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What happens after you go cloud and the reality sinks in For some, the cloud is rainbows, puppies and happy promises. You’ve whiteboarded a vision, forecasted the benefits and made promises to the business. Now the real work begins. Is the design a reality ? How do you handle failure ? Can you cope with shifting demands, changing requirements, and security concerns all running on the unknown ?
 
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On today's Day Two Cloud we have a career conversation with Angela Andrews, a Solution Architect at Red Hat. Angela provides an introduction to OpenShift, a cloud-based offering for running and orchestrating Kubernetes containers in public clouds and on premises from Red Hat. We also discuss how to integrate communication skills with technical know…
 
The Full Stack Journey is back for 2022, and kicking off the year Scott shares recommendations for learning new technologies based on his own career experiences and the technology transitions he's lived through, including virtualization to networking and networking to containers. Scott also shares four key takeaways for learners in the tech industr…
 
On today’s Tech Bytes podcast we’re talking security clouds; that is, cloud services that offer capabilities including firewalls, traffic inspection, Web gateways, and more. We explore why these clouds aren’t all the same, and why the architecture, including networking, makes a difference. Netskope is this episode's sponsor. The post Tech Bytes: Wh…
 
This week on Network Break we discuss why Salesforce is requiring multi-factor authentication from customers starting in February 2022, examine an SFP module that comes with a tiny computer running Linux, highlight the vast gap between cloud hype and cloud spending compared to traditional IT gear, and cover more IT news. The post Network Break 365:…
 
This Heavy Networking episode focuses on building a data center fabric. Pluribus Networks is our sponsor. Pluribus brought along a customer to talk about their active/active DC deployment. We’ll get into stretching layer 2 safely, Pluribus's L3 capabilities, operational concerns of active/active when the DCs are many hundreds of miles apart, and th…
 
In the latest episode of IPv6 Buzz, we tackle the first listener questions of the year (well, really left over from the end of 2021 but still good ones!). Those questions cover topics including Unique Local Addressing (ULA) and SD-WAN, NAT66, IPv6 prefix delegation, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 092: Listener Questions – NAT66, Stable IPv6 Prefix De…
 
Optimizing cloud costs means more than looking at your bill and hunting down unused instances. It's about understanding the full lifecycle of cloud workloads, dealing with management that wants predictable spending even as your actual usage varies, and setting up repeatable processes. Guests Fred Chagnon and Jeremy Roberts, both at Info-Tech Resear…
 
Heavy Networking explores big ideas around service provider and cloud provider network services in 2022, both how they collide and are complementary. Our sponsor is Juniper Networks. We also get an update on Juniper’s Contrail product, a software-defined networking platform that now includes native integration with Kubernetes. The post Heavy Networ…
 
Today on the Tech Byte podcast we discuss redefining networks and policy in today’s hybrid world–that is, a network that needs to be available anywhere, anytime, anyhow, and any way. Aruba is our sponsor and we’re joined by James Robertson, CTO Advisor and Technology Strategist in the Office of the CTO. The post Tech Bytes: Embracing Policy-Driven …
 
Take a Network Break! This week we examine Oracle's purchase of network assurance vendor Federos, discuss why Cisco has added a service mesh manager to its Intersight Kubernetes service, explore why some users are frustrated with a crypto-miner in NortonLifelock's anti-virus software, and cover more tech news. The post Network Break 364: Oracle Acq…
 
As we approach the end of 2021, it's informative to look back at how much change has gone on in the industry. One of the biggest transitions we've seen in enterprise networking has taken place in the data center. Software-defined approaches that emerged over the past decade have matured and are being deployed in production. On today's Heavy Network…
 
In this episode we discuss presentations at the recent UK IPv6 Council meeting. More importantly, we say thanks to you, our listeners, for keeping IPv6 Buzz in your IT podcast playlist this tumultuous year---as well as for all the great listener questions and feedback. We'll see you again in 0x7e6 (2022, that is) for even more adventures in the 128…
 
eBPF has taken the Linux networking world by storm. But what is it, exactly? And how it is related to the open-source Cilium project? Duffie Cooley joins Scott Lowe on the Full Stack Journey podcast to discuss eBPF and Cilium. If you're into Linux, networking, or Kubernetes---or any combination of these---this episode is for you! The post Full Stac…
 
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, we discuss a new ChatOps feature in Palo Alto’s Prisma SD-WAN. Engineers and administrators can query the SD-WAN controller from a chat app such as Microsoft Teams and get a meaningful response. Sutapa Bansal, Director of Product Management at Palo Alto Networks, joins us to discuss …
 
Do you need new hardware to cloud enable your infrastructure ? Should you strategise products on new hardware/greenfield basis or enable your existing brownfield infrastructure ? In this episode we discuss value of enabling existing infrastructure Beware of the vendor goldfield that Greenfield represents Whether supply chain impacts your decisions …
 
This week's Network Break asks whether Broadcom's acquisition of AppNeta, which offers SaaS-based digital experience monitoring, is a good fit. We look at new features in the SONiC network OS, dive into a new firewall service available from Cloudflare, and more IT news. The post Network Break 363: Broadcom Buys AppNeta For Experience Monitoring; Cl…
 
On today's Heavy Networking we discuss a Nautobot, an open-source software tool that can serve as a source of truth for network automation. We explore how Nautobot works, what it's used for, how it ties in with Python and Ansible, major features, and more. The post Heavy Networking 610: Network Automation With Nautobot appeared first on Packet Push…
 
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