He and his team work at the forefront of networking technologies that keep the internet humming.
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