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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Network Break 304: The VMworld 2020 Roundup; Arista Acquires Awake Security


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Kit Colbert is the VP & CTO, Cloud Platform BU at VMware. In this briefing, Drew Conry-Murray and Ethan Banks reflect on a Zoom conversation they had with Kit during VMworld 2020. The context of the conversation was simple enough. Harshly stated,


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Day Two Cloud 068: Achieving Crucial Cloud Visibility With Riverbed (Sponsored)


Today's show explores cloud visibility with sponsor Riverbed. Perhaps best known for its Steelhead WAN optimization appliances, Riverbed has a suite of solutions that target cloud performance and visibility, and we'll get to know them.


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Tech Bytes: SD-WAN Is Good Medicine For Healthcare Provider’s Video App (Sponsored)


Urgent care company PM Pediatrics relies on SD-WAN from Fortinet to provide the performance and security to support real-time voice and video applications as well as other critical apps, and to help cut bandwidth costs and streamline operations.


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Network Break 303: Ericsson Acquires Cradlepoint For WAN Connectivity; HPE/Silver Peak Deal Closes


Today's Network Break starts with follow-up to correct a few items, and then dives into Ericsson's Cradlepoint acquisition. On the acquisition front, HPE finalizes its Silver Peak purchase, Kentik adds synthetics to its visibility platform,


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Heavy Networking 541: An Update On Free Range Routing


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Network Break 302: Nvidia Bids Billions For Arm; VMware Melds Kubernetes With vSphere


It's a baker's dozen of tech news in today's Network Break episode. We analyze Nvidia's $40 billion bid for Arm, Broadcom's banishment of Cumulus, vSphere's Kubernetes injection via Tanzu, a new hardware strategy from Extreme,


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