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.
The Packet Pushers discuss the risks and rewards of putting your PBX in the cloud with Sonus Networks, today’s sponsor.
Kentik CEO Avi Freedman joins us on this sponsored episode to talk about new capabilities in the Kentik platform, including network performance monitoring for the cloud, as well as DDoS and anomaly detection.
Today’s Priority Queue is a candid conversation among engineers about the tech industry, recorded live in bar. They talk about the state of networking as a discipline, prospects for open networking and disaggregation, visibility, and more.
Today on Priority Queue we talk about Netmiko, network automation tooling you can use today with the equipment you already have, and which costs you nothing. Our guest today is Kirk Byers, creator of the Netmiko library for Python.
Today we catch up with GNS3, a free and open source network simulator, sponsored by SolarWinds, that’s incredibly useful if you’re trying to lab and learn without all that pesky physical equipment.
On today’s episode, recorded live in NYC & sponsored by Viptela, network engineers talk candidly about the business & technology decisions for purchasing and deploying SD-WAN products.
Cambium Networks sponsors the Packet Pushers for a discussion about WiFi in your enterprise as well as a new solution they recently announced that offers 14×14 MIMO.
On today’s Priority Queue episode we’re joined by Nuage Networks and Red Hat to dive into container networking, including the role of orchestration, overlays, service insertion & more. This episode is sponsored by Nuage Networks.
The Packet Pushers catch up on the latest developments from the Open Compute Project on networking, including new efforts that target the campus and WLANs, with guest Carlos Cardenas.
On today’s Priority Queue episode, we talk smart network monitoring with our sponsor, Paessler, maker of PRTG Network Monitor.
Recorded live at Future:Net, this Priority Queue episode explores the ‘network or endpoint’ security debate with VMware’s Bruce Davie & Bromium’s Simon Crosby.
5G networks will dramatically boost the capability of mobile networks and have a significant impact on industrial networks, IoT, and cloud computing. In this sponsored podcast we talk with Intel about its 5G initiatives
This Priority Queue episode was recorded live at IETF 96 & focuses on I2RS, an IETF effort to create an interface to interact with the routing system. Guests Sue Hares and Russ White join Greg Ferro to talk about how I2RF works and its benefits.
This week, the Priority Queue gets into the weeds on EVPN with the specific use-case of DCI. Join Ethan Banks as he interviews double JNCIE Clay Haynes on setting up BGP adjacencies, creating EVPN address families, interpreting BGP output containing EVPN NLRIs, handling VTEPs, walking a packet through end to end, and useful commands to know.
Today’s Priority Queue explores the notion of multi-layered control planes. Guest Russ White joins us to outline the concept of a control plane that’s broken out into separate functional classes. The goal is to keep the networking protocols that operate at each layer as simple as possible.
Today’s Priority Queue looks at the real state of private cloud. While public cloud gets the most media attention, and some analyst firms argue that private cloud doesn’t make sense for most companies, it’s a myth that there’s only one way to ‘do cloud.’
CloudRouter is an open source project built on Linux. It’s designed to run in physical and virtual environments, including the cloud, and includes core routing protocols such as BGP and OSPF. The Packet Pushers dig in to find out just what CloudRouter can do.
Today’s Priority Queue episode dives into the FD.IO project and the VPP open virtual switch/router. FD.IO is a Linux Foundation project, with VPP code contributed by Cisco. Cisco’s Dave Ward, Dave Barach, and Macek Constantovich join us to get into the all the details.
Today’s Priority Queue takes a visit to Romana, an open-source project that tackles network and security issues for cloud-native applications. We’ll explore just what the Romana project is about, drill into its major components, and look at its integration with OpenStack and Kubernetes.