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The Packet Pushers Podcast Network offers continuous professional development for IT professionals. Keep up with networking, security, cloud, career, and more. We bring the IT community together--engineers, architects, vendors, developers, educators, etc. In this feed, listen to every conversation we record!
 
PING is a podcast for people who want to look behind the scenes into the workings of the Internet. Each fortnight we will chat with people who have built and are improving the health of the Internet. The views expressed by the featured speakers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of APNIC.
 
CoinGeek Conversations is a weekly podcast update on the thriving BitcoinSV ecosystem - for beginners as well as those already deeply immersed in it. CoinGeek's Charles Miller meets entrepreneurs, technologists and businesspeople to ask about their work and their visions for the future. You don't need to be an expert in computer science or business studies. But you do need an appetite to learn about the most exciting new technology of our time.
 
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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 ?
 
Hello, world. What is this MODEM podcast all about? Well, we saw a gap emerging in the technical podcast space. That gap was a deeply technical podcast, focused on the protocols, the details, the how-to-demistify-complex things, the unbiased, un-cola of networking that needed to be filled. We’re not interested in the marketing, or the fluff - we want to deconstruct the new shiny things and break them down into comsumable parts. Maybe also some witty banter.
 
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In this episode of IPv6 Buzz Ed, Scott, and Tom celebrate 100 episodes of this podcast with two special guests: the Packet Pushers' very own Ethan Banks and Greg Ferro. The post IPv6 Buzz 100: Celebrating 100 Episodes Of IPv6 Buzz! appeared first on Packet Pushers.By Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
Today's Day Two Cloud explores the vastness of IPv6 and public cloud. IPv6 provides so much address space that you can use an address once for one connection and never use it again, and it isn't wasteful. The abundance of IPv6 may influence how you approach cloud applications and networks. The post Day Two Cloud 144: The State Of IPv6 In Public Clo…
 
IPv6 at the BSV Global Blockchain Convention There’s been much focus on the IPv6 or the Internet Protocol version 6, an upgrade on the current IPv4. Compared to the latter, IPv6 is known to increase security and privacy functionality on the internet. It’s no surprise that IPv6 will be an expected buzz word in the upcoming BSV Global Blockchain Conv…
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we’re talking WAN architectures and how to simplify and secure them with sponsor Cloudflare. Cloudflare's Magic WAN is a network-as-a-service offering. Customers can connect data centers, branches, and users to Cloudflare's private network; add security services; and integrate with third-party SD-WANs. The post Tech …
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we’re talking WAN architectures and how to simplify and secure them with sponsor Cloudflare. Cloudflare's Magic WAN is a network-as-a-service offering. Customers can connect data centers, branches, and users to Cloudflare's private network; add security services; and integrate with third-party SD-WANs. The post Tech …
 
This week's Network Break podcast discuss Intel's roadmap for its Infrastructure Processing Units (IPUs). We get more insight into Nokia's deal to provide hardware for Azure, and examine why Juniper has extended its Contrail SDN platform to Kubernetes (hint: because of the cloud). Plus Cisco releases new Wi-Fi capabilities. The post Network Break 3…
 
This week's Network Break podcast discuss Intel's roadmap for its Infrastructure Processing Units (IPUs). We get more insight into Nokia's deal to provide hardware for Azure, and examine why Juniper has extended its Contrail SDN platform to Kubernetes (hint: because of the cloud). Plus Cisco releases new Wi-Fi capabilities. The post Network Break 3…
 
Today's Heavy Networking podcast explores two new offerings from sponsor Palo Alto Networks. First is Okyo Garde, a home wireless mesh appliance to connect and secure remote workers while reducing the management burden from IT. We also discuss a new licensing program to make provisioning bandwidth for branch and remote offices for Prisma SD-WAN sim…
 
Today's Heavy Networking podcast explores two new offerings from sponsor Palo Alto Networks. First is Okyo Garde, a home wireless mesh appliance to connect and secure remote workers while reducing the management burden from IT. We also discuss a new licensing program to make provisioning bandwidth for branch and remote offices for Prisma SD-WAN sim…
 
In our fourteenth episode, we're taking a closer look at Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) in Australia and New Zealand with Terry Sweetser. Terry recently worked on an Internet Society project to measure RPKI adoption in Australia and New Zealand among its government services and critical infrastructure. We've invited him on to discuss the…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud digs into an Infrastructure as Code (IaC) platform called Pulumi. Pulumi can be used to build, deploy, and manage cloud applications using familiar languages such as .Net and Java, as well as well-known tools and practices. The post Day Two Cloud 146: Deploying And Managing Cloud Infrastructure With Pulumi appeared first on Pa…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud digs into an Infrastructure as Code (IaC) platform called Pulumi. Pulumi can be used to build, deploy, and manage cloud applications using familiar languages such as .Net and Java, as well as well-known tools and practices. The post Day Two Cloud 146: Deploying And Managing Cloud Infrastructure With Pulumi appeared first on Pa…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud digs into an Infrastructure as Code (IaC) platform called Pulumi. Pulumi can be used to build, deploy, and manage cloud applications using familiar languages such as .Net and Java, as well as well-known tools and practices. The post Day Two Cloud 146: Deploying And Managing Cloud Infrastructure With Pulumi appeared first on Pa…
 
The upcoming BSV Global Blockchain Convention, which will take place in Dubai from May 24 – May 26, will be an important event for anyone with a “sense of history,” says Calvin Ayre, founder of Ayre Ventures and CoinGeek. While attendees of the Convention might be dressed in suits rather than flares and sunglasses, the comparison to Woodstock; the …
 
How can backups protect you from ransomware? Richard chats with Karinne Bessette about how backup technology has responded to the need for ransomware protection. Whether it's intelligent backup tape systems that automatically pop out tapes so they won't overwrite or other air-gap strategies for backups, you need to have a backup you can rely on to …
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we dive into sponsor Nokia's Digital Sandbox, which creates a real-time model of a data center network by extracting state and configuration from leaf and spine switches. Network engineers can use this model to test and validate changes. We discuss how the sandbox works and how it ties into Nokia's approach to intent…
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we dive into sponsor Nokia's Digital Sandbox, which creates a real-time model of a data center network by extracting state and configuration from leaf and spine switches. Network engineers can use this model to test and validate changes. We discuss how the sandbox works and how it ties into Nokia's approach to intent…
 
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