Priority Queue sits down with the co-chairs of the Path Aware Networking Research Group from the IETF to discuss efforts to put more choice and intelligence into path selection.
Recorded live at IETF 99, this Priority Queue episode is a roundtable conversation on new and emerging ideas for data center fabrics. Our guests are Jeff Tantsura, Russ White, and Tony Przygienda.
Today’s Priority Queue explores In-situ OAM (IOAM), an IETF initiative to enable per-packet telemetry to be collected and extracted from the network.
Sonus Networks joins the Packet Pushers to discuss cloud SBCs for security and analytics in this sponsored episode of Priority Queue.
Today’s Priority Queue explores DMARC, an IETF project to improve email authentication to ensure mail delivery while thwarting spam and phishing. Our guest is Kurt Andersen.
The Interface to Network Security Functions (i2nsf) is an IETF project to provide standard software interfaces and data models for multi-vendor security services. Greg Ferro talks with Linda Dunbar about the project.
Find out the many ways you can participate in the IETF in this conversation with Greg Ferro and guests at the IETF 99 meeting.
The Packet Pushers talk intent-based networking with our sponsor Apstra. We discuss why the industry cares about intent, how intent-based networking works, and its potential impacts on network engineers.
Guest Dave McCrory discusses the network in relation to distributed systems and problems of consistency.
The Priority Queue delves into the Enterprise Data Center Operators Group, which aims to get enterprises engaged with the IETF standards process. Our guest is Nalini Elkins.
Today’s Priority Queue episode is a sponsored conversation with VMware about NSX and container networking. Our guest is Sai Chaitanya.
Today’s Priority Queue explores network modeling and programmability. Our guest Michael Kashin has been working with YANG models, python, and a variety of supporting tools. We discuss how to work with network models and how they tie to the future of network configuration.
Today’s Priority Queue explores three IETF draft projects for routing, including BIER, RIFT, and the use of BGP as a control plane for service function chaining. Our guests are Alia Atlas and Antoni Przygienda.
Today’s Priority Queue looks at hackathons at the IETF. Hackathons provide real-world feedback for working groups, validate implementations of standards, and help drive adoption in the broader tech community.
Today’s Priority Queue is all about DNS, including scale, security, privacy, and DDoS protection. We’ll also get into mechanisms for DNS authentication and operational issues. This episode was recorded live at IETF 98 with guest Tim Wicinski.
Today’s Priority Queue dives into Free Range Routing, an open source router that’s a fork of Quagga. We examine capabilities, deployment options & more. This episode was recorded live at IETF 98.
Today’s Priority Queue drills into the YANG data modeling language and telemetry. Our guest is Benoit Claise
The CCIE has been the gold standard certification in networking for years, but it’s been tarnished by recent critiques. On today’s Priority Queue we discuss whether the value of the CCIE is fading.
On today’s Priority Queue, we explore DMEVPN, a open-source technology for multipoint EVPN tunnels. By using DMEVPN, network engineers can extend layer-2 tunnels across an IP network.
Working for a startup sounds cool: it’s all about creativity, hoodies, and big money, right? Today’s Priority Queue looks at more common outcomes, including dysfunction and failure.
The latest Priority Queue dives into the applicability of machine learning to networking with guest David Meyer, Chief Scientist and Fellow at Brocade.
Today’s Priority Queue is a conversation about the whitebox, SD-WAN, analytics & automation/orchestration technologies showcased at Network Field Day 14, with guests Eyvonne Sharp and Kevin Myers.
Our latest Priority Queue episode tackles 5G and its potential to help with the rural broadband problem. Alex Marcham sits down with the Packet Pushers to help us understand the role that 5G will play in rural broadband Internet access.
The latest entry in our Design & Build series digs deeper into DMVPN. Today’s focus is on using certificates for endpoint authentication with guest Nick Moody.
The Packet Pushers Design & Build series continues with DMVPN, a proprietary Cisco technology for hub-and-spoke connectivity using multipoint VPNs. Our guest is Eugene Khabarov, a network engineer and CCIE.