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The Packet Pushers explore open and open-source networking and their potential impact on network operations and design in the latest installment of the Future Of Networking series. Our guest is Arpit Joshipura of the Linux Foundation. The post Show 400: The Future Of Networking With Arpit Joshipura - Open Networking appeared first on Packet Pushers.


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Today's IPv6 Buzz podcast looks at v6 adoption in colleges, universities and higher education, and explores issues including planning and security. The post IPv6 Buzz 005: IPv6 Goes To College appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Today the Datanauts explore what happens on day 2 and beyond with your shiny new cloud deployment. Our guest is Maish Saidel-Keesing. The post Datanauts 143: Getting To Day 2 Cloud appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Today's Network Break podcast tackles Amazon in the enterprise, Big Switch's new VPC capability, and more tech news analysis with guest John Fruehe The post Network Break 194: Amazon Spooks Switch Vendors; Big Switch Brings VPCs On Prem appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Redhat Ansible talking about the future of Ansible, making it biggerer and betterer. The post BiB 52 Redhat Ansible - Moving up and scaling out appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Analytics for the real world WAN using agents to provide deeper visibility. Also Campus LANs and Wireless so you can build QOE dashboard. The post BiB 51 Nyansa Networks Analytics for SD-WANs and Campus appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Today's Weekly Show episode brings a real-world perspective to disaggregation and whitebox with an engineer who's brought open networking into production. Our guests are Andrey Khomyakov and Pete Lumbis. The post Show 399: Open Networking In Production appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Cloud First Networking - the challenge of networking in multiple clouds is substantial How can we make on-prem look like the public cloud. Don t make AWS look like a on-prem network, make an off-prem network look like an on-prem network. Instead of configuring VRFs and VLANs, we should be …
Edgecore Edgecore is a wholly owned subsidiary of Accton Producing increasing diversity of network equipment, the range of possible applications of Broadcom silicon. Includes a optical solution the choice to focus on SP is interesting, does this imply that All of these products run IPinfusion software. Broadcom Talking about the …
I broadly consider Gluware an automation engine that can deliver effective automation inside an brownfield network. That is, its multi-vendor, multi- technology (e.g. switches / firewalls, routers, QOS,) and works with the existing tooling such as CLI. So you don t have to buy new hardware to start the SDN …
Today on the Datanauts podcast, sponsor Big Switch talks about its cloud-first networking initiative and new products that aim to make your public and private clouds operationally consistent. The post Datanauts 142: Cloud-First Networking With Big Switch Networks (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Today's Full Stack Journey podcast peers into the future of security with guest James Holland. We talk about how security is moving up the stack, the use of automation, and what non-security folks can do to improve their organizations' security posture. The post Full Stack Journey 023: The Future Of …
Arrcus is a startup that s built a modern network operating system for the disaggregated networking market. They are running on $15M of Series A funding, and as of 16-July-2018, they have emerged from stealth. In this briefing, Arrcus shared some of the details behind ArcOS, their core product offering. …
Today's Network Break analyzes Broadcom's surprising bid for CA, Intel's eASIC purchase, a mysterious new venture from Viptela's founders & more tech news The post Network Break 193: Broadcom Acquires CA; Intel Picks Up eASIC appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Russ White returns to the podcast to discuss the pros and cons of information hiding in the control plane. The post Show 398: The Tradeoffs Of Information Hiding In The Control Plane appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Today on the Packet Pushers Priority Queue, we get nerdy about disaggregation with sponsor Cisco. Specifically, we look at disaggregation options with Cisco's IOS-XR software. The post PQ 151: Cisco And The Art Of Disaggregation With IOS-XR (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
On today's IPv6 Buzz, we chat with Stephan Lagerholm of T-Mobile to learn about the uptake of IPv6 in mobile networks and why 464XLAT is a critical translation mechanism for mobile IPv6. The post IPv6 Buzz 004: IPv6 And Mobile Network Operators appeared first on Packet Pushers.
On today s Datanauts episode, we talk to Justin Garrison, a senior systems engineer, about managing cloud native applications. We cover the challenges of managing a microservices architecture, sidecars, troubleshooting and more The post Datanauts 141: Managing Cloud-Native Applications appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Take a Network Break! Today we analyze Dell's return to the public market, Vodafone's optical whitebox tests, an LTE vulnerability & more tech news. The post Network Break 192: Dell Goes Public Again; Vodafone Trials Whitebox Optical appeared first on Packet Pushers.
The Packet Pushers' Future Of Networking series continues with guest Peter Wohlers. We discuss the impact of cloud, SDN hype, the evolution of networking skills & more. The post Show 397: The Future Of Networking With Peter Wohlers appeared first on Packet Pushers.