Today’s Network Break examines a $65 million investment in CloudGenix and what it says about the SD-WAN market, a new cloud-based packet processor from Nubeva, why Apple settled with Qualcomm just before trial, and more tech news.
What’s the difference between network architects and network engineers? On today’s Heavy Networking we gather four people who’ve held both roles to explore this question. Topics include the career path to becoming an architect, the tradeoffs, and advice for those pursuing such a role.
The Packet Pushers stop by the IPv6 Buzz studios for a follow-up conversation with Tom Coffeen and Ed Horley on IPv6 address planning, including why nibble boundaries are so useful for subnetting, use cases for PI and PA address spaces, and tool recommendations.
Pushing your heritage application to the cloud won’t digitally transform your company any more that slapping an Autobots symbol on your car makes it a Transformer. On today’s Day Two Cloud podcast, guest Martin Ehrnst delves into the nuances of digital transformation in the enterprise.
On today’s Heavy Networking we explore how to build a source of truth for networking devices as a foundation for automation. Our guests Damien Garros and Adam Mills of Roblox share their real-world experiences developing sources of truth using Netbox and Git as part of a company-wide automation effort.
Today’s Network Break issues a few corrections, and then delves into hybrid cloud news from Google and Cisco, examines a new SD-WAN service from Juniper, discusses Sungard’s bankruptcy, and other tech news.
On today’s Heavy Networking we talk with sponsor Netrounds about measuring network performance and user experience through active testing. Netrounds’ software generates synthetic traffic to measure actual performance of critical services, provides assurance that KPIs are being met, and identifies where problems occur.
Looking to elevate your skills from on-prem hardware monkey to cloudy diva? In this Datanauts episode, we explore one person’s career path from tech support to cloud architect, and get his opinions on key cloud tools and issues.
Today’s Heavy Networking is a crash course in executing a new wireless deployment for engineers who are wired, not wireless, experts. We explore how and why to gather user and technical requirements, understanding the RF environment, channel management, and more. Our guest is Robert Boardman.
On today’s Network Break we examine new product announcements from Aruba and Intel, discuss Amazon’s plans to launch broadband satellites, analyze Kemp Technologies’ acquisition by a private equity company, and more tech news.
On Heavy Networking, Chris Parker joins Ethan Banks to delve into the details of a perplexing troubleshooting session with a recalcitrant firewall, how the problem was finally solved, and what Chris learned from the experience.
State and regional IPv6 task forces advocate for IPv6 adoption by state governments and the private sector, and educate engineers. In today’s episode we chat with George Usi, the Co-Chair of the California IPv6 Task Force to learn more about the task force’s goals and what it’s achieved to date.