Author Archives: Greg Ferro
Author Archives: Greg Ferro
This video opened my mind to the ideas of robotic surveillance and data capture of the ocean. Wide range of civilian applications of course. But also police applications for customs and policing for monitoring the seaways around a country. And the military applications for defense and detection. Potentially even delivering a torpedo style payload.
There was not an 'old normal' and there won't be a 'new normal'. Don't be fuddled about this.
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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, VMware releases a private beta of VMC on Oracle Cloud, and more tech news.
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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, 90% retention rate 700 partners selling Greenlake = next generational partner ecosystem self-served, pay per use HPE Ezmeral The HPE Ezmeral […]
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, automated rule creation and more. HPE get Edgey with Telco plus more on Zoom security tradeoffs.
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If you want some Ethernet history, 2 hours of instruction from 1978.
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First posted in Human Infrastructure Magazine in April 2020 – a free email newsletter from the Packet Pushers. Subscribe here. How does business operate when the pandemic lockdown ‘ends’ and how does it impact you ? COVID19 won’t be gone, its gonna be months before a new ‘normal’ emerges. Getting back to work means close […]
I often hear people expressing their of helplessness in the face of pervasive corporate surveillance. "They've already got all my data, what can I do anyway ?" When I was twenty five, my career was centred on maintaining Novell and Windows networks, my life aspirations were to own my car and a house. My social […]
A few weeks ago I sat down with Keith Townsend from the CTO Advisor and we discussed the future of physical and virtual events.
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Today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by Alkira, dives into multi-cloud networking. Alkira's Cloud Service Exchange is an on-demand, as-a-service offering that lets customers deploy multi-cloud networks with integrated security services using an intuitive digital design canvas. We talk with two Alkira customers using the service, as well as with Alkira co-founder and CTO Atif Khan.
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I’ve been getting into the twitter poll thing lately and its producing some interesting polling by asking questions. Yesterday I asked are you eager to go back to the office ? With 129 responses we have statistical significance because the sample is large. What conclusions might we draw from this survey ? Reminder: Twitter […]
Perhaps the most arcane technology in networking is the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), which, despite its name, is one of the utmost confusing pieces of technology to actually use. Guests Michael W. Lucas and Allan Jude share tips and lessons on how to get the most you can out of this protocol.
Respnding to Phil's assertion that DHCP isn't Intent
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