Author Archives: Sponsored Blog Posts
Author Archives: Sponsored Blog Posts
This guest post is by Drew Conry-Murray, Director of Content & Community at Interop and a good friend of the Packet Pushers. SPECIAL NOTE: Interop is offering the Packet Pushers community a 25% discount on Total Access and Conference Passes or a FREE Expo Pass for the New York show. Register today with the code PACKETP to receive the discount. The […]
This blog post is written by Steve Francis, Founder and Chief Product Officer, LogicMonitor. LogicMonitor is a SaaS-based IT infrastructure monitoring company, monitoring the performance, capacity and availability of thousands of different kinds of devices and applications for thousands of customers. Where possible, we don’t rely on SNMP traps – and neither should you. “Why […]
Jeff Behl, Chief Network Architect with LogicMonitor, is our guest author for this post. Jeff has been in the IT industry for over 20 years. He has an extensive background on architecting enterprise networks and data centers and brings real world knowledge around network operations from start-ups to enterprise companies. These companies range from UC […]
The post Avoiding Bogus Alerts Using AWS-Based Proxies & Outsourced BGP for Distributed Monitoring appeared first on Packet Pushers Podcast and was written by Sponsored Blog Posts.
This sponsored blog post was written by Clark Zoeller, CCIE #13760, Sales Engineer with ActionPacked Networks. Quality of Service (QoS) is a suite of technologies used to manage bandwidth usage as data crosses computer networks. Its most common use is for protection of real-time and high priority data applications. QoS technologies, or tools, each have […]
There was a time when the network was flat – everything was interconnected, anyone could access everything and security was not a serious problem. And when security problems began to crop up, options like three-layered hierarchical model, firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems helped you secure the network. Finally, when you were battling viruses, zero day […]
The post Stop The Rodent – Tackling Rogue Devices in the BYOD Era appeared first on Packet Pushers Podcast and was written by Sponsored Blog Posts.
DNS needs no introduction in today’s inter-networked, connected world. Though it could be a service the end-users are least aware of, it is one that the network administrator needs to keep an eye on and requires constant monitoring and management to ensure uptime and connectivity. It is DNS servers that help with resolving those easy-to-remember […]
The post Turning BIND DNS Management Into A Walk In The Park appeared first on Packet Pushers Podcast and was written by Sponsored Blog Posts.
These days, access to the web means that users are simply a click away from discovering anything – from how to expertly mollycoddle their Macs to the secret to a perfect cup of tea. But, as we all know, not everything is perfect. Many e-learning services do not have the luxuries of the time and […]
The post NetworkFaculty.com: Bite-sized IT Training Videos On Demand appeared first on Packet Pushers Podcast and was written by Sponsored Blog Posts.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is revolutionizing the traditional networking approaches that have become too complex, closed, proprietary and/or difficult to program. The technology has the potential to enable network innovation by allowing network owners and operators more control of their infrastructure, thus allowing customization, optimization, and the reduction in overall capital and operational expenses. SDN […]
The post ONS 2013 Brings Together The Entire SDN Ecosystem on April 15-17 appeared first on Packet Pushers Podcast and was written by Sponsored Blog Posts.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is the buzzword on the mind of every player in the networking and telecom ecosystem; promises to revolutionize networking as we know it and will affect service provider networks, cloud networks and enterprise networks. Open Networking Summit (ONS) 2013 is the premier conference for SDN and Open Flow and has established […]