Show 222 – Introducing The OpenClos Project


Doug Hanks and Moloy Chatterjee join Packet Pushers host Ethan Banks to discuss the OpenClos project. What is … [Read more...]

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

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A funny thing happened on Twitter a week or so ago. I saw this message from Glenn … [Read more...]

Show 220 – OpenFlow + Table Type Patterns with Curt Beckmann

OpenFlow Network Lifecycle with TTPs taken from the ONF site.

Curt Beckmann, CTO for EMEA at Brocade, joins Packet Pushers Ethan Banks & Greg Ferro for an update of what's been going … [Read more...]

Show 219 – Open vSwitch Obtains Ludicrous Speed


Ben Pfaff, Justin Pettit, and Ethan Jackson are core contributors to the Open vSwitch (OVS) project. What's OVS? OVS is a … [Read more...]

Show 218 – OSPF Design Part 2


A long time ago, Packet Pushers ran an OSPF Design Part 1 show. That show went after the default design guides that network … [Read more...]

Show 217 – IETF, YANG Proliferation and the Lack of Cooperation and Co-ordination

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This week are talking about the IETF and it's inability to cope with massive change in networking around SDN and NFV. For … [Read more...]

Show 216 – HP & SDN In The Campus – Sponsored


At HP Discover Barcelona 2014, the Packet Pushers had the chance to chat with Heather Giovanni, Craig Mills, and Chris Young … [Read more...]

Show 215 – SDN Training & Certifications with Wendell Odom


Software defined networking (SDN) has arrived in the form of vendor released products. If you follow this show, you know that … [Read more...]

Show 214 – Storage versus Networking

The eternal loathing between Storage and Networking professionals has manifested into a podcast when I am joined by well … [Read more...]

Show 213 – What’s Next for Avaya Enterprise Wireless – Sponsored


Unlike Gen Z’ers, who have never known a world without Wi-Fi (or Minecraft), some of us get to see technology come full … [Read more...]

Show 211 – Should IT Engineers Get Fired For Production-Impacting Mistakes?


First off, apologies for the serialization error. We know, the last show was #212 in the title but #211 on the filename, when … [Read more...]

Show 212 – HP Networking in the Data Centre – Sponsored


In today's sponsored podcast, HP Networking looks to educate network engineers about HP’s data center portfolio and … [Read more...]

Show 210 – SPB Implementation Fundamentals


Dominik and Ricki Cook join Packet Pushers Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks in a hands-on exploration of Shortest Path Bridging, … [Read more...]

Show 209 – HP Networks and Network Management – Sponsored


Talking about Network Management get mixed reactions in the network industry with a rich history of products that didn't … [Read more...]

Show 208 – So, You Want To Work For A Vendor?


Lauren Malhoit, Paul Stewart, and Ed Henry join Packet Pushers hosts Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks for a discussion about what … [Read more...]