I’m delivering a webinar with Arista Network on their EOS architecture where we take a long, detailed and nerdy look at their software architecture with some of their top developers.
I’ve had so much pain with hosting at Media Temple that I have moved Packet Pushers to a new provider today. If you notice anything wrong then send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll fix it. Hopefully I’ve caught most of the problems. Rant on Media Temple. I can’t say that Media Temple was bad, […]
When Ethan, Dan and myself started Packet Pushers it was because no one was talking about networking in an open, vendor independent kind of way. We cared enough to organise ourselves and get a show done. We published the Show 01 – Lab Scenario – the First Podcast on the 2 May 2010. Less than […]
Slightly off topic, but I’m working with Skeeve Stevens to get some interviews setup for PacketPusherswith people from the various Network Information Centre (NICs) while they are at APNIC 31. I think there are lots of questions about public / Internet IPv6 and some early discussion of the issues would be useful, especially focussing on […]
I never really wanted to learn about managing websites, but part of running a podcast means running website. I’m struggling to get RSS feeds working properly but, hey, I haven’t got anything better to. If you have been having problems with the RSS feed then this is the time to change your URL. The correct […]