Avaya has announced their Surge IoT security product. What sort of security product is it? In a nutshell, Surge IoT is microsegmentation for your physical IoT devices.
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Avaya has released a new hardware device, the Open Networking Adapter (ONA), to streamline IoT connectivity and provide more granular network control over connected devices.
Avaya is offering a disaggregated version of their venerable VSP NOS – the one with SPB inside – that anyone could bundle into a self-branded product.
[player] Dominik and Ricki Cook join Packet Pushers Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks in a hands-on exploration of Shortest Path Bridging, IEEE 802.1aq. Most of us have had our hands on Avaya gear that does SPB — Ethan in the lab, and Dominik + Ricki in production environments. We go through the basic goals, setup, […]
[player] No country for old men !!. This week in the Orhan Show, Anthony Sequeira and Orhan Ergun are talking about spanning tree , its drawbacks, spanning tree modes, technologies which can eliminate the spanning tree’s drawbacks or completely do not use it. Orhan recommends all audience to read this blog post about spanning tree […]
[player] “The problem with ‘covering your tracks’ in network security is that your ‘covering’ becomes more conspicuous than your ‘tracks’,” says Ed Koehler, Distinguished Engineer for Avaya’s Networking Division. Ed joins Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks for a ninja nerd-fest outlining a set of technologies that not only offer some innovative ways to set up […]
[player] “The most interesting part of building our house was choosing the brick and trim,” explains Randy Cross, Director of Product Line Management at Avaya, “but in Texas with clay soils, the most IMPORTANT element was the foundation.” This podcast explains that much of the SDN hype today centers on the outer elements of SDN […]
[player] In this episode, Avaya comes on board to talk about new and efficient ways to design data centers. They bring a couple of customers along to discuss their implementations: Fujitsu Technology Solutions and the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Speaking with host Greg Ferro are Paul Unbehagen, Chief Architect for Avaya Networking; Albert Knoll, […]
We’ve done many podcasts now on Software Defined Whatever. Most of those shows are focused on diving deep into SDN technology and how protocols such as OpenFlow are meant to work. Let’s face it – this is fascinating stuff to a bunch of engineers. But over and beyond just being cool technology – SDN must solve a problem.
[player] For many network engineers, IP multicast routing is evil. Difficult to design, complicated to implement, painful to troubleshoot and challenging to scale, multicast routing is rarely implemented on a given network unless it’s absolutely required. Most engineers would just rather not bother until the issue is forced upon them. Blame PIM. Blame RPF checks. […]
[player] We’ve done a few shows now on Ethernet Fabrics where we have been getting deep into the different technology options and different vendor implementations. Avaya has sponsored this show where we actually interview customers who were early adopters of fabric-based and talk about what drove these customers to implement a network fabric, how they […]
On today’s Weekly Show podcast we dive into Fabric Connect with sponsor Extreme Networks and a customer. We get a real-world look at how Fabric Connect creates an Ethernet fabric across the network, and what that means for operations, security, and automation.
Extreme Networks has announced Automated Campus, the first integration of its recently acquired Avaya assets with Extreme’s own software and hardware.
This is a design guide for an enterprise deployment of a dual stack, routed access layer using OSPF as the routing protocol, with a fully routed ECMP core.
TRILL (TRansparent Interconnect of Lots of Links) is considered by some to be the heir-apparent to spanning-tree’s throne. After all, Radia Perlman was the force behind STP, and her name heads the list of authors for RFC 6325, the base TRILL protocol specification. For that reason alone, it seems a natural progression to move from […]
[player] Today its a special show focussing SPB – Shortest Path Bridging. The not quite finished, any day now, IEEE standard to offers a successor to Q-in-Q bridging and delivers L2 mulitpath technology. After a fine rant by Greg on a blog post Rant: Why SPB Doesn’t Get Any Attention, some members of the SPN […]
Big thanks to David Rutledge who got this list started for us. Packet Pushers Podcast Weekly Show Show 196 – EVPN Introduction & Use-Cases with Russ White + Jeff Tantsura Show 195 – HP – Real SDN and Virtual Application Networking Show 194 – SDN Northbound Interfaces with Sarwar Raza + Colin Dixon Show 193 […]