Our most-downloaded podcasts for the month of March covered a range of topics, including an update on all things wireless, a look inside the standard driving 2.5/5.0Gbps Ethernet, and the debate on whether network engineers need to learn programming.
Rounding out our top five are a sponsored podcast on Aryaka’s approach to SD-WAN, and a Datanauts discussion on how to squeeze the most of your AWS deployment and some gotchas to watch out for in storage and networking in Amazon’s cloud.
As I type this blog it’s sunny and 60 degrees, so here’s a little reminder of what we’re leaving behind. You can find our five most-downloaded podcasts in March after the photo.
Today’s Weekly Show takes to the ether to explore the evolving world of wireless. Our guests are Rowell Dionicio and François Vergès and we discuss 802.11ac, MIMO, IoT & more.
On today’s Weekly Show we look into the mysterious world of 2.5 and 5.0Gbps Ethernet. Our guest is Peter Jones, the chair at the NBASE-T Alliance.
Do network engineers need to learn programming if they want to keep their jobs? And just what do we mean by ‘programming’ anyway? Russ White, Matt Oswalt, and Steve Hood join the Packet Pushers to discuss.
On the Weekly Show we’re joined by Aryaka, today’s sponsor, for a deep dive into its global SD-WAN solution.
The Datanauts and guest Alex Galbraith examine the gotchas of storage, networking, and scaling in AWS so you can get the best design for the least amount of money.