Today on Heavy Networking we go deep on segment routing, a way to encode into a packet the path it should take through the network. Guest Ron Bonica, Distinguished Engineer at Juniper Networks, offers a detailed look at how segment routing works; discusses use cases; explores the differences among SR-MPLS, SRv6, and SRv6+; and more. Juniper is our sponsor for today's show.
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On today's Heavy Networking our guest walks us through a project that brought both ACI and NSX into the same data center at a very large company. We discuss the drivers for ACI in the underlay and NSX in the overlay, the learning curves on each product, challenges and successes, and more. Our guest is Derek Wilson, a Principal Network Consultant.
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On today's sponsored Tech Bytes episode we talk with MidSouth Bank CIO Daniel Hereford about how he's using SD-WAN from Silver Peak to support the bank's transformation to a hybrid cloud model, while also improving network visibility and performance for mission-critical applications.
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Today's Network Break analyzes Adtran's entry into the SD-WAN market, a new IBN product from Lumina Networks, the latest software upgrade from NTOP, Google's timeline for blocking HTTP elements in HTTPS sessions in Chrome, plus a couple of detailed follow-ups, and a Tech Bytes show.
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On today's Heavy Networking podcast, Greg and Ethan engage in a thought experiment: Will 5G and private LTE allow enterprises to get rid of their own wireless networks and shift much of that responsibility on telcos and just let them do it? They explore this idea from the telco and enterprise perspectives.
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CI/CD. You’ve got a vague notion of what it might be. Then you're asked to help the dev team put together an automated delivery process for a cloud app. How you do get from CI/CD as a concept to making it a reality? That's the subject of today's Day Two Cloud podcast with guest Nathaniel Avery.
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Network Break feasts on a variety of tech news including a new wireless protocol proposed by Amazon, Mellanox support for the SONiC NOS, Palo Alto Networks saying it will build an SD-WAN offering, a dip in cloud infrastructure spending, and more.
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Software is essential to networking and on today's Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Arista, we examine how software quality affects operations, upgrades, security and more. Our guest is Doug Gourlay, VP and General Manager of Cloud Networking at Arista.
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On today's Heavy Networking, sponsor Open Systems joins us to talk about its continuous security monitoring capabilities that help customers find breaches quickly. Our guest is Dave Martin, Senior Director for Product Management of Threat Response at Open Systems.
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ThousandEyes sponsors today's Heavy Networking for a wide-ranging episode that explores a new synthetic transaction monitoring feature, discusses why performance monitoring is essential to prepare for SD-WAN rollouts, and walks through postmortems on 2019's biggest Internet outages. Guests Alex Henthorn-Iwane and Angelique Medina join us.
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Today's Network Break discusses upgrades to Arista's CloudVision management software, a new ACI partnership between Cisco and Microsoft Azure, a Google pledge to invest in new European data centers, Amazon's pledge to be carbon-neutral by 2040, and more tech news.
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If you are deploying an enterprise QoS scheme, wireless QoS matters to you. On today's episode, we go through the basics of wireless QoS, covering some of the standards, terminology, and thinking required to get your head around how we can prioritize packets over a shared medium. Our guest is Ryan Adzima.
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Today's Day Two Cloud podcast explores the struggle of transitioning from traditional infrastructure ops to the public cloud using DevOps principles and new tools. My guest is Aaron Strong, a cloud architect. We talk about how to skill up quickly, where to start, when and where to ask for help, and more.
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On today's Network Break podcast, Google is the latest tech giant to face a tech backlash as U.S. Attorneys General launch an antitrust investigation, AT&T comes under fire from an activist investor, Microsoft partners with satellite broadband providers on ExpressRoute, Gigamon rolls out new software, and more tech news.
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Today's Tech Bytes dives into failsafe SD-WAN with sponsor Oracle. We discuss how Oracle provides Quality of Experience through techniques such as continuous unidirectional measurement and sub-second response to network events. Our guest is Andy Gottlieb, VP, SD-WAN Solutions at Oracle.
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Today's Heavy Networking welcomes back sponsor Arrcus to discuss the latest advancements in its ArcOS NOS, including support for Jericho2 ASICs, the new ArcIQ Analytics platform, and the vote of confidence from investors in the form of a $30 million funding round. Our guests are Keyur Patel, CTO and founder; and Murali Gandluru, VP of Product Management.
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Packet Pushers host Greg Ferro found slides from a presentation he gave in 1999, and many of the points he raised are still relevant 20 years on. Why does networking take so long to change? The Packet Pushers and guests Jeremy Filliben, a CCDE trainer; and Emma Cardinal-Richards, a senior network architect; share their insights and opinions.
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QoS is hard to monitor. How do you know you’ve gotten it right? If it’s not working the way you want, how can you tell? To help us form a network design strategy to cope with these QoS gotchas is Peter Welcher, a network architect at NetCraftsmen.
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Today's Network Break podcast delves into an AWS outage, tracks a slump in server sales, examines acquisitions by Commvault and Microsoft, and shares highlights from VMworld's FutureNET program. Guest Ed Horley stops by to share commentary and insights.
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