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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 ?
 
If you're an IT professional with a special interest in networking, this is your podcast. The Priority Queue goes even more deeply into data networking than the Packet Pushers Weekly Show. On the Priority Queue, we talk to the subject matter experts who make and use networking technology. Routers, firewalls, emerging protocols, academic research, software defined, and more. Published often but irregularly.
 
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On today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by Fortinet, we dive into a variety of topics including a multiplicity of edges that require connectivity and security (WAN edge, LAN edge, cloud edge, remote edge, etc.), the convergence of infrastructure and security, the need for interoperability among security vendors, implementing Zero Trust Access (ZTA),…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed and Tom talk discuss the impact that service provider deployment of Carrier Grade NAT (CGN) has had on the overall adoption of IPv6. Our guests are Kevin Myers and Nick Russo. Kevin and Nick have both worked with CGN and IPv6, and Nick is designing an IPv6 training course on Pluralsight. The post IPv6 Buzz 065: …
 
On today's Day Two Cloud we review announcements and make our observations of the KubeCon and CloudNativeCon North America 2020 virtual event. That includes a new Kubernetes certification, the results of a Cloud Native survey, the quality of technical sessions, and new product releases. The post Day Two Cloud 076: A Curated KubeCon And CloudNativeC…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud Tech Byte, sponsored by Riverbed, looks at how Riverbed is using ML and AI to enable more automated troubleshooting. Our guest is Chris Eckert, Technical Solutions Architect at Riverbed. The post Tech Bytes: Automating Troubleshooting With Riverbed (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
On today's Tech Bytes, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, we discuss advances in Palo Alto's CloudGenix SD-WAN capabilities, explore two new SD-WAN appliances, and talk about where the technology is headed. Our guest is Kumar Ramanchandran, SVP of Products at Palo Alto and a CloudGenix co-founder. The post Tech Bytes: Palo Alto Networks Pushes For Th…
 
Each week Network Break runs vendor press releases through our patented ML algorithms to strip out the marketing & buzzwords. It doesn't leave us much to work with, but we do our best. Today's episode covers Apstra's IBN support for the SONiC NOS, IBM's purchase of APM newcomer Instana, VMware's furthering of its networking ambitions, a startup bui…
 
SONiC is a network OS that can run on a variety of whitebox switches. Originally developed by Microsoft, SONiC is now an open-source project with distributions that target hyperscale and enterprise environments. Today's Heavy Networking is a deep dive into SONiC with Dave Maltz, a Technical Fellow at Microsoft who has been closely involved with SON…
 
Today's Tech Bytes dives into Pluribus Networks’ Linux-based Netvisor ONE OS for white box switches. We also discuss Pluribus’ Adaptive Cloud Fabric, a distributed, controllerless SDN solution for deploying and automating data center fabrics that promises simpler operations and a lower TCO. Our guest is Alessandro Barbieri, VP of Product Management…
 
Cisco Tetration enables microsegmentation and application dependency mapping for on-premises and cloud applications. This Briefings In Brief explores essential details on Tetration, including how it works and how it fits with other products in Cisco's portfolio. This briefing is based on a Security Field Day presentation by Cisco on the Tetration p…
 
Consistency is key for your cloud operations team and your end users (be they employees, customers, or developers). On today's Day Two Cloud episode with sponsor VMware, we discuss how to implement consistent operations for your hybrid cloud. Our guests from VMware are Brandon Gordon, Staff Technical Marketing Architect; and Matt Bradford, Sr. Tech…
 
The question: Is open source is viable for Enterprise IT ? The discussion resulted in describing the mechanics of onboarding new products as infection repsonse. Did the metaphor work ? The post Heavy Strategy 005 – Infection Handling Open Source In Enterprise IT appeared first on Packet Pushers.By Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
Many companies use VPNs to protect their distributed workforce. But VPNs present their own security challenges, from compromised clients to insecure VPN servers. Sponsor Zscaler explains how its cloud-based security service can provide safe, high-performance remote access. Our guest is Lisa Lorenzin, Director, Transformation Strategy at Zscaler. Th…
 
This week's Network Break discusses a serious flaw in some Aruba switches, why Kemp acquired Flowmon, what makes a networking startup worth a $29 million investment, what Extreme Networks is up to with its AWS Outpost competitor, how Cisco is spinning a tough financial quarter, and more tech news. The post Network Break 310: Kemp Acquires Flowmon; …
 
Today's Heavy Networking podcast examines cross-domain automation. Our sponsor is Cisco and our guest is Omar Sultan, Leader, Product Management for Cisco's Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) product. While the discussion starts with NSO, the conversation also covers dealing with automation complexity, the need for tool choice, and the critical ro…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud Tech Bytes is all about proactive network monitoring with sponsor Riverbed. The goal of proactive network monitoring is to see and respond to an emerging issue before it becomes a problem that affects end users or application performance. Our guest is Chris Eckert, Technical Solutions Architect at Riverbed. The post Tech Bytes…
 
Why are we talking about shadow IT in 2020? Didn't we DevOps shadow IT out of the picture? Turns out we didn't. All the initiatives and process changes that were supposed to eliminate the need for shadow IT didn't quite work out the way we expected. Guest Christopher Kusek stops by to talk about why shadow IT still exists, and how to deal with it. …
 
Today’s Tech Bytes, sponsored by Fortinet, explores an SD-WAN deployment with Smile Brands, a nation-wide network of dental practices. Smile Brands started with one SD-WAN product and then switched to an integrated security, SD-WAN, and SD-Branch solution with Fortinet. Our guest is Brett Stetzko, Senior Network Engineer at Smile Brands. The post T…
 
Guest commentator Johna Till Johnson, CEO of Nemertes Research, brings her analytical eye to this week's Network Break. Coverage includes new Arista campus switches, a Dutch telco shutting down legacy TDM systems, Google Chrome getting its own certificate store, and a massive Bitcoin seizure. The post Network Break 309: Arista Rolls Out New Campus …
 
In this discussion, Greg accosts...no, converses with...Simon Sharwood on a variety of issues highly relevant to networking's future. It turns out, Simon is not short on opinions. And thusly, Simon and Greg opine about sundry topics. The post Heavy Networking 549: The Future Of Networking With Simon Sharwood appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
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