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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 ?
 
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 ...
 
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What does privacy have to do with running a network? Is protecting the privacy of users, customers, and the organization one of the responsibilities of the networking team? If so, what kind of information has to be kept private and how? Should privacy efforts focus on compliance, or on risk reduction? How are those different? On today’s Heavy Netwo…
 
Learning Kubernetes isn't easy. In fact, there are so many places to start that people literally don’t know where to begin. Do they learn Kubernetes security? Networking? Infrastructure? Development? Michael Levan catches up with Kevin Evans and Robin Smorenburg to talk about their journeys into Kubernetes, how each of them started, links to learni…
 
On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, we talk Data Processing Units (DPUs) with sponsor NVIDIA. The context is VMware’s Project Monterey. Wes Kennedy, TME for BlueField at NVIDIA, is here to discuss how NVIDIA is partnering with VMware to enable offloads of applications such as NSX and VSAN. The post Tech Bytes: NVIDIA BlueField And Project Monterey (Spon…
 
Today's Full Stack Journey podcast explores the barriers to network automation that individuals and organizations face. We also discuss how network engineers can overcome the inertia of just getting started, skills development tips, and more. Our guests are Matt Oswalt and Christian Adell. The post Full Stack Journey 069: Network Automation Challen…
 
This week's Network Break podcast covers tech news including IP Infusion's 6.0 release of its OcNOS network OS, the intersection of politics and supply chains, Cisco's breach by the Lapsus group, Starlink getting rejected by the FCC for subsidies, and more. The post Network Break 394: New IP Infusion NOS, Cisco Breached, WLAN Gear Backlogged To 202…
 
In this episode, Ed and Tom talk with Nick Buraglio about ongoing efforts within the IETF to improve ULA. Nick is co-author of the IETF draft "Unintended Operational Issues With ULA" and recently presented at IETF 114 in Philadelphia. The post IPv6 Buzz 107: IPv6 Unique Local Addresses (ULA) At IETF 114 appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
What does privacy have to do with running a network? Is protecting the privacy of users, customers, and the organization one of the responsibilities of the networking team? If so, what kind of information has to be kept private and how? Should privacy efforts focus on compliance, or on risk reduction? How are those different? On today’s Heavy Netwo…
 
What does privacy have to do with running a network? Is protecting the privacy of users, customers, and the organization one of the responsibilities of the networking team? If so, what kind of information has to be kept private and how? Should privacy efforts focus on compliance, or on risk reduction? How are those different? On today’s Heavy Netwo…
 
What does privacy have to do with running a network? Is protecting the privacy of users, customers, and the organization one of the responsibilities of the networking team? If so, what kind of information has to be kept private and how? Should privacy efforts focus on compliance, or on risk reduction? How are those different? On today’s Heavy Netwo…
 
What does privacy have to do with running a network? Is protecting the privacy of users, customers, and the organization one of the responsibilities of the networking team? If so, what kind of information has to be kept private and how? Should privacy efforts focus on compliance, or on risk reduction? How are those different? On today’s Heavy Netwo…
 
Learning Kubernetes isn't easy. In fact, there are so many places to start that people literally don’t know where to begin. Do they learn Kubernetes security? Networking? Infrastructure? Development? Michael Levan catches up with Kevin Evans and Robin Smorenburg to talk about their journeys into Kubernetes, how each of them started, links to learni…
 
Learning Kubernetes isn't easy. In fact, there are so many places to start that people literally don’t know where to begin. Do they learn Kubernetes security? Networking? Infrastructure? Development? Michael Levan catches up with Kevin Evans and Robin Smorenburg to talk about their journeys into Kubernetes, how each of them started, links to learni…
 
Learning Kubernetes isn't easy. In fact, there are so many places to start that people literally don’t know where to begin. Do they learn Kubernetes security? Networking? Infrastructure? Development? Michael Levan catches up with Kevin Evans and Robin Smorenburg to talk about their journeys into Kubernetes, how each of them started, links to learni…
 
DevOps originated as a cultural movement to try and get developers and infrastructure operators to better work together to support applications in production. According to our guest Lee Briggs, that movement has failed. We discuss this premise on today's Day Two Cloud podcast. The post Day Two Cloud 159: DevOps Is A Failure appeared first on Packet…
 
DevOps originated as a cultural movement to try and get developers and infrastructure operators to better work together to support applications in production. According to our guest Lee Briggs, that movement has failed. We discuss this premise on today's Day Two Cloud podcast. The post Day Two Cloud 159: DevOps Is A Failure appeared first on Packet…
 
DevOps originated as a cultural movement to try and get developers and infrastructure operators to better work together to support applications in production. According to our guest Lee Briggs, that movement has failed. We discuss this premise on today's Day Two Cloud podcast. The post Day Two Cloud 159: DevOps Is A Failure appeared first on Packet…
 
DevOps originated as a cultural movement to try and get developers and infrastructure operators to better work together to support applications in production. According to our guest Lee Briggs, that movement has failed. We discuss this premise on today's Day Two Cloud podcast. The post Day Two Cloud 159: DevOps Is A Failure appeared first on Packet…
 
DevOps originated as a cultural movement to try and get developers and infrastructure operators to better work together to support applications in production. According to our guest Lee Briggs, that movement has failed. We discuss this premise on today's Day Two Cloud podcast. The post Day Two Cloud 159: DevOps Is A Failure appeared first on Packet…
 
On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, we talk Data Processing Units (DPUs) with sponsor NVIDIA. The context is VMware’s Project Monterey. Wes Kennedy, TME for BlueField at NVIDIA, is here to discuss how NVIDIA is partnering with VMware to enable offloads of applications such as NSX and VSAN. The post Tech Bytes: NVIDIA BlueField And Project Monterey (Spon…
 
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