Best Openflow podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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OVS Orbit
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Interviews and topics of interest to Open vSwitch developers and users, published twice a month, hosted and produced by Ben Pfaff.
 
Short shows of ~15 minutes or less sharing news from the vendor world. We keep it tight and on point to avoid wasting your time.
 
Exploring Cybersecurity, Big Data, and the Technologies Shaping the Future Through an Academic Perspective!
 
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Failing Up
Weekly
 
This podcast dives into critical questions facing high-performing millennials and how they use confidence, fearlessness, inspiration, and positivity to improve themselves every day in order to achieve their full potential in life
 
Exploring Cybersecurity, Big Data, and the Technologies Shaping the Future Through an Academic Perspective!
 
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Aporeto is an identity-based security solution. Not only user identity, but also workload identity. That is, when using Aporeto, workloads can only talk to each other when their identity is authenticated by fingerprint and authorized by policy. Aporeto decouples the network infrastructure from security, adding a whole new dimension to microsegm ...…
 
How To Utilize Empathy To Live Each Day With Greater Perspective To Spread Love and Peace In The Midst Of Conflict and Refrain from Hate and Negativity
 
We dive into kindness, social media, the importance of a positive mental attitude to help you live everyday with resilience and love for yourself and others
 
This episode, recorded in April 2018, was the third in a series of internal VMware tech talks about Open vSwitch. This episode is particularly about OVSDB, the Open vSwitch Database, and particularly about OVSDB from the viewpoint of the client. It talks about the C client library, including how it represents data, the usual way to work with it ...…
 
Today's Tech Bytes, sponsored by Silver Peak, discusses how SD-WAN can give you more leverage over your MPLS providers and improve performance for users. Our guest is Bruce Jarrett, Infrastructure Team Lead and Network Architect at Gentherm. The post Tech Bytes: How Silver Peak’s SD-WAN Helped Gentherm Beat Global MPLS Hassles appeared first on ...…
 
On today's Tech Bytes, sponsored by HPE and Intel, we explore HPE's Composable Fabric. It combines top-of-rack switches and automation software to pool networking resources and help your data center scale. We also discuss how Composable Fabric integrates with Simplivity, HPE's hyperconverged platform. The post Tech Bytes: HPE’s Composable Fabri ...…
 
BlueCat Networks offers a free add-on product to their DDI (DNS, DHCP, IPAM) product called Gateway. Gateway is a platform customers can use to create their own custom APIs that make sense for their business. Put another way, Gateway provides a REST API endpoint for other applications within the business to talk to. That makes for some interest ...…
 
Complex cloud applications need decent visualizations to help infrastructure engineers understand what's going on. For cloud visibility, Kentik absorbs AWS & GCP flow logs, with Azure support coming. Kubernetes & Istio are also data providers to Kentik. Using the Kubernetes API, Kentik correlates pod IPs to pod names and cluster namespaces. Wit ...…
 
Barefoot Networks has announced the newest version of its Tofino programmable ASIC. Tofino 2 offers 12.8Tbps total throughput and promises greater efficiency thanks to its 7nm design. The post BiB 065: Barefoot Networks Announces A New 12.8Tbps Tofino ASIC appeared first on Packet Pushers.
 
In this Tech Bytes episode we talk with sponsor VIAVI about performance management and the essential role that end user experience metrics play in turning piles of data into actionable insights. The post Tech Bytes: How VIAVI Measures End User Experience To Improve Performance Management (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
There are 2 appliances Riverbed has announced, adding to the SteelConnect SD-WAN products they launched a couple of years ago. The first new appliance is the SteelHead SD. The second appliance is the SteelConnect SDI. Are these enough to make Riverbed a major SD-WAN player? The post BiB 064: Is Riverbed’s SD-WAN Product Too Late To Matter? appe ...…
 
Let’s examine the assertion from Silver Peak that they can replace WAN routers. Is an SD-WAN device able to be a drop-in replacement for a WAN router from Cisco or whomever? Probably, but it depends. The post BiB 063: Can An SD-WAN Device Replace A WAN Router? appeared first on Packet Pushers.
 
Illumio is a security company focused on preventing breaches from spreading through an organization using microsegmentation. In this briefing, Illumio discussed their Policy Compute Engine Supercluster. The PCE Supercluster is, as the name implies, a cluster of Policy Compute Engines that spans regions or even the globe. Illumio cited several s ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontier Christian dives into the state of affairs in the cryptocurrency battle for adopters and the ultimate future of blockchain. We discuss some of the origins of what made Bitcoin popular and misunderstood, while re-tracing how it enabled blockchain technology to gain stronger visibility in the eyes of technologists. From ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontier Christian dives into the state of affairs in the cryptocurrency battle for adopters and the ultimate future of blockchain. We discuss some of the origins of what made Bitcoin popular and misunderstood, while re-tracing how it enabled blockchain technology to gain stronger visibility in the eyes of technologists. From ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim discuss the computing industry without the bachelor’s degree (B.S.). We discuss the recently increasing trend of major tech companies doing away with degree requirements for top software engineering positions. We evaluate the pros and cons of university value propositions, co-ops/work studies, inte ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim discuss the computing industry without the bachelor’s degree (B.S.). We discuss the recently increasing trend of major tech companies doing away with degree requirements for top software engineering positions. We evaluate the pros and cons of university value propositions, co-ops/work studies, inte ...…
 
This week Christian is joined by Jim to talk about killing off password security on web and communication platforms, a.k.a. the era of the hardware authenticator! We dive deep into the release of the Yubikey 5, FIDO 2, and Webauthn standards and how these platforms and standards will usher in the next phase of improved cybersecurity for enterpr ...…
 
This week Christian is joined by Jim to talk about killing off password security on web and communication platforms, a.k.a. the era of the hardware authenticator! We dive deep into the release of the Yubikey 5, FIDO 2, and Webauthn standards and how these platforms and standards will usher in the next phase of improved cybersecurity for enterpr ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian is joined by Jim to discuss common AI applications influencing everyday life. We take a look at the latest learning technology in discerning fake news, facial recognition at airports, and driverless cars in the Uber and Lyft fleets. We weigh in on what empirical methods are available for validating these u ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian is joined by Jim to discuss common AI applications influencing everyday life. We take a look at the latest learning technology in discerning fake news, facial recognition at airports, and driverless cars in the Uber and Lyft fleets. We weigh in on what empirical methods are available for validating these u ...…
 
Qiuyu Xiao is a PhD student studying computer science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This episode is a talk that Qiuyu gave at VMware in May. It is based on the paper “Personalized Pseudonyms for Servers in the Cloud,” by Qiuyu Xiao, Michael K. Reiter, and Yinqian Zhangyinqian, originally published in 2017 at Proceedings on ...…
 
Ansis Atteka is a developer on the Open vSwitch team at VMware. This episode is a recording of a talk that Ansis gave at VMware in May. He covers techniques for debugging on Linux, in particular how to trace through processes using strace, trace-cmd, and other tools. You may want to follow along with Ansis's slides. You can contact Ansis at aat ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim get together to talk about the highlights from DEFCON 26. We dive deep into how voicemails and SMS-unlocks are being used to bypass two-factor authentication on common technology platforms -- and how simple attack surfaces are exploited to turn the old tech of voicemails into eye-candy for attacker ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim get together to talk about the highlights from DEFCON 26. We dive deep into how voicemails and SMS-unlocks are being used to bypass two-factor authentication on common technology platforms -- and how simple attack surfaces are exploited to turn the old tech of voicemails into eye-candy for attacker ...…
 
Matt Layher and Armando Migliaccio are engineers focusing on networking at DigitalOcean, a cloud service provider. In April, Justin Pettit and I sat down with them at DigitalOcean HQ in New York City. This episode is our discussion, which ranges from how DO first began using Open vSwitch, the DO approach to network control, to scale and perform ...…
 
Paul Chaignon is a grad student at Orange and Inria. In this episode, Paul talks about Oko: Extending Open vSwitch with Stateful Filters, a paper written with co-authors Kahina Lazri, Jérôme François, Thibault Delmas, and Olivier Festor. Paul presented this research at SOSR '18 in March 2018. The paper has the following abstract: With the Softw ...…
 
Ava is A 17 Year Old Host of the MentorZ podcast, a show dedicated for kids, by a kid, to bringing on fantastic guests to help guide the next generation (hence the 'z') towards success in all definitions of the word. The podcast has been absolutely blessed to have on such guests such as JT McCormick, Mike Smith, Tom Bilyeu, and Santiago Jaramil ...…
 
This Week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim jump back into the world of machine learning and AI -- a comprehensive conversation started on show 045 for those who missed it. We jump back in time to 1950 with the introduction of the Turing Test and walk us through its evolutions into modern AI and machine learning. We also discuss some of the ...…
 
This Week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim jump back into the world of machine learning and AI -- a comprehensive conversation started on show 045 for those who missed it. We jump back in time to 1950 with the introduction of the Turing Test and walk us through its evolutions into modern AI and machine learning. We also discuss some of the ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim explore the commercialization of artificial intelligence and machine learning. We explain the overlapping use of terms that the buzzword industry has created and separate fact from fiction. As ML and AI continue to drive businesses and the next frontier of technological innovation, we explore how t ...…
 
This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim explore the commercialization of artificial intelligence and machine learning. We explain the overlapping use of terms that the buzzword industry has created and separate fact from fiction. As ML and AI continue to drive businesses and the next frontier of technological innovation, we explore how t ...…
 
We’re back! This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim catch up on the avalanche of GDPR and separate fact from hype. We also take a dive into where we are with cryptocurrency security, weighing in on the recent Crypto Currency hack in South Korea and the overall maturity of the technology. We also relate the topics back to some of the big ...…
 
We’re back! This week on Cyber Frontiers Christian and Jim catch up on the avalanche of GDPR and separate fact from hype. We also take a dive into where we are with cryptocurrency security, weighing in on the recent Crypto Currency hack in South Korea and the overall maturity of the technology. We also relate the topics back to some of the big ...…
 
Creativity Facts 1. Consumption is Essential To Great Creativity 2. The Best Creators That Are Most Addicted To Feedback 3. Giving Authentic, Critical Feedback Is Essential Being a Good, Caring Friend4. When Creating A Product or Service, Find a Healthy Blend of Familiarity and Novelty 5. We Need to Shift Our Mind From Focusing On The Outcome t ...…
 
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Han Zhou is an architect working on highly scalable and reliable SDN solutions for eBay's cloud infrastructure. He is an active contributor in OpenStack and OVS/OVN. Before eBay, he has been working in networking area for more than 10 years in Cisco and Nokia. In OVN, the ovn-controller daemon runs on each hypervisor. It obtains logical flows f ...…
 
Leonid Ryzhyk is a senior researcher in the VMware Research Group. The main theme of his work is applying formal methods to build better operating systems and networks. Before joining VMware, Leonid received his PhD from University of New South Wales and NICTA. Leonid has also worked as a researcher at NICTA, as a postdoc at University of Toron ...…
 
Connect with Jonathan @ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanmaxim/ Or his Company @ www.KJGrowth.com
 
Alex Ellis founded and leads the OpenFaaS project, which is an open source implementation of a serverless framework. This episode is an interview with Alex. We talk about serverless functions and OpenFaaS, how OpenFaaS compares to other serverless frameworks, how networking works in OpenFaaS, open source communities, and other related topics. W ...…
 
This is the third in a series of Open vSwitch tech talks that we are starting to run internally at VMware every week or two. This episode is about flow translation, the process that OVS follows when a packet arrives in the software switch that does not match any already established entry in the OVS datapath cache (the megaflow cache). The trans ...…
 
Join Dylan and Sivana at https://www.ngsummit.com/ this June!
 
This is the second in a series of Open vSwitch tech talks that we are starting to run internally at VMware every week or two. This episode is particularly about OVSDB, the Open vSwitch Database. It starts out with material explaining why OVSDB exists at all, given that there is so much other work in databases and in network configuration. Then ...…
 
This is the first in a series of Open vSwitch tech talks that we are starting to run internally at VMware every week or two. This episode is particularly about read-copy-update, or RCU for short, which is a synchronization technique that allows reads to be very cheap (almost free), with some memory cost. This talk covers reasons why RCU can be ...…
 
This is a talk that I gave at an internal VMware event called "Open Source Day" in February. I prepared it as a kind of internal recognition of the ACM SOSR conference awarding Open vSwitch its Software Systems Award. It goes over a history of Open vSwitch and the motivation behind it, factors that led to its success, and some of the project's ...…
 
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Thoughts from Niagara Falls by Brandon LaBella
 
How we can shatter external gratification to improve our personal growth
 
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