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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 ?
 
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What would you build if you could treat your network infrastructure programmatically? That’s what we’re going to consider in today’s sponsored Heavy Networking episode with Nokia. Nokia’s SR-Linux is infrastructure-as-code friendly, and their NetOps Development Kit allows you to think of the network as data models and build all kinds of useful tool…
 
Merit Network is a non-profit ISP that provides network and security services for universities, K-12 schools, libraries, and other educational communities in Michigan. On today's IPv6 Buzz we speak with Lola Killey, Infrastructure and Research Support Analyst, about how Merit encouraged IPv6 adoption and what other institutions can learn from that …
 
On today's Day Two Cloud we talk trends and predictions in cloud computing, including emerging technologies such as Web assembly, rivals to Kubernetes, and the role of GitOps in infrastructure as code. Our guest is Adrian Mouat, Chief Scientist at Container Solutions. His blog post "10 Predictions for the Future of Computing or; the Inane Ramblings…
 
Today on Tech Bytes podcast we look at new features in Palo Alto Networks Prisma SASE and Prisma SD-WAN, including digital experience management for home and branch users, new Cloudblades, a new appliance, and enhanced AI Ops capabilities. The post Tech Bytes: What’s New With Palo Alto Networks Prisma SD-WAN 5.6 (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet…
 
Today on the Network Break, we discuss Marvell's choice of the Dent network OS for its Prestera silicon, Microsoft shares details about how its Azure cloud service thwarted a 2.4Tbps DDoS attack, a researcher shares details on snooping data from a copper patch lead, and other tech tidbits. The post Network Break 355: Azure Brags About DDoS Protecti…
 
Today on Heavy Networking, all about improving email security with SPF (Sender Policy Framework), DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance), and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail). Our guest is Alex Blackie. He wrote an article on Email Authenticity 101 that I thought explained these topics really well. If you're a domain…
 
Ethan Banks & Ned Bellavance have a tech discussion with CEO Doug Murray and CTO Vishal Jain about multi-cloud security startup Valtix. Along the way, we find out that Valtix is a cloud-delivered security control-plane paired with a data-plane of enforcement points (sort of firewalls, but not exactly) delivered between any two points in the cloud y…
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we’re talking Zero Trust Network Access, or ZTNA, with sponsor Fortinet. As organizations grapple with controlling end user access to applications and services, particularly when those end users and applications could be anywhere, Fortinet is here to make the case that it’s the right platform for ZTNA. Our guest […] …
 
This week on Network Break, VMware disgorges a slew of announcements at VMworld 2021, Facebook shoots itself in the foot with BGP and DNS bullets, Marvell announces new silicon for Data Processing Units (DPUs), and more tech news analysis. The post Network Break 354: VMworld’s Constipation, Facebook Footgun, Marvell 5nm DPUs appeared first on Packe…
 
Cisco ThousandEyes is a long-time Packet Pushers sponsor, and we're going to probe deeply to discuss the latest feature additions that will bring you the data you need. And, since it’s been just about a year since ThousandEyes was acquired by Cisco, we’ll also discuss how ThousandEyes is being integrated into the gargantuan Cisco product portfolio.…
 
How does a company building a product from an open-source project get off the ground? How does it communicate its value, attract contributors, and develop a user base? And how does it spread the word without turning off engineers with typical tech marketing? Guest Emily Omier is a positioning consultant who helps companies and projects get it right…
 
This week's Network Break talks about a new data center chassis from Juniper, why Akamai spent $600 million to buy security company Guardicore, what happened to Zoom's big acquisition of a contact center company, and more tech news. The post Network Break 353: New Juniper Chassis Tops 400G; Akamai Spends Big Money On Microsegmentation appeared firs…
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we look at a global SD-WAN deployment for manufacturing company IMMI, which makes vehicle safety products, including products for school buses and military vehicles. Our guest is Tom Braden, VP of Enterprise Technology at IMMI, and our sponsor is HPE Aruba. The post Tech Bytes: Global Manufacturer Taps Aruba EdgeConn…
 
Internet exchange points are networks you can use to connect to some other exchange participant. Sounds like maybe that’s a service provider thing, and it can be. But IXPs are useful for businesses, too. In this episode of Heavy Networking, we’re going to learn about IXPs, and non-profit IXPs in particular. The post Heavy Networking 600: Inside A N…
 
ZPE Systems presented at a recent Network Field Day. Founded in 2013, ZPE Systems focuses on two markets: providing out-of-band management for infrastructure, and providing universal CPE for remote and edge locations. The uCPE gear can run third-party VNFs, including firewalling and SD-WAN functions from your favorite vendors. The post Briefings In…
 
Today on the Day Two Cloud podcast we have a sponsored show with Akamai and a customer, IBM Cloud. When IBM rebuilt its Cloud Console from a monolithic application to microservices, the company turned to Akamai to help improve application performance while also supporting routing, failover, and availability across six global data centers. We get de…
 
You’ve heard of the last mile problem. Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we’re talking problems with the last six feet. With work-from-anywhere becoming commonplace, one of the hardest challenges for IT is how to measure user experience and troubleshoot problems happening somewhere between the desktop and a home router. Our sponsor AppNeta has some i…
 
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