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).
Take a Network Break! We cover HPE's virtual Discover event, including news on Greenlake and Ezmeral. LiveAction extends its portfolio with cloud monitoring, Anuta and Juniper partner around network automation,
Some of our favorite Heavy Networking discussions are with folks deep in the hot aisle making technology work. No slide decks, just engineers doing the thing. How did it go? What do you wish you had done differently? What worked out well?
We discuss the reality of running VMware Cloud (VMC) on AWS with Adam Fisher, Cloud & DevOps Engineer at RoundTower. Adam's been deploying VMC on AWS in the real world for customers since the product's early days, and has plenty of insights.
HPE Greenlake Common cloud platform – pivot to “edge-to-cloud platform-as-a-service company” cloud services, software and customer experiences. Greenlake in numbers: 4B in contract value , 1000 customers, 50 countries,
Cisco Live Virtual topics so SecureX, Webex Collaboration and the "Connected Experience" (even if we don't really know what that is). Palo Alto gets machine learning features into the latest PAN-OS release for malware scanning,
Today on Heavy Networking we cover network modeling using the Python Network Traffic Modeler, or pyNTM, an open-source tool. Creator Tim Fiola explains what network modeling is and how you can use this tool to help you make WAN design decisions and avo...
Monitoring is the topic for Day Two Cloud. Before you skip because you think it's boring, this conversation may change your mind. We dig into what's necessary to effectively monitor cloud-native and microservices applications to help you run infrastruc...
Today's Tech Bytes Podcast, sponsored by Aruba, discusses the AI capabilities in Aruba’s new Edge Services Platform or ESP; in particular, we explore Aruba's AIOps offering, and how artificial intelligence can improve day-to-day IT operations.
Take a Network Break! Aruba targets the enterprise edge with Aruba ESP and AI, Intel grapples with new attacks against secure enclaves in its chips, and MIT walks away from negotiations with an academic publisher over open access to journals.