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The most popular shows from the Packet Pushers Podcast Network in one feed. 1-The Weekly Show (network engineering). 2-Priority Queue (even more network engineering). 3-Datanauts (the full IT stack including cloud). 4-Network Break (IT news and analysis from the week). 5-Briefings In Brief (interesting vendor stories in 15 minutes or less).

Latest Episodes

Heavy Networking 472: Grappling With Wireless QoS

If you are deploying an enterprise QoS scheme, wireless QoS matters to you. On today's episode, we go through the basics of wireless QoS, covering some of the standards, terminology, and thinking required to get your head around how we can prioritize packets over a shared medium. Our guest is Ryan Adzima.

53 MIN23 hours ago
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Heavy Networking 472: Grappling With Wireless QoS

Day Two Cloud 018: “I’m Not As Terrified As I Was” – Making The Transition To Cloud And DevOps

You’ve heard whispers of a new project code-named Daedalus; something to do with multi-cloud, GCP, Terraform, CI/CD, and Git. You have a vague sense of what all of those things are, and a clear sense of dread that you’ll end up assigned to this labyrinthine mess. Lo and behold, you’ve got an email from your Resource Coordinator congratulating you on being selected for this exciting new endeavor. How do you architect a new cloud solution while learning on the fly, without soaring too close to imposter syndrome and melting your wings? That’s our topic on this episode of Day Two Cloud. My guest is Aaron Strong, a Cloud Architect for the Burwood Group and a fellow Cloud Field Day delegate. We discuss: * Aaron’s technical background in Windows infrastructure * How consulting projects drove him toward the cloud and DevOps practices * His experiences with tools including Terraform and GitHub * Why it’s essential to ask for help and time when you’re learning on the fly * Building a s...

35 MIN3 days ago
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Day Two Cloud 018: “I’m Not As Terrified As I Was” – Making The Transition To Cloud And DevOps

Network Break 252: Big Tech Backlash Hits Google; Activist Investor Tells AT&T To Slash And Burn

On today's Network Break podcast, Google is the latest tech giant to face a tech backlash as U.S. Attorneys General launch an antitrust investigation, AT&T comes under fire from an activist investor, Microsoft partners with satellite broadband providers on ExpressRoute, Gigamon rolls out new software, and more tech news.

61 MIN5 days ago
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Network Break 252: Big Tech Backlash Hits Google; Activist Investor Tells AT&T To Slash And Burn

Tech Bytes: Oracle And The Failsafe SD-WAN (Sponsored)

You’re listening to Tech Bytes from the Packet Pushers, a 15-minute podcast that gives you a quick but comprehensive look at products and technologies in the real world. Today’s sponsor is Oracle, and we’re talking about SD-WAN. In particular, we look at the notion of failsafe SD-WAN and what that means for how Oracle sets itself apart in a very competitive market. Our guest is Andy Gottlieb, VP, SD-WAN Solutions at Oracle. We discuss: * How Oracle emphasizes high availability and quality of experience to provide a failsafe SD-WAN * Key capabilities including continuous unidirectional measurement and sub-second response to network events * Product differentiation * More Show Links: Oracle.com/sd-wan https://www.talari.com/white_paper/failsafe-software-defined-wans/ https://www.oracle.com/industries/communications/solutions/sdwan.html

14 MIN5 days ago
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Tech Bytes: Oracle And The Failsafe SD-WAN (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 471: Routing-Centric Transformation With Arrcus’s ArcOS (Sponsored)

Today's Heavy Networking welcomes back sponsor Arrcus to discuss the latest advancements in its ArcOS NOS, including support for Jericho2 ASICs, the new ArcIQ Analytics platform, and the vote of confidence from investors in the form of a $30 million funding round. Our guests are Keyur Patel, CTO and founder; and Murali Gandluru, VP of Product Management.

41 MIN1 weeks ago
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Heavy Networking 471: Routing-Centric Transformation With Arrcus’s ArcOS (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 470: Why Does Networking Evolve So Slowly?

Packet Pushers host Greg Ferro found slides from a presentation he gave in 1999, and many of the points he raised are still relevant 20 years on. Why does networking take so long to change? The Packet Pushers and guests Jeremy Filliben, a CCDE trainer; and Emma Cardinal-Richards, a senior network architect; share their insights and opinions.

66 MIN1 weeks ago
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Heavy Networking 470: Why Does Networking Evolve So Slowly?

Heavy Networking 469: Actionable QoS Monitoring

QoS is hard to monitor. How do you know you’ve gotten it right? If it’s not working the way you want, how can you tell? To help us form a network design strategy to cope with these QoS gotchas is Peter Welcher, a network architect at NetCraftsmen.

76 MIN1 weeks ago
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Heavy Networking 469: Actionable QoS Monitoring

Network Break 251: AWS Outage Is A Backup Reminder; What’s New At FutureNET?

Today's Network Break podcast delves into an AWS outage, tracks a slump in server sales, examines acquisitions by Commvault and Microsoft, and shares highlights from VMworld's FutureNET program. Guest Ed Horley stops by to share commentary and insights.

55 MIN1 weeks ago
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Network Break 251: AWS Outage Is A Backup Reminder; What’s New At FutureNET?

Datanauts 172: Getting Automation In Tune With Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) – Sponsored

In Datanauts episode 80, we bemoaned the state of network automation. In the many comments we received on that episode, one especially stuck out to me. Here’s a paraphrase. “Tools like Cisco Network Services Orchestrator can automate an entire network, and not just push config changes box by box. You tell the tool what your network is, and the tool computes the changes needed throughout the network for you.” Today, we’re going to chat with sponsor Cisco about Network Services Orchestrator, and see how network automation has improved in the last couple of years. Our guest is Carl Moberg, Technology Director at Cisco Systems. Carl provides background on Network Services Orchestrator and delves into key issues including: * NSO support for Cisco and non-Cisco physical and virtual gear * The NSO architecture and configuration workflows * NSO use cases * The service developer role and how it fits into NSO * Network automation challenges * New features and capabilities * More Show Link...

67 MIN2 weeks ago
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Datanauts 172: Getting Automation In Tune With Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) – Sponsored

Day Two Cloud 017: Grappling With Multi-Cloud’s Operational Implications

Your CIO recently returned from a global strategy summit in Vegas and sent an all-company memo announcing that the company’s cloud-first strategy is now a “multi-cloud” strategy. Then your boss wanders in to ask you how long until that multi-cloud strategy will be fully implemented. You wonder what they mean by multi-cloud. Do they even know? Why is the organization doing this? Why is my coffee cold? Today’s Day Two Cloud episode examines the motivations that drive organizations to multi-cloud, and the consequences of that decision. Going multi-cloud may sound like a great idea–and it might actually be, depending on your organization’s needs–but it’s full of trap doors in terms of training, operations, security, and cost. My guest is Alex Neihaus, a Cloud Infrastructure Architect with Air11 Technology. We discuss the business, technical, and process implications of multi-cloud. Show Links: Alex Neihaus on Twitter Yobyot.com

49 MIN2 weeks ago
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Day Two Cloud 017: Grappling With Multi-Cloud’s Operational Implications

Latest Episodes

Heavy Networking 472: Grappling With Wireless QoS

If you are deploying an enterprise QoS scheme, wireless QoS matters to you. On today's episode, we go through the basics of wireless QoS, covering some of the standards, terminology, and thinking required to get your head around how we can prioritize packets over a shared medium. Our guest is Ryan Adzima.

53 MIN23 hours ago
Comments
Heavy Networking 472: Grappling With Wireless QoS

Day Two Cloud 018: “I’m Not As Terrified As I Was” – Making The Transition To Cloud And DevOps

You’ve heard whispers of a new project code-named Daedalus; something to do with multi-cloud, GCP, Terraform, CI/CD, and Git. You have a vague sense of what all of those things are, and a clear sense of dread that you’ll end up assigned to this labyrinthine mess. Lo and behold, you’ve got an email from your Resource Coordinator congratulating you on being selected for this exciting new endeavor. How do you architect a new cloud solution while learning on the fly, without soaring too close to imposter syndrome and melting your wings? That’s our topic on this episode of Day Two Cloud. My guest is Aaron Strong, a Cloud Architect for the Burwood Group and a fellow Cloud Field Day delegate. We discuss: * Aaron’s technical background in Windows infrastructure * How consulting projects drove him toward the cloud and DevOps practices * His experiences with tools including Terraform and GitHub * Why it’s essential to ask for help and time when you’re learning on the fly * Building a s...

35 MIN3 days ago
Comments
Day Two Cloud 018: “I’m Not As Terrified As I Was” – Making The Transition To Cloud And DevOps

Network Break 252: Big Tech Backlash Hits Google; Activist Investor Tells AT&T To Slash And Burn

On today's Network Break podcast, Google is the latest tech giant to face a tech backlash as U.S. Attorneys General launch an antitrust investigation, AT&T comes under fire from an activist investor, Microsoft partners with satellite broadband providers on ExpressRoute, Gigamon rolls out new software, and more tech news.

61 MIN5 days ago
Comments
Network Break 252: Big Tech Backlash Hits Google; Activist Investor Tells AT&T To Slash And Burn

Tech Bytes: Oracle And The Failsafe SD-WAN (Sponsored)

You’re listening to Tech Bytes from the Packet Pushers, a 15-minute podcast that gives you a quick but comprehensive look at products and technologies in the real world. Today’s sponsor is Oracle, and we’re talking about SD-WAN. In particular, we look at the notion of failsafe SD-WAN and what that means for how Oracle sets itself apart in a very competitive market. Our guest is Andy Gottlieb, VP, SD-WAN Solutions at Oracle. We discuss: * How Oracle emphasizes high availability and quality of experience to provide a failsafe SD-WAN * Key capabilities including continuous unidirectional measurement and sub-second response to network events * Product differentiation * More Show Links: Oracle.com/sd-wan https://www.talari.com/white_paper/failsafe-software-defined-wans/ https://www.oracle.com/industries/communications/solutions/sdwan.html

14 MIN5 days ago
Comments
Tech Bytes: Oracle And The Failsafe SD-WAN (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 471: Routing-Centric Transformation With Arrcus’s ArcOS (Sponsored)

Today's Heavy Networking welcomes back sponsor Arrcus to discuss the latest advancements in its ArcOS NOS, including support for Jericho2 ASICs, the new ArcIQ Analytics platform, and the vote of confidence from investors in the form of a $30 million funding round. Our guests are Keyur Patel, CTO and founder; and Murali Gandluru, VP of Product Management.

41 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Heavy Networking 471: Routing-Centric Transformation With Arrcus’s ArcOS (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 470: Why Does Networking Evolve So Slowly?

Packet Pushers host Greg Ferro found slides from a presentation he gave in 1999, and many of the points he raised are still relevant 20 years on. Why does networking take so long to change? The Packet Pushers and guests Jeremy Filliben, a CCDE trainer; and Emma Cardinal-Richards, a senior network architect; share their insights and opinions.

66 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Heavy Networking 470: Why Does Networking Evolve So Slowly?

Heavy Networking 469: Actionable QoS Monitoring

QoS is hard to monitor. How do you know you’ve gotten it right? If it’s not working the way you want, how can you tell? To help us form a network design strategy to cope with these QoS gotchas is Peter Welcher, a network architect at NetCraftsmen.

76 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Heavy Networking 469: Actionable QoS Monitoring

Network Break 251: AWS Outage Is A Backup Reminder; What’s New At FutureNET?

Today's Network Break podcast delves into an AWS outage, tracks a slump in server sales, examines acquisitions by Commvault and Microsoft, and shares highlights from VMworld's FutureNET program. Guest Ed Horley stops by to share commentary and insights.

55 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Network Break 251: AWS Outage Is A Backup Reminder; What’s New At FutureNET?

Datanauts 172: Getting Automation In Tune With Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) – Sponsored

In Datanauts episode 80, we bemoaned the state of network automation. In the many comments we received on that episode, one especially stuck out to me. Here’s a paraphrase. “Tools like Cisco Network Services Orchestrator can automate an entire network, and not just push config changes box by box. You tell the tool what your network is, and the tool computes the changes needed throughout the network for you.” Today, we’re going to chat with sponsor Cisco about Network Services Orchestrator, and see how network automation has improved in the last couple of years. Our guest is Carl Moberg, Technology Director at Cisco Systems. Carl provides background on Network Services Orchestrator and delves into key issues including: * NSO support for Cisco and non-Cisco physical and virtual gear * The NSO architecture and configuration workflows * NSO use cases * The service developer role and how it fits into NSO * Network automation challenges * New features and capabilities * More Show Link...

67 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Datanauts 172: Getting Automation In Tune With Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) – Sponsored

Day Two Cloud 017: Grappling With Multi-Cloud’s Operational Implications

Your CIO recently returned from a global strategy summit in Vegas and sent an all-company memo announcing that the company’s cloud-first strategy is now a “multi-cloud” strategy. Then your boss wanders in to ask you how long until that multi-cloud strategy will be fully implemented. You wonder what they mean by multi-cloud. Do they even know? Why is the organization doing this? Why is my coffee cold? Today’s Day Two Cloud episode examines the motivations that drive organizations to multi-cloud, and the consequences of that decision. Going multi-cloud may sound like a great idea–and it might actually be, depending on your organization’s needs–but it’s full of trap doors in terms of training, operations, security, and cost. My guest is Alex Neihaus, a Cloud Infrastructure Architect with Air11 Technology. We discuss the business, technical, and process implications of multi-cloud. Show Links: Alex Neihaus on Twitter Yobyot.com

49 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Day Two Cloud 017: Grappling With Multi-Cloud’s Operational Implications