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Join Eye Of Wrestling hosts Gary Grider and Martin Hughes with a new episode every Friday @ 11:00 AM and on WBLZ Sports Fridays @ 7:00PM as they talk professional wrestling and whatever else they want to talk about! Special guests from around the world of wrestling join Gary and Martin from time to time as they discuss Classic Wrestling, WWE, TNA, ROH, New Japan, and the independent scene around the Chattanooga ,Tn area.
 
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In this week's IPv6 Buzz podcast, Ed, Scott, and Tom discuss the 9th anniversary of World IPv6 Launch (and the 10th anniversary of World IPv6 Day) with Cisco alumnus and IPv6 expert (and IPv6 Buzz's first guest!) Tim Martin. The post IPv6 Buzz 077: Revisiting World IPv6 Launch With Tim Martin appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Today's Tech Bytes podcast dives into Digital Experience Management, or DEM. With distributed and remote work becoming more accepted, IT orgs are looking for better ways to monitor and manage user experience. We talk about DEM with sponsor Palo Alto Networks. Our guest is Anupam Uphadhyaya, Senior Director, Product Management at Palo Alto Networks.…
 
On this week's Network Break deployment of virtual donuts and tech commentary, Fastly takes out much of the Web but recovers quickly, AWS suffers an outage at a German data center, US law enforcement reclaims a large chunk of Bitcoin ransom, Bosch unveils a new fab to make silicon wafers for automotive chips, and more. The post Network Break 337: H…
 
Nick McKeown, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University, stops by the Heavy Networking podcast to speculate on the future of networking. Professor McKeown has been a force behind the Software Defined Networking (SDN) movement and has co-founded successful startups including Nicira and Barefoot Networks. The pos…
 
On today's episode, sponsored by BlueCat Networks, we examine the technology and human challenges that arise when you integrate on-prem and the public cloud. You can't continue to do things in the cloud with traditional toolsets and processes. You need to update the tech and the people, including how they collaborate. We also discuss a new report t…
 
Today’s Tech Bytes podcast dives into Wi-Fi 6E, the extended version of the Wi-Fi 6 standard that takes advantage of newly available spectrum in the 6 GHz band. We’re sponsored today by Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, and we’ll explore highlights of the standard and discuss Aruba’s forthcoming 6E AP. The post Tech Bytes: Wi-Fi 6E – New…
 
Cisco debuts Cloud ACI to unify segmentation policies on prem and in the public cloud, Amazon will activate an opt-out mesh network using your Ring and Echo devices, Microsoft buys an IoT security company, and more tech news in this week's Network Break podcast. The post Network Break 336: Cisco Announces Cloud ACI And More; Amazon Borrows Wi-Fi Wi…
 
On today's Heavy Networking, we get practical with infrastructure-as-code, talking with sponsor Gluware about how their users have integrated network automation into their IT practices, bringing DevOps to NetOps. We also explore Gluware Lab, an IDE for network engineers can develop network features and workflows. Our guests are Olivier Huynh Van, C…
 
Crossplane is an open-source project that plugs into Kubernetes to serve as a control plane that can run across multiple private and public clouds. It allows infrastructure teams to compose infrastructure with all the required policies, permissions, and guardrails, while also providing APIs for developer self-service. Today's Day Two Cloud podcast …
 
Today's Network Break discusses rising cyber insurance premiums and how wider insurance adoption might affect the security market. We also discuss a forthcoming Aruba AP that uses newly available spectrum, a new packet broker from Extreme with a programmable ASIC, Juniper's Apstra 4.0 release, and more IT news. The post Network Break 335: Cyber Ins…
 
On today's Tech Bytes podcast we speak with healthcare provider Sanitas on why the organization is replacing its existing SD-WAN vendor with Aruba EdgeConnect to provide network insights for visibility and troubleshooting, fine-grained segmentation for security and compliance, and easier operation for a small IT team. The post Tech Bytes: Why Sanit…
 
Today's Heavy Networking is a nerdy excursion into EVPN VXLAN, including how it works, why you might want it, and why multivendor interoperability is so difficult with this standard. Guest Tony Bourke and host Ethan Banks also explore hardware challenges, automation strategies, EVPN flooding mechanisms, BGP multi-homing, and more. The post Heavy Ne…
 
We're a good ten years into public cloud as an industry, and cloud operations don't seem to be getting any simpler. Why is that? Is it a problem? If so, can clouds become simpler? Guest Brian Gracely stops by the Day Two Cloud podcast to wrestle with these questions. The post Day Two Cloud 099: Can Cloud Computing Get Simpler? appeared first on Pac…
 
On today's Full Stack Journey podcast, host Scott Lowe shares some personal changes in his life, including leaving VMware for a startup called Kong, selling a house and moving, and buying and using an M1-based MacBook Pro. He shares his reflections on career changes, his decision-making process, and more. The post Full Stack Journey 054: Changes Bi…
 
This week's Network Break covers new firewalls & other security products from Palo Alto Networks, discusses Arista's lowest-latency switch (now with EOS), reviews financial results from Cisco and Palo Alto, and explains why Microsoft is making Internet Explorer go away (just not entirely). The post Network Break 334: Palo Alto Unveils New Security …
 
Today's Tech Byte explores a digital sandbox for fabric emulation. This unique feature is part of Nokia's Fabric Services System for automating and operating a data center fabric. Our Nokia guest is Phani Koganti, Senior Director of Product Management. This is a sponsored episode. The post Tech Bytes: Nokia’s Fabric Services System Simplifies Data …
 
Today on Heavy Networking, we talk with sponsor Arrcus about its support for segment routing and the impact it will have on the wider network market, particularly for 5G networks. Our guests from Arrcus are Keyur Patel, CTO and Co-Founder; and Murali Gandluru, Vice President, Product Management. The post Heavy Networking 579: How Arrcus Enables Net…
 
Where does IPv6 fit in to the Zero Trust model of network security? What are the considerations when deploying IPv6 on a global network with lots of firewalls? Are there caveats to using IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses (GUAs)? Today's IPv6 Buzz podcast answers these and other listener questions. The post IPv6 Buzz 076: Even More Listener Questions! a…
 
A fractured cloud strategy causes headaches such as duplicated services, unnecessary costs, poor security controls, and other problems. A cloud center of excellence can reduce the pain by developing and championing best practices, socializing adoption, and addressing inevitable exceptions. Fred Chagnon visits the Day Two Cloud podcast to advocate f…
 
Today we’re talking about automating network troubleshooting. We’re sponsored by PathSolutions, maker of the TotalView network monitoring software. TotalView pulls in network and device data and then runs it through a heuristics engine to identify problems such as cabling faults, QoS misconfigurations, VLAN tagging faults, and others. The engine ca…
 
This week's Network Break covers a pair of Cisco acquisitions, new path analysis capabilities from NetBeez, how the DarkSide ransomware gang is getting the spotlight, sleazy behavior from US broadband companies, and other tech news. The post Network Break 333: Cisco Acquires Optical Controller Software; DarkSide Gang Gets The Spotlight appeared fir…
 
Lots of network engineers develop tools to help them automate tasks. What happens if you build something so useful it becomes adopted in your organization? Ivan Del Rio, Senior IP Engineer at DQE Communications, stops by the podcast to talk about a tool he built to automate some of his own tasks that is now being widely used. He discusses how and w…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud podcast explores essential networking capabilities in Azure, including Virtual WAN, VPN gateways, availability zones, SSL termination options, connecting premises and branch offices to the cloud, and more. Our guest is Pierre Roman, Sr Cloud Ops Advocate at Microsoft. This is not a sponsored episode. The post Day Two Cloud 097…
 
Frustrated by poor service from an MSP, the IT team at White Family auto dealers needed a more efficient way to connect locations while ensuring high performance and strong security to meet regulatory requirements. The company chose Fortinet for its network and security equipment. Fortinet is our sponsor, and we talk with Shane Williams, Director o…
 
Today's Network Break covers IBM's new 2nm chip process, Juniper's first step toward a SASE offering, whether secondary markets for network gear might be an option for companies dealing with supply chain shortages, and more tech news. The post Network Break 332: Juniper Teases SASE Offering; IBM Gets Small With 2nm Chip appeared first on Packet Pus…
 
Today's Heavy Networking gets into cloud-delivered security for user access. We're sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, and we'll talk about its Prisma Access service with a customer: Josh Dye, SVP at Jefferies Group. We discuss how Josh pivoted to Prisma Access during the pandemic, how he meets strict security and regulatory requirements for financial…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom chat with John Burns, a lead architect at Wells Fargo, about the relatively early adoption of IPv6 at the company. The discussion also covers adoption trends in the financial sector as a whole, along with the key challenges and opportunities of the protocol. The post IPv6 Buzz 075: Why Wells Farg…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud is a wide-ranging discussion about the value of public cloud, a response to the growing backlash toward cloud cost and complexity, and techniques to better meld automation with application and infrastructure delivery. Our guest is Chris Wahl, Senior Principal at Slalom. The post Day Two Cloud 096: Public Cloud Isn’t Wrong. You…
 
This Tech Bytes podcast explores the network assurance and verification feature in VMware's vRealize Network Insight network monitoring software. This feature builds a real-time model of your production network by collecting information from switches, routers, firewalls, and other network devices. This model can then be used for testing changes, ve…
 
In this episode, my good friend Sabrina Braham shares her insights on Clifton Strengths and amplifying your potential by applying strengths and other positive psychology ideas like the growth mindset. Sabrina is a celebrated executive coach and consultant, specializing in leadership excellence and business growth, with many years of experience coac…
 
Guest analyst Johna Till Johnson, CEO and Founder of Nemertes Research, joins the Network Break to discuss a variety of IT news including the rising price of copper, Proofpoint going private in a $12.3 billion deal, why the US Defense Department suddenly began advertising a huge block of IPv4 addresses, and space networking. The post Network Break …
 
Today's Heavy Networking examines the role of deception and "canaries" in network security. A canary sits on a network segment (or multiple segments) and sounds the alarm if it comes under attack. Is this an effective security tool? How is it deployed and operated? What are the drawbacks? We discuss with guest Haroon Meer. The post Heavy Networking…
 
Today on Day Two Cloud we get into a whole lot of things. For example, what is IT's value in the age of cloud? How can IT figure out what's actually providing value to the business vs. undifferentiated heavy lifting? How companies built on open-source software make their money? Our guest is Stu Miniman, Director of Market Insights at Red Hat. The p…
 
On today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, we examine what SASE means to you as a network engineer, its effects on how applications are protected and how you provide access to end users, and useful things to think about regarding how SASE services are provisioned and operated while you evaluate whether SASE is right for your org.…
 
Operating a data center fabric is a substantial challenge. Nokia Fabric Services System embraces automation to manage your data center fabric. In today's episode, sponsored by Nokia, we dive into Fabric Services System and SR Linux to learn how they bring intent-based automation to your data center. The post Tech Bytes: Rethinking Network Automatio…
 
This week's Network Break podcast examines VMware's new SASE offering for the distributed workforce, Nvidia's Arm-based accelerators, why the United Kingdom de-accelerated Nvidia's Arm acquisition, new routers from Juniper Networks, and more nerdy IT news. The post Network Break 330: VMware Stitches Together A SASE Offering; Nvidia’s Arm Purchase O…
 
Today's Heavy Networking podcast, sponsored by Tempered Networks, dives into how Tempered builds a software-defined perimeter with native zero trust, leveraging the Host Identity Protocol (HIP), Tempered's Airwall software, cryptographic identities, and secure overlays. Our guests from Tempered are Jeff Hussey, Founder and CEO; and Bryan Skene, CTO…
 
In this week's IPv6 Buzz episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom discuss the state of public VPN services and IPv6 with Tomislav Čohar, principal architect at, and cofounder of, the hide.me VPN service. The post IPv6 Buzz 074: IPv6 And Public VPN Services appeared first on Packet Pushers.על ידי Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
 
In this Tech Byte podcast, sponsored by Gluware, we explore the latest features and capabilities in the Gluware network automation and orchestration platform, including an API-based controller to work with SD-WAN, and Terraform integration to support infrastructure automation across public clouds. The post Tech Bytes: Unifying Cloud Automation And …
 
Today's Day Two Cloud episode aims to pick apart the marketing fluff around Zero Trust (there's a lot of it) to uncover a workable definition, discuss the rationale for this approach, and develop a framework for how to think about zero trust. The post Day Two Cloud 094: Essential Concepts Of Zero Trust appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Today's Full Stack Journey delves into developer advocacy: what is it, why do organizations have this role, and what makes a good developer advocate? Host Scott Lowe has invited four practitioners to tackle these questions. He speaks with Jacquie Grindrod, Jeremy Meiss, Josh Wulf, and Ted Neward. The post Full Stack Journey 053: Exploring Developer…
 
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