What’s the value of an IT certification in an age of rapidly changing technology? Does a cert translate into deep knowledge? Are certs over-valued? How else can IT pros signal expertise? The Packet Pushers & guests discuss these highly charged issues.
On this episode of Datanauts, we chat with Brandon Olin, the creator of PoshBot, a PowerShell based chatbot for ops teams. What does PoshBot do? How was PoshBot built? How do chatbots impact Brandon’s delivery model?
Today’s Network Break discusses the VPNFilter malware, GDPR’s official debut, HPE’s latest quarterly financials, and more tech news.
On today’s Weekly Show, sponsored by Cisco, we dive into how to better design, operate, and secure Internet Exchange Points (IXPs).
The Datanauts explore edge computing, including a working definition, use cases, issues of locality and latency, and the infrastructure that drives edge computing. Our guest is Alex Marcham.
Pica8 makes it first steps into network automation in a unique fashion with apps for its PicOS NOS. PicaFabric build a virtual switch chassis from an leaf/spine switch clister. The PicaPilot app builds vitual switch stack for fat tree L2 everywhere campus networks. All this is done with open hardware that you can mix &…
Today’s Network Break podcast discusses HPE’s Plexxi acquisition, new Cisco security advisories, the latest chapter in the ZTE saga, Intel’s new CPE reference architecture, and more tech news.
On today’s Weekly Show we discuss getting visibility and actionable insights into complex hybrid and SD-WAN deployments with sponsor LiveAction.
Today’s Full Stack Journey explores continual learning for technologists. Guest Cody Bunch shares tips on how to approach new information, why you should share what you learn, how to take notes, time management, and more.
On today’s sponsored episode we explore HPE InfoSight, an AI-driven cloud service that helps predict and prevent problems that could affect Nimble Storage arrays and other HPE products. HPE is our sponsor.
In this week’s dose of tech news, Arista challenges Cisco in the campus with a new core switch, Qualcomm reconsiders server chips, Google buys a cloud startup & more on Network Break.
Today’s Weekly Show explores the idea of using MPLS in your enterprise network, particularly for segmentation. We explore the reasons why, technical considerations, cost, and more. Our guest is Tom Ammon.
Today’s Priority Queue explores features in the upcoming WPA3 specifications to improve wireless security, including Opportunistic Wireless Encryption. Our guest is Dan Harkins from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.
Today on the Datanauts: the job hunt. We break down the process to understand and optimize it with guest Doug Lane, who’ll share his own experiences on a recent career transition.
VMware unveils the scope of its networking vision, Cisco buys into relationship intelligence, Arista & Juniper reveal Q1 finances & more tech news on today’s Network Break.
Kyle Mestery shares his perspectives about the Future of Networking on today’s podcast. We talk about open networking, the proliferation of open network OSs & more.
VMware’s networking and cloud ambitions come into sharper focus with the introduction of NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud.
Find out how to apply network monitoring to security, and get deep visibility into your network, with Paessler PRTG in today’s sponsored Priority Queue.
Anuta Networks will launch a SaaS version of its infrastructure orchestration software on June 1st.
Today on the Datanauts we explore why and how you should test your scripts. Our guest is Adam Bertram, an automation engineer working with PowerShell and other DevOps tools and author of The Pester Book.
Today’s Network Break delves into a BGP hijack, looks at new products from Juniper and Big Switch, discusses why bpfilter is replacing iptables in the Linux kernel, and reviews even more tech news.
Get a look under the hood of Amazon and AWS networking with an Amazon insider. We explore elements such as Hyperplane, how cloud architecture influences network design and operations, and how trends like SD-WAN influence Amazon networking.
Today’s sponsored Priority Queue discusses how to connect security controls with GDPR regulations. Our guests are Cisco partners Equilibrium Security and ePlus/IGX Global.
Today the Datanauts talk about why mentorship can lead to IT mastery and how to get past objections from experts who don’t want to share their knowledge.
On today’s Network Break we dive into US and British hacking accusations against Russia, the US vs. ZTE, a new Cisco chip, and other tech news.