On today's Weekly Show we talk about how to build a network automation framework. Scripting repeatable tasks is just the beginning. Guest Ken Celenza joins us to get into the details about automation principles, data models and schemas, testing code, and more.
Stress is a fairly constant feeling when it comes to piloting a galaxy class battle cruiser around the galaxy. From dealing with personnel requests to battling evil lizard droids in sector 8, the job can weigh you down. What might be done about it?
That’s the topic of today’s Datanauts episode. Our guest is Eric Shanks, a senior solutions architect at Ahead. He also blogs at The It Hollow.
Eric has blogged recently about his own efforts to understand why he’s stressed, and a few t...
Listen to the latest Network Break podcast for analysis on big acquisitions from Cisco and Arista, the latest IaaS market share numbers, Google's reportedly censor-friendly search app, and more tech news.
Today's Priority Queue podcast looks at what's new with key IETF networking projects including RIFT, BIER and PPR, as well as standards efforts around SD-WAN. Our guests are Russ White and Jeff Tantsura.
Free Range Routing is an open-source routing stack. On today's Weekly Show we get updates on the project, a peak at the roadmap, an insider's view of how features are chosen, architectural issues, and more. Donald Sharp is our guest.
Learn the latest developments in IETF projects including RIFT, BIER and PPR, as well as standardization efforts for SD-WAN, and what's new with YANG. Russ White and Jeff Tantsura join Ethan Banks to share what they know.
Google focuses on hybrid cloud with Managed Istio and GKE On-Prem, plus a Google Next wrap-up on this week s Network Break. Plus analysis on revenue earnings from Juniper and Intel, and more tech news.