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).

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 46m. Bisher sind 917 Folge(n) erschienen.

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Heavy Networking 529: Demystifying Automation With Low-Code Workflows (Sponsored)

Today's Heavy Networking explores a partnership between Juniper Networks and Anuta Networks to bring low-code network automation to service providers and enterprises. In this sponsored show, we'll dive into how Anuta's ATOM platform integrates with Jun...



Network Break 292: Nokia Debuts SR Linux Network OS; AT&T, Cisco Team Up On SD-WAN

On today's Network Break we discuss Nokia's new network OS, examine a Cisco/AT&T partnership on SD-WAN, and analyze Google's pullback from a cloud venture in China. We also cover a new video codec and an image format that will save bandwidth,



Tech Bytes: Intent-Based Networking And The Evolution Of Automation (Sponsored)

Today's Tech Bytes dives into Intent-Based Networking (IBN) as an evolution of network automation. Apstra is our sponsor for this episode and our guest is Mansour Karam, fouder and President. We discuss how IBN advances traditional automation,



Heavy Networking 528: If Automation Is So Great, Why Aren’t More Networks Automated? (Sponsored)

On today's Heavy Networking episode, sponsored by Cisco, we discuss reasons why automation isn't more pervasive, particularly in networking, and look at complications such as source of truth, getting state information, the need for orchestration,



Day Two Cloud 056: (Not) Streaming Telemetry

Streaming telemetry is all the rage, but today's show dives into an architecture that forgoes streaming telemetry in favor of other options. We talk about why our guests went in a different direction, the problems they're trying to solve,



Network Break 291: F5 Patches Severe Vulnerability; Senate Bill Aims To Weaken Encryption

Today's Network Break podcast discusses critical security patches from F5 and Palo Alto Networks, examines the implications of a Senate bill that targets encryption, and dives into VMware's latest acquisition.


 2020-07-06  31m

Heavy Networking 527: New Ideas For A Network Certification Program

Today's Heavy Networking explores ideas for designing a new networking certification program built around a network design challenge that focuses on broad, systems-oriented knowledge. The goal isn't to replace current certifications,


 2020-07-03  1h3m

BIB096 Considering KPIs For Network Operations

I was asked what Key Performance Indicators would I consider for an operational data network. I spent an hour coming up with ideas and here they are.  


 2020-07-01  10m

Day Two Cloud 055: Securing Cloud Infrastructure And Applications

Security is difficult and tricky, but we've got an amazing guest on today's Day Two Cloud podcast to help you improve your security posture and manage your cloud risk. Our guest is Tanya Janca, Founder, Security Trainer, and Coach at She Hacks Purple.


 2020-07-01  54m

Heavy Networking 526: Rethinking Your Global Enterprise WAN With Telia Carrier (Sponsored)

In today’s sponsored Heavy Networking podcast we talk to Telia Carrier. Telia runs its own global IP backbone, and as the public Internet becomes the de facto enterprise WAN, your choice of carrier becomes critical. Our guest is Mattias Fridström,


 2020-06-30  44m