Today’s Weekly Show explores Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) with sponsor Cisco. We’ll look at doing ZTP at scale, plus drill into iPXE and ONIE, golden ISOs, and integration with tools such as Chef, Puppet, and Ansible.
We explore real-world SD-WAN use cases, including service chaining and SaaS performance improvement, with sponsor Silver Peak in our latest Weekly Show podcast.
How did MPLS get its start, and why was it created the way it was? Today on the Packet Pushers we dive into the creation of MPLS with some of the engineers who were there.
Today’s entry the Packet Pushers’ Design & Build series focuses on DDoS mitigation strategies. Our guests are Rich Groves and Eric Chou.
Today on the Weekly Show, we dive into network modeling and verification with sponsor Forward Networks. Forward builds a real-time logical model of your network to verify intent, identify problems, and test changes.
On today’s sponsored Weekly Show, the Packet Pushers talk with Cisco about using model-driven telemetry for improved operations and troubleshooting.
Today’s Weekly Show is all about network traffic intelligence. Our sponsor is Kentik and we talk with CEO Avi Freedman about getting deep visibility for performance, DDoS detection & more.
In the Packet Pushers last Weekly Show of 2017, Greg, Drew, and Ethan prognosticate about the past, predicting exactly what happened with complete accuracy. Hindsight is super helpful that way!
Today’s sponsored Weekly Show dives into IPv6 Segment Routing with Cisco and network architects from Bell Canada and LinkedIn. We discuss just how IPv6 Segment Routing makes the network programmable.
Today on the Weekly Show, the Packet Pushers talk about work/life balance. Because it’s hard. Our guest is Derick Winkworth, also known as CloudToad.
On today’s Weekly Show, Greg and Ethan discuss why it’s hard to bring radical products to market, DevOps as a communications issue, and whether automation tooling is just a provisional step in network evolution.
In today’s sponsored show with Silver Peak, we talk about lessons they’ve learned from more than 500 customer deployments, the role of routing, the necessity of Internet breakouts, and more. Our guest is David Hughes, founder and CEO.
The Packet Pushers and sponsor Cisco dive into EVPN to explore how it works and find out why it’s attracting the attention of enterprises and carriers for use cases such as data center interconnect and Carrier Ethernet.
On today’s show, Peyton Maynard-Koran joins the Packet Pushers talk about why some enterprise networks avoid change, and why vendors want to keep it that way.
On today’s Weekly Show, sponsor ThousandEyes is back to discuss Device Layer, a new feature that uses SNMP to collect data from network devices to boost visibility of network performance.
Today’s show is Greg and Ethan sharing ideas and opinions about how the networking industry has changed in the past year. Topics include SD-WAN & Intent-Based Networking.
On today’s Packet Pushers show, sponsored by Cisco, we discuss device programmability, network modeling with YANG, and the IOS XR Service-Level API.
The Packet Pushers’ Future Of Networking series continues with guest Brighten Godfrey, CTO and cofounder of Veriflow. We’ll talk about intent-based networking and some of the mathematics behind this emerging approach to networking.
On today’s sponsored Weekly Show, InterOptic CEO Tim Dixon joins the Packet Pushers for a lively discussion about the world of optics.
Juniper Networks joins the Packet Pushers on this sponsored podcast to talk about Juniper’s vision of the Self-Driving Network to bring more automation, efficiency, and security to the network.
On today’s sponsored Weekly Show, we look at the role of VMware NSX in bringing networking, automation, and security to applications on premises and in the cloud.
Today’s Weekly Show examines IT’s blame and shame culture and explores options and alternatives to make ti better. Our guests are Carl Fugate and John Hildebrand.
The Packet Pushers talk with sponsor Oracle Ravello about the Networking 2.0 enhancements to its hypervisor, which lets you move VMs to the cloud without the need for underlying changes.
BGP is one of the fundamental protocols for routing in the Internet, but it also has its limitations. Today’s Weekly Show drills into the uses of BGP and problems associated with it. Our guests are Sue Hares and Russ White.
The Future of Networking series continues with guest Fred Baker, a Cisco Fellow and longtime network engineer and IETF chair. Greg and Fred discuss the history and future of QoS, adaptive queue management, and the impact of IoT.