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Best Sysadmin podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Sysadmin podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Systems, Network, and Administration Podcast. Every two weeks TechSNAP covers the stories that impact those of us in the tech industry, and all of us that follow it. Every episode we dedicate a portion of the show to answer audience questions, discuss best practices, and solving your problems.
 
Software developers, platform engineers, and sysadmin/operators listen to the weekly Ambassador Labs podcasts in order to learn how to build cloud platforms and create an effective developer experience (DevEx) for deploying container-based applications to Kubernetes. We also discuss best practices for releasing functionality via continuous delivery pipelines, and we investigate the latest developer tooling, API gateway technology (e.g Envoy), and service mesh implementations. We interview pr ...
 
I'm setting out to meet interesting people doing awesome work in the world of DevOps. From the creators of your favorite tools to the organizers of amazing conferences, from the authors of great books to fantastic public speakers. I want to introduce you to the most interesting people I can find.
 
The Cyber Risk Management Podcast helps executives redefine cybersecurity from primarily a technology problem into a management opportunity. This podcast helps you learn how to manage cybersecurity in the same intelligent and thoughtful way you manage other areas of your business, including sales, order fulfillment, and accounts receivable. The Cyber Risk Management Podcast helps executives to become more proficient cyber risk managers. You will learn how to efficiently and effectively reduc ...
 
The USENIX Invited Talks Podcast brings you industry leaders covering the latest in security, system administration, systems research, and more need-to-know technology topics. USENIX, The Advanced Computing Systems Association, has been the premier forum for presenting groundbreaking technology information for over 30 years. Check out excerpts from the luminary-led invited talks programs of past USENIX Conferences.
 
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Welcome to Episode # Main Topic Contact Tracing with Greg https://www.dgregscott.com/contact-tracing-1984-or-a-great-tool-whats-it-gonna-be/ Announcements Patreon Update Andi J Mark Julius sogwtf Marc Charles LinuXsys666 Ryan gimpyb Jason Jon 22532 DeMentor Reviews Nothing new Chat “In these trying times….” - Marc is visiting Disneyworld - using VR…
 
In this episode I talk with Ken Youens-Clark about using Python for some basic scripting tasks. We directly compare writing a small program written in both Bash and Python to see the benefits of using Python. This is an “In The Lab” episode and an YouTube link to the video is listed below. Thanks to Manning Publications for sponsoring this episode!…
 
In this episode, I am going to discuss tuning iSCSI for maximum performance, and more. Host: Paul Joyner Email: paul@sysadmintoday.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sysadmintoday Twitter: https://twitter.com/SysadminToday Training: ITPRO.TV - https://go.itpro.tv/sat - For 30% off use code sat30 Show Sponsor Halp: Conversational Ticketing for O…
 
Michael Hausenblas, Product Developer Advocate in the AWS Container Service Team, discusses the concept of customer focus (both end-users and internal engineering users), explores how platforms have evolved around Kubernetes, and dives into the use of RBAC and Open Policy Agent (OPA) for cluster access control.Summary and show notes are available h…
 
We go behind the scenes on this week’s episode to talk to Megan Brewster, the person responsible for scheduling all our great guests on Technado. Megan also gave her thoughts on a strange odometer-based conspiracy theory in our new segment, Tin Foil Hat Time. In the news, the crew discussed faster SD cards, Microsoft’s new Windows Package Manager, …
 
We go behind the scenes on this week’s episode to talk to Megan Brewster, the person responsible for scheduling all our great guests on Technado. Megan also gave her thoughts on a strange odometer-based conspiracy theory in our new segment, Tin Foil Hat Time. In the news, the crew discussed faster SD cards, Microsoft’s new Windows Package Manager, …
 
This turned out to be a kind of freewheeling discussion between myself, our question-asker Patrick, and three guests. It circles around the idea of leading a team of technologists, and not only on how technology gets selected in an environment, but how those three lead their teams to the right learning to get the job done – and to support their tea…
 
Lots to cover in this week's Network Break podcast, including a consortium of telcos and Facebook laying new undersea cable in Africa, new features for service providers and enterprises in Cisco's ACI 5.0, why Intel bought Rivet Networks, software and Wi-Fi for contact tracing, AT&T getting called on misleading 5G advertising, and more. The post Ne…
 
On today’s Tech Bytes we talk with SolarWinds about how the company boosted VoIP performance, improved end user experience, sped up the transfer of massive files, and increased development productivity by deploying SD-WAN EdgeConnect appliances from Silver Peak. Silver Peak is our sponsor. The post Tech Bytes: SolarWinds Boosts VoIP Performance, De…
 
Welcome the latest WiFi Ninjas Podcast episode! We have recently had a pleasure to participate in a crazy 13h COVID-19 Fundraiser Wireless LAN Association live stream delivered by our great friends from the WiFi industry. The target was to raise a £1000 and we have collectively raised almost £3400 so far. Thank you all for donating and if you haven…
 
Perhaps the most arcane technology in networking is the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), which, despite its name, is one of the utmost confusing pieces of technology to actually use. Guests Michael W. Lucas and Allan Jude share tips and lessons on how to get the most you can out of this protocol. The post Heavy Networking 518: Learning To…
 
Perhaps the most arcane technology in networking is the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), which, despite its name, is one of the utmost confusing pieces of technology to actually use. Guests Michael W. Lucas and Allan Jude share tips and lessons on how to get the most you can out of this protocol. The post Heavy Networking 518: Learning To…
 
Dennis Hunter is an instructor at Cisco, Cyber Synergy Consulting Group, and Wake Technical Community College. He joined the Technado team this week to talk about his tech journey, give insight into Cisco’s Stealthwatch, and help breakdown the European breach that led to supercomputers mining cryptocurrency. In other news, the team discussed IBM’s …
 
Dennis Hunter is an instructor at Cisco, Cyber Synergy Consulting Group, and Wake Technical Community College. He joined the Technado team this week to talk about his tech journey, give insight into Cisco’s Stealthwatch, and help breakdown the European breach that led to supercomputers mining cryptocurrency. In other news, the team discussed IBM’s …
 
On today's Day Two Cloud we tackle the practical aspects of private cloud, including designing the infrastructure and creating policies before you start racking gear, and why thinking about services is critical. Our guest is Brett Johnson, a Senior Consultant at VMware. The post Day Two Cloud 049: The Gritty Details Of Designing And Running A Priva…
 
Kelsey Hightower, technologist at Google, shares his thought on cloud developer experience, modern Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and explores the reality that every organisation is testing in productionSummary and full transcript available at: www.getambassador.io/podcasts/kelsey-hightower-on-developer-experience-paas-and-testing-in-production…
 
David Klee is a SQL database expert, but he's also knowledgeable about virtualization, networking, and infrastructure. In today's Full Stack Journey podcast, host Scott Lowe talks with David about how and why IT specialists should be competent in other disciplines, how to decide which areas to branch out into, and how adjacent competencies enrich c…
 
Today's Network Break asks if enterprises want a supported SONiC network OS, Microsoft acquires Metaswitch Networks, VMware buys Kubernetes security platform Octarine, Cisco announces quarterly results, and more tech news. The post Network Break 284: Dell Technologies Announces SONiC Distro; Microsoft Acquires Metaswitch Networks appeared first on …
 
Extended show notes available at https://hthpc.com/ Boot-Up (Intro…random topics) • Minecraft in the Enterprise ○ Correction: Microsoft bought Mojang in 2014, not 2016/2017. • Johnny Gilbert and game shows • Searched "zoom jpeg mouth" on F***F***Go - Steve got inappropriate page results ○ The thing we were actually trying to find was Avatarify • Te…
 
Heavy Networking gets nerdy about disaggregation with sponsor DriveNets. The company's Network Cloud routing software runs on whitebox hardware and enables service providers and telcos to quickly scale capacity, control capital outlay, and support automation. Our guests are Amir Krayden, VP R&D Customers; and Yuval Moshe, VP of Products. The post H…
 
Heavy Networking gets nerdy about disaggregation with sponsor DriveNets. The company's Network Cloud routing software runs on whitebox hardware and enables service providers and telcos to quickly scale capacity, control capital outlay, and support automation. Our guests are Amir Krayden, VP R&D Customers; and Yuval Moshe, VP of Products. The post H…
 
Welcome to Episode 80 Main Topic Being social in social isolation. Private Gaming Servers Minecraft Ark & Atlas text/voice chat systems Discord matrix Video chat systems Other “social” games Jackbox Roll20 https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2019-07-08/how-to-be-a-professional-dungeons-dragons-master-hosting-games Announcements Patreon Update A…
 
The IPv6 Buzz crew examine how the recent increase in working from home have affected Internet traffic as a whole--and IPv6 in particular. Will recent developments push IPv6 closer to a "tipping point"? What is VPN breakout and how is it impacted by IPv6? They discuss these topics and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 051: How The Work-From-Home Movement Af…
 
PowerShell, I am your father. That’s right – Jeffrey Snover, the father of PowerShell was this week’s guest on Technado. We talked about where the original idea came from, as well as what he’s working on now at Microsoft. He also responded to some mean tweets from the haters. In the news, the team discussed the new Caddy Web server, an update to Go…
 
PowerShell, I am your father. That’s right – Jeffrey Snover, the father of PowerShell was this week’s guest on Technado. We talked about where the original idea came from, as well as what he’s working on now at Microsoft. He also responded to some mean tweets from the haters. In the news, the team discussed the new Caddy Web server, an update to Go…
 
If you're thinking about migrating applications from your data center to the cloud, prepare to do a lot of planning. Today's Day Two Cloud podcast delves into the gritty details with guest Sarah Lean, a Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. We discuss migration business drivers, what apps are better off staying on prem, tips to minimize migration pain, and …
 
Are you wondering if “Infrastructure from Code” is a good approach for your company? Surprisingly – yes! The benefits go far beyond mere automation. With that said, which toolset is best? How do you get started? How do you sell it to the business? All that and more answered in this episode. Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | Pocket Ca…
 
The Open Compute Project with Bill Carter Bill Carter, the CTO of the Open Compute Project joins us to discuss a new way of building a rack for a data center. The OCP uses a tool-less, modern, efficient design and best of all - the plans are open and available! -- The Extra Credit Section -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this…
 
Dana Lawson, VP of Engineering at GitHub, discusses the impact that Kubernetes has had on operations, how cloud has impacted the local development experience, and the benefits of constant learning.Key takeaways and show notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcats-living-on-the-edge-podcast-6-dana-lawson-on-dana-lawson-on-…
 
Megaport provides global cloud connectivity, data center interconnect, and Internet exchange peering. On today's sponsored Tech Bytes podcast, we talk about the services Megaport offers, and how the company can support your remote-work needs. Our guest is Misha Cetrone, Sr. Global Director, Cloud Solutions. The post Tech Bytes: Accelerating Cloud C…
 
Today's Network Break analyzes NVIDIA's purchase of Cumulus Networks, boggles at Innovium's announced 25.6Tbps ASIC, and parses why Arista will support the SONiC network OS on its switches. We also cover a new 5G lobbying organization, Zoom's Keybase acquisition, financial results, and more tech news. The post Network Break 283: NVIDIA Acquires Cum…
 
Welcome the latest WiFi Ninjas Podcast episode! Today we have a pleasure of discussing network sensors from 7Signal with Jim Vajda! 7Signal has two flavours of wireless sensors – hardware (Sapphire Eye) and software that can run on almost anything (Mobile Eye). We do a deep dive into what can be achieved, talk about use cases, benefits and how the …
 
On today's Heavy Networking podcast, guest Cory Steele visits the podcast to make the case that overlays such as LISP offer unique benefits for the network. Greg Ferro disagrees, and makes the case for protocols like QUIC, TLS, and IPSec, and argues for the concept of end-to-end connectivity as the IP network was intended. The post Heavy Networking…
 
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