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Get in touch with Gary: https://www.maximcapital.org/ https://www.novationpartner.com/ https://www.instagram.com/investor_garygarcia/ In this #PlutusPodcast, we interview Maxim Capital CEO Gary Garcia. It's a real estate investment company that specializes in wholesaling. We learn about what wholesaling is, how to find distressed properties, and ho…
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Join Erik Meltzer in an insightful interview with Dawn Pfaff, the founder of My State MLS, as they discuss the transformative potential of blockchain in the real estate industry. Discover how My State MLS revolutionizes property listings, empowers agents, and expands territories. Gain insights into the benefits of blockchain technology for establis…
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This week we spoke with YouTuber Ben Hedges about his journey of building a beautiful, rustic cabin from scratch to list on Airbnb! 🏡🌲 In this video, Ben walks us through: 🔨 The planning and design process, including the inspiration behind his unique cabin design 🌳 The importance of selecting the right location 💡 Insights into the Airbnb market and…
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John Dean Markunas is the principal consultant for Power of Chain Consultancy, LLC, which is a blockchain real estate advisory and strategic business development firm. John focuses 100% on how blockchain can be used in the real estate industry. Learn how real estate is being tokenized on the blockchain and how NFTs fit into the mix. Discover the be…
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Alex Grieve is Vice President at Tiger Hill Partners, a boutique political & regulatory advisory firm. Their area of expertise is helping clients and members of the US Congress in the FinTech & cryptocurrency and blockchain spaces. Alex talked about where cryptocurrency regulation is heading in Washington, especially in the wake of the FTX scandal,…
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Connor Dolan is VP of Client Solutions at Unchained Capital, a Bitcoin financial services company. We talked about why Bitcoin can be a valuable asset in individual retirement accounts (IRAs), as well as the importance of saving for retirement as early as possible. We took a dive into the recent FTX scandal, and explored why owning your own cryptoc…
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Mike Banwell is a commercial real estate transaction advisor at Ten-X, an online marketplace that markets and executes commercial real estate transactions. We explore how commercial real estate investing can lead to generational wealth, as well as the vetting process that Ten-X uses for properties listed on their marketplace.…
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Josh Emerson is the founder of SansBank, a financial real estate technology startup that is shaking up the real estate industry by lowering the investment threshold tin real estate. SansBank is a platform that streamlines the real estate process, making it easier for individuals, families, and small businesses to invest in real estate through comme…
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In this episode, we spoke with Banca Ágil founder Andres Guardia and his mission to provide financial education to the people of his native Costa Rica. Many Costa Ricans have tens of thousands of dollars in loans and credit card, but due to predatory banking practices, are never fully disclosed interest rates, among other issues. Guardia also talke…
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We spoke with Silvercoin Realty founder Matt Sirraj about where he thinks the real estate and stock market is headed, as well as how he is weathering uncertain market conditions. We also took a deep dive into the potential pitfalls of a digital currency created by the U.S. government.By Matt Sarraj
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Recorded live at Black Hat 2021 in Las Vegas! Our vaxxed and masked podcast co-hosts, Brandon and Derick, take the show on the road to talk to real network and security folks about Zero Trust. Is it more than just a marketing buzzword? Is it even achievable? Listen to this one-of-a-kind episode to get the straight scoop. Show notes Black Hat 2021: …
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VMware Research High Bits is a podcast coming soon from VMware's research group. This episode is a sneak preview of episode 1, with Lalith Suresh. Lalith is a researcher in the VMware Research Group who specializes in measurement, design, and implementation of large-scale networked and distributed systems. Last year, Lalith published a blog entry w…
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Bruce Davie and Larry Peterson are the authors of the Systems Approach series of computer networking textbooks. Mark Twain has been called the greatest humorist the United States has produced and the father of American literature. This episode, the first collaboration among these celebrated authors, incorporates elements of the works of both [1, 2]…
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Bruce Davie and Larry Peterson talk about their Systems Approach series of books on computer networking. These books began with the textbook Computer Networks: A Systems Approach, published in 1996. After publishing the fifth edition in 2011, they took their book "open source" by making the text freely available on Github under a Creative Common li…
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Dmitry Yusupov submitted a talk to the Open vSwitch 2020 Fall Conference that we weren't able to fit into the schedule. This podcast, recorded in December 2020, is based on the material that Dmitry presented in a video available on YouTube. The slides for Dmitry's talk are also available. The abstract for this talk is: OVSDB (management protocol RF…
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Hosts Brandon and Derick have the honor of interviewing Bill Krause and hearing some fascinating stories about the early days of Silicon Valley, including the origins of HP's first computer division, and how Bill (along with previous podcast guest Bob Metcalfe) took Ethernet from zero to one million ports ahead of their already-ambitious timeline. …
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John Capobianco, Senior IT Planner and Integrator at House of Commons, joins co-hosts Derick and Brandon to dive into his journey to network automation for the Canadian Parliament. If you're curious about network automation or have already begun to implement, this is the episode for you!By Brandon Heller & Derick Winkworth
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Frederick Kautz and Nikolay Nikolaev are developers on the Network Service Mesh project, which provides additional networking features for Kubernetes above what is available from Kubernetes CNI networking implementations. OVS Orbit is produced by Ben Pfaff. The intro music in this episode is Drive, featuring cdk and DarrylJ, copyright 2013, 2016 by…
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Nick Buraglio works in research and education and service provider networking, currently at ESnet, the US Department of Energy's science network, which links sites in the United States and western Europe. In this podcast, he talks about the role of latency monitoring in managing a network. Nick defines the latency that he's talking about: "When mos…
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There are several challenges toward making it easy for users to add support for new protocols in OVS or, equivalently, adding P4 support to OVS. This talk, given at the Dagstuhl seminar on programmable data planes in April 2019, explains the reasons that OVS doesn't already have these features, what's changing, and likely future directions. The tal…
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Brad Cowie and Richard Sanger are members of the WAND Network Research Group at the University of Waikato, in Hamilton, New Zealand. They are both associated with the Faucet project, which develops an open source OpenFlow controller for enterprise networks. The first part of this talk is an introduction to Faucet. The second part talks about how Fa…
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Levente Csikor and Gabor Retvari from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics present their talk “The Discrepancy of the Megaflow Cache in OVS” at the Open vSwitch Fall Conference in San Jose in December 2018. A few days later, they visited me to have this discussion for the podcast about their work. This episode is a discussion of thei…
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Simon Horman has been an Open vSwitch contributor and committer since 2010. He currently works for Netronome, where his Open vSwitch work centers around hardware offload using the "tc" API integrated into the Linux kernel. This API allows users of Open vSwitch to transparently obtain better performance: when offload is enabled with a compatible net…
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Qiuyu Xiao is a Ph.D. student in the department of computer science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During the summer of 2018, he was an intern in the Open vSwitch team at VMware. This episode is a talk that Qiuyu gave at the end of his internship, describing his work on encrypted tunnels for OVN. The slides that accompanied the…
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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, an…
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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 Pri…
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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 aatteka…
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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 performance…
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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 Software-…
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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 from …
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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 Toronto a…
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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. We al…
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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 translati…
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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 it m…
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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 pref…
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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 fail…
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Greg Ferro is one of the Packet Pushers, a host of much more popular podcasts than this one. Greg's bio says: Greg survived 25+ years of Enterprise IT as a network engineer, architect and designer. Involved with a wide range of companies in gaming, online, finance, carriers, energy and other, he was a team member or leader that designed, built and …
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Henry Xu is an assistant professor in the computer science department at the City University of Hong Kong, where he leads the NetX Lab. In this episode, we discuss the research behind his group's recent paper Network Stack as a Service in the Cloud, presented at HotNets 2017. The paper has the following abstract: The tenant network stack is impleme…
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This episode features Andy Gospodarek, a Principal Engineer at Broadcom, where he works as a software architect on the NICs team. This interview, recorded at the DPDK summit in San Jose on November 15, 2017, focuses on his team's work on offloading flows to Broadcom NICs, using the user's choice of the Linux “TC” flow offload API or a Broadcom-spec…
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