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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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Automated state validation is our topic today on Heavy Networking. The hard part isn't configuring the network: it's ensuring the configuration has resulted in the desired state. Guest John Capobianco regards automated state validation is an advanced automation technique. We dive into details in this episode. The post Heavy Networking 545: Achievin…
 
Technology is accelerating like crazy, with new tools, services, open-source projects, and processes. If you're trying to make DevOps work in your organization, you might feel like you're perpetually behind. This Day Two Cloud episode is here to say: You're going to be OK. You can still engage with DevOps to move your career and your organization f…
 
Today's Full Stack Journey episode explores the Crossplane project, which uses APIs in Kubernetes and public cloud providers to allow you to provision and manage cloud services and infrastructure from Kubernetes. Crossplane maintainer Daniel Mangum is our guide. The post Full Stack Journey 047: Using Kubernetes And Crossplane To Provision Cloud Inf…
 
Today's Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Apstra, dives into the integration between Apstra’s AOS data center automation platform and the SONiC Enterprise distribution, a Dell-supported version of the open-source SONiC network OS. The post Tech Bytes: Integrating Automation And Whitebox With Apstra And SONiC (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Push…
 
Today's Network Break examines a new security service from Cloudflare, a SonicWall vulnerability that affects a massive number of its appliances, a fresh funding round for networking startup Alkira, and more nerdy networking news. The post Network Break 306: Cloudflare Launches Secure NaaS Offering; SonicWall Vulnerability Affects Nearly 800,000 De…
 
Monitoring and visibility are critical to network operations. On today's sponsored Heavy Networking show, we talk with sponsor Codilime about custom development and integration of network monitoring and management tools for the data center and cloud. Our guests from Codilime are are Monika Antoniak, Head of R&D; and Edyta Kałka, Senior Project Mana…
 
DNS Flag Day is a community effort by service providers and DNS software vendors to address DNS issues. In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed and Scott speak with guest Andrew Wertkin about the DNS flag day for 2020, which took place October 1st. They discuss what this year's DNS Flag Day addressed, plus DNS behavior that listeners should look for t…
 
Today's show is a vigorous discussion of multi-cloud networking. Our guest, networking expert Ivan Pepelnjak, brings a heavy dose of skepticism, nuance, and informed perspective to the tricky issue of connecting workloads across different public clouds. The post Day Two Cloud 070: The State Of Multi-Cloud Networking appeared first on Packet Pushers…
 
Today's Network Break analyzes NVIDIA's new roadmap for DPUs (also known as SmartNICs), IBM's spin-out of its managed infrastructure business, new security features from Juniper, a whopping judgement against Cisco for patent violations, and more. The post Network Break 305: NVIDIA Unfolds DPU Roadmap; IBM Spins Off Managed Infrastructure Biz appear…
 
Stuff breaks all the time. With so many people working from home, most of the stuff that's breaking isn't yours, but that doesn’t mean it’s not your problem. Today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by ThousandEyes, reviews critical outages in 2020 and considers network design tips for Internet and remote work. Our guests from ThousandEyes are Angelique…
 
For many organizations it’s now incumbent on IT to provide a seamless, secure experience for end users whether they’re working from home, in the office, or anywhere. On today's Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored today by Zscaler, we examine how to deliver a safe, high-performance remote access experience. The post Tech Bytes: Providing Secure Work-From-…
 
On today's Day Two Cloud podcast we talk with a real-live SRE, or Site Reliability Engineer, who works in an IT group that delivers applications using DevOps principles as part of their day-to-day work. Our guest is James Quigley, SRE at Bloomberg. He and his team builds infrastructure and tooling for application and infrastructure teams to develop…
 
Today's Tech Bytes, sponsored by NetMotion Software, explores how NetMotion integrates client VPNs with more modern approaches, including Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and the Software Defined Perimeter. Our guest is Mike Spence, Systems Engineer at NetMotion. The post Tech Bytes: NetMotion Integrates VPNs With The Software Defined Perimeter app…
 
Keith Townsend stops by Network Break to lend analysis and commentary on our review of the biggest announcements to come out of VMworld, including Project Monterey and the SaltStack acquisition. We also discuss new products from Arista, acquisitions by Arista and Juniper, Google joining the Linux Foundation's LF Networking, and more. The post Netwo…
 
Tom Hollingsworth stops by the Heavy Networking podcast to weigh in on a few topics, including the conflict between Broadcom and NVIDIA, and whether whitebox networking is becoming too risky for enterprise networks. The post Heavy Networking 542: Is Whitebox Too Risky For The Enterprise? appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Kit Colbert is the VP & CTO, Cloud Platform BU at VMware. In this briefing, Drew Conry-Murray and Ethan Banks reflect on a Zoom conversation they had with Kit during VMworld 2020. The context of the conversation was simple enough. Harshly stated, we wanted to know what VMware's future is in the cloud-native era. Will companies need VMware? Kit's an…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz podcast, Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about some of the weird things they've seen folks do with IPv6 addresses. IPv6 is different than IPv4 in many ways but the endless supply of IPv6 addresses yields endlessly crazy ways to use them. The post IPv6 Buzz 061: Weird And Wacky IPv6 Addressing appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Today's show explores cloud visibility with sponsor Riverbed. Perhaps best known for its Steelhead WAN optimization appliances, Riverbed has a suite of solutions that target cloud performance and visibility, and we'll get to know them. Our Riverbed guests are Dr. Vincent Berk, VP, Chief Architect Security, CTO; and Brandon Carroll, Director, Techni…
 
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