The Fat Pipe Of The Packet Pushers Podcasts

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).

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Heavy Networking 493: Taming Service Provider Complexity In 5G Networks (Sponsored)


5G presents a new set of challenges for service provider networks. As networks become increasingly dynamic and distributed to deliver an ever-evolving set of services, providers have to contend with increased complexity.


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Network Break 264: Broadcom’s New Tomahawk 4 Hits 25.6Tbps; Juniper Announces SD-LAN For EX Switches


Take a Network Break! Broadcom ships its fastest ASIC yet, the 15.6Tbps Tomahawk 4; Juniper Networks gets a new CTO, enables cloud control of its EX switches; and rolls out new CPE; Palo Alto Networks reports its latest quarterly financials,


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Tech Bytes: Vitec Group Transforms Its WAN With Silver Peak’s SD-WAN (Sponsored)


Vitec Group has transformed its global WAN with an SD-WAN rollout from Silver Peak. The company has boosted the performance of critical business applications, reduced backup latency by 70%, and decommissioned expensive MPLS circuits in favor of DIA.


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Heavy Networking 492: Using Streaming Telemetry To Inform And Enhance Automation (Sponsored)


Streaming telemetry is an essential element in a network automation framework. On today's Heavy Networking, sponsor Juniper Networks joins the podcast to discuss how telemetry differs from traditional monitoring such as SNMP,


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BiB084 – Public Clouds Are Proprietary and Dont Care About You


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Day Two Cloud 026: Build Cloud-Native Networks With Aviatrix (Sponsored)


Today on Day Two Cloud, we talk about multi-cloud networking with sponsor Aviatrix. Aviatrix has built a networking solution that’s multi-cloud capable and leverages cloud-native constructs wherever possible.


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Heavy Networking 491: Real-Life Segment Routing & PCE


Heavy Networking revisits segment routing on today's episode. This time we look at segment routing as it's being use in an international science network. Our guest is Nick Buraglio. We discuss which flavor of segment routing in use,


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Tech Bytes: Arista Targets Cloud-Native Networking With CloudEOS


On today's Tech Bytes episode, sponsor Arista Networks introduces us to CloudEOS, a cloud-native version of Arista's network operating system. CloudEOS is designed to provide a common operational experience from private clouds to public clouds and all ...


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Network Break 263: The Holiday Analyst Party Episode


Today's Network Break is an Analyst Holiday Party. Instead of news coverage, we examine a few broad topics including whether Kubernetes has legs in the enterprise, the complexities of multi-cloud, the recent financial woes of legacy networking vendors,...


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Heavy Networking 490: Lessons Learned From A Large SD-WAN Deployment


With more than 2,800 branch deployments in North America alone, our guest Snehal Patel is running one of the largest SD-WAN deployments on the globe. He stops by the Heavy Networking podcast to share his experiences, both good and bad,


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