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What happens after you go cloud and the reality sinks in For some, the cloud is rainbows, puppies and happy promises. You’ve whiteboarded a vision, forecasted the benefits and made promises to the business. Now the real work begins. Is the design a reality ? How do you handle failure ? Can you cope with shifting demands, changing requirements, and security concerns all running on the unknown ?
 
If you're an IT professional with a special interest in networking, this is your podcast. The Priority Queue goes even more deeply into data networking than the Packet Pushers Weekly Show. On the Priority Queue, we talk to the subject matter experts who make and use networking technology. Routers, firewalls, emerging protocols, academic research, software defined, and more. Published often but irregularly.
 
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Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) transforms routers, load balancers, firewalls and other network devices into virtual instances that can be service-chained, spun up and down as needed, and are cloud-friendly. But if you're a hardware hugger or have been been burned by virtualization in the past, should you avoid NFV? Today's Heavy Networking …
 
On today's sponsored Tech Bytes podcast we discuss VMware's vRealize True Visibility Suite (TVS), an add-on that helps you understand transactions from the physical layer all the way through to the application layer. Our guest is Apolak Borthakur, VP/GM at VMware. The post Tech Bytes: VMware’s vRealize True Visibility Suite Illuminates Dark Corners…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud episode is part one of a two-part show on abstractions. Hosts Ned Bellavance and Ethan Banks riff on the idea that "Abstractions are there to save you typing, not to save you thinking." The upshot? Abstractions don't eliminate issues, they just move them someplace else. And that has repercussions for design, development, infra…
 
Serverless is all the rage these days, but what exactly is it? What does that term mean and what should the technology be used for? Is it the same as Functions-as-a-Service (FaaS)? Consultant Alex Ellis weighs in on these and other questions in today's Full Stack Journey podcast. The post Full Stack Journey 050: What, Exactly, Is Serverless? appear…
 
This week's Network Break opines on the breach of Ubiquiti customer data via a third-party cloud service, Pat Gelsinger's appointment to the CEO role at Intel, and the NSA offers advice for enterprises on deploying DNS over HTTPS (DoH). We also cover how a chip shortage is stalling auto production and more tech news. The post Network Break 316: New…
 
NetBeez provides network monitoring for the WAN, Wi-Fi, remote workers, and the cloud. On today's sponsored Tech Bytes, we discuss how NetBeez customer AmWINS Group uses NetBeez sensors in conjunction with a Cisco IWAN deployment to better understand the end user experience. Our guests are NetBeez cofounder Panos Vouzis; and Brad Addington, Network…
 
Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) is the topic on today's Heavy Networking. IT folks tend to view user experience from their own particular area of responsibility--networking, security, app development--but the reality is there's a common set of data that IT should consume and understand. Sponsor Catchpoint joins us to discuss its DEM platform an…
 
Today's IPv6 Buzz episode examines the state of IPv6 in the public cloud, including capabilities and limitations with current v6 support in AWS and Azure, ongoing customer demand for v4, and more. Our guest is Ivan Pepelnjak. The post IPv6 Buzz 067: IPv6 In The Cloud With Ivan PepeInjak appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Is multi-cloud real? Some say no, but others know the reality of multi-cloud because they are living it every day. One such human is William Collins, and he joins us to talk through some actual multi-cloud use cases. The post Day Two Cloud 080: Multi-Cloud Isn’t A Myth – We Have Proof appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
This week's Network Break discusses the jaw-dropping $3.5 billion purchase of Pluralsight; welcomes a new network OS to life, the universe, and everything; debates whether ICANN was cautious or tardy in implementing DNSSEC for gTLD name servers, catches up on the SolarWinds hack, and more tech conversation. The post Network Break 315: Pluralsight S…
 
This Tech Bytes podcast explores how SimonMed, a medical imaging company, turned to an SD-WAN deployment from Silver Peak to reduce image delivery time from minutes to seconds, improve performance of VoIP, and begin a migration from expensive MPLS circuits. The post Tech Bytes: SD-WAN Helps Medical Imaging Company Get The Picture Faster (Sponsored)…
 
GNS3 is a tool for building virtual networks for labbing. Heavy Networking welcomes GNS3 co-founder and developer Jeremy Grossman and networking instructor David Bombal. We cover the state of GNS3 in 2021, including what GNS3 can do that maybe you didn’t know, and what’s on the roadmap. The post Heavy Networking 556: The State Of GNS3 For Network L…
 
Today's episode is the last Heavy Networking of 2020. In the spirit of an end-of-year reflection, we're going to talk about network design trends from this year, some of which were driven, or at least accelerated, by the pandemic hellscape that was 2020. Our guest is Zig Zsiga, a network designer, architect, CCDE, and instructor. The post Heavy Net…
 
Today's Tech Bytes is a customer story with sponsor Riverbed. It’s a tale of latency and its impact on network performance when moving applications to cloud. Our guests from Riverbed are Aly Walowski, whose title is roughly “Cloud Goddess” at Riverbed; and Jack Sweeney, Major Account Manager. The post Tech Bytes: Accelerating Cloud Applications Wit…
 
There's a lot of hype and fanfare around Kubernetes, but on today's Day Two Cloud episode we'll cut through the hype with a guest who has enterprise experience with Kubernetes and containers--including the pain and problems. Those pains revolve around complexity, the ignorance of the Kubernetes platform, and the disconnect between the designers of …
 
Have you developed a backup/restore strategy for your Kubernetes clusters? In this Full Stack Journey episode, we discuss why Kubernetes operators should be planning for backup/restore functionality, and debunk some myths that say you don't need it in Kubernetes. We also dive into the open-source Velero project, a tool for backup/restore and data p…
 
On today's Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Zscaler, we explore securing a distributed workforce for 2021 and further, the role of Zero Trust Access, how Zscaler secures access to applications rather than networks, and more. Our guest is Pam Kubiatowski, Sr. Director of Transformation Strategy at Zscaler. The post Tech Bytes: Securing Remote Work F…
 
Today's Network Break analyzes Juniper's acquisition of Intent-Based Networking startup Apstra, HPE's Aruba targets the data center with new switches and fabric software, and the US FTC sues Facebook for violating anti-trust laws. We also cover new products from Arista, Aryaka, and Gluware, a trio of Cisco acquisitions, and more tech news. The post…
 
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