Today’s Tech Bytes podcast looks at how to implement sensible network segmentation to ensure compliance with security policies and accelerate business agility. Tufin is our sponsor, and we speak with guest Sagi Bar-Zvi, Strategic Pre-Sales Manager at Tufin.
Today’s Heavy Networking show is sponsored by Cradlepoint, which provides wireless WAN networking. Our guest Marc Bresniker, VP of Product Management, joins us to discuss using LTE for WAN connections including IoT, and to explore the benefits of using Cradlepoint’s LTE solutions as part of your SD-WAN strategy.
Today’s Network Break podcast is chock full of inspirational cynicism. We cover fresh funding for Forward Networks, Vodafone trialing OpenRAN gear, SUSE closing the door on OpenStack, Extreme Networks shifting StackStorm to the Linux Foundation, and more tech news.
Today on Heavy Networking we go deep on segment routing, a way to encode into a packet the path it should take through the network. Guest Ron Bonica, Distinguished Engineer at Juniper Networks, offers a detailed look at how segment routing works; discusses use cases; explores the differences among SR-MPLS, SRv6, and SRv6+; and more. Juniper is our sponsor for today’s show.
On today’s Heavy Networking our guest walks us through a project that brought both ACI and NSX into the same data center at a very large company. We discuss the drivers for ACI in the underlay and NSX in the overlay, the learning curves on each product, challenges and successes, and more. Our guest is Derek Wilson, a Principal Network Consultant.
On today’s sponsored Tech Bytes episode we talk with MidSouth Bank CIO Daniel Hereford about how he’s using SD-WAN from Silver Peak to support the bank’s transformation to a hybrid cloud model, while also improving network visibility and performance for mission-critical applications.
Today’s Network Break analyzes Adtran’s entry into the SD-WAN market, a new IBN product from Lumina Networks, the latest software upgrade from NTOP, Google’s timeline for blocking HTTP elements in HTTPS sessions in Chrome, plus a couple of detailed follow-ups, and a Tech Bytes show.
On today’s Heavy Networking podcast, Greg and Ethan engage in a thought experiment: Will 5G and private LTE allow enterprises to get rid of their own wireless networks and shift much of that responsibility on telcos and just let them do it? They explore this idea from the telco and enterprise perspectives.
In this IPv6 Buzz episode we discuss IPv4 special address ranges, the reasons behind efforts to make them globally routable, and what impact this is likely to have on IPv6 adoption.
CI/CD. You’ve got a vague notion of what it might be. Then you’re asked to help the dev team put together an automated delivery process for a cloud app. How you do get from CI/CD as a concept to making it a reality? That’s the subject of today’s Day Two Cloud podcast with guest Nathaniel Avery.
Network Break feasts on a variety of tech news including a new wireless protocol proposed by Amazon, Mellanox support for the SONiC NOS, Palo Alto Networks saying it will build an SD-WAN offering, a dip in cloud infrastructure spending, and more.
Last week we saw LPWAN announcements from Amazon and Apple, lets consider what that means.