The IPv6 Buzz podcast, a twice-monthly deep dive into the v6 protocol, is now available in its own channel on Packet Pushers.
Here’s the 5 most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts for October. Topics include network automation, the blockchain, and migrating to cloud-based email.
Here’s the 5 most downloaded podcasts in the Packet Pushers network for September 2017.
My personal experience at VMworld is described here. In this post I just want to summarize my discoveries of the event. It seems that one of common pinpoint that vendors see is “feature requests”. Almost every vendor faces the problem that they need to fill up all possible checkboxes to be considered during purchasing process…
Here’s highlights on audience demographics and listening habits from the Packet Pushers’ 2017 Audience Survey.
The Packet Pushers annual audience survey is posted. If you can spare some time, we’d really appreciate your feedback.
Packet Pushers is changing RSS providers today. You probably don’t need to care, but just in case, here are a few details.
Here are the five most downloaded podcasts for the month of April in the year two thousand and seventeen. It’s an interesting mix of topics, including Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), object storage (I wouldn’t have predicted a storage topic to crack the top 5), a sponsored security show, and an earnest debate about the value…
On May 15, 2017 at the Centrifuge Lounge in Las Vegas, we’ll be hanging out. Come meet us, tell us the things we get wrong, and get our opinions on SD-WAN.
Here’s the 5 most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts in March 2017. Topics include networking vs. programming, AWS gotchas, and a dive into the latest in wireless.
Here’s 5 most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts from February, including a Future of Networking episode w/ Bruce Davie & Datanauts conversation w/ Hashicorp’s Mitchell Hashimoto about infrastructure automation
Here’s the 5 most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts for January 2017. Topics include Wireshark, Docker networking, scale-out & more. If you missed them the first time around, here’s another bite.
Here’s the ten most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts from all of 2016.
The Packet Pushers are fueling up the private jet (we don’t have one of those) and detailing the limo (we don’t have one of those either) for a trip to VMworld in Las Vegas. Will you be there, too? Wonderful. There are four ways you can connect with us while we’re at the show.
We’re getting a few reports of trouble downloading shows. We just audited our RSS feeds and aggregator. We found a couple of issues we’re working on. The “Fat Pipe” feed is only displaying the Weekly Shows. We know the problem is with our RSS aggregator. No ETA to a fix yet. Their tech support is…
Please take the Packet Pushers audience survey. The results will help us improve our content & provide some useful info to share with sponsors.
Deep inside the virtual ideas lab at Packet Pushers, we’ve been debating the merits of organizing a two-day Packet Pushers conference. We love live events because there’s no better way to strengthen a community and share ideas. And because at a live event there’s no fast-forward button–we can lock the conference doors so that you…
Packet Pushers podcasts are now available on Google Play Music. You’ll need to sign in with a Google account to listen.
The Packet Pushers head to Aruba Atmosphere 2016 to talk wireless, networking, IoT, mobility, and more. We’re interviewing Aruba executives and experts for a podcast series to be published after the conference.
If you have an interesting network project you’re willing to talk about on the Packet Pushers Weekly show, please e-mail [email protected] Describe the project, and I’ll see if we can create a “design & build” show around it.
Next week, the Packet Pushers will be recording a podcast live in front of a crowd in NYC. We’ll be talking SD-WAN deployment with Viptela customers who have been actively rolling out the solution. With this show, we want to move from “what is SD-WAN?” to “how is SD-WAN working for you?” Sign up to attend this event here:
The Packet Pushers will be at the Open Networking User Group fall gathering at the New York University Kimmel Center in Manhattan, November 4 & 5, 2015. We’ll be attending most of the open sessions, chatting with real people, and doing some live blogging. If you haven’t registered for ONUG yet, you can get 25% off using code Packet25.
New to networking? Or maybe just new to Packet Pushers? Want to know which shows will help you build a foundation? Here you go. These shows cover major networking concepts, take on emerging technologies, and provide context for what we might talk about in other shows.
The SD-WAN vendor scrum grows; an increasing number of companies are contending for a place in your WAN traffic patterns. Here’s a list of the companies (some of whom are Packet Pushers sponsors) I’ve heard present about their SD-WAN products, sorted alphabetically.
We wrote this introductory guide to help those considering Packet Pushers community podcasting understand what is required. This is not a detailed list of everything you will need to know. Rather, this guide shares enough information to get you started. You’ll still have to do a bit of Googling, research, and decision making of your own. We hope this helps. Happy podcasting!