Listen to this week Network Break as we examine the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd's remarks about the disruption of traditional IT & more tech news.
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Today's Weekly Show is all about network traffic intelligence. Our sponsor is Kentik and we talk with CEO Avi Freedman about getting deep visibility for performance, DDoS detection & more.
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The Datanauts dive into VXLAN networking with guest Lukas Krattiger. We explore how it works, discuss use cases, and examine how hosts inside a VXLAN network communicate with end points on the outside.
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In the Packet Pushers last Weekly Show of 2017, Greg, Drew, and Ethan prognosticate about the past, predicting exactly what happened with complete accuracy. Hindsight is super helpful that way!
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The Datanauts discuss securing print infrastructure with Michael Howard, Chief Security Advisor, and Jason O Keeffe, Print Security Advisor, at HP.
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In our final Network Break for 2017, we bid farewell to Net Neutrality regulations, examine Arista's latest efforts to tackle the routing market & more tech news
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Today's sponsored Weekly Show dives into IPv6 Segment Routing with Cisco and network architects from Bell Canada and LinkedIn. We discuss just how IPv6 Segment Routing makes the network programmable.
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Today the Datanauts we talk unikernels and IncludeOS with guest Per Buer. We discuss how unikernels differ from a traditional OS, advantages and tradeoffs, and unikernel use cases.
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Take a Network Break! This week we examine Cisco's latest cloud acquisition, discuss Juniper's forthcoming automation bots & dive into more tech news. Plus, stay tuned for a Coffee Talk with ThousandEyes.
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Today on the Weekly Show, the Packet Pushers talk about work/life balance. Because it's hard. Our guest is Derick Winkworth, also known as CloudToad.
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Today the Datanauts explore what it's like work in high performance computing. We discuss issues at the compute and network layers, explore resource allocation challenges, and more. Our guest is Nick Buraglio.
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This week's Network Break reviews big announcements from Amazon's Re:Invent, examines the latest security slip-up from a misconfigured AWS S3 storage bucket, looks at the latest numbers on server revenue, and more.
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On today's Weekly Show, Greg and Ethan discuss why it's hard to bring radical products to market, DevOps as a communications issue, and whether automation tooling is just a provisional step in network evolution.
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Today on the Datanauts we talk about the key elements of building a physical data center: cabling, racks, HVAC, power, and management. Our guest is John Kerns.
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Listen to the Network Break as we analyze tech news from AT&T, Microsoft Azure, HPE and more. And then stay tuned for our conversation with A10 Networks on SSL/TLS decryption.
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In today s sponsored show with Silver Peak, we talk about lessons they've learned from more than 500 customer deployments, the role of routing, the necessity of Internet breakouts, and more. Our guest is David Hughes, founder and CEO.
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Today's Datanauts episode looks at how NVMe moves the storage bottleneck back to the network. What s that mean for distributed storage design? We discuss with guest J Metz.
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On this week's Network Break, we examine Facebook's Open/R routing platform, discuss why Qualcomm has rejected Broadcom's bid, and look at a new private cloud partnership between HPE and Rackspace.
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The Packet Pushers and sponsor Cisco dive into EVPN to explore how it works and find out why it's attracting the attention of enterprises and carriers for use cases such as data center interconnect and Carrier Ethernet.
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The Datanauts divine the future of storage--including commodity hardware, NVMe, distributed architectures, and of course, cloud--with guest Tom Lyon.
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