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 1041 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 16 days 15 hours 29 minutes


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Show 285: IETF Routing Area Update

Todays Weekly Show explores new projects in the IETF Routing Area, and examines the organizations role in an age where open-source projects are driving ad hoc standards.


 2016-04-22  n/a

Datanauts 032: CoreOS, Tectonic & Building A Better Data Center

The Datanauts delve into CoreOS, a lightweight, Unix-like operating system that aims to make deploying containers as simple as ordering Earl Grey tea on your food replicator.


 2016-04-20  n/a

Network Break 83: Smartphones Slip & PCs Plummet; Intel Targets IoT

This weeks Network Break ponders the fate of the PC, examines Intels IoT moves in China, and digs into tech news from Cisco, Juniper, Facebook, Huawei and more.


 2016-04-18  n/a

Show 284: Design & Build 10: Data Center Fabric

On todays edition of Design & Build we ll talk through a data center business problem and solution that led our guest Tom Grisham to install Cisco Dynamic Fabric Automation. Well talk about the good, the bad and the in-between.


 2016-04-15  n/a

PQ Show 77: Location-Aware Apps With Aruba Meridian (Sponsored)

Todays Priority Queue, sponsored by Aruba, talks about wireless location services. We examine use cases for location services, and dive into Arubas Meridian platform for building location features into mobile applications.


 2016-04-14  n/a

Datanauts 031: Challenges Of DIY OpenStack

Today on Datanauts, Tony Bourke joins us to share his experiences rolling his own distribution of OpenStack. We dig into the hows, whys, and the challenges.


 2016-04-13  n/a

Network Break 82: Brocade Buys Ruckus, Cisco Sells 10 Million Nexus 3000 Ports

Take a Network Break and dive into our tasty selection of tech news, including Brocades purchase of Ruckus Wireless, Ciscos latest milestone with its Nexus 3000 line, our debate on whether Apple should build its own cloud, and more!


 2016-04-11  n/a

Show 283: Deepfield Puts Network Telemetry To Work (Sponsored)

Today s show, sponsored by Deepfield, is about leveraging real-time telemetry data from routers and servers to more efficiently orchestrate traffic, assure service quality, and secure your network.


 2016-04-08  n/a

PQ Show 76: Understanding Aruba’s Unified Wired And Wireless Roadmap (Sponsored)

On todays Priority Queue show, sponsored by Aruba, we get a detailed update on the integration roadmap between Aruba and HPE Networking product lines.


 2016-04-06  n/a

Datanauts 030: Breaking Skill Silos With Matt Simmons

The Datanauts discuss the career path of a technical professional to talk about how and when to update skills. They explore a few of the tools and technologies worth getting comfortable with.


 2016-04-06  n/a