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.
On today's Weekly Show we discuss getting visibility and actionable insights into complex hybrid and SD-WAN deployments with sponsor LiveAction.
Today's Weekly Show explores the idea of using MPLS in your enterprise network, particularly for segmentation. We explore the reasons why, technical considerations, cost, and more. Our guest is Tom Ammon.
Kyle Mestery shares his perspectives about the Future of Networking on today's podcast. We talk about open networking, the proliferation of open network OSs & more.
Get a look under the hood of Amazon and AWS networking with an Amazon insider. We explore elements such as Hyperplane, how cloud architecture influences network design and operations, and how trends like SD-WAN influence Amazon networking.
On today's sponsored show, we talk with Cisco about security capabilities in IOS XR that help service providers build a trusted network infrastructure.
On today's sponsored episode the Packet Pushers dive into Tetration, Cisco's workload protection platform that can run on premises and in the cloud.
Greg and Ethan have an off-the-cuff conversation about tech items including Cloudflare's new DNS resolver and the rise of open networking, plus updates on what's going on inside Packet Pushers.
Today the Packet Pushers explore traffic optimization with sponsor Expereo. Expereo is a managed service provider that manipulates BGP to improve performance, particularly over Internet links.
Pica8 joins us for today's sponsored episode on whitebox switching, SDN, and the enterprise.
802.11ax promises a host of improvements for wireless networks, including greater efficiency, but don't start your upgrade just yet. Here's what you need to know about the forthcoming WLAN standard.
Today's Weekly Show gathers a group of network engineers to talk about what's on their minds. Our roundtable covers automation, vendor relationships, not knowing things (and how to change that) & more.
Mark Burgess, who developed the principles of Promise Theory as a way to model distributed systems, joins the Packet Pushers to explore how his ideas connect to networking and information systems.
Today's Weekly Show explores Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) with sponsor Cisco. We'll look at doing ZTP at scale, plus drill into iPXE and ONIE, golden ISOs, and integration with tools such as Chef, Puppet, and Ansible.
We explore real-world SD-WAN use cases, including service chaining and SaaS performance improvement, with sponsor Silver Peak in our latest Weekly Show podcast.
How did MPLS get its start, and why was it created the way it was? Today on the Packet Pushers we dive into the creation of MPLS with some of the engineers who were there.