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Best The New Stack Analysts podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best The New Stack Analysts podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Alex Williams, founder of The New Stack, hosts "The New Stack Analysts," a biweekly round-table discussion covering The New Stack's latest data research, and topics related to app development and back-end services. Listen to our other TNS Podcasts on SoundCloud: The New Stack Makers: https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackmakers The New Stack Context: https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackcontext The New Stack @ Scale: https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackatscale
 
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The Wikimedia Foundation‘s impact on culture and media sharing has had immeasurable benefits on a worldwide scale. As the foundation that manages the fabled Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Wikisource and a number of outlets, Wikimedia’s mission is to “to bring free educational content to the world”All told, Wikipedia alone is available in about 300 d…
 
On today's Network Break we discuss Nokia's new network OS, examine a Cisco/AT&T partnership on SD-WAN, and analyze Google's pullback from a cloud venture in China. We also cover a new video codec and an image format that will save bandwidth, the rise of online learning, and what Uber's Postmates acquisition can tell us about IT startups. The post …
 
Today's Network Break podcast discusses critical security patches from F5 and Palo Alto Networks, examines the implications of a Senate bill that targets encryption, and dives into VMware's latest acquisition. We also explore a new space-oriented business unit at AWS and more tech news analysis. The post Network Break 291: F5 Patches Severe Vulnera…
 
Take a Network Break! We cover HPE's virtual Discover event, including news on Greenlake and Ezmeral. LiveAction extends its portfolio with cloud monitoring, Anuta and Juniper partner around network automation, VMware releases a private beta of VMC on Oracle Cloud, and more tech news. The post Network Break 290: HPE Unveils Edge-To-Cloud Strategy; …
 
Cisco Live Virtual topics so SecureX, Webex Collaboration and the "Connected Experience" (even if we don't really know what that is). Palo Alto gets machine learning features into the latest PAN-OS release for malware scanning, automated rule creation and more. HPE get Edgey with Telco plus more on Zoom security tradeoffs. The post Network Break 28…
 
Take a Network Break! Aruba targets the enterprise edge with Aruba ESP and AI, Intel grapples with new attacks against secure enclaves in its chips, and MIT walks away from negotiations with an academic publisher over open access to journals. Three tech companies rethink the sale of facial recognition technology to U.S. police forces, the Wi-Fi All…
 
Today's Network Break podcast discusses the growth of the infrastructure market based on Open Compute specs, the decline in switch and routing revenues, Cisco postponing its 2020 Cisco Live virtual event, VMware's latest acquisition, and more tech news. The post Network Break 287: Open Compute Infrastructure Makes Its Mark; Cisco Live Postponed app…
 
In this, The New Stack Analyst podcast hosted by Alex Williams, founder, and editor-in-chief of The New Stack, and Ken Owens, vice president, cloud native engineering, Mastercard, Jennifer Strejevitch, site reliability engineer for Condé Nast speaks about her experiences and observations at the front lines of the publishing company infrastructure-r…
 
Take a Network Break! We start with some FU (follow up) from previous Network Break and Heavy Networking episodes, then dive into Cisco's big ThousandEyes acquisition and financial updates. The post Network Break 286: Cisco To Acquire ThousandEyes; The Return Of Follow Up appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Lots to cover in this week's Network Break podcast, including a consortium of telcos and Facebook laying new undersea cable in Africa, new features for service providers and enterprises in Cisco's ACI 5.0, why Intel bought Rivet Networks, software and Wi-Fi for contact tracing, AT&T getting called on misleading 5G advertising, and more. The post Ne…
 
Thanks to the COVID-19 global pandemic, many IT systems are facing unprecedented workloads, reaching levels of usage on a daily basis that usually only happen on the busiest days of the year. The good news is that the cloud native approach has been rapidly gaining popularity with businesses large and small to help meet these sudden demands. And pro…
 
Today's Network Break asks if enterprises want a supported SONiC network OS, Microsoft acquires Metaswitch Networks, VMware buys Kubernetes security platform Octarine, Cisco announces quarterly results, and more tech news. The post Network Break 284: Dell Technologies Announces SONiC Distro; Microsoft Acquires Metaswitch Networks appeared first on …
 
Today's Network Break analyzes NVIDIA's purchase of Cumulus Networks, boggles at Innovium's announced 25.6Tbps ASIC, and parses why Arista will support the SONiC network OS on its switches. We also cover a new 5G lobbying organization, Zoom's Keybase acquisition, financial results, and more tech news. The post Network Break 283: NVIDIA Acquires Cum…
 
The latest Network Break podcast examines NVIDIA's just-completed Mellanox acquisition, beta testing dates from SpaceX, the latest version of Cumulus Networks' NetQ management software, plus quarterly financial news for Juniper, Microsoft, and Amazon The post Network Break 282: NVIDIA Completes Mellanox Acquisition; SpaceX Sets Date For Satellite I…
 
The FCC makes swathes of new spectrum available for Wi-Fi, Arista upgrades its WLAN software, Cisco and Google announce plans to partner on an SD-WAN solution for Google Cloud, Google rolls out a remote access product for the enterprise, and more tech news analysis on today's Network Break podcast. The post Network Break 281: FCC Opens 6Ghz Band Fo…
 
What is the role that the data plane plays in a Kubernetes ecosystem? This was the theme for our latest (virtual) pancake breakfast and panel discussion, sponsored by DataStax, the keeper of the open source Cassandra database.Last month, Datastax released a Kubernetes operator, so that the NoSQL database can be more easily installed, managed, and u…
 
Take a Network Break! We discuss Nvidia clearing a major hurdle to its Mellanox acquisition, GitHub changes its pricing, the startup Alkira tackles multi-cloud networking, and more tech news analysis. Our guest commentator is Stephen Foskett, founder of Tech Field Day and GestaltIT. The post Network Break 280: Nvidia Advances Mellanox Acquisition; …
 
Take a Network Break! Grab a virtual donut, sit back and relax, and take a journey with us through Elysian fields of tech news analysis. We’ve got stories today on Cisco, VMware, a new PCAP appliance, a Tech Byte from sponsor Silver Peak with their SD-WAN customer C&S Wholesalers, and more. The post Network Break 279: Cisco Acquires Fluidmesh; VMwa…
 
Our weekly installment of tech news analysis includes Palo Alto's $420 million purchase of CloudGenix, Zoom's very bad week for security and privacy, Cisco Live going virtual, updates on professional development opportunities, and more on Network Break from the Packet Pushers. The post Network Break 278: Palo Alto Buys SD-WAN Maker CloudGenix; Zoom…
 
Today's Network Break podcast examines a new analytics service from Juniper's Mist Systems for engineers and lines of business, a new clientless remote access service from Cato Networks, the impact of increased traffic on Facebook and cloud services, how co-lo sites are restricting physical access, and more. The post Network Break 277: Juniper’s Mi…
 
On today's Network Break we check in on the health of the global Internet as more and workers go remote, Cisco extends the lifetime of professional certs, the EU asks streaming services to throttle back on bandwidth, some debt-laden tech companies see share prices plunge, and more. The post Network Break 276: Cisco Extends Certification Renewals; E…
 
On today's Network Break we discuss potential impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on Internet loads, conferences and events, VPNs and working from home, and other tech areas. We also examine Aruba's new Air Pass and Air Slice offerings, drill into VMware's massive Tanzu and vSphere 7 releases, a WatchGuard acquisition, and more. Guest pontificator …
 
Listen to all of our podcasts here: https://thenewstack.io/podcasts/In this, The New Stack Analysts podcast, Lee Calcote, an analyst and founder of Layer5, and Brian “Redbeard” Harrington, a principal product manager for OpenShift service mesh at Red Hat, discussed the many nuances of what the survey numbers really mean.Calcote, for example, notes …
 
Let's Encrypt revokes millions of digital certs, Microsoft proposes SMB over QUIC for file access without a VPN (and an easier way to get through firewalls), big vendors offer extended free trials of conferencing software for companies considering remote work, Microsoft pays hourly workers full salaries during work slowdowns, and more. We analyze t…
 
The New Stack Editor Alex Williams sat down, with Diane Patton, technical marketing engineer at NetApp, Jenny Fong, VP of marketing at Diamanti, and Sriram Subramanian, an analyst at IDC, to learn how Kubernetes has evolved into the preferred infrastructure layer for stateful environments.Listen to this episode of The New Stack Analysts to hear mor…
 
Take a Network Break. This week's IT news analysis covers a new anti-malware appliance from Fortinet, VMware security software for data centers and clouds, Nokia's efforts to buy time as it gets its 5G house in order, and financial results from multiple vendors. The post Network Break 273: Fortinet Pits Deep Learning Appliance Against Malware; Noki…
 
The latest Network Break podcast analyzes Dell Technologies' sale of its RSA business unit; what sponsor cancellations at the RSA Conference might mean for large tech events going forward; Arista Networks' financial results; new capabilities in products from ExtraHop, Nubeva, and Spirent; and more tech news. The post Network Break 272: Dell Technol…
 
Take a Network Break! Global espionage tensions ratchet up between the United States and China, the CIA is revealed to have owned a company that sold doctored cryptography systems to allies and adversaries, VMware adjusts its licensing, and more tech news. Guest analysts Keith Townsend and Ned Bellavance step in for a vacationing co-host. The post …
 
In this episode of The New Stack Analysts podcast, we explore how two Kubernetes Special Interest Groups (SIG) are taking into account all of the various user personas in order to help shape the user experience on Kubernetes. Guests on this episode include: Tasha Drew, co-chair of the Kubernetes Usability SIG and a product line manager for Kubernet…
 
Take a Network Break! Google breaks out cloud revenue for the first time, Cisco tackles significant CDP vulnerabilities, HPE buys a cloud security startup, the Trump administration ponders an all-American 5G, and more tech news. The post Network Break 270: Google Reports Cloud Revenues; HPE Acquires Cloud Security Startup Scytale appeared first on …
 
Today's Network Break reports on Apstra's latest software release for Intent-Based Networking, Cisco rolls out new products including Kubernetes on Hyperflex, VMware layoffs get social media attention, and the United Kingdom lays down the rules for Huawei gear in its telecom networks. We also review financial results for several big tech companies.…
 
Today's Network Break dives into VMware's Nyansa acquisition, the implications of 3G's expiration date, Microsoft's plans to insert Bing as the default search engine in Chrome browsers for an upcoming Office 365 release, financial results from Intel and IBM, and more. The post Network Break 268: VMware Acquires Nyansa; Microsoft Plans To Hijack O36…
 
Today's Network Break podcast analyzes Equinix's acquisition of Packet, privacy announcements from Google and Verizon, a US Senate proposal to spend a billion dollars on 5G, and more tech news. The post Network Break 267: Equinix Buys Packet For Bare Metal; Google, Verizon Flirt With Privacy appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Today's Network Break analyzes an HPE/Cumulus Networks deal on Ethernet storage switches, yet another open-source network OS project from the Linux Foundation, Accenture's purchase of Symantec's security services biz from Broadcom, a Cisco reorganization of its enterprise networking businesses, and more tech and IT news. The post Network Break 266:…
 
On today's Network Break we analyze Cisco's new ASIC platform and the 8000 router series, dig into a string of AWS announcements related to networking and security, and discuss new products from Cato Networks and Silver Peak. The post Network Break 265: Cisco Chips At Broadcom With New ASIC; AWS Gives Networking Some Love appeared first on Packet P…
 
Take a Network Break! Broadcom ships its fastest ASIC yet, the 15.6Tbps Tomahawk 4; Juniper Networks gets a new CTO, enables cloud control of its EX switches; and rolls out new CPE; Palo Alto Networks reports its latest quarterly financials, and we cover lots of listener follow-up. The post Network Break 264: Broadcom’s New Tomahawk 4 Hits 25.6Tbps…
 
Today's Network Break is an Analyst Holiday Party. Instead of news coverage, we examine a few broad topics including whether Kubernetes has legs in the enterprise, the complexities of multi-cloud, the recent financial woes of legacy networking vendors, and more. Our party guests are Eric Hanselman, Chief Analyst at 451 Research; Brad Casemore, Rese…
 
Today's Network Break episode discusses new data center software and switches from Extreme, new networking cloud tools from Google, Microsoft's support for DoH, an internal re-organization at Cisco and more tech news. The post Network Break 262: Extreme Announces Fabric Automation And New Switches; Google Rolls Out Smarter Cloud Networking appeared…
 
Many IT teams begin moving their applications to containers and Kubernetes after their managers mandate the switch. Then in the rush to deploy they may forget, or simply delay, some fundamentals. Only six to 12 months later does integrating security into their CI/CD pipeline becomes a priority.This gradual evolution toward cloud native security bes…
 
Time for a break! Enjoy a virtual donut as we analyze the latest tech news, including a new wired automation service from Juniper, Docker's divestment of its enterprise biz, a new SD-WAN entrant from Untangle, the rollout of a commercial version of AT&T's open network OS, and more! The post Network Break 261: Juniper EX Switches Get Misty; Cisco’s …
 
Brad Casemore from IDC joins Network Break as a guest commentator, and we've got a ton to talk about, including a new campus automation framework from Pica8, new IPS capabilities in VMware's NSX, the release of a limited beta for VMware's Kubernetes wrangler Tanzu Mission Control, an Infoblox acquisition, and more FU than you can shake a virtual do…
 
The latest Network Break covers Fortinet's acquisition of endpoint security company EnSilo, digs into Gigamon's new network detection and response product, covers Extreme Networks' launch of ExtremeCloud IQ, reports on the latest tech financial results, and more. The post Network Break 259: Fortinet Buys Endpoint Security Company; Arista Shares Squ…
 
Today's Network Break examines new campus and data center switches from Aruba, looks at new SD-WAN gear from Riverbed, discusses Teridion PoPs in China for SD-WAN, explores financial results from Juniper and AWS, and much more. Guest Ed Horley joins as guest commentator. The post Network Break 258: Aruba Stacks Up New Switches; SpaceX Promises Sate…
 
On today's Network Break we examine Cumulus's move into campus networking, Thoma Bravo's multi-billion-dollar bid for Sophos, and the limited debut of 5G in the UK. We also try to parse a buzzword-laded press release announcing stealthy startup Pensando Systems, discuss the EU's interim measures against Broadcom for anti-competitive behavior, and m…
 
Today's Network Break podcast is chock full of inspirational cynicism. We cover fresh funding for Forward Networks, Vodafone trialing OpenRAN gear, SUSE closing the door on OpenStack, Extreme Networks shifting StackStorm to the Linux Foundation, and more tech news. The post Network Break 256: Startup Forward Networks Nabs $35 Million; Vodafone Dial…
 
Today's Network Break analyzes Adtran's entry into the SD-WAN market, a new IBN product from Lumina Networks, the latest software upgrade from NTOP, Google's timeline for blocking HTTP elements in HTTPS sessions in Chrome, plus a couple of detailed follow-ups, and a Tech Bytes show. The post Network Break 255: Adtran Gets Into SD-WAN; Google Preps …
 
Network Break feasts on a variety of tech news including a new wireless protocol proposed by Amazon, Mellanox support for the SONiC NOS, Palo Alto Networks saying it will build an SD-WAN offering, a dip in cloud infrastructure spending, and more. The post Network Break 254: Amazon Develops Wireless Gadget Protocol; Mellanox Gear Harmonizes With SON…
 
Today's Network Break discusses upgrades to Arista's CloudVision management software, a new ACI partnership between Cisco and Microsoft Azure, a Google pledge to invest in new European data centers, Amazon's pledge to be carbon-neutral by 2040, and more tech news. The post Network Break 253: Arista CloudVision Ingests Configs From Third-Party Gear;…
 
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