HammerSpace announced the ability to provide a global namespace for persistent storage in Kubernetes environments. HammerSpace has tackled this issue with what they are calling data-as-a-microservice. This is not a new type of K8s specific storage, which HammerSpace thinks is about the last thing the Kubernetes world needs. More importantly, HammerSpace is trying to answer the question, “How do we get storage to evolving workloads?”
Denise “Fish” Fishburne chats with Ethan Banks. The conversation covers being arrested at 19 for DUI, being gay in the corporate world of the 80’s and 90’s, overcoming the challenge of being easily bored, teaching without ego, struggling with a distrust of others, the myth of the self-made person, and becoming an active member of the “Network Neighborhood.”
For Denise, it’s all about community. “All for one, and one for all.”
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Today’s Tech Bytes episode explores new features in sponsor Nubeva’s cloud packet broker, including packet processing capabilities, integration with open-source tools such as ntop and Zeek, and its ability to work with cloud-native taps such as Azure VTAPs.
Today’s Network Break looks at Facebook’s plaintext password blunder, Nokia’s new investment in the IETF, the potential impact of Google’s gaming service on broadband, new products from VMware and Dell EMC, and more tech news.
On today’s Heavy Networking we explore the intersection of policy, politics, and technology with the Internet Governance Project (IGP), which connects tech and policy experts to help bridge gaps in understanding between these two communities, with the goal of influencing outcomes on issues such as free expression, privacy, and security.
There are a few critical security differences between IPv4 and IPv6, including host addressing and extension headers. In today’s IPv6 Buzz episode, we examine these differences, and other v6 security issues, with guest Eric Vyncke, a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco and co-author of the book “IPv6 Security.”
Today’s Day Two Cloud episode is all about the realities of building a startup in the cloud era. Guest Adam Bertram shares his experiences launching a startup using cloud services such as Trello, Zapier, and Lambda; discusses why good APIs matter; and talks about how to balance immediate needs against long-term technical debt.
Will the new QUIC protocol cause the Internet to collapse? Today’s Heavy Networking episode tackles this question with guest Christian Huitema. QUIC is an emerging transport protocol that promises advances over TCP and the ability to innovate quickly, but could–possibly–set off an arms race as developers try to game congestion algorithms to their own benefit.
Today’s Network Break discusses new Facebook switches released through the Open Compute Project, examines two significant acquisitions–F5 buying NGINX and NVIDIA ponying up for Mellanox–and reviews more tech and IT news.
On today’s sponsored Heavy Networking episode we explore how AppNeta wraps user metadata around Netflow records, deep packet inspection, and discovery of networks to help engineers get a continuous view of end user performance and the telemetry to find and fix problems.
Today’s Datanauts episode offers travel advice for IT pros who spend a lot of time on the road. Our three guests have logged millions of miles for work. They share tips on getting from A to B smoothly, offer packing hints for clothes and equipment, give advice on maximizing travel programs, and tout their favorite travel gear.
Today’s Network Break analyzes Juniper’s $405 billion purchase of WiFi vendor Mist Systems, discusses VMware’s new service-defined firewall, digs into the launch of a new security analytics service, opines on Huawei’s lawsuit against the U.S., plus more tech news.