While global technology connections grow, sometimes getting online is more of a challenge than language when working overseas.
Archives for August 2016
Once computing becomes connected enough to the physical world that insecure software leads to deaths, we’ll start to see real security progress.
Find out how your peers are using SD-WAN technology from CloudGenix to transform remote office networking at VMworld 2016–and meet the Packet Pushers!
Arista Telemetry is both a product and framework for getting more visibility into your network.
Citrix is offering a free load balancer, CPX Express, aimed at developers and microservices
The Packet Pushers are fueling up the private jet (we don’t have one of those) and detailing the limo (we don’t have one of those either) for a trip to VMworld in Las Vegas. Will you be there, too? Wonderful. There are four ways you can connect with us while we’re at the show.
Open networking breaks the standoff between incumbent networking vendors and silicon providers.
20 percent of respondents have spent over $3,000 on equipment and software for a home lab, according to a new Packet Pushers survey. How do you compare?
Netronome has announced new hardware and software for its Agilio platform of server adapters, including a 25GbE card and support for OVS-based firewalling
Preempt, a security startup, has created a behavioral firewall that targets user activity. The firewall is designed to spot anomalous activity and then enable a variety of responses, including blocking.
45% of respondents go radio silent when out of the office and on vacation, according to a Packet Pushers survey. Only 11% check in daily.
A system-wide outage due to partial router failure at Southwest Airlines on July 20, 2016. Switching between primary and backup generators causes a fire that takes out Delta’s Atlanta data center on August 8, 2016. Both are examples of Black Swans events, at least from the perspectives of Southwest and Delta. Black Swans as written…
Open vSwitch is now a Linux Foundation Project, a sign of mature open source product.
In my networking career I haven’t had a chance to work with IPv6 much. But recently I was asked to help with IPv6 related issue and while working on it, I wasn’t able to find any easy to follow guides (or the ones that I have found weren’t working for me). I am hoping that this…