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Today on Day Two Cloud we get into a whole lot of things. For example, what is IT's value in the age of cloud? How can IT figure out what's actually providing value to the business vs. undifferentiated heavy lifting? How companies built on open-source software make their money? Our guest is Stu Miniman, Director of Market Insights at Red Hat. The post Day Two Cloud 095: Grappling With The Open Source Business Model appeared first on Packet Pushers.


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Older Episodes

Operating a data center fabric is a substantial challenge. Nokia Fabric Services System embraces automation to manage your data center fabric. In today's episode, sponsored by Nokia, we dive into Fabric Services System and SR Linux to learn how they br...
This week's Network Break podcast examines VMware's new SASE offering for the distributed workforce, Nvidia's Arm-based accelerators, why the United Kingdom de-accelerated Nvidia's Arm acquisition, new routers from Juniper Networks,
Today's Heavy Networking podcast, sponsored by Tempered Networks, dives into how Tempered builds a software-defined perimeter with native zero trust, leveraging the Host Identity Protocol (HIP), Tempered's Airwall software, cryptographic identities,
In this Tech Byte podcast, sponsored by Gluware, we explore the latest features and capabilities in the Gluware network automation and orchestration platform, including an API-based controller to work with SD-WAN,
Today's Day Two Cloud episode aims to pick apart the marketing fluff around Zero Trust (there's a lot of it) to uncover a workable definition, discuss the rationale for this approach, and develop a framework for how to think about zero trust.
Today's Full Stack Journey delves into developer advocacy: what is it, why do organizations have this role, and what makes a good developer advocate? Host Scott Lowe has invited four practitioners to tackle these questions.
On today’s Tech Bytes episode, sponsored by AppNeta, we explore how IT can optimize performance and support for a highly distributed workforce and develop a sustainable strategy for a Work From Anywhere reality. Our AppNeta guests are Adam Edwards,
This week's Network Break podcast examines Dell's plans to spin off VMware for a healthy dose of cash, reviews Aruba Networks' Atmosphere keynotes, and dives into NVIDIA announcements around SmartNICs/DPUs and an AI security framework.
Today's Heavy Networking thinks hard about how to manage security policy in modern IT infrastructure. We get into sources of truth, application modeling and application dictionaries, approval workflows, and more--all in the context of automation.
Today’s Day Two Cloud tackles application modernization with sponsor VMware. As new application platforms such as containers and the public cloud take hold, organizations need to examine their application portfolio to figure out how applications are m...
Today’s Tech Bytes podcast explores new features in Prisma SD-WAN 5.5 from Palo Alto Networks, our sponsor for this episode. New features include event correlation and analysis, improved stats and analytics dashboards,
On this week's Network Break we cover Arista's careful steps into automation, new support for SONiC from Innovium, a cash injection for whitebox NOS maker Pica8, a startup tackling cloud infrastructure and application experience,
Today's Heavy Networking explores how First Bank uses Aruba’s SD-WAN to advance its cloud migration, support remote workers, and provide secure segmentation for IoT devices. We also discuss the growing trend of SASE and First Bank’s strategy around clo...
Today's Day Two Cloud podcast is a thorough introduction to AWS Lambda, which is AWS's serverless compute service. We discuss how Lamdba works, what it can do, use cases, and more. Our guide for today's conversation is Julian Wood,
On today's Tech Bytes, sponsored by Aruba Networks, we discuss the role of identity in security and why identity is a critical component of a zero-trust approach to network access. Our guest from Aruba is Jon Green, Chief Security Technologist.
Today's Network Break sifts through the most interesting news from Cisco Live 2021 including an as-a-service procurement model, support for biometric-based authentication, integrating ThousandEyes and AppDynamics, and more.
Today’s briefing summary is about startup Araali Networks, one of the most interesting startups we’ve chatted with in a while. Abhishek Singh, CEO and co-founder, gave Ethan Banks and Drew Conry-Murray at Packet Pushers an overview of their approach to...
Today on Heavy Networking, we talk about how to roll your own network automation workflow. Guest Steve Puluka has developed an automation workflow system that uses GitLab and Jenkins, among other tools, to make sure the network devices he supports are ...
On today's Day Two Cloud, Ethan Banks and Ned Bellavance dive into essentials about BGP including why it's so widely used, concepts such as the Autonomous System (AS), the AS number, loop prevention, BGP communities, IBGP, EBGP, and more.