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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, Chief Customer Officer; and Mike Hustler, CTO. The post Tech Bytes: Optimizing Performance And IT Sup…
 
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. We also cover a whopping-big acquisition by Microsoft, and what a drought in Taiwan means for the silicon supply c…
 
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. Our guests are Ken Celenza and Brett Lykins from Network To Code. The post Heavy Networking 573: Using …
 
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 meeting business requirements—and how they aren’t. The point of app modernization is to determine wh…
 
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, and the ability to export telemetry to third-party devices and services. Our guest is Bill Pruitt, Sr. Product Manager, SD-WAN. The…
 
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, and why you can blame cosmic rays the next time there's a network problem. The post Network Break 328: Arista CloudVisio…
 
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 cloud-delivered security services. Our guests are Marc Ashworth, CISO at First Bank; and Damon Ennis,…
 
This week's IPv6 Buzz episode features Justine Vick, network architect and engineer and Microsoft veteran whose IPv6 work dates back to the earliest inclusion of the protocol in Windows.We talk about why Microsoft supported and deployed IPv6 early, support challenges in-house and externally, how IPv6 affects software development, and more. The post…
 
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, Senior Developer Advocate for the Serverless Product Group at AWS. This is not a sponsored show. The post Day Two Clou…
 
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. The post Tech Bytes: Prioritizing Identity And Zero Trust Across The Network With Aruba (Sponsored) appea…
 
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. We also examine reports that Amazon is designing its own switch ASIC, and discuss new research on harvesting power from 5G ele…
 
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 modern application security on March 31, 2021. The post BiB100: Zero Trust With Araali Networks a…
 
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 pure gold. We talk about how it works, and how you can put your own together. The post Heavy Netwo…
 
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. The post Day Two Cloud 091: BGP School For Cloud People appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
On today's sponsored Heavy Networking podcast we examine the use of SmartNICs and DPUs to offload networking and security processes. We also discuss the use of the SONiC network OS to run on SmartNICs and DPUs, with P4 as a programming layer. Dell Technologies is our sponsor, and our guest from Dell is Ihab Tarazi, Sr. VP and Networking CTO. The po…
 
oday on the Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, we dive into Prisma Access 2.0 and how it differs from the first-generation version. We talk about cloud-delivered security, Zero Trust Network Access, the return of proxies, and the importance of user experience management for distributed work. The post Tech Bytes: Inside The Latest …
 
Can Pat Gelsinger refloat the Intel container ship? Is Cloudflare's new magic WAN service all that new? What's behind the Fortinet/Linksys partnership? Is a tweet really worth $2.9 million? This week's Network Break podcast ponders these and other tech questions, plus listener FUs. The post Network Break 326: Cloudflare Announces New WAN Services; …
 
5G, IoT, and low-latency virtualized edge services present a major opportunity for providers and enterprises to build and consume new services in the metro network. On today's Heavy Networking episode, sponsor Juniper Networks is here to share its vision of new metro architectures. Our guests are Amit Bhardwaj, Sr. Director Product Management; and …
 
Today's IPv6 Buzz guest, Doug Montgomery, is manager of Internet and scalable systems research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which has been critical in helping standardize IPv6 interoperability standards and testing. The post IPv6 Buzz 072: NIST And Testing IPv6 Interoperability appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
HashiCorp Vault is a management tool that stores and controls access to sensitive data (passwords, certificates, API keys, and so on). Today's Day Two Cloud is a deep dive on Vault and its use cases. This is an unsponsored show that came together unexpectedly due to a scheduling issue. The post Day Two Cloud 090: Hashicorp Vault For Beginners appea…
 
This week's Network Break podcast discusses VMware's purchase of API security startup Mesh7, looks at a new security option for third-party Web components from Tala Security, and analyzes why Gartner is so bullish on the SONiC network OS. We also speculate on motivations behind Google's real estate spending spree, and hand out a nice selection of v…
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Gluware, we discuss automating cloud networks. Our guest is Mike Haugh, VP of Product Marketing. Mike takes us through how Gluware worked with a customer to integrate with Terraform to automate standing up AWS resources. The post Tech Bytes: Automating Cloud Networks With Gluware (Sponsored) appeared fi…
 
Today's Heavy Networking explores how to communicate complex, nuanced technical topics to non-technical people. We examine how to balance finicky details with broader outcomes, discuss the value of editing and review, share writing tips, and more. The post Heavy Networking 568: Effective Technical Communication appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Network engineer and AWS product manager Nick Matthews visits the Day Two Cloud podcast to talk about the newest cloud networking capabilities in AWS. We also discuss common design mistakes, what's happening with IPv6, SD-WAN and cloud, and more. The post Day Two Cloud 089: Connect All The Cloud Things – AWS Networking In 2021 appeared first on Pac…
 
In today's sponsored Heavy Networking podcast, Juniper Networks is here to make the case that service providers are building cloud services at the edge that enterprises can take advantage of. Joining us is Kevin Hutchins, SVP, Strategy & Product Management at Juniper, to assert that service providers can thrive and compete in a cloud-based economy,…
 
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) can work great for a single user, but what happens when lots of people are pushing changes? Scott Lowe and guest Tim Davis talk about the challenges of scaling IaC beyond a single engineer and provide practical insight into ways to address these challenges. Tim is Developer Advocate at Env0. The post Full Stack Journey …
 
Palo Alto Networks sponsors today's Tech Bytes. We drill into key differentiators of the Prisma SD-WAN platform including its use of machine learning, the unique CloudBlades offering, and its app-defined approach to path selection and policy enforcement. Our guest from Palo Alto Networks is Rohan Grover, Senior Director of Product Management. The p…
 
This week's Network Break discusses new ASICs from Cisco, new metadata fields in AWS VPC flow logs, a cloud visibility fabric from packet broker specialist Gigamon, lessons from a data center fire, and more tech news. The post Network Break 324: Cisco ASIC Hits 25.6Tbps; AWS Extends VPC Flow Logs For Better Visibility appeared first on Packet Pushe…
 
On today's Heavy Networking we dive into Intel's portfolio---including Tofino, SmartNICs, P4, and more---to understand how it unlocks the compute power of your data center. Our guest is Mike Zeile, Data Center Group Vice President and General Manager of End-to-End Network Applications at Intel. Intel is our sponsor. The post Heavy Networking 566: I…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode Ed, Scott, and Tom discuss how IPv6 fits into the SD-WAN picture and some of the considerations of deploying IPv6 with this networking technology. The post IPv6 Buzz 071: IPv6 And SD-WAN appeared first on Packet Pushers.โดย Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
Our guest is Taylor Desseyn, Sr. Recruiter Advocate at Vaco. Taylor knows tech recruiting forwards and backwards. He gives us an insider's view of how recruiters look at you and how you should look at them to maximize the benefit of the relationship. Because it IS a relationship. And like any relationship, you need to work at it. The post Day Two C…
 
Dutch manufacturer Wavin wanted to securely connect offices and factories. The company turned to Fortinet SD-WAN to support its cloud-first strategy and converge its IT/OT security requirements. Fortinet is the sponsor for this Tech Byte episode, and our guest from Wavin is Gerben Bremmer, Manager Networking Services EMEA. The post Tech Bytes: Manu…
 
This week's Network Break checks the fine print on a Google pledge to phase out third-party cookie tracking, examines a serious attack against Microsoft Exchange servers, dives into HPE's latest financial results, and analyzes more tech news. The post Network Break 323: Google To Swap 3rd-Party Cookies For Cohorts; Attackers Exploit On-Prem Exchang…
 
Does EIGRP need defending? Can this protocol even be defended? Ethan Banks and Zig Zsiga debate the case for EIGRP and discuss major use cases, design considerations, scaling tips, and more. The post Heavy Networking 565: In Defense Of EIGRP appeared first on Packet Pushers.โดย Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
Engineers are skeptical of vendor marketing, which is typically heavy on buzzwords and light on actual information. But technical marketing tries to change that dynamic by creating collateral to help engineers and practitioners understand a product. We get into this world with guest Martez Reed, Director of Technical Marketing at Morpheus Data. The…
 
On today's Network Break we discuss a slate of Juniper announcements around new integrations with its Mist platform, plus new switches. HPE acquires a SaaS company for controlling cloud and infrastructure costs, US telcos spend $81 billion on spectrum for 5G, and we dive into the latest round of financial results from SolarWinds, VMware, and Nutani…
 
On today's Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Aruba, we talk with Scott Shaw, Chief Technology Officer at law firm FordHarrison about his SD-WAN deployment. Shaw was able to retire legacy routers, boost performance of critical applications, and enable the law firm's work-from-anywhere strategy. The post Tech Bytes: Law Firm Relies On Aruba EdgeConnec…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom follow up on episode 44 and talk more about what it takes to build an IPv6 lab—both dual-stack and IPv6-only—as well as with physical hardware and in the cloud). The post IPv6 Buzz 070: Building An IPv6 Lab, Revisited appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Today's Heavy Networking episode is a grab bag of topics delivered in our community roundtable format. Five engineers join Ethan Banks and Greg Ferro to talk about subjects including IPv6, SmartNICs, firewall rule management, becoming a manager, and other topics. The post Heavy Networking 564: Seven Engineers At The Community Roundtable appeared fi…
 
On today's Tech Bytes podcast, we talk with sponsor ThousandEyes about monitoring remote access VPNs to get a clearer picture of connectivity and performance issues and to speed troubleshooting. Our guest is Alex Cruz Farmer, Principal Product Manager at ThousandEyes. The post Tech Bytes: Monitoring Remote Access VPN Performance With ThousandEyes (…
 
AWS needs a new CEO now that Andy Jassy has been tapped to run the Amazon mothership. Does the cloud giant need a high-powered, Type-A successor to drive AWS's growth, or is it now so dominant that a ham sandwich could run the company? That's the topic for discussion on today's Day Two Cloud podcast. The post Day Two Cloud 086: AWS Succession – Doe…
 
Today's Network Break discusses an acquisition by Palo Alto Networks that targets the security of Infrastructure as Code, a souped-up firewall for Microsoft Azure, a new private cloud option from Dell, commentary on the wisdom--or lack thereof--about gathering in person in Barcelona for a wireless convention, and more tech news. The post Network Br…
 
Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Aruba, dives into an SD-WAN deployment with InterBank. Guest Daniel Ruhl, Senior VP and Director of IT at InterBank, turned to Aruba's EdgeConnect SD-WAN edge platform to bond MPLS connections with broadband at each branch to improve the quality of experience while also retiring legacy infrastructure. The po…
 
On today’s Heavy Networking, we explore how to get network data you reference all the time and store it in a CSV using Ansible, the Genie parser, and Jinja2. Our guide for how to assemble these gears and get them cranking is John Capobianco, automation maven and Sr. IT Planner and Integrator for the House of Commons in the Canadian Parliament. The …
 
Let’s say I host my Infrastructure as Code provisioning stuff locally. It works. It’s nearby. I feel in control. Are there good reasons I should move that stuff to the cloud? Here to help us sort the pros and cons of that question is Calvin Hendryx-Parker. Calvin is the co-founder and CTO of Six Feet Up, a Python web application development company…
 
In today’s sponsored show with Juniper Networks, we dive into Juniper's Paragon product portfolio, which measures service quality for critical applications. The portfolio allows service providers and enterprises to get deeper visibility into, and automated control over, their networks. Our guests from Juniper to walk us through the portfolio are Pe…
 
Career changes and transitions seem inevitable in technology. When is the right time? How do you know you're ready? Is it a smart move? How do you deal with imposter syndrome? Full Stack Journey Scott Lowe and guest Massimo Re Ferre discuss these and other IT career questions. The post Full Stack Journey 051: Knowing When It’s Time For A Career Tra…
 
This week's Network Break dives into Juniper reorganizing and rebranding automation products as the Paragon portfolio, new SASE and ZTNA capabilities from Fortinet, the rise of cyber-insurance premiums, an HPE server getting launched into space, and more tech news. The post Network Break 320: Juniper Rebrands Service Provider Automation Offerings; …
 
Today's Tech Bytes podcast from the Packet Pushers is a conversation with Node4, a managed security service provider that's deploying and operating Fortinet’s Secure SD-WAN for its customers. Fortinet is our sponsor. Our guest from Node4 is Glenn Akester, Lead Network Services Architect. The post Tech Bytes: MSSP Partners With Fortinet To Deliver S…
 
In today's podcast, sponsored by IP Fabric, we dive into the IP Fabric Network Assurance platform. This platform gathers network configuration and state, and then builds a network model using a graph database. The result is a "digital twin" of the network that engineers and security teams can use for troubleshooting, to plan and verify changes, for…
 
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