Best Softwaredefined podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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Software Defined Survival is a podcast that interviews the AV / IT Professionals that use software to reinvent themselves and the way they do business. We listen to their stories and ask for tactics and advice on how to survive and thrive in a software defined world.
 
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Virtual Stack is a podcast about the glorious world of Enterprise IT. On this show, we discuss networking, virtualisation, cloud and all things software-defined.
 
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Highlights From This Episode… Bring up security early in the process. IT is often treated as an afterthought in AV. Assess the impact of each device being comprised. Consider access for each device. Who? How? Why? Least resource or least route? Consider if network connectivity is really needed for each device. Perform role-playing to get better ...…
 
VMware Cloud on AWS has proven that IT infrastructure with VMware SDDC stack atop can be ordered as a cloud service; in a scalable, smooth and agile manner. But what about the scenarios where you need to have that compute power on-premises? Enter VMware Cloud on Dell EMC! On the 21st episode of Virtual Stack Podcast, Adam Bohle (Lead Cloud Spec ...…
 
On the 20th episode of Virtual Stack Podcast, I’m joined by Martijn Smit and we geek out on the recently announced vRealize Network Insight (vRNI) 4.1. This release brings lots of new features, such as, Container Visibility and Security, Application Discovery and Visibility and many more! You can reach out to Martijn via Twitter (@smitmartijn). ...…
 
Highlights From This Episode… Knowledge of industry is a good indicator of potential success. Knowing the end customer and distribution channels is important. Knowing the market is not so important - that will be learned through the development process. The Business Canvas is a 9 step process that can help determine the initial features of an a ...…
 
AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning) and DL (Deep Learning) are some of the hottest IT buzzwords of our time. If you’re working in tech industry, chances are that you hear or read something about them almost every day. It looks like they are the answer to every question, and the solution to every problem, including wars and globa ...…
 
Highlights From This Episode… 2015 Open Internet Bill Protects Browser Based Internet Traffic, but excludes VPN's, Hardware Codecs and IoT Devices Relying on the internet to provide a service introduces a 3rd party (the ISP). Contracts should consider reflecting this. CA requirement for no default passwords goes into effect January 1st, 2020. M ...…
 
Do you ever get stressed about giving speech, even though you know the subject by heart? Or have hard time expressing your knowledge and delivering your message effectively on a blog post? The answer is yes for many people, including me. Good news; all of these are skills that you can develop with some practice and attention. Amy Lewis, Directo ...…
 
On the 17th episode of Virtual Stack Podcast, I’m joined by Dumlu Timuralp (NSX Sr. Systems Engineer at VMware) and we take on the challenge of squeezing all the new features of NSX-T 2.4 into a 45-minute podcast! NSX is VMware’s flagship software-defined data center networking and security solution. I was already surprised by the amount of new ...…
 
On the 16th episode of the Virtual Stack podcast, I’m joined by Karl Childs, Sr. Manager in the VMware Certification Development team. We start our conversation talking about the latest VMware announcement on re-certification, then we talk about the present and future of VMware certifications. You can reach out to Karl via Twitter (@karlchilds) ...…
 
I met AJ Thompson from the LearnAVProgramming.com website. He enrolled in a bunch of courses over the past few years and we recently exchanged some emails where he told me about some interesting solutions he is working on. He tells us about what it takes to move from traditional AV programming to modern software tools and more importantly - why ...…
 
With the rise of cloud-native architectures built on containers distributed microservices, developers are encountering challenges with visibility, management, and control of these new applications. The Service Mesh concept was created to address and overcome these challenges. On the 15th episode of the Virtual Stack Podcast, I’m joined by Mark ...…
 
On the 14th episode of Virtual Stack Podcast, I’m joined by Christoph Buschbeck from VMware and we talk about AppDefense, VMware’s data centre endpoint security solution that embeds threat detection and response into the virtualisation layer. We look into the Enterprise IT Security landscape of today, what’s working well, what can be improved, ...…
 
On the 13th episode of Virtual Stack Podcast, Dimitar (Mitko) Vasilev joined me to talk about his journey from a Network Engineer to a Startup CEO. On this slightly longer episode, Mitko explains his journey starting from university, Cisco, his first startup - OA Digital, and his current endeavour - Data Mining Platform. We talked about several ...…
 
Happy new year! On the 12th episode of Virtual Stack Podcast, Martijn (@smitmartijn) and I will be talking about vRealize Network Insight (vRNI) version 4.0. vRNI 4.0 has been released on December 20th and it’s full of cool new features and enhancements. This is not a vRNI 101 episode, but in a nutshell, vRNI is VMware’s security and network vi ...…
 
If you're working in networking, or Enterprise IT in general, chances are that you are pursuing or have pursued at least one technical certification track. Almost every leading vendor has certifications tracks, so does VMware. Today on the 11th episode of Virtual Stack Podcast, we will discuss about the top-tier certification of VMware: VMware ...…
 
Today’s guest is Co-founder and VP of business development at Global Cache. Global Cache makes connectivity products that let programmers like me control and automate pretty much anything using whatever software we like. In an industry full of propriertary solutions, this is quite the unique approach. That’s why I am really looking forward to l ...…
 
On the 10th episode of Virtual Stack, Stijn Depril (@sdepril - vSAN Specialist SE Benelux at VMware) and I talk about vSAN, VMware's Software Defined Storage (or as some will call, hyper-converged) solution. Stijn is active on social media, and don't forget to check his blog at vmuskeeters.com and YouTube channel. Some important links that we m ...…
 
In today's Enterprise IT world, most of the organisations use services of at least one public cloud provider. This brings many advantages like agility, but it creates new challenges such as loss of visibility across clouds and inconsistent network and security policies. NSX Cloud is the tool that can help you to achieve operational consistency ...…
 
VMworld Europe 2018 was a blast. On this brief episode, I talk about the highlights of the event from my perspective. Here are the links to some of the stuff I talk about on the show: VMware Blog - Event Recap: https://blogs.vmware.com/vmworld/2018/11/vmworld-2018-europe-recap.html Day 1: https://blogs.vmware.com/vmworld/2018/11/vmworld-2018-eu ...…
 
I have the honour of having Two cyber security experts on the show today. Dr Jonathan Butts is a retired Air Force officer who among many other roles served as Research Director at the Air Force Center for Cyberspace Research. Billy Rios has held security positions with companies like Ernst & Young, Verisign and Microsoft. He probably had one o ...…
 
On this show, Gilles Chekroun and I talk about VMware Cloud on AWS. Gilles is a Lead SE for VMC on AWS in VMware and he has tons knowledge and experience on cloud and networking in general. But on this short episode, we dip our feet in the use cases for hybrid cloud and why VMC on AWS can be a good solution the enterprises. Follow the show beca ...…
 
Vangelis Mihalopoulos has a background in software engineering and product marketing and startup investing. He is currently CEO and founder of yodeck. a digital signage management platform.
 
Martijn (@smitmartijn, and soon: @vnetworkguy) is my first repeat host, and on this episode we talk about the VMware vExpert program. VMware vExpert is an honorary title that VMware grants to individuals for advocating the VMware's products and solutions. With Martijn, we discuss the program in detail, what the benefits are, what you need to do ...…
 
Peter Krogh is a photographer and author the DAM book, Digital Asset Management aka the bible on digital photography. His currently the Acting Director of Digital Strategy at History Factory where he integrates storytelling, web-based media publishing and digital preservation into a seamless user experience. I am really looking forward to heari ...…
 
Security is a hot topic in Enterprise IT and it will always stay like that. There are several new methods and approaches to optimise security and micro-segmentation is one of those. On this episode, I'm joined by Robert Kloosterhuis (@thefluffysysop, http://thefluffyadmin.net/) and we enter the world of micro-segmentation. We talk about distrib ...…
 
Thomas Walter is the Strategic Product Marketing Manager for NEC Display Solutions Europe where he also served as product manager for public display solutions. He’s also served as Product and Sales Manager for Sanyo Sales & Marketing Europe.
 
SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Network) is a hot topic these days. On this episode, I give a brief overview of what SD-WAN is. I also talk about the challenges seen on branch networking today and how SD-WAN can help us. Check this free e-book: http://www.velocloud.com/sd-wan-resources/white-papers/software-defined-wan-for-dummies. Hope you ...…
 
Bruno Napoli has a background in the Home Cinema scene in Paris, France. Which over the years, evolved into luxury smart home integration. He is a columnist for Smart Integrations Mag and served as co-founder of Krika, a remote monitoring platform for integrated AV and smart home systems.
 
Today on this episode, I'm joined by Martijn Smit (@smitmartijn) and we discuss about why network engineers should invest their time in honing their software development and scripting skills. Then we go into discussing what are the tools and methods for doing this. Here are the links to the resources we mentioned on the show: Udacity - Learn to ...…
 
Matt Dodd has an extended background in training and has served on the board of Cedia and as Director of Education. He was Co-founder of smart home and residential integration company thinkingbrinks and is currently Managing Director of Clavia - a coaching and training development company that creates e-learning videos and explainer animations ...…
 
On this episode, I talked about some of the interesting announcements at VMworld US that took place in August 26-30 in Las Vegas. I focused mainly on the NSBU (Network and Security Business Unit) news, such as, new updates on NSX-T, NSX Cloud, vRNI, but also the collaboration with Arista. There has also been a few interesting "Tech Preview" ann ...…
 
Today’s episode is a little different. Instead of interviewing a person, we review a University project that is changing it’s traditional control systems to Raspberry Pi’s and Raspberry Pi Touchscreens. Joining us from the Brigham Young University OIT AV Services team to discuss this project are Daniel Wells: Director of AV Engineering, Brad St ...…
 
Here is the 1st episode of the Virtual Stack Podcast! This short episode includes a quick introduction of myself, why am I making this podcast and what my content is going to be. Enjoy! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emregirici/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/emregiriciBy Emre Girici.
 
Andrew Page has been working at Cornell University for over 16 years and currently Manager of Integrated Audio and Video Engineering. He has experience designing and delivering for unified communications, digital signage, video conferencing, web conferencing, content delivery networks, webcasting, and video platform services as well as cloud ba ...…
 
Mike Adams got his start as a Sales and Support Consultant for Apple, and has held several marketing and management positions for AV manufacturers like Polycom and integration companies such as Videonations and Vega Global. He’s also served as a startup mentor and is currently EMEA channel manager at Zoom. Zoom is a software defined video colla ...…
 
Episode 23: Shane Springer On Human Centered Design And The Mythical Zero Punch List ProjectShane Springer of OneWorkplace got his start in theatre lighting and sound before moving on to be an AV technician, programmer and engineer. He is also a member of the Leadership Committee for the Association for Quality in AudioVisual (AQAV.org), where ...…
 
Carlos Martinez has held AV and telecommunications positions at some well known companies like, Juniper Networks, Zynga, Tesla and Uber. He was responsible for expanding the use of software codecs into quite a large operation environment at Uber. He is currently Co-founder and Director of Business Operations at Lumibild, a custom AV design and ...…
 
Dave Hatz guest started his career at Disney World Technical Services where he learned about integrating show control with AMX systems. He’s held several other positions in lighting and sound before zeroing in on AV programming and project engineering at Roscor Corporation and currently AVI Systems.
 
Patrick Murray started his career as a freelance service technician. Moving up to serve the industry in various roles, as a systems engineer, a control systems programmer and finally pursuing his entrepreneurial spirit by starting an independent programming company. He has been in business for over thirteen years and he’s grown to become an edu ...…
 
David Bianciardi founded AV&C or Audio, Video and Controls in 1999 where he leads a team of designers, developers, and engineers that deliver software-driven installations to enhance storytelling, placemaking, connectivity and responsiveness. And I am really excited to hear more about what all of that means how an AV programmer like myself can ...…
 
Jason Jaworski is a veteran of the US Marine Corp and has over 20 years experience working in Government and Military Systems for multi level classification video conferencing, command, control and operation centers. He is currently VP of Federal Practice at Unassailable Solutions.
 
I first met Ryan Howard while working on a rather complicated AV project at Goldman Sachs in New York City where he was playing the role of superhero programmer for AMX’s Professional Services. Since then he has held been a design engineer and consultants and most recently circling back to GS as VP technology. He recently founded Storied System ...…
 
Mark Day has held many positions in the Las Vegas AV scene including installation, sales and programming. He is currently President of Idea Box, a design and installation company he founded in 2009.
 
Dave Silberstein has a long history working with AV manufacturers like Audio Video Corporation and Crestron Electronics where he worked as a Director for almost 20 years. I remember the first Crestron courses I attended in NJ around the year 2000, he was a big part of getting to know what that company was all about and how their technology work ...…
 
Dave Schoenbeck has a long history in managing and operating retail stores like Toys R Us and is one of the founders of Babies R Us where he served as senior VP of operations for 10 years. So what does that have to do with software? For more than a decade he’s been helping business owners in AV and beyond reach their goals as an executive coach ...…
 
Paul Harris has been CEO of Aurora Multimedia for over 20 years. When I worked in AV in NYC, I remember Aurora as an independent AMX and Crestron programming company that started making interesting hardware solutions. Now Aurora has a complete line of AV distribution products, touchpanels and control processors. They were one of the first compa ...…
 
Jeremy West began his career in broadcast and theatre, working for Sky Australia and several theater companies as well as his own video production and software company. He’s worked as an AV engineer for AMX Australia and is currently revamping the way AV is done at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia.…
 
I first met Frank Damiano in an AMX training room in Horsham PA around the year 2000. And since then, he has been Founder and CTO of Damiano Global Corporation, an independent control system and audio DPS programming company. His company has developed AV management software called DGnet that looks like a software defined solution to a hardware ...…
 
Lee Rivers talks about how programmers can guarantee AV project success by working directly with consultants and end users.
 
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