"but why do we have this logical boundary? we could build the same thing organized the same way without the boundary" yes the boundary is there to clarify what belongs where. yes theoretically you could just run cables wherever and not care about them but I mean. They're there to organize things.

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@wxcafe I am currently dealing with a coworker who believes there shouldn’t be any access control between various offices, branches, and our various DCs. It’s super charming.

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