On today's Weekly Show we talk about how to build a network automation framework. Scripting repeatable tasks is just the beginning. Guest Ken Celenza joins us to get into the details about automation principles, data models and schemas, testing code, and more.
Free Range Routing is an open-source routing stack. On today's Weekly Show we get updates on the project, a peak at the roadmap, an insider's view of how features are chosen, architectural issues, and more. Donald Sharp is our guest. The post Show 401: A Deeper Understanding Of Free Range Routing (FRR) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 400: The Future Of Networking With Arpit Joshipura – Open Networking appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 399: Open Networking In Production appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Russ White returns to the podcast to discuss the pros and cons of information hiding in the control plane. The post Show 398: The Tradeoffs Of Information Hiding In The Control Plane appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 397: The Future Of Networking With Peter Wohlers appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 396: Ignition Launch And The State Of The Industry appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 395: The Nature Of Optical Networking appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 394: Technology Problems Are Mostly People Problems appeared first on Packet Pushers.
On today's sponsored show, we talk with Cisco about security capabilities in IOS XR that help service providers build a trusted network infrastructure. The post Show 386: Building Trusted Network Infrastructure With IOS XR (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 385: Getting Inside Cisco Tetration (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 384: The Packet Pushers Unleashed appeared first on 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. The post Show 383: Optimizing Internet Traffic With Expereo (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 381: Inside The Pros & Cons Of 802.11ax appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 380: Network Engineer Roundtable: What’s On Your Mind? appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 379: Grappling With Promise Theory appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 378: Cisco Zero Touch Provisioning (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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. The post Show 377: SD-WAN Use Cases With Silver Peak (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.