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Heavy Networking from Packet Pushers

Summary: Join the Packet Pushers for weekly (or more!) conversations about data networking. Continuous professional development. Architecture and design, software defined, cloud, routing, switching, security, wireless, campus, enterprise, and more. Technical discussions with vendors about their products, deep dialog with real people who make networks work.

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 Weekly Show 405: Juniper Contrail SD-WAN: Driving Wave Two (Sponsored) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:01:47

Software defined WAN is a more complicated conversation than optimized routing over multiple circuit types. Modern SD-WAN solutions bring in security, high availability, multi-tenancy, and deep application recognition. They even integrate with other tech in addition to the fancy routing. In today’s sponsored episode, Juniper Networks joins us to talk about its Contrail SD-WAN product. We discuss Contrail SD-WAN and how it differs from other vendors’ approaches, how SD-WAN use cases have evolved. We also dive into three key pillars of Contrail SD-WAN: routing, VPNs, and security. Our guest is Tony Sarathchandra, Director, Product Management – Software Defined Networking Technology and Solutions at Juniper Networks. Show Links: SD-WAN – Juniper Networks  

 Weekly Show 404: Running Open Networks In Production | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:13:58

In this episode we talk a second time to network architect Andrey Khomyakov, who’s helped his organization make the transition from traditional to open networking in production. Our first chat with Andrey was in Weekly Show 399. The way it worked out, that ended up being a mostly hardware conversation, which made some of you very grumpy, and you aimed packets at us with the evil bit set. Today, we want to drill into the management and operations side of things and complete our open networking in production conversation. If you’re still grumpy after this episode, maybe it’s time to start your own podcast. We discuss the network stack and the infrastructure environment Andrey works within, look at ongoing operational issues, examine how Andrey and his team use automation, and look at the staffing and training impacts of open networking. Sponsor: InterOptic InterOptic offers high-performance, high-quality optics to help you scale to meet your bandwidth demands. Stop paying OEM prices for optics and start talking to the optics experts who deliver brand equivalent transceivers at a fraction of the price. Sponsor: Cumulus Networks Cumulus Networks presents Networking with S.O.U.L – Simple, Open, Untethered Linux. These 4 tenants enable modern, agile networks be built to support the new demands of the business. Save an average of 45% on CapEx and approximately 74% on OpenEx by adopting these SOULful networking solutions. Learn how to leverage the top 5 automation tips and tricks in your network — head to http://cumulusnetworks.com/ppautomation to download our automation white paper. Show Links: Show 399: Open Networking In Production – Packet Pushers Show 351 Design & Build 13: Network Orchestration with Salt – Packet Pushers Athena Health Job Opening

 Weekly Show 403: Ditching Your Branch Router With SD-WAN (Sponsored) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:12

When migrating to an SD-WAN, do you still need a branch router? What does a branch router do? Circuit termination. Routing. QoS. Tunneling. Filtering or even firewalling. Virtual networks. Maybe a few other functions, depending on what you stacked on the box. Can an SD-WAN appliance do all of those things? In the early days, the answer was…probably not all of them, and so you’d often keep your branch router inline with the SD-WAN device. What about today? Do you still need to keep that branch router around, consuming power and running up your maintenance costs? Or can a modern SD-WAN forwarding device be a full replacement for a branch router? Derek Granath, VP of Product Marketing; and Rolf Muralt, VP Product Management for SD-WAN at Silver Peak, join us for today’s sponsored discussion about branch router architecture. We examine the business drivers for eliminating branch routers, discuss potential tradeoffs that come with swapping out the router for an SD-WAN appliance, look at architecture and design implications and caveats, and explore the process of going live without the router. Show Links: For more information on Router Replacement visit silver-peak.com/think-outside-router, where you can Download the Top 10 Reasons to Replace Your Branch Router with SD-WAN eBook or the Architecting an Application-Driven WAN Edge – Solution Brief. How to Architect an Application-driven WAN Edge – Silver Peak White Paper Silver Peak on Twitter Silver Peak on LinkedIn Silver Peak on Facebook

 Weekly Show 402: Building A Network Automation Framework | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2:41:06

We’ve talked about network automation plenty on Packet Pushers. Many of those conversations have been about little things, like writing a script to do a specific task. But is that really network automation? Our guest today is Ken Celenza, and he’s here to argue that scripting repeatable tasks is just the beginning of the automation journey. Ken, who is Director of Automation at NetworkToCode, works with customers to build and integrate with automation frameworks that address the entirety of their network automation needs. Ken and the Packet Pushers have a wide-ranging conversation about automation, including automation principles, data models and schemas, testing code, and more. While much of today’s discussion revolves around open source software, this is simply a means to convey a message, and by no means not prescribing any specific solution as the best way forward. If a commercial product fits your needs and your budget, go for it. Sponsor: ThousandEyes ThousandEyes gives you performance visibility from every user to every app over any network, both internal and external, so you can smoothly migrate to the cloud, transform your WAN, troubleshoot faster and deliver exceptional user experiences. Sign up for a free account at thousandeyes.com/packetpushers and choose a free ThousandEyes t-shirt. Sponsor: Cumulus Networks Cumulus Networks presents Networking with S.O.U.L – Simple, Open, Untethered Linux. These 4 tenants enable modern, agile networks be built to support the new demands of the business. Save an average of 45% on CapEx and approximately 74% on OpenEx by adopting these SOULful networking solutions. Learn how to leverage the top 5 automation tips and tricks in your network — head to http://cumulusnetworks.com/ppautomation to download our automation white paper. Show Links: Source of Truth – Himawan Nugroho Device Configurations Are Not A Good Source Of Truth – IP Space Data Models – IP Space Continuous Testing For Networks – Matt Oswalt on Packet Pushers Ignition Model-driven Programmability: The Rise of Network Automation – Cisco Blogs OpenConfig: Standardized Models For Networking – Packet Pushers Using Vendor & Platform Neutral Data Models with Ansible – GitHub NetworkToCode – Slack Ken Celenza on Twitter Ken on LinkedIn Ken on GitHub

 Show 401: A Deeper Understanding Of Free Range Routing (FRR) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 39:19

Today's Weekly Show podcast explores what's new in Free Range Routing (FRR), the open source routing stack. Our guest is Donald Sharp.

 Show 400: The Future Of Networking With Arpit Joshipura – Open Networking | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 55:53

The Packet Pushers explore open and open-source networking and their potential impact on network operations and design in the latest installment of the Future Of Networking series. Our guest is Arpit Joshipura of the Linux Foundation.

 Show 399: Open Networking In Production | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today's Weekly Show episode brings a real-world perspective to disaggregation and whitebox with an engineer who's brought open networking into production. Our guests are Andrey Khomyakov and Pete Lumbis.

 Show 398: The Tradeoffs Of Information Hiding In The Control Plane | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Russ White returns to the podcast to discuss the pros and cons of information hiding in the control plane.

 Show 397: The Future Of Networking With Peter Wohlers | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

The Packet Pushers' Future Of Networking series continues with guest Peter Wohlers. We discuss the impact of cloud, SDN hype, the evolution of networking skills & more.

 Show 396: Ignition Launch And The State Of The Industry | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

The Packet Pushers launch Ignition, a new membership site for professional development. We also discuss the current state of the networking industry, including intent, multicloud, and SD-WAN.

 Show 395: The Nature Of Optical Networking | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today's Weekly Show podcast dives into optical networking. We explore the impact of silicon photonics on the optical industry, optical for DCI, and the open optical movement.

 Show 394: Technology Problems Are Mostly People Problems | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

People and processes can contribute more to a problem than technology. On today's show Eyvonne Sharp joins the Packet Pushers to discuss the challenges of people and culture, and what to do about them.

 Weekly 393 – Infrastructure Monitoring with Juniper AppFormix (Sponsored) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Juniper Appformix is a telemetry platform thats multi-vendor, cross layer, built-in machine learning and with fancy visualisation. Its designed simplify operations and closed-loop automation.

 Show 392: Debating The Value Of Expert Certifications | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

What's the value of an IT certification in an age of rapidly changing technology? Does a cert translate into deep knowledge? Are certs over-valued? How else can IT pros signal expertise? The Packet Pushers & guests discuss these highly charged issues.

 Show 391: IXP Peering Security With Cisco (Sponsored) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

On today's Weekly Show, sponsored by Cisco, we dive into how to better design, operate, and secure Internet Exchange Points (IXPs).

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