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BIB 56: Corporate Scar Tissue with Chris Swan

10/11/2018
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I got together to Chris Swan @cpswan to record a two beer networking. Through my own staggering incompetence the video hasn’t turned out but the audio is just fine. Chris a leader in service practice and the conversation talks about how organisational scar tissue. He recently attended the European IDC CIO summit in Lisbon which […] The post BIB 56: Corporate Scar Tissue with Chris Swan appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:17:29

BiB 055: Meta Networks Brings SD-Perimeter To Talari’s SD-WAN

9/13/2018
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In this briefing, Meta Networks discussed their new partnership with Talari. Talari is an SD-WAN provider for enterprises. Meta is providing remote access. Therefore, what you’ve got with the Talari/Meta partnership is a full-featured WAN solution. The post BiB 055: Meta Networks Brings SD-Perimeter To Talari’s SD-WAN appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:03:48

BiB 054: Create & Deploy Unikernels With NanoVMs

9/7/2018
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NanoVMs makes software to help you create and deploy unikernels. In this briefing, CEO Ian Eyberg discussed with Ethan Banks the state of the unikernel ecosystem and how NanoVMs fits into things. The post BiB 054: Create & Deploy Unikernels With NanoVMs appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:05:02

BiB 053: Mode.net’s Cloud Private Network For Your SD-WAN

9/5/2018
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Mode briefed Ethan Banks about their cloud private network. Whoa! Thought Mode was an SD-WAN company? Not quite. Mode partners with several SD-WAN platforms so that it's easy to stand up a tunnel from your SD-WAN forwarders to Mode's private network. That makes Mode a network alternative to private MPLS that integrates with your SD-WAN fabric. The post BiB 053: Mode.net’s Cloud Private Network For Your SD-WAN appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:05:37

BiB 52 Redhat Ansible – Moving up and scaling out

7/20/2018
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Redhat Ansible talking about the future of Ansible, making it biggerer and betterer. The post BiB 52 Redhat Ansible – Moving up and scaling out appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:06:29

BiB 51 Nyansa Networks Analytics for SD-WANs and Campus

7/20/2018
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Analytics for the real world WAN using agents to provide deeper visibility. Also Campus LANs and Wireless so you can build QOE dashboard. The post BiB 51 Nyansa Networks Analytics for SD-WANs and Campus appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:04:52

BiB 50 Big Switch Networks Brings Off-prem to On-prem Network Field Day 18

7/19/2018
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Cloud First Networking – the challenge of networking in multiple clouds is substantial How can we make on-prem look like the public cloud. Don’t make AWS look like a on-prem network, make an off-prem network look like an on-prem network. Instead of configuring VRFs and VLANs, we should be configuring the public cloud equivalent of […] The post BiB 50 Big Switch Networks Brings Off-prem to On-prem Network Field Day 18 appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:08:39

BiB 49 – IPinfusion – Its Takes Team to Make a Whitebox – Network Field Day 18

7/19/2018
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Edgecore Edgecore is a wholly owned subsidiary of Accton Producing increasing diversity of network equipment, the range of possible applications of Broadcom silicon. Includes a optical solution the choice to focus on SP is interesting, does this imply that All of these products run IPinfusion software. Broadcom Talking about the breadth of their portfolio […] The post BiB 49 – IPinfusion – Its Takes Team to Make a Whitebox – Network Field Day 18 appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:06:21

BiB 48: Gluware at Network Field Day 18

7/18/2018
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I broadly consider Gluware an automation engine that can deliver effective automation inside an brownfield network. That is, its multi-vendor, multi-technology (e.g. switches / firewalls, routers, QOS,) and works with the existing tooling such as CLI. So you don’t have to buy new hardware to start the SDN process. Thats a useful way to start […] The post BiB 48: Gluware at Network Field Day 18 appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:04:48

BiB 047: Arrcus ArcOS Competes With Cisco, Juniper, Arista

7/16/2018
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Arrcus is a startup that’s built a modern network operating system for the disaggregated networking market. They are running on $15M of Series A funding, and as of 16-July-2018, they have emerged from stealth. In this briefing, Arrcus shared some of the details behind ArcOS, their core product offering. The post BiB 047: Arrcus ArcOS Competes With Cisco, Juniper, Arista appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:05:10

BiB 046: Arista 7170 Multi-function Programmable Network Switches

6/21/2018
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Ethan Banks attended a technical webinar held by Arista Networks talking about their recently announced 7170 series multi-function programmable network switches. In this webinar, Arista explained what the new 7170 switch line was all about. The central reason this switch line exists is programmability. The post BiB 046: Arista 7170 Multi-function Programmable Network Switches appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:04:45

BiB 045: Rubrik Alta 4.2 AWS Native Protection For EC2

6/13/2018
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Rubrik Alta 4.2 offers AWS native protection for EC2, VMware vCloud Director integration, Windows full volume protection, as well as AIX & Solaris support. We zoom in on the EC2 part of the announcement. The post BiB 045: Rubrik Alta 4.2 AWS Native Protection For EC2 appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:03:57

BiB 044: Juniper Announces MX Series 5G Universal Routing Platform

6/12/2018
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Juniper makes announcements around the upcoming MX Series 5G Universal Routing platform, including Si5 silicon, hardware acceleration for CUPS, and MX variants of the Universal Chassis. The post BiB 044: Juniper Announces MX Series 5G Universal Routing Platform appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:03:14

BiB 043: DriveScale’s Software Composable Infrastructure For Flash

6/5/2018
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In this briefing, DriveScale announced Software Composable Infrastructure for Flash, which they claim is a market first. Flash storage is all about high bandwidth and low latency, and the latest NVMe flash drives have ferocious network-filling capability. If you think serving storage over Ethernet is a performance compromise, think again. The post BiB 043: DriveScale’s Software Composable Infrastructure For Flash appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Duration:00:04:18