Russ White returns to the podcast to discuss the pros and cons of information hiding in the control plane.
Today on the Packet Pushers Priority Queue, we get nerdy about disaggregation with sponsor Cisco. Specifically, we look at disaggregation options with Cisco’s IOS-XR software.
On today’s IPv6 Buzz, we chat with Stephan Lagerholm of T-Mobile to learn about the uptake of IPv6 in mobile networks and why 464XLAT is a critical translation mechanism for mobile IPv6.
On today’s Datanauts episode, we talk to Justin Garrison, a senior systems engineer, about managing cloud native applications. We cover the challenges of managing a microservices architecture, sidecars, troubleshooting and more
Take a Network Break! Today we analyze Dell’s return to the public market, Vodafone’s optical whitebox tests, an LTE vulnerability & more tech news.
The Packet Pushers’ Future Of Networking series continues with guest Peter Wohlers. We discuss the impact of cloud, SDN hype, the evolution of networking skills & more.
Find out why Juniper supports EVPN and VXLAN in the campus, what Extreme Networks is doing at the edge, who’s pushing fog computing & more tech news analysis in the latest Network Break podcast.
The Packet Pushers launch Ignition, a new membership site for professional development. We also discuss the current state of the networking industry, including intent, multicloud, and SD-WAN.
Today’s IPv6 Buzz podcast tackles the slow uptake of v6 in the enterprise, and how that might affect IoT, cloud, and network programmability strategies.
The Datanauts and guest Sean Massey explore the ins and outs of End User Compute (EUC) and VDI, including use cases, the end user perspective, and EUC/VDI’s impact on the data center.
Take a Network Break! We analyze Aruba’s launch of SD-Branch, Cisco’s acquisition of a WiFi location services company, ATT’s sale of dozens of data centers, and more tech news.
Today’s Weekly Show podcast dives into optical networking. We explore the impact of silicon photonics on the optical industry, optical for DCI, and the open optical movement.