Posted on 28 October 2014 | 2 Comments
Do you really need genuine SFP and QSFP modules in your network equipment ? We talk technical with a supplier of OEM modules for your network equipment about the technology, functions and operation of non-vendor SFP optics and modules.
Posted on 25 October 2014 | 1 Comment
This week we round up the news and talk about latest vendor happenings.
Posted on 22 October 2014 | 4 Comments
Talking about Network Management get mixed reactions in the network industry with a rich history of products that didn’t match our expectations or needs. In today’s sponsored podcast, HP Networking continues their mission to change the way network engineers feel about their NMS’s through the HP Intelligent Management Center.
Posted on 11 October 2014 | Leave a Comment
A couple of weeks ago, Cloudflare announced a new solution that allows DDOS Protection, Caching and application firewalls of SSL encrypted traffic without handing over the private key. This is a significant breakthrough for companies. Many companies have strong controls over private keys that prevent external sharing. More often the simple cost of key ceremonies is punitive to the business.
Posted on 8 October 2014 | Leave a Comment
Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:07:09 — 31.1MB) Lauren Malhoit, Paul Stewart, and Ed Henry join Packet Pushers hosts Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks for a discussion about what it’s like to work for a networking vendor. Lauren and Paul recently started working at Cisco in two very different roles, while Ed went the startup route, landing at Plexxi. […]
- Show 207 – Cisco Nexus Unified Fabric – Sponsored
- Show 206 – Brocade’s OpenDaylight-Based Vyatta Controller – Sponsored
- PQ Show 33 – Intel Rack Scale Architecture – Real or Impractical ?
- Network Break 17
- Community Show – Killing the Spanning Tree with SPB,TRILL,Fabricpath from Anthony Sequeira and Orhan Ergun
- Show 205 – Open Source Network Monitoring with OMDistro.org
- Network Break 16
- Show 204 – Reducing Your Attack Surface with Avaya Stealth Networks – Sponsored
- Show 203 – SDN Policy + Congress with Martin Casado & Tim Hinrichs
- Show 202 – Avaya & The Critical Importance of the SDN Underlay – Sponsored
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In the last post in this series, I described several types of providers -- and even how those descriptions are no longer really "pure," for the most part (although NTT, for instance, is a pure transit provider that only … read more.
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