List of Links
RSS feeds for the Packet Pushers Podcast Network & Community Blog
- Weekly Podcast – Our most popular show with Greg Ferro + Ethan Banks
- The Network Break – News & analysis with Drew Conry-Murray + Greg Ferro
- Priority Queue – Niche & nerdy with Ethan Banks + Greg Ferro.
- Datanauts – Building data centers & destroying silos with Chris Wahl + Ethan Banks
- Community Channel – Our incubator for new shows & budding podcasters
- All Podcasts – Audio only from all podcast feeds
- All Blog Posts – Text only from our community bloggers & subject matter experts
- Everything – All content published at PacketPushers.net
- Greg Ferro’s Blog – etherealmind.com
- Ethan Banks’ Blog – ethancbanks.com
Subscribe to Human Infrastructure Magazine – A newsletter on life in networking. The rich, personal experience of being a human in a world of IT infrastructure.
Subscribe to The Hot Aisle – Ethan’s newsletter on networking. Unsponsored, completely original content about networking & the industry.
Subscribe to Link Propagation – A free, weekly newsletter with curated links to the latest tech news, must-read blogs, and the latest industry announcements.
Long Version – Description, iTunes and RSS URLs
This is the main podcast feed. The Weekly Show features industry experts, real-life network engineers, and our cast of regulars. Co-hosted by Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks.
A podcast on news of the business in networking. We discuss vendors moves and news, product and ploys, analysis on product and positioning, and look at the business of networking. In the time it takes to have coffee break.
This is the Priority Queue feed only. Having a separate feed to listen to occasional content makes sense. Not everyone wants to hear all the shows. This feed may get large amounts of content in a short time, or contain very niche, specialized content.
This is the Datanauts feed only. This is a technical show about data center design, engineering, and operations with virtualization and storage pro Chris Wahl and networking expert Ethan Banks. Chris & Ethan break down silos while interviewing expert industry gusts and sharing their own hands-on knowledge in this show about enterprise IT.
Packet Pushers Community Channel is a place for anyone to publish a podcast and incubating new podcasts. We provide the hosting, iTunes and a place for people to find your content. Who knows ? Maybe one day you can have your own channel.
Packet Pushers Podcast Network – Every Show In One Feed
This feed combines all of our podcasts (except for Citizens of Tech, which moved to its own infrastructure). The feed is podcast-only, so it’s best for your favorite podcast client. If we add new shows in the future, they will be included in this feed as well as getting their own feed.
Packet Pushers – Healthy Paranoia Archive (On indefinite hiatus — all 24 shows still available)
This is the Healthy Paranoia podcast iTunes feed, focused on security. Hosted by Michele Chubirka, aka Mrs. Y.
The “Fire Hose”. Anything that gets posted to PacketPushers.net will appear in this RSS feed including blogs, podcasts, and updates from any category, anywhere. Some people listen to the show from their RSS reader, plus read all the blog posts.
PacketPushers.net – Blogs Only
This is the all-blog or article feed for Blog Posts only. If you are only interested in reading the articles, then this is the best feed for your RSS reader.
We have a number of newsletters. Some are regular, some are occasional.
Human Infrastructure Magazine
An email-based newsletter about being a human in IT Infrastructure. Thought provoking, personal, useful information and lots of links to research, videos, and other interesting tidbits. Written by Greg Ferro & the Packet Pushers team along with community contributors.
The Hot Aisle
An email-based newsletter featuring technical analysis of trends in networking and IT. Focuses on how these trends affect network operators as they navigate the seas of IT change. Written by Ethan Banks.
A weekly dose of the latest headlines, blogs, and announcements. The Packet Pushers choose the news and stories to make sure they’re relevant and worth your time.
Last updated 07-Jan-2015