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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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

Network Break 81: Arista s Universal Spine, Huawei s Big Profits

Take a Network Break and sample our delicious assortment of tech news, including a new product from Arista, financial results from Huawei, and stories on Dell, HPE, Plumgrid, Intel and more.


 2016-04-04  n/a

Show 282: Why We’re Stuck With Middleboxes And How To Improve Them

Middleboxes--that is, non-routing and non-switching network devices such as firewalls and caches--can be expensive, hard to manage, and prone to failure. But theyre also widely deployed, and show no signs of going away. Todays Weekly Show episode ...


 2016-04-01  n/a

Datanauts 029: The Evil Behind Long-Distance vMotion & Stretched L2 Domains

The Datanauts explore the network and application issues that make moving VMs from one data center to another dangerous, and share ways to enable it safely.


 2016-03-30  n/a

PQ Show 75: Talking Network Analytics And Telemetry

Today we talk about how network analytics and telemetry differ from traditional monitoring, what new data sources and techniques are available, and how we can put this data to good use.


 2016-03-29  n/a

Network Break 80: Microsoft Moves Markets, Cisco Reorganizes

Take a Network Break! We serve up a bounty of tech news, including Microsofts influence over hardware players, Ciscos big reorganization, a new Citrix appliance and more.


 2016-03-28  n/a

Show 281: How To Shop For SD-WAN

SD-WAN products are a bit hard to tell apart. Most have a central controller, a policy manager, the ability to handle several Ethernet circuits, and other features. Steve Garson joins the Packet Pushers to discuss key criteria for evaluating the ...


 2016-03-25  n/a

Datanauts 028: Google Infrastructure For Everyone Else (GIFEE)

Join the Datanauts for a ride to the land of GIFEE, or Google Infrastructure for Everyone Else. GIFEE is a combination of tools and processes to launch code and applications quickly and at scale. But is it relevant to you? Probably it is!


 2016-03-23  n/a

Network Break 79: HPE Hyperconverges; Dropbox Drops AWS

Network Break serves up a bubbling cauldron of tech news, including a new hyperconverged platform from HPE, and big-name defectors from AWS such as Dropbox and Apple. Theres also product and licensing news from Cisco, chip stories from Cavium and Broadcom, laurels for Huawei in an SDN competition, and more.


 2016-03-21  n/a