Show 222 – Introducing The OpenClos Project

http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/Show_222-Introducing_The_OpenClos_Project.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 48:01 — 22.9MB) Doug Hanks and Moloy Chatterjee join Packet Pushers host Ethan Banks to discuss the OpenClos project. What is OpenClos? OpenClos is open-source software written in Python that helps stand up a leaf-spine data center. Why? Standing up a DC is a fussy business – lots of cabling, IP […]


PQ Show 43 – HP Networking – Beyond Traditional Network Management

http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/PQ_Show_43-HP_Networking-Beyond_Traditional_Network_Management.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 57:16 — 26.6MB) This is the last in a series of podcasts sponsored by HP, all recorded at HP’s Discover conference in Barcelona, Spain in early December 2014. The series is made up of interviews and technical discussions with HP engineers and lab geeks about products in HP’s networking portfolio. Ken Gott, Product […]


PQ Show 42 – HP Networking – Location Aware Wireless

http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/PQ_Show_42-HP_Networking-Location_Aware_Wireless.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 56:32 — 26.0MB) This sponsored podcast is another in our series of recordings made at HP Discover 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. Once again, our special thanks to Chris Young for bringing us technical guests and not just fluffy marketing folks. Technical Marketing Engineer at HP Networking Yarnin Israel and Senior Research Scientist […]

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Show 221 – Marriott, Wifi, + the FCC with Glenn Fleishman & Lee Badman

http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/Show_221-Marriott_Wifi_the_FCC_with_Glenn_Fleishman_Lee_Badman.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:10:59 — 32.9MB) A funny thing happened on Twitter a week or so ago. I saw this message from Glenn Fleishman. If anyone wants me on a podcast to explain why Marriott wants the FCC to give it license to block personal hotspots, let’s talk. — Glenn Fleishman (@GlennF) January 2, 2015 I […]


PQ Show 41 – HP Networking’s Sarwar Raza on the Meaning of Open

http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/PQ_Show_41-HP_Networking_s_Sarwar_Raza_on_the_Meaning_of_Open.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 44:45 — 20.8MB) This sponsored podcast is a continuation of our series recorded at HP Discover Barcelona 2014. Our thanks to Chris Young for organizing the topics and guests. The interesting conversations in Barcelona at HP Discover 2014 continued with a chat about the shifty meaning of “open.” In the world of technology, […]

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