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 498: Creating A Single Source Of Truth For Network Automation


For network automation you need a single source of truth that’s programmatically accessible, reflects intended state, and enables others to stand up infrastructure correctly without you getting in the middle of every provisioning request.


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Day Two Cloud 031: Melding Network Automation With CI/CD Pipelines And Infrastructure As Code (Sponsored)


Today's Day Two Cloud episode explores network automation through the lenses of infrastructure as code and CI/CD pipelines. As network automation permeates organizations, does it make sense for network engineers to adopt more developer-like processes,


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Network Break 266: Accenture Buys Symantec Security Services Biz; Cisco Reorganizes Around Intent-Based Networking


Today's Network Break analyzes an HPE/Cumulus Networks deal on Ethernet storage switches, yet another open-source network OS project from the Linux Foundation, Accenture's purchase of Symantec's security services biz from Broadcom,


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Tech Bytes: Cushman & Wakefield Taps Silver Peak SD-WAN For Cloud-First Goals (Sponsored)


On today's Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Silver Peak, we talk with Cushman & Wakefield about how the global real estate company is using SD-WAN to enable its cloud-first goals. Our guest is Chris Butcher, Platform Architect, Global Networks,


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Heavy Networking 497: Good Reasons To Start Your Tech Blog


If one of your New Year's resolutions is to blog more, or start a blog, this episode is for you. We discuss the benefits of technical blogging including raising your profile, improving your own understanding, contributing to the community,


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Day Two Cloud 030: The Gnarly Challenges Of Edge Computing


On today's Day Two Cloud podcast, Rob Hirschfeld joins us to examine the challenges of working in edge environments. Many of those challenges include the infrastructure itself: how to provision, configure, and operate equipment in remote locations,


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BiB086 – Space Networks, 5G and Autonomous Cars


Based on what we know about Space Networks like Starlink, I propose that next generation cars won't use 5G. Its doesn't make sense to deal with telcos.


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BiB085 – Data Driven Infrastructure – Is that a thing ?


Software Defined Infrastrcture has changed the way we operate networks but little impact on the process of design or decision making. Doing the same old thing better isn't enough, enter Data Driven Infrastructure.


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Day Two Cloud 029: Kubernetes Needs To Disappear


This is a special holiday episode of Day Two Cloud with guest Kelsey Hightower, a Kubernetes evangelist and contributor. We discuss the current state of Kubernetes and the future for this orchestration platform,


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Network Break: The 2019 Wrap-Up Show


In our last episode of 2019, we cover several follow-ups and discuss news from Google and Cisco, and examine a new industry consortium to connect smart home devices. Have a happy holiday and a great new year and we'll see you in 2020.


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