In today’s episode of Datanauts, we talk about how the modern social nerd can squeeze every last kilobyte of value from the buffet of conferences, meetups, and events available to tech professionals seeking enlightenment and peer interaction.
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The Datanauts talk about their home lab setups, including issues with location, noise, and power consumption. They also examine cloud and online options, and discuss the surprising amount of lab work you can do with just a laptop.
The Datanauts Podcast is looking for enterprise infrastructure folks who have worked on a project to migrate applications from in-house to the cloud. Interested in being a guest? Ping me — [email protected] — and let us know. You can be anonymous if you like, and you don’t have to use your company name.
Complex cloud applications need decent visualizations to help infrastructure engineers understand what’s going on. For cloud visibility, Kentik absorbs AWS & GCP flow logs, with Azure support coming. Kubernetes & Istio are also data providers to Kentik. Using the Kubernetes API, Kentik correlates pod IPs to pod names and cluster namespaces. With that information, Kentik can visualize pod to pod and service to service traffic flows within a Kubernetes cluster.
Today’s Network Break podcast tackles Amazon in the enterprise, Big Switch’s new VPC capability, and more tech news analysis with guest John Fruehe
Jeffrey writes… I just finished listening to the Datanauts podcast 118. I really like the content you guys produce even when I feel like the guests are telling me that my skills are/should be obsolete. (I really think his (Peyton’s) ideas contained a lot of wishful thinking.) With that being said, I don’t know what […]
Noction announced their Intelligent Routing Platform for Cloud. Think smarter outbound BGP for your AWS VPC.
Welcome to Link Propagation, a Packet Pushers newsletter. Link Propagation is included in your free membership. Each week we scour the InterWebs to find the most relevant product announcements, industry news, and must-read posts. We drink from the fire hose so you can sip from a coffee cup. Blogs Traceroute Lies! A Typical Misinterpretation Of […]
Accelerite claims that Rovius creates a ready-to-run cloud in hours, with no unusual technology skills required.
Cisco’s newest generation of UCS servers includes workload optimization software from Turbonomic.
Greg Ferro Heavy Networking, Network Break Greg survived 25+ years of Enterprise IT as a network engineer, architect, and designer. Involved with a wide range of companies in gaming, online, finance, carriers, energy and other, he was a team member or leader that designed, built and deployed quite a few medium & large solutions for […]
Here’s the 5 most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts in March 2017. Topics include networking vs. programming, AWS gotchas, and a dive into the latest in wireless.
Here’s the ten most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts from all of 2016.
I’ll be live blogging from ONUG for this fall 2015 session. I’m in Manhattan already, looking forward to the event that starts on Wednesday. Refresh this page periodically to see the latest updates as I glean technical data from the presentations in real-time.
New to networking? Or maybe just new to Packet Pushers? Want to know which shows will help you build a foundation? Here you go. These shows cover major networking concepts, take on emerging technologies, and provide context for what we might talk about in other shows.
A variety of open networking projects are driving innovation, from FRR to OvS & more. This cheat sheet tracks who’s doing what at 12 projects, and provides links to more resources.
This page lists free books on networking and network-related topics. The list is alphabetized by category. Don’t miss the section at the bottom of free vendor books. Free Books Automation And Scripting Git Pocket Guide by Richard E. Silverman, on O’Reilly Atlas. Python Cookbook, Third Edition by David Beazley and Brian K. Jones, on O’Reilly Atlas. Mastering Perl by Brian d Foy, […]