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2.5 Admins is a podcast featuring two sysadmins called Allan Jude and Jim Salter, and a producer/editor who can just about configure a Samba share called Joe Ressington. Every two weeks we get together, talk about recent tech news, and answer some of your admin-related questions.
 
Iron Sysadmin is a podcast about being a sysadmin, with a healthy dose of paranoia. We talk about IT news, and have a tendancy toward information security, as it applies to Operations. Our hosts have decades of experience in the field, from desktop support, networking, architecture, network engineering, windows, linux, and even some industrial automation.
 
Network Collective is a community-focused network engineering podcast. Our episodes bring knowledge and insights of industry experts, pioneers, and peers to wherever you are. Topics range from protocol deep-dives to career management, but through a lens of what is relevant and valuable today. We get engineering because we are engineers. You can find all of our content at our website: https://networkcollective.com
 
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 internet runs the world, and we talk with the brilliant people behind the scenes who make it happen. Through conversations with software vendors, developers, entrepreneurs, and activists, we’ll dive into the web apps they run and how they’ve enriched people’s lives. Discover something new to power up your next world-changing project, building your confidence to deploy on Fridays. Hosted by Platform.sh: the end-to-end web platform for teams. PS: We deploy on Fridays! Join the discussion b ...
 
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 105 Main Topic Josh with papercut Who is Josh? Josh’s blog about AR and VR and the future: https://www.papercut.com/blog/vr-and-ar-the-paperless-office-of-the-future/ Tell us about PaperCut, who is PaperCut? What does PaperCut sell? And the Papercut application What is it? Why would I run it? What platforms does it run on? Does p…
 
Mario Loria, Senior Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) from CartaX, an electronic marketplace for private securities recently spoke with Daniel Bryant, Director of DevRel at Ambassador Labs. In a wide-ranging discussion they covered ground from the changing developer experience to the ideal role of SREs in a modern, cloud-native environment.Full trans…
 
There's a huge amount that goes into building an ISP, from getting access to poles to run fiber, operating a cable plant, setting up customer support and billing, getting network gear in place---not to mention developing a viable business model and funding the whole thing. On today's Heavy Networking podcast we talk with Jim Troutman of Tilson Tech…
 
There's a huge amount that goes into building an ISP, from getting access to poles to run fiber, operating a cable plant, setting up customer support and billing, getting network gear in place---not to mention developing a viable business model and funding the whole thing. On today's Heavy Networking podcast we talk with Jim Troutman of Tilson Tech…
 
Jim’s hands-on with the modular and upgradeable Framework laptop, the details of the latest Muse Group’s latest controversy, and when backing up to a Pi in your friend’s basement sometimes makes sense. Plugs Managing Boot Environments Support us on patreon News Framework Laptop Audacity’s new owner is in another fight with the open source community…
 
Today on the Day Two Cloud podcast, Ethan and Ned discuss two new AWS courses from Ned, and then tell stories about the time they took management jobs they shouldn't have. They share lessons learned about transitioning from technical to managerial roles and why it was the wrong move for them. The post Day Two Cloud 107: Making The Management Mistak…
 
Has Microsoft figured out a way to invalidate the GPL? We're skeptical. Plus, the Gnome project says the traditional desktop is dead, and extensions are niche. Do we agree? Sponsored By: A Cloud Guru: A Cloud Guru now includes Cloud Playground. Azure, AWS, or GCP Sandboxes at your fingertips. Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new ac…
 
What's the latest with network automation? Where is the industry getting things right, and where is there more work to be done? How is public cloud influencing network automation? Scott Lowe welcomes Ethan Banks to the Full Stack Journey podcast for an update on the state of automation in networking. The post Full Stack Journey 056: Network Automat…
 
On today's sponsored Tech Bytes episode, we talk with AppNeta about instrumenting application performance to support on-prem and remote employees in today's hybrid work environment. Our AppNeta guests are Sean Armstrong, VP of Products; and Alec Pinkham Director of Product Marketing. The post Tech Bytes: Instrumenting For Hybrid Work With AppNeta (…
 
Today's Network Break podcast delves into security issues at SolarWinds and SonicWall, discusses a new network offload capability between NVIDIA and Palo Alto Networks, comments on Japanese bureaucrats who refuse to give up their fax machines, and more tech news. The post Network Break 342: SolarWinds Back In Security Hot Seat; In Defense Of The Fa…
 
Today's Heavy Networking examines how some of the unpleasant bits of cloud networking can be improved, particularly in the areas of troubleshooting, visibility, security, and automation. Our sponsor is Aviatrix, and they’ve sent us three architects to nerd out about cloud network design and how Aviatrix might fit into the picture. Our guests are Br…
 
Today's Heavy Networking examines how some of the unpleasant bits of cloud networking can be improved, particularly in the areas of troubleshooting, visibility, security, and automation. Our sponsor is Aviatrix, and they’ve sent us three architects to nerd out about cloud network design and how Aviatrix might fit into the picture. Our guests are Br…
 
GreyBeards had an amazing discussion with Peter Thompson (@Lucid_Link), CEO & co-founder and George Dochev (@GDochev), CTO & co-founder of LucidLink. Both Peter and George were very knowledgeable and easy to talk with. LucidLink’s Cloud NAS creates a NAS storage system out of cloud (any S3 compatible AND Azure Blob) object storage. LucidLink is mad…
 
The current and future states of system performance across the whole stack, and backing up to tapes. Plus your feedback about clustered filesystems, a ZFS success story, and IPv6 devices. News/Discussion Computing Performance: On the Horizon Free Consulting We were asked about backing up to magnetic tape. Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure w…
 
In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we'll discuss how to get your motivation back if your desire to earn a certification fades away over time. While everyone is different, I'll share my experience of losing my motivation, quitting, and then getting that motivation back for my Voice CCIE studies. Happy listening!…
 
On today's IPv6 Buzz, Ed and Scott talk about IPv6 in the management plane with network engineers Nick Buraglio and Chris Cummings, including management challenges, dual-stack vs. IPv6 only, IPv6 prefix space for lab deployments, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 080: Working With IPv6 In The Management Plane appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
On today's IPv6 Buzz, Ed and Scott talk about IPv6 in the management plane with network engineers Nick Buraglio and Chris Cummings, including management challenges, dual-stack vs. IPv6 only, IPv6 prefix space for lab deployments, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 080: Working With IPv6 In The Management Plane appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
What five issues would be top of mind for IT architects ? Security, Backup.Recovery, Cloud, Skills Development and Distributed/Hybrid Work. Listen in on why and how these issues are our choices. If you have feedback or want us to followup then head over to our Follow Up page and send us your anonymous (or not) feedback. The post Heavy Strategy 008:…
 
On today's Day Two Cloud we discuss the notion of open cloud. The premise is about reducing or minimizing costs of migrating from a public cloud. In theory, open cloud lets organizations keep their options open to make changes and reduces lock-in. But is open cloud even feasible? Our guest is Chris Psaltis, co-founder and CEO of Mist.io, a startup …
 
It seems AI isn't replacing developers just yet, and why we think you shouldn’t get too comfortable. Plus the almost impossible story of how Mike defeated another laptop. Sponsored By: Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/coder A Cloud Guru: This course is a deep-dive course on Linux File Sharing. Th…
 
Subsea communications cables are an essential part of the global Internet. On today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by Telstra, we dive into the realms of undersea cables to learn how they are laid, signalling methods, POPs and landing stations, how they can be damaged (and repaired), and more. Our Telstra guests are Andy Lumsden, Head of Network Eng…
 
Subsea communications cables are an essential part of the global Internet. On today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by Telstra, we dive into the realms of undersea cables to learn how they are laid, signalling methods, POPs and landing stations, how they can be damaged (and repaired), and more. Our Telstra guests are Andy Lumsden, Head of Network Eng…
 
If IT thinks it can take the office network out of mothballs and expect everything to be fine when employees show up, think again. On today's Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Netskope, guest Hansang Bae shares a punch list of tasks IT should complete before end users get back to the office. The post Tech Bytes: An IT Punch List For Reopening The Of…
 
This week Network Break examines the fallout of the Kaseya breach, HPE's acquisitions of Zerto and Ampool to extend the value of its Greenlake platform, and Fortinet's purchase of a secure software development tool. We also discuss FTC accusations against Broadcom and what a court ruling could mean for Netflix and other content providers in South K…
 
Jeff and JT are joined this week by Michael Carter, aka BitsBeTrippin to talk about Cryptocurrency development. Carter is a long time Crypto enthusiast and has been producing crypto realted content for approaching a decade. Links https://www.bitsbetrippin.io https://www.youtube.com/c/BitsBeTrippin/videos Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sen…
 
Today on Heavy Networking, the icanhazip story. On the surface, icanhazip.com is simple enough: You hit the URL, and get back your external, public IP address. There are no ads, no blinky lights, just an IP. This free, simple utility has become widely popular, with billions of requests per day. We talk with creator Major Hayden about why and how he…
 
Today on Heavy Networking, the icanhazip story. On the surface, icanhazip.com is simple enough: You hit the URL, and get back your external, public IP address. There are no ads, no blinky lights, just an IP. This free, simple utility has become widely popular, with billions of requests per day. We talk with creator Major Hayden about why and how he…
 
In this episode, Phil and Brandon interview Kary Rogers, AKA PacketBomb, and discuss the need to drill down into packets when troubleshooting. The group shares a few stories from the trenches on how packets helped them solve issues and Kary explains how he got started looking at Packets for deeper information. Reference Links: https://community.riv…
 
Windows 11 has been announced but some key details are still unknown, why you shouldn’t connect consumer-grade network storage devices to the Internet, optimizing Windows guests on KVM hosts, and how to get started with Sanoid. Plugs History of FreeBSD: Net/1 and Net/2: Path to Freedom Support us on patreon News WD My Book NAS devices are being rem…
 
Fly.io is a public cloud that can run your applications all over the world. The goal of Fly.io is to allow developers to self-service complicated infrastructure without an ops team, while making multi-region a default setting to get apps as close to the user as possible. Our guest is founder Kurt Mackey. This is not a sponsored show. The post Day T…
 
Has Google already started its decline? Our surprising take. Plus the trouble with Co-Pilot, and a lot more. Sponsored By: A Cloud Guru: A Cloud Guru now includes Cloud Playground. Azure, AWS, or GCP Sandboxes at your fingertips. Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/coder Support Coder Radio Links: (…
 
This week's podcast asks how many Data Processing Units (DPUs) the market can support, discusses a startup that wants to manage your multi-vendor campus network from the cloud, explores new security capabilities in Forward Networks' network verification software, and more tech news. The post Network Break 340: Marvell Challenges NVIDIA With 5nm DPU…
 
Jeff and JT have a guest this week to talk about Jeff's favorite topic... Linspire. Chris Waid of Think Penguin comes on the show to talk about his experience at Linspire. Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sent using the fireside contact form at the bottom of the podcast page, or by emailing directly to jt [at] minddripmedia.com Our Telegram…
 
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