The trio is back to talk about troubleshooting, how much fun it can be, and how to approach it, but first they share their widely respected opinions *scoff* about the ‘Race for the Container Space’, using DNA as your tier-4 storage media, and the promise of autonomous taxis.
[Editor’s note: This episode was originally recorded in May, but technical issues prevented it from being posted on Packet Pushers until June, making the news out of date. That’s on the Packet Pushers, not your podcast hosts.]
John W. Kerns is a network and systems engineer based in the Los Angeles/San Diego area. His background is in two traditionally stovepiped skill sets: systems administration and switching/routing/security. Most of his time is spent as an implementation engineer for a medium-sized VAR. You can visit his blog at blog.packetsar.com or follow him on Twitter at @PackeTsar.
Derek Pocoroba is a Director of Enterprise Networking in the San Diego area. His background is heavy in enterprise networking and he holds CCIE #18559 Routing & Switching. Derek spends much of his time as a solutions architect, focusing on network architecture and design for his customers. You can visit his blog on PacketPushers and LinkedIN or follow him on Twitter at @dpocoroba.
Mike Aossey is a Director of Practice Management in the Orange County, CA area. His background spans across many different technologies in IT, but he focuses mostly on collaboration and programming. Mike spends his time day to day overseeing SMEs and architecting VoIP solutions. You can visit his blog on www.aossey.net or follow his rants on Twitter at @aossey.
If you have been in a service desk role, you need to watch The Website is Down.