Today's Priority Queue dives into Juniper's programmable Penta ASIC in this sponsored episode. Guest Chang-Hong Wu shares details on how the Penta ASIC works and discusses the future of silicon design for networking.
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On today's Priority Queue we dive into ArcOS®, a new network OS designed for whitebox routing and switching from our sponsor Arrcus. We examine how the OS was designed, how it differentiates itself from competitors, and explore key use cases.
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Today's Priority Queue is a primer on satellite communications for military and commercial networks, including key basics on frequency bands and coverage areas, how different orbits affect network design, and more. Our guests are PC Drew and Evander Cook.
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We dig into a new online tool, NRE Labs, designed to help network engineers learn the concepts and tools of network automation. NRE Labs was created by Juniper Networks, but it's a free and open source platform, and you can start learning now with no sign-in, no registration, and no paywall. Our guests are Matt Oswalt and Derick Winkworth.
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On today's sponsored Priority Queue podcast we take a deep dive into Cisco's IOS-XR network OS to learn what it takes to build a carrier-grade NOS, including its microservices architecture, multiple levels of abstraction, and how it captures and shares state data.
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On today's Priority Queue, wireless engineer Lee Badman shares a real-world detective tale about a troubleshooting problem that took him into dark places involving wires.
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This Priority Queue was recorded live at the Future:Net conference at VMworld 2018. Guests Bruce Davie and Guido Appenzeller discuss service meshes, differences between hybrid and multicloud, intrinsic security, intent-based networking and more.
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On today's Priority Queue we explore the challenges of building military networks, including bandwidth constraints, hostile environments, survivability, training and skills development, and much more. Our guest is PC Drew, an officer in the Marine Corps Reserve and a network engineer.
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What if DDoS mitigation services could coordinate to thwart attacks? On today's Priority Queue, we explore Distributed Denial Of Service Open Threat Signalling, or DOTS, an IETF effort to do just that. Andrew Mortensen is our guest.
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Today's Priority Queue podcast looks at what's new with key IETF networking projects including RIFT, BIER and PPR, as well as standards efforts around SD-WAN. Our guests are Russ White and Jeff Tantsura.
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Today on the Packet Pushers Priority Queue, we get nerdy about disaggregation with sponsor Cisco. Specifically, we look at disaggregation options with Cisco's IOS-XR software.
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We discuss networking for hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) and how Big Switch's Big Cloud Fabric can help on today's sponsored Priority Queue podcast.
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Today's Priority Queue explores features in the upcoming WPA3 specifications to improve wireless security, including Opportunistic Wireless Encryption. Our guest is Dan Harkins from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.
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Find out how to apply network monitoring to security, and get deep visibility into your network, with Paessler PRTG in today's sponsored Priority Queue.
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Today's sponsored Priority Queue discusses how to connect security controls with GDPR regulations. Our guests are Cisco partners Equilibrium Security and ePlus/IGX Global.
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Today's show walks through a practical use case for Python; namely, deploying BFD to detect routing failures. Our guest is Billy Downing.
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Greg Ferro chats with Ivan Pepelnjak about the state of the networking industry, including automation, intent, product quality, and whatever else catches their fancy.
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The Packet Pushers convene an engineer roundtable to discuss encryption, code-writing strategies for networkers, and what it's like to work in tech after a certain age.
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Martin Casado, general partner at Andreesen Horowitz, shares his perspective on the changing dynamics of how enteprises buy IT, and how it's sold to them.
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Today's Priority Queue peers into the Ruru project, which is open source software for TCP monitoring. Our guest is Ruru developer Richard Cziva.
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