Author Archives: Greg Ferro
Author Archives: Greg Ferro
Today's episode assembles the Packet Pushers to wrangle over a grab bag of ideas including the evolution from SD-WAN to SD-Branch, new compression standards to preserve Internet bandwidth, and the pros and cons of BGP over QUIC.
The post Heavy Networking 533: Packet Pushers Roundtable – SD-Branch, BGP Over QUIC, Bandwidth Avoidance appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Smart use of available resources.
The post Mirai Botnet Exploit Weaponized to Attack IoT Devices via F5 Appliances appeared first on EtherealMind.
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The post I Say The Largest Microservices Platform In the World Is The Internet appeared first on EtherealMind.
Today's Heavy Networking podcast examines a new multi-cloud networking product from sponsor Arrcus. Arrcus streamlines and secures multi-cloud networks via its new ArcEdge and ArcOrchestrator products that connect the data center and edge locations to the cloud. Our guest are Keyur Patel, CTO of Arrcus; and Sree Kannan, VP of Product Management.
The post Heavy Networking 531: Hyperscale Multi-Cloud Networking With Arrcus (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Today's Heavy Networking dives into wireless Internet Service Providers, or WISPs. WISPs typically serve rural areas that have limited access to fiber or copper, but they also serve metro and urban areas and industrial sectors such as energy. Our guests to inform and instruct us about WISPs are Kevin Myers, Senior Network Architect at IP ArchiTechs; and Cory Steele, Senior Consultant at STIGroup.
The post Heavy Networking 530: Everything You Need To Know About Wireless ISPs appeared first on Packet Pushers.
The post Dictionary: TANSTAAFL: There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch appeared first on EtherealMind.
Today's Heavy Networking explores a partnership between Juniper Networks and Anuta Networks to bring low-code network automation to service providers and enterprises. In this sponsored show, we'll dive into how Anuta's ATOM platform integrates with Juniper's NorthStar SDN controller and HealthBot diagnostic software to automate and orchestrate common networking tasks. Our guests are Peter Weinberger, Principal Product Manager at Juniper Networks; and Kiran Sirupa, Head of Marketing at Anuta Networks.
The post Heavy Networking 529: Demystifying Automation With Low-Code Workflows (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
The video is queued on the section where the talk highlights the security software (firewalls, threat detection etc) is actually the weakest link. He then presents the data that security vendors have become the weakest link in the security landscape. The asymmetry of defence is highlighted by the fact that security appliances have 10MM lines […]
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The post draft-knodel-terminology-03 – Terminology, Power, and Inclusive Language in Internet-Drafts and RFCs appeared first on EtherealMind.