show episodes
 
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!
 
The Tech Fugitives, Kyle Scarmardo and Mark Tierney, leverage their 55+ years of technology experience, vast humor and whit to simplify tech news into funny and informative bits to help you stay up to speed! We cover relevant topics and provide insight into how it can affect Enterprise IT and more. We also enjoy impersonating tech moguls such as Elon Musk, Jeff Bezzos, and of course our favorite critic The Spirit of Steve Jobs! We simplify the most complex content into simple entertaining ne ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
This Heavy Networking episode focuses on building a data center fabric. Pluribus Networks is our sponsor. Pluribus brought along a customer to talk about their active/active DC deployment. We’ll get into stretching layer 2 safely, Pluribus's L3 capabilities, operational concerns of active/active when the DCs are many hundreds of miles apart, and th…
 
In the latest episode of IPv6 Buzz, we tackle the first listener questions of the year (well, really left over from the end of 2021 but still good ones!). Those questions cover topics including Unique Local Addressing (ULA) and SD-WAN, NAT66, IPv6 prefix delegation, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 092: Listener Questions – NAT66, Stable IPv6 Prefix De…
 
Optimizing cloud costs means more than looking at your bill and hunting down unused instances. It's about understanding the full lifecycle of cloud workloads, dealing with management that wants predictable spending even as your actual usage varies, and setting up repeatable processes. Guests Fred Chagnon and Jeremy Roberts, both at Info-Tech Resear…
 
Heavy Networking explores big ideas around service provider and cloud provider network services in 2022, both how they collide and are complementary. Our sponsor is Juniper Networks. We also get an update on Juniper’s Contrail product, a software-defined networking platform that now includes native integration with Kubernetes. The post Heavy Networ…
 
Today on the Tech Byte podcast we discuss redefining networks and policy in today’s hybrid world–that is, a network that needs to be available anywhere, anytime, anyhow, and any way. Aruba is our sponsor and we’re joined by James Robertson, CTO Advisor and Technology Strategist in the Office of the CTO. The post Tech Bytes: Embracing Policy-Driven …
 
Today on the Tech Byte podcast we discuss redefining networks and policy in today’s hybrid world–that is, a network that needs to be available anywhere, anytime, anyhow, and any way. Aruba is our sponsor and we’re joined by James Robertson, CTO Advisor and Technology Strategist in the Office of the CTO. The post Tech Bytes: Embracing Policy-Driven …
 
Take a Network Break! This week we examine Oracle's purchase of network assurance vendor Federos, discuss why Cisco has added a service mesh manager to its Intersight Kubernetes service, explore why some users are frustrated with a crypto-miner in NortonLifelock's anti-virus software, and cover more tech news. The post Network Break 364: Oracle Acq…
 
As we approach the end of 2021, it's informative to look back at how much change has gone on in the industry. One of the biggest transitions we've seen in enterprise networking has taken place in the data center. Software-defined approaches that emerged over the past decade have matured and are being deployed in production. On today's Heavy Network…
 
In this episode we discuss presentations at the recent UK IPv6 Council meeting. More importantly, we say thanks to you, our listeners, for keeping IPv6 Buzz in your IT podcast playlist this tumultuous year---as well as for all the great listener questions and feedback. We'll see you again in 0x7e6 (2022, that is) for even more adventures in the 128…
 
Today is a deeply technical episode on DevOps, Azure, Docker, Terraform, and more. Our guest is Kyler Middleton, Principal DevOps Network Architect. Kyler is also a Pluralsight author and blogger. The post Day Two Cloud 128: DevOps’ing All The Things appeared first on Packet Pushers.By Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
eBPF has taken the Linux networking world by storm. But what is it, exactly? And how it is related to the open-source Cilium project? Duffie Cooley joins Scott Lowe on the Full Stack Journey podcast to discuss eBPF and Cilium. If you're into Linux, networking, or Kubernetes---or any combination of these---this episode is for you! The post Full Stac…
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, we discuss a new ChatOps feature in Palo Alto’s Prisma SD-WAN. Engineers and administrators can query the SD-WAN controller from a chat app such as Microsoft Teams and get a meaningful response. Sutapa Bansal, Director of Product Management at Palo Alto Networks, joins us to discuss …
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, we discuss a new ChatOps feature in Palo Alto’s Prisma SD-WAN. Engineers and administrators can query the SD-WAN controller from a chat app such as Microsoft Teams and get a meaningful response. Sutapa Bansal, Director of Product Management at Palo Alto Networks, joins us to discuss …
 
This week's Network Break asks whether Broadcom's acquisition of AppNeta, which offers SaaS-based digital experience monitoring, is a good fit. We look at new features in the SONiC network OS, dive into a new firewall service available from Cloudflare, and more IT news. The post Network Break 363: Broadcom Buys AppNeta For Experience Monitoring; Cl…
 
On today's Heavy Networking we discuss a Nautobot, an open-source software tool that can serve as a source of truth for network automation. We explore how Nautobot works, what it's used for, how it ties in with Python and Ansible, major features, and more. The post Heavy Networking 610: Network Automation With Nautobot appeared first on Packet Push…
 
There are a lot of good things you can do with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) for automation, repeatability, and ease of operations and development. But there are also code and infrastructure pitfalls where you can tumble into a hole, break your leg, and get eaten by spiders. OK, maybe not that bad, but on today's episode we talk about potential IaC …
 
Today's Tech Bytes podcast is a security conversation--specifically security fabrics or ‘security mesh’ architectures: an integrated set of products that work together to help you manage risk in the network, on endpoints, and to do things like improve detection and response. Fortinet is our sponsor. The post Tech Bytes: The Security Fabric Advantag…
 
Today's Tech Bytes podcast is a security conversation--specifically security fabrics or ‘security mesh’ architectures: an integrated set of products that work together to help you manage risk in the network, on endpoints, and to do things like improve detection and response. Fortinet is our sponsor. The post Tech Bytes: The Security Fabric Advantag…
 
Today's Network Break covers two AWS announcements including a private 5G offering and new networking service, discusses why the FTC is against Nvidia acquiring Arm Holdings, examines a new security feature in Aviatrix, and more tech news. The post Network Break 362: AWS Announces Private 5G Service; FTC Says No To Nvidia’s Arm Grab appeared first …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login