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Conservative, Liberal, Centrist: You gotta screw one, marry one, murder one. Introducing Party of One. What's the real difference between a Republican and a Democrat? Still believe the game's red vs. blue in Washington? Here's something new for your ears. Party of One pushes past the political posturing and ramped-up rhetoric of division, to uncover a much scarier reality: It's business that's booming, and we're the ones losing. And the stakes couldn't be higher. Tune in for conversations wi ...
 
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Russillo shares his thoughts on some CFB blue bloods that have struggled in recent years (0:25), before talking with The Athletic’s Sheil Kapadia about some things to watch in NFL Week 3, including a concerning Chiefs defense heading into their matchup vs. the Chargers, what to expect from the volatile Cardinals, Saints-Patriots, fourth-down contro…
 
On today's sponsored Heavy Networking we talk with DriveNets about why it’s time to take the disaggregated model--where you buy whitebox hardware and put a network operating system of your choice on it--seriously. Along the way, we’re going to hit DriveNets network architectures and operating models, and get you thinking about why disaggregated net…
 
In this episode of IPv6 Buzz, we discuss IPv6 network readiness assessments, what they should include, and some helpful ideas for where to start. The post IPv6 Buzz 085: Is Your Network Ready For IPv6? appeared first on Packet Pushers.Packet Pushers Interactive LLC tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Juniper Networks has announced a new wired campus fabric solution that uses EVPN VXLAN to create a fabric and ties in to the Juniper Mist Cloud for automation and management. Ed Horley and Drew Conry-Murray describe how it works, how it integrates with Juniper Mist Cloud, and how Juniper positions this offering against other campus options. The pos…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the latest developments in the Ben Simmons saga (0:34) before kicking around some ideas with Ceruti and scouting some wild takes for the upcoming Take Stock game (14:48). Then Ryen talks with Super Bowl champion and Fox NFL broadcaster Aqib Talib about calling NFL games, the Vikings-Cardinals nail-biter, his time in …
 
Guest Shelley Benhoff stops by the Day Two Cloud podcast to discuss essential skills for moving into tech management, and how to decide if management is the right career path for you. Shelley has twenty years' experience in IT as a developer and manager, runs a tech training company, and is a Pluralsight instructor. The post Day Two Cloud 116: Emot…
 
Tech Interviews has come out of semi-retirement for a short series of shows looking at another range of Enterprise IT topics.First up, is an old familiar subject of the evolving world of storage, specifically object storage. Why is object storage increasingly becoming part of the everyday enterprise data platform conversation? Is it better suited t…
 
In episode 58 of the Full Stack Podcast, Scott talks to Nick Korte about a change that happened with his own podcast, The Nerd Journey. What lessons did Nick learn from this change, and how can those lessons be applied to careers in general? Scott and Nick's conversation uncovers some true gems of career advice. The post Full Stack Journey 058: New…
 
On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Nokia, we dive into data center networking and EVPN. Nokia’s SR-Linux operating system can help you build a data center fabric with EVPN, and in this episode we’re going to discuss how Nokia operationalizes that protocol. The post Tech Bytes: Operationalizing EVPN For Data Center Networks With Nokia (Spon…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on what he likes, what he doesn’t like, and what he’s just not sure about from NFL Week 2 (0:28) before talking to Super Bowl champion and Fox NFL analyst Jonathan Vilma about the Ravens’ narrow victory over the Chiefs, Colts-Rams, Seahawks-Titans, the rookie QBs through two weeks, and more (16:35). Then Ryen shares som…
 
Today's Network Break podcast discusses Juniper's new wired campus effort and how it leverages Mist Cloud for to help automate its campus fabric, a new set of Azure vulnerabilities, robust SD-WAN growth with the biggest players reaping most of the rewards, free space optics for hard-to-wire regions, and more tech news. The post Network Break 351: J…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the evolution of athlete criticism (0:25) before he is joined by his former colleague Danny Kanell of SiriusXM and CBS Sports to discuss college football. They hit on Ohio State’s loss to Oregon, the recently open head coach position at USC, Iowa’s outlook, the early impact of NIL, GOAT of the week, and more (14:00).…
 
Today's Heavy Networking gets entangled in a discussion about quantum communications or quantum networking. We discuss qubits, the challenges of moving them across a network, use cases such as key distribution, and more. Our guest is Dr. Joshua Slater. The post Heavy Networking 598: The Future Of Networking – Quantum Communications With Joshua Slat…
 
Ryen is joined by television’s Scott Van Pelt to catch up on life, the college football season, SVP’s illustrious acting career, and their favorite Norm Macdonald memories (00:33). Then, The Ringer’s Kevin Clark stops by for everyone’s favorite Formula 1 segment, Going Abroad, after Daniel Ricciardo’s big win over the weekend (50:10). Finally, Ryen…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud sponsored episode dives into software-defined interconnects. The big idea is that you go up to a Web browser, click a few times, and now you've got a circuit stood up between your data center and AWS, or between you and a business partner, and so on. We'll get into the details about how it's done with Console Connect, a PCCW G…
 
Ryen opens with his takeaways from the big results from Week 1 in the NFL, including Aaron Rodgers and the Packers getting blown out, the Bills losing to the Steelers, and the Dolphins winning in New England (00:29). Then, he chats with Super Bowl champion Trent Dilfer about the Rodgers-Packers problems, Jameis Winston’s huge game, and why even in …
 
This week's Network Break podcast wonders what Intel wants in return for a multi-year, multi-billion pledge to build European chip factories, marvels at Facebook's newly revealed data center designs, analyzes Comcast's Masergy acquisition, and more. The post Network Break 350: Intel Pledges Billions For European Chip Factories; Facebook Reveals New…
 
Today's Heavy Networking podcast discusses the pros and cons of building a private 5G network in the enterprise. We examine use cases, contrast 5G with Wi-Fi, unpack the hardware and software required, and more. Intel is our sponsor for this episode. The post Heavy Networking 597: Why Enterprises Want Private 5G (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts about the Buccaneers’ narrow victory over the Cowboys in the NFL season opener (0:25) before he is joined by The Ringer’s Kevin Clark to discuss Super Bowl picks, why some analysts are doubting the Chiefs, high expectations for the Browns and the Bills, Lamar Jackson, rookie QBs, the Titans offense with Julio Jones, and…
 
In this episode of IPv6 Buzz, we compare IPv6 adoption to Wi-Fi 6E adoption (and talk about IPv6 Wi-Fi at large) with guest Tom Hollingsworth of Gestalt IT and Tech Field Day. The post IPv6 Buzz 084: Wi-Fi 6E Adoption And IPv6 appeared first on Packet Pushers.Packet Pushers Interactive LLC tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Russillo brings back the QB Stock Game, in which he assigns share values to NFL starting QBs before Ceruti, Kyle, and Ryen create their portfolios for the season (0:36). Then Ryen talks with former pro hockey player Brad Wingfield about his time playing for the Danbury Trashers, a UHL hockey team owned by Jimmy Galante, an associate of the Genovese…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud podcast topic is about moving from a tech role into management. Is it a good idea? Why might you want to make the change? How can you do it successfully? We speak with two guests who've made the leap. The post Day Two Cloud 114: Successfully Transitioning From A Tech Role To Management appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Today's Network Break podcast opines on why Ciena acquired the Vyatta router from AT&T (and why AT&T wanted to sell), how T-Mobile failed current and former customers via a breach that exposed sensitive details on millions of people, financial results from HPE and Dell Technologies, and more. The post Network Break 349: T-Mobile Fails To Protect Mi…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts from the first weekend of college football, including Alabama-Miami, Penn State-Wisconsin, Ohio State-Minnesota, LSU-UCLA, and more (0:30). Then Ryen talks to longtime host of NFL RedZone Scott Hanson about the return of the NFL. They discuss the young QBs in the AFC East, high hopes for the Rams with their new QB Matt …
 
Today's Heavy Networking podcast dives into academic research on DDoS attack techniques. Our guests have published a paper about how the TCP protocol and middleboxes such as firewalls can be weaponized by bad actors and used in reflective amplification attacks. We discuss technical details, how they performed this research, potential countermeasure…
 
Ryen is joined by Bill Simmons to break down the messy situation between the 76ers and Ben Simmons and why it’ll be hard to find a solution to their pending breakup (0:35). Then, he chats with ESPN college football analyst Booger McFarland about some vulnerable teams at the top of the rankings, his Week 1 predictions, and some stories from his LSU …
 
Today's Day Two Cloud episode dives into multi-cloud networking with sponsor Aviatrix. Aviatrix offers a cloud network platform with a common data plane and operational model that works across public clouds and supports visibility and automation. We dig into the product with Aviatrix guests and a customer. The post Day Two Cloud 113: Multi-Cloud Ne…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the biggest headline from NFL roster cuts, the Patriots releasing Cam Newton, as well as a few other roster decisions throughout the league (0:28), before talking with ESPN’s Stanford Steve about which teams they are looking at to have a good college football season, as well as some of their favorite win totals bets …
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we explore the evolution of SD-WAN to encompass Zero Trust Network Access, or ZTNA. Our sponsor is Fortinet and we’ll dig into how Fortinet’s SD-WAN and FortiClient combine to support work from anywhere with zero trust. The post Tech Bytes: Fortinet Secures Work-From-Anywhere With SD-WAN And ZTNA (Sponsored) appeared…
 
This week's Network Break examines how ransomware has insurers rethinking premiums and coverage limits, discusses the pros and cons of ISPs sharing flow records with security companies, digs into Arista's efforts to tackle the router market, pontificates on TSMC chip price hikes, and more tech news analysis. The post Network Break 348: Ransomware B…
 
In today's sponsored Heavy Networking show, we talk to Opmantek about NMIS, an intelligent network management platform that spans monitoring, visibility, automation, and configuration management. Our guest is Opmantek CTO Keith Sinclair. The post Heavy Networking 595: Detect, Diagnose, And Act With Opmantek’s Automated Network Management Software (…
 
In this IPv6 Buzz podcast episode we geek out about the IPv6 Interface Identifier (IID, i.e., the lower 64 bits of an IPv6 address reserved for interface identification). We discuss why IID is 64 bits, typical configurations, and innovative uses for it. The post IPv6 Buzz 083: The IPv6 Interface Identifier appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud podcast discusses the challenges of stitching together a fabric across more than one public cloud. How do you architect a fabric given the constraints of each cloud? We also drill into the idea of API gateways. Our guest is Chris Oliver, a network architect at NI. The post Day Two Cloud 112: Complex Multi-Cloud Networking appe…
 
Its not widely that DDOS attacks also cause damage from state exhaustion in devices. A recent study why Netscout surprised me that many engineers are aware of overload bandwidth or routing devices but give less considerations to state exhaustion in application aware devices. The post Tech Bytes: DDOS and State Exhaustion With NETSCOUT – Updated app…
 
Russillo pairs NFL QBs to their NBA career doppelgängers (0:55) before talking with The Athletic's Bruce Feldman about the ACC, Big Ten, and Pac-12's alliance announcement and previewing the top 10 teams in the AP rankings (16:30). Then Ryen shares some highlights from his vacation to Switzerland (1:02:00) before answering some listener-submitted L…
 
In Part 2 of a two-part series, Ryen Russillo is joined by "Sugar" Ray Leonard to discuss working with Muhammad Ali's trainer, Angelo Dundee, "The Super Fight" between Leonard and Marvin Hagler, when fighters are reluctant to retire, the toll the sport of boxing takes on the body, and more (0:34). Then Ryen talks with legendary boxing promoter Bob …
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we get into the automation of network performance testing and synthetic transactions. Our sponsor is Kentik and our guest is Avi Freedman, Kentik's CEO and co-founder. The post Tech Bytes: How Kentik Enables Automated Performance Testing (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
It's the Network Break! This week we analyze Cisco's $500 million acquisition of a container-based and serverless application monitor, Intel's announcement of Mount Evans, an Infrastructure Processing Unit (IPU) for network and storage offload, and more tech news. Guest analyst Johna Till Johnson, CEO and founder of Nemertes Research, joins Greg Fe…
 
Like anything in the world of IT, TLS has gone through various versions. TLS 1.1 and 1.2 are still commonly used, but TLS 1.3 is really where it’s at. Our guest is Ed Harmoush. Ed’s a professional instructor who’s researched TLS 1.3 and more as he’s prepped for his latest course offering, Practical TLS, which you can find at http://pracnet.net/tls.…
 
Russillo is joined by author Matt Taibbi to discuss his book ‘Hate Inc.: Why Today’s Media Makes Us Despise One Another’ (0:25). Then he talks to former NBA stars about their experiences with the college recruiting process (44:10). Finally Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:16:40). Host: Ryen Russillo Guests: Rasheed Wall…
 
Kris Nóva, Senior Principal Software Engineer at Twilio, claims that managing infrastructure using tools like Terraform isn't that far away from just writing your own code to do the job yourself. Kris joins co-hosts Ned Bellavance and Ethan Banks to challenge the notion that ops folks can't become developers. Kris says they can. The post Day Two Cl…
 
What is Open Policy Agent (OPA)? And what can someone do with it? These are some of the questions that episode 57 of the Full Stack Journey podcast tackles. In this episode, Scott is joined by Diego Comas (@diegocomas on Twitter), a user/consumer of OPA, to discuss his direct experience in using OPA in real production environments. The post Full St…
 
In Part 1 of a two-part series, Ryen Russillo is joined by author-journalist Jonathan Eig to discuss his newest book, 'Ali: A Life.' They run through the beginning of Ali's career to the end, hitting many of his noteworthy stories and accomplishments. Then Ryen talks with Sugar Ray Leonard, world-title holder in five different weight divisions, abo…
 
The world of virtual donuts is supply constrained. Extreme Networks finally gets SDWAN buying Ipanema from Infovista at a bargain price. Research firms that does the numbers Dell'oro pitches that Education and Government markets will be spending big on WiFi6E - we aren't so sure that campus spending will be big just some spending but Dell'oro told …
 
On today’s Heavy Networking, we drill into VMware’s vRealize Network Insight (vRNI) to learn how it provides end-to-end monitoring, how it uses flow records and other data sources, and its architecture. We’ll also discuss modeling/digital twin capabilities, and applying vRNI to security, troubleshooting, and other use cases. VMware is our sponsor. …
 
In today's IPv6 Buzz podcast we discuss IPv6 allocations, which are critical to successful IPv6 adoption. Topics include allocation sizing, address planning, and differences among Regional Internet Registries (RIRs), service providers, and government agencies. The post IPv6 Buzz 082: All About Allocations appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Ryen continues author week on the show by chatting with legendary sportswriter and author Leigh Montville about his book 'Tall Men, Short Shorts' about the Celtics-Lakers 1969 NBA Finals (00:33). Then, he chats with author Peter Stark about his book 'Astoria' on the wild expedition to establish the first American settlement in the Pacific Northwest…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud podcast walks through a massive outage that hit CDN provider Bunny.net. An automated update triggered cascading failures that essentially took the company offline for two frantic hours. The company shared a detailed postmortem of what happened, and we're joined by company founder Dejan Pelze to walk us through the issues and s…
 
Russillo is joined by author Malcolm Gladwell to discuss his new book, 'The Bomber Mafia.' They talk about the U.S. Air Force and its role in World War II, the Air Force's early technical difficulties, the feud between major general Haywood S. Hansell and major general Curtis LeMay, the development of napalm, and more (0:50). Then Ryen answers some…
 
This week's Network Break podcat discusses Marvell's Innovium buy and its impact on the high-end Ethernet market, new Juniper security software for applications, Arista financial results and component concerns, and more IT news. The post Network Break 345: Marvell Acquires High-End Ethernet ASICs; Arista CEO Says Component Shortage ‘Worst I’ve Seen…
 
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