Today’s Tech Bytes podcast explores active and passive monitoring techniques employed by sponsor AppNeta to monitor performance and end user experience on 100Gbps links. Our guests are Adam Edwards, Chief Customer Officer; and Mike Hustler, VP of Engineering at AppNeta.
Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by ExtraHop, explores how you can get visibility into cloud networking for security and performance by leveraging native traffic mirroring capabilities in AWS and Azure. We’ll also look at how ExtraHop’s Reveal(x) Cloud product uses cloud traffic for network detection and response. Our guest is Our guest is Matt Cauthorn, VP of CyberSecurity Engineering at ExtraHop.
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.
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.
Last week we saw LPWAN announcements from Amazon and Apple, lets consider what that means.
Software is essential to networking and on today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Arista, we examine how software quality affects operations, upgrades, security and more. Our guest is Doug Gourlay, VP and General Manager of Cloud Networking at Arista.
Today’s Tech Bytes dives into failsafe SD-WAN with sponsor Oracle. We discuss how Oracle provides Quality of Experience through techniques such as continuous unidirectional measurement and sub-second response to network events. Our guest is Andy Gottlieb, VP, SD-WAN Solutions at Oracle.
Today’s sponsored Tech Bytes explores how Big Switch Networks applies cloud design principles to data center and cloud networks. Network engineers can provide a developer-friendly environment while still enforcing policy, enabling security controls, and getting visibility into the network. Our guest is Big Switch CTO Paul Unbehagen.
On today’s sponsored Tech Bytes episode, Big Switch Networks discusses its latest products for hybrid and multi-cloud networking, including a new controller for AWS VPCs and more. Our guest is Paul Unbehagen, CTO at Big Switch.
128 Technology takes an interesting approach to WAN routing. In this Brief Briefing Ethan Banks and Drew Conry-Murray skim the surface of 128 Technology’s approach, which includes stateful sessions, NAT, and encryption–but no tunneling. We also touch on use cases including SD-WAN and security. We also provide links to Networking Field Day videos that have much more detail.
On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Silver Peak, we talk with a healthcare provider about how the organization uses Silver Peak’s Unity Edge Connect SD-WAN to securely segment and prioritize electronic medical records traffic and enforce QoS on other essential applications.
Today’s Tech Byte podcast, sponsored by AppNeta, delves into how AppNeta provides visibility and real-time insight into network performance by monitoring the end-to-end network path and capturing packets and flows, and performs synthetic testing for an accurate measure of user experience.
Cloud Genix SDWAN launches a series of third party integrations aka “CloudBlades”
Edgeworx has made Kubernetes smarter for edge computing. How? By allowing the K8s scheduler to make application placement decisions based on endpoint attributes important to edge computing environments. Like what? GPS coordinates and hardware capabilities, to name a couple.
Gluware sponsors today’s Tech Bytes episode. Greg Ferro and Gluware CEO Jeff Gray discuss network automation, how Gluware’s software works, how it lets you solve immediate problems in your current environment while working toward intent, and more.
On today’s Tech Bytes we talk with sponsor Anuta Networks about its ATOM network automation software. Guest Kiran Sirupa explains ATOM’s capabilities including low-code automation, network device configurations, compliance checks, telemetry collection, and more.
In this Tech Byte episode we delve into security policy orchestration and automation with sponsor Tufin. Tufin integrates with firewalls, next-gen firewalls, routers, switches and more to help you understand and automate controls and policies on premises and in the cloud.
Tech Bytes welcomes sponsor NetBeez to talk network and performance monitoring from the end user perspective. CEO and cofounder Stefano Gridelli talks about how NetBeez works, the tests it performs, and what customers are doing with it.
On today’s Tech Bytes, sponsored by Silver Peak, we talk with homeware retailer Dunelm about how they rearchitected their WAN to improve the in-store experience for customers, lower IT costs and boost the bottom line.
A quick look at Solo.io and their service mesh offering
Today we welcome sponsor SnapRoute for a Tech Bytes conversation. SnapRoute makes CN-NOS, a network OS that runs on whitebox hardware. We discuss the NOS’s containerized design that lets you update, test, and replace components; its use of Kubernetes to tie into automation pipelines; and customer use cases.
Gluware Intent is a live event we’re holding in NYC on May 14, 2019. Come hang out with the Packet Pushers, the Gluware team, and customers to learn about practical network automation. Register via https://packetpushers.net/gluware to reserve your seat, hear presentations, and see the Packet Pushers record a Heavy Networking episode live.
SD-WAN vendor Versa Networks has announced Versa Titan, which combines SD-WAN capabilities with built-in security features. Customers can get Titan delivers as a service by MSPs and VARs, or deploy it themselves.
Quick review of Cumulus NETQ, an SDN tool for analytics and operation of your network.
Today’s Tech Bytes episode explores the Link State Vector (LSVR) protocol, an IETF draft standard that lets you use BGP to build a data center fabric. Sponsor Arrcus joins us to discuss how LSVR works, and how Arrcus’s ArcOS network operating system leverages this protocol.