Today’s Datanauts examines the successful open source project dbatools to better understand its intent, how the project is operated, and how folks collaborate across a wide spectrum to build something magnificent and open. Our guests are Chrissy LeMaire and Rob Sewell.
Drew Conry-Murray & Ethan Banks were briefed by SnapRoute co-founders Adam Casella and Glenn Sullivan in February 2019. After a year plus of post-launch quiet, SnapRoute has re-emerged with a new focus and energy centered around a shiny new whitebox network operating system called CN-NOS. The NOS is aimed at making operations easier, and features Kubernetes inside. Not just a K8s plugin, either.
Today’s Network Break podcast analyzes Cisco’s call for privacy legislation and CEO Chuck Robbins’ assertion that privacy is a human right. We also dive into VMware’s revamped recertification policy, a new Sprint/Meraki partnership, tactical Azure Stack hardware, and more tech news.
What would be Cisco’s motivation to call for social justice publicly. Logically there must be reasons.
Forward Networks returns to Heavy Networking to discuss its approach to network modeling, verification, and assurance in this sponsored episode. We explore new features, including the ability to leverage Forward’s data model for other applications and management systems, and its support for NSX-V and AWS VPCs.
Plixer has announced the FlowPro network probe to shine some light on sections of the network with limited flow export capability. Available both as hardware and virtual appliances, FlowPro observes network packets via SPAN or ERSPAN and can, based on its observations, create and export flow records to Scrutinizer. But that’s not all that FlowPro can do. There’s a bunch of analytical capability baked into the tool with both APM and security use cases.
In the latest episode of IPv6 Buzz we examine IPv6 deployment among cable providers. We’ll discuss industry trends, financial and technical drivers for adoption, and how the cable industry is working to transition IPv4 out of the providers’ access and distribution networks. Our guest is Dan Torbet.
The promises of the public cloud are both tantalizing and frightening. On today’s Day Two Cloud podcast we talk about how to do cloud right to maximize success, while also not putting yourself out of a job. Our guest is Kenny Lowe, Senior Principal Azure Stack Technologist at Dell EMC.
On today’s Heavy Networking we discuss DNS Flag Day, the day a group of DNS software and service providers ended backwards-compatibility with domains that don’t support EDNS. We also discuss the potential impact on non-compliant domains. Our guest is Cathy Almond, Sr. Support Engineer and Team Lead at the Internet Systems Consortium.
Today’s Network Break analyzes a slew of Cisco Live announcements including ACI Anywhere and HyperFlex for edge deployments, Huawei’s run-ins with U.S. prosecutors, financial results from Juniper Networks and Mellanox, and more tech news.
Today’s Heavy Networking aims to separate the hype from the substance on hot tech topics including SD-whatever, cloud native, container networking, service meshes, microsegmentation, and more. Our guests are Avi Freedman and Jon Mendoza.
On today’s Datanauts podcast we assess the current state of the PCI-DSS compliance standard and its impact on your infrastructure and security operations. Our guest is Paul Snyder, an IT Risk Consultant for a large insurance agency.
Today’s Tech Bytes, sponsored by Nubeva, dives into Nubeva Prisms, a public cloud packet broker that acquires, processes, and distributes packets for cloud or on-premises packet analysis tools.
Today’s Network Break examines a US Homeland Security advisory on DNS tampering, covers 400G switching news from Arrcus and Huawei, analyzes financial results from Intel and F5, and more. Plus stay tuned for a sponsored Tech Bytes conversation with Nubeva about its cloud packet broker.
What does it take to build a gaming network for the largest LAN party in Australia? In today’s Heavy Networking podcast we find out. Our guest is Tim Raphael, who volunteers for Red Flag LANfest, a non-profit that runs Bring Your Own PC (BYOPC) gaming events in Perth, Australia.
On today’s IPv6 Buzz we examine the influence of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in today’s technology landscape, particularly around the Internet Protocol (IP). Our guest is Fred Baker, emeritus chair of the IETF.
On today’s Heavy Networking we discuss advanced ZTP features in Cisco’s IOS-XR in this sponsored episode. Our guest is Akshat Sharma, a Technical Marketing Engineer at Cisco.
Welcome to the first episode of Day Two Cloud, a new podcast that punctures the marketing hype and digs into the real work required to make the public cloud work for you. My guest Tim Warner walks us through a real-world application migration to Azure and shares lessons learned on scale, automation, and cost control.
Today’s Network Break analyzes a new AWS backup service, Rubrik’s latest infusion of VC cash, whether the tech sector has reached its natural growth limit and what that means for how tech companies are valued, a Juniper/IBM deal, and more.
On today’s Tech Bytes, sponsored by Comstor, we’re going to dive into Cisco’s Smart Net Total Care. We discuss different service options and examine the Collector software that can help organizations get a handle on Cisco software licenses, updates, and bug fixes.
Today’s Heavy Networking continues a conversation about the broadcast industry’s transition to IP. We consider the challenges IP networks face when implemented in a broadcasting environment, and why IP is moving ahead anyway. Our guests are Ricki Cook and Cyrus Hira.
Today’s Datanauts explores three different topics in one show: we dive into AWS Outposts with Ned Bellavance, NVMe fabrics with Howard Marks, and parallel NFS with Chris Wahl. It’s a triple play episode!
Aporeto is an identity-based security solution. Not only user identity, but also workload identity. That is, when using Aporeto, workloads can only talk to each other when their identity is authenticated by fingerprint and authorized by policy. Aporeto decouples the network infrastructure from security, adding a whole new dimension to microsegmentation strategies.
Today’s Network Break podcast forecasts 2019 IT trends, analyzes new industry reports on IT spending, reviews the continuing fallout from Ericsson’s outage, detects a bit of consumer backlash against gadget surveillance and more tech news analysis.
Today’s episode introduces Heavy Networking, a rebrand of the Packet Pushers’ Weekly Show. We’ve renamed this podcast to better reflect its deep dive into networking technology and skills, and better differentiate it from other infrastructure shows in our podcast network. We also dive into key trends that will impact your career.