You need a cloud strategy so you can tackle complex issues such as access and identity management, security and compliance, and networking. Ed Horley sits in on the Day Two Cloud podcast to share sensible advice on how to build a workable strategy that incorporates high-level business goals with more nitty-gritty operational requirements.
Fortinet sponsors today’s Heavy Networking podcast. You probably know Fortinet as a firewall company, but today’s conversation focuses on Fortinet’s secure SD-WAN capabilities. Fortinet guests Nirav Shah, senior director of products and solutions; and Alex Samonte, director of technical architecture come on the podcast to talk about key SD-WAN features, how SD-WAN is evolving, the role of SD-WAN in cloud access, and more.
Time for a break! Enjoy a virtual donut as we analyze the latest tech news, including a new wired automation service from Juniper, Docker’s divestment of its enterprise biz, a new SD-WAN entrant from Untangle, the rollout of a commercial version of AT&T’s open network OS, and more!
ExtraHop is our sponsor for today’s sponsored Tech Bytes conversation on traffic decryption. Packet data is a source of truth, and it’s vital for security and operations teams to have that truth to find threats and get essential visibility into security and performance. We explore how ExtraHop’s Reveal(x) NDR platform uses a variety of decryption techniques to bring visibility to encrypted data center traffic.
Sponsor ThousandEyes comes on Heavy Networking to review their research on the global cloud performance of AWS, Azure, GCP, AliCloud, and IBM. Their data measures and compares public clouds from a networking perspective, helping us figure out optimal placement of workloads and connectivity. Our guests from ThousandEyes are Archana Kesavan, Director, Product Marketing; and Angelique Medina, Director, Product Marketing.
This week’s IPv6 Buzz discusses getting IPv6 into enterprise wireless environments. We discuss what proper vendor support for v6 looks like, evaluate the impact of a lack of DHCPv6 support in Android, why running dual stack is more work than a clean cutover, and more. Our guest is Joe Neville, a technical consultant at HPE Aruba.
As more workloads get spread across private and public clouds, how do you operationalize and optimize connectivity, traffic design, and more? Can you stitch together services that reside in different clouds? What about the edge? On today’s Day Two Cloud, sponsor VeloCloud, a VMware company, brings some answers. Our guest is Marco Murgia, Senior Director of Product Engineering.
Guest Alex Marcham returns to Heavy Networking to explore edge exchanges. Like Internet exchanges, the goal of an edge exchange is to provide direct interconnection and traffic exchange between provider networks, but edge exchanges move that infrastructure closer to end users. Alex walks us through how these exchanges work.
On today’s Tech Bytes, our sponsor is Tufin, and we’re going to dig into the concept of agility in the enterprise, particularly as organizations adopt cloud services and container-based applications. Our guest is Aleck Brailsford, Director of Sales Engineering for the Americas at Tufin.
Brad Casemore from IDC joins Network Break as a guest commentator, and we’ve got a ton to talk about, including a new campus automation framework from Pica8, new IPS capabilities in VMware’s NSX, the release of a limited beta for VMware’s Kubernetes wrangler Tanzu Mission Control, an Infoblox acquisition, and more FU than you can shake a virtual donut at.
Today on Heavy Networking, sponsor Open Systems comes on the podcast to discuss the new opportunities–and challenges–for networking in a time when more applications and services are running in the cloud. We explore how cloud services affect WAN design, how organizations can use SD-WAN to enhance networking and security, and much more. Our guest is Silvan Tschopp, head of solutions architecture at Open Systems.
The Day Two Cloud podcast is getting a new co-host, Ethan Banks; and becoming a weekly show! Now you can get deep dives on cloud and infrastructure topics including Kubernetes, cloud security, design and deployment, and more every week.
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are trying to sell SD-WAN services by convincing you that you don’t have the staff, training, or competence to operate an SD-WAN. On today’s Heavy Networking, Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks pick this argument apart to see if there’s anything to it.
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.
The latest Network Break covers Fortinet’s acquisition of endpoint security company EnSilo, digs into Gigamon’s new network detection and response product, covers Extreme Networks’ launch of ExtremeCloud IQ, reports on the latest tech financial results, and more.
TRex is an open source traffic generator, and the project is backed by Cisco. On today’s Heavy Networking, TRex’s lead developer Hanoch Haim joins us to dive into details on the software. Haim is also a Principal Engineer at Cisco.
Today’s episode explores how the US federal government views IPv6 adoption. We also explore the use of IPv6 by the U.S. Department of Defense, including innovations, and how the DoD’s use affects its work with civilian entities. Our guest is Jeremy Duncan, founder and leading partner of the consultancy Tachyon Dynamics.
How does technical implementation and user feedback shape a cloud-based solution? When is it time to make a significant change in your design? And how do you know you’re headed in the right direction? This Day Two Cloud podcast episode tackles these questions with guest Michael Fraser, co-founder and CEO of Refactr.
Today’s episode of Full Stack Journey focuses on the benefits of testing and validation for Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC). We discuss types of testing, available tools, and why IaC has value even for smaller shops. My guest is Gareth Rushgrove.
Today’s Network Break examines new campus and data center switches from Aruba, looks at new SD-WAN gear from Riverbed, discusses Teridion PoPs in China for SD-WAN, explores financial results from Juniper and AWS, and much more. Guest Ed Horley joins as guest commentator.
ExtraHop is our sponsor for today’s Heavy Networking podcast. We dive into Network Detection and Response (NDR) with CTO and co-founder Jesse Rothstein. We explore how to enhance your security posture with NDR, how to use it in the cloud, ExtraHop’s ability to take advantage of native cloud traffic mirroring, how ExtraHop deals with encrypted traffic, and more.
Today is the final episode of the Datanauts podcast. Thanks to all the listeners who joined us on this starship journey through IT infrastructure.
Today’s Heavy Networking tries to leak some of the hot air out of the term “digital transformation” to see what this term really means for IT and the business, and what the impact of transformation might be on engineers responsible for such initiatives. Our guests are Paul Beyer, Infrastructure Architect; Tobias Metz, Consultant Network Engineering & Training Coordinator; and Emma Cardinal-Richards, Senior Network Architect.
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.
On today’s Network Break we examine Cumulus’s move into campus networking, Thoma Bravo’s multi-billion-dollar bid for Sophos, and the limited debut of 5G in the UK. We also try to parse a buzzword-laded press release announcing stealthy startup Pensando Systems, discuss the EU’s interim measures against Broadcom for anti-competitive behavior, and more tech news.