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.
Today on Packet Pushers we discuss how the operational change of network automation can affect your organization. Our guest is Alejandro Salinas, Senior Manager of Global Network Operations at GroupOn.
Sponsor Nokia Deepfield joins us to discuss the extensive information they gather from the network, and how they make it useful for managing IP networks in the age of cloud and IoT.
On today’s Packet Pushers Weekly Show, we discuss Salt. Salt does many things, but our use case today is that of a network orchestration tool. Our guests are Seth House and Mircea Ulinic.
The Weekly Show explores the future of network visibility, including on-box capture, custom ASICs, programmable chips, and more. Our guests are Jordan Martin and Ron Fuller.
Mark Townsley joins the Packet Pushers to talk about IPv6 and the research going on at Cisco’s Paris Innovation and Research Lab on this Future Of Networking show.
Hear from Anuta Networks customers Tata Communications and F5 about network orchestration and their experiences deploying Anuta NCX in this sponsored Weekly Show from the Packet Pushers.
Greg and Ethan continue the Ask Me Anything series with a new episode that includes career advice and technology conversations about SD-WAN vs. MPLS and the pros and cons of Open Network Linux.
Ixia joins the Packet Pushers for this sponsored episode to talk about CloudLens, an agent that lets you capture packets from the cloud.
The world needs well-trained infrastructure engineers. Katherine McNamara and the Packet Pushers talk about how to advance your career & improve your skills
SDN, hybrid cloud, vendor product reliability and more are on the table for a conversation with analyst John Fruehe in this Weekly Show episode.
This show was recorded live at Interop ITX during the Packet Pushers’ Future of Networking Summit. Greg and Ethan answer questions from a live audience on topics including the future of VARs, why engineers should be good storytellers & more.
Today’s show is a conversation on some big ideas about networking and IT, including outsourcing, automation & SD-WAN. Our guest is Mike Bushong, who works for Juniper but isn’t speaking for the company in this episode.
The Packet Pushers’ 7th anniversary Weekly Show delves into the market impacts of SD-WAN, what’s up with white box & thoughts on net neutrality.
Today’s Weekly Show is a wide-ranging discussion on OpenFlow (and what happened to it), network disaggregation, & network virtualization. Our guest Wes Felter and the Packet Pushers explore the current state of networking and speculate about where the industry is going.
Today’s Weekly Show is a conversation with JR Rivers, cofouner and CTO of Cumulus Networks, our sponsor for this episode. We talk Web-scale IT, automation, Free Range Routing & more.
Today’s Weekly Show brings you tales from the trenches with our sponsor Connection. As a national solutions provider, Connection sees all sorts of things at all sorts of sites, and thus has interesting stories to tell.
Today’s Weekly Show episode is part 2 of the Packet Pushers’ Ask Me Anything series. We answer listener questions on certifications, skills development, imposter syndrome, and preferences for fighting giant ducks or small horses (we did say you could ask anything).