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Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware PricesOn today's Network Bre...
12/08/2022
Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware Prices - Packet Pushers

Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware Prices

On today's Network Break we discuss new AWS previews for secure remote access and for connecting applications and services across VPCs. We also discuss a serious outage at Hive Social, Open RAN 5G coming to fighter jets, a promise from Broadcom not to raise prices if the VMware acquisition goes through, and more IT news.

The post Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware Prices appeared first on Packet Pushers .

On today's Network Break we discuss new AWS previews for secure remote access and for connecting applications and services across VPCs. We also discuss a serious outage at Hive Social, Open RAN 5G coming to fighter jets, a promise from Broadcom not to raise prices if the VMware acquisition goes thro...

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud 175: Deploying Kubernetes And Managing ClustersOn today's Day Two Cloud we continue our Kub...
12/07/2022
Day Two Cloud 175: Deploying Kubernetes And Managing Clusters - Packet Pushers

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud 175: Deploying Kubernetes And Managing Clusters

On today's Day Two Cloud we continue our Kubernetes conversation with guest Michael Levan. Today's show focuses on Kubernetes deployments and managing clusters once they're up and running. We discuss whether Kubernetes is really more complex than traditional application infrastructure; examine management options such as GitOps, manifests, and Kubectl; share useful tools, and talk about why Kubernetes is all about APIs.

The post Day Two Cloud 175: Deploying Kubernetes And Managing Clusters appeared first on Packet Pushers .

On today's Day Two Cloud we continue our Kubernetes conversation with guest Michael Levan. Today's show focuses on Kubernetes deployments and managing clusters once they're up and running. We discuss whether Kubernetes is really more complex than traditional application infrastructure; examine manag...

Tech Bytes: Diagnosing SaaS Outages When It’s Not The Network (Sponsored)Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we explore two ...
12/05/2022
Tech Bytes: Diagnosing SaaS Outages When It's Not The Network (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

Tech Bytes: Diagnosing SaaS Outages When It’s Not The Network (Sponsored)

Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we explore two outages of big-time cloud applications with sponsor ThousandEyes, a Cisco company. These outages share a common thread, in that the network was up and the applications were reachable, but problems on the backend meant the applications weren’t available. We discuss what happened and offer takeaways to minimize business disruptions.

The post Tech Bytes: Diagnosing SaaS Outages When It’s Not The Network (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we explore two outages of big-time cloud applications with sponsor ThousandEyes, a Cisco company. These outages share a common thread, in that the network was up and the applications were reachable, but problems on the backend meant the applications weren’t availabl...

Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware PricesOn today's Network Bre...
12/05/2022
Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware Prices - Packet Pushers

Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware Prices

On today's Network Break we discuss new AWS previews for secure remote access and for connecting applications and services across VPCs. We also discuss a serious outage at Hive Social, Open RAN 5G coming to fighter jets, a promise from Broadcom not to raise prices if the VMware acquisition goes through, and more IT news.

The post Network Break 410: AWS Previews Secure Remote Access; Broadcom Promises Not To Raise VMware Prices appeared first on Packet Pushers .

On today's Network Break we discuss new AWS previews for secure remote access and for connecting applications and services across VPCs. We also discuss a serious outage at Hive Social, Open RAN 5G coming to fighter jets, a promise from Broadcom not to raise prices if the VMware acquisition goes thro...

ICYMI, Latest Podcast from Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your NetworkToday on Heavy Networking, ...
12/05/2022
Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your Network - Packet Pushers

ICYMI, Latest Podcast from Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your Network

Today on Heavy Networking, modeling your network with Batfish. Batfish is an open-source project that builds a model of your production network based on a snapshot of your network and device configurations. Engineers can then test and validate changes against this model before making those changes to the production network. Guest Rick Donato walks us through how Batfish works, use cases, and more.

The post Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your Network appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today on Heavy Networking, modeling your network with Batfish. Batfish is an open-source project that builds a model of your production network based on a snapshot of your network and device configurations. Engineers can then test and validate changes against this model before making those changes t...

♻: IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6In this episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about DNS and IPv6. We cover legacy IPv6 brokenes...
12/04/2022
IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6 - Packet Pushers

♻: IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6

In this episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about DNS and IPv6. We cover legacy IPv6 brokeness and DNS, how DNS performs over v6, and how DNS works with v6-only networks.

The post IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6 appeared first on Packet Pushers .

In this episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about DNS and IPv6. We cover legacy IPv6 brokeness and DNS, how DNS performs over v6, and how DNS works with v6-only networks.

Don't miss: Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy ApplicationsIn today's episode of Kubernet...
12/04/2022
Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy Applications - Packet Pushers

Don't miss: Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy Applications

In today's episode of Kubernetes Unpacked, Michael catches up with Steve Buchanan, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, to talk about using GitOps and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to automate the building and deployment of applications. Microsoft has been working incredibly hard on AKS, including integrating different tools and platforms to make the lives of DevOps and Platform Engineers easier.

The post Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy Applications appeared first on Packet Pushers .'

In today's episode of Kubernetes Unpacked, Michael catches up with Steve Buchanan, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, to talk about using GitOps and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to automate the building and deployment of applications. Microsoft has been working incredibly hard on AKS, includi...

ICYMI: Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes ClustersOn today's Day Two Cloud podcast we walk through how to build a Ku...
12/03/2022
Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes Clusters - Packet Pushers

ICYMI: Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes Clusters

On today's Day Two Cloud podcast we walk through how to build a Kubernetes cluster to support a container-based application. We cover issues such as what constitutes a minimum viable cluster, rolling your own vs. Kubernetes-as-a-service, managing multiple clusters, pros and cons of bare metal vs. running clusters in VMs, design recommendations and gotchas using a cloud service, and more.

The post Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes Clusters appeared first on Packet Pushers .

On today's Day Two Cloud podcast we walk through how to build a Kubernetes cluster to support a container-based application. We cover issues such as what constitutes a minimum viable cluster, rolling your own vs. Kubernetes-as-a-service, managing multiple clusters, pros and cons of bare metal vs. ru...

New Podcast on Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your NetworkToday on Heavy Networking, modeling you...
12/02/2022
Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your Network - Packet Pushers

New Podcast on Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your Network

Today on Heavy Networking, modeling your network with Batfish. Batfish is an open-source project that builds a model of your production network based on a snapshot of your network and device configurations. Engineers can then test and validate changes against this model before making those changes to the production network. Guest Rick Donato walks us through how Batfish works, use cases, and more.

The post Heavy Networking 658: Using Batfish To Model And Test Your Network appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today on Heavy Networking, modeling your network with Batfish. Batfish is an open-source project that builds a model of your production network based on a snapshot of your network and device configurations. Engineers can then test and validate changes against this model before making those changes t...

12/02/2022
Why Kubernetes And Containerization? - Packet Pushers

ICYMI - A new post on Packet Pushers: Why Kubernetes And Containerization?

There’s a general consensus in today’s tech world: “Use Kubernetes.” But why? Why jump into Kubernetes if you’re already running production-level workloads on virtual machines? Why change what your engineering team has been doing for ten years that works just fine? Why have engineers learn a new technology that may take time to implement? In […]

The post Why Kubernetes And Containerization? appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Why Kubernetes And Containerization? Michael Levan November 29, 2022There’s a general consensus in today’s tech world: “Use Kubernetes.” But why? Why jump into Kubernetes if you’re already running production-level workloads on virtual machines? Why change what your engineering team has bee...

ICYMI - A new post on Packet Pushers: Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh...
12/02/2022
Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production - Packet Pushers

ICYMI - A new post on Packet Pushers: Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production

This video walks you through installing an ingress controller and the Istio service mesh in a production cloud environment. Michael Levan brings his background in system administration, software development, and DevOps to this video series. He has Kubernetes experience as both a developer and infrastructure engineer. He’s also a consultant and Pluralsight author, and host […]

The post Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production The Video Delivery November 29, 2022This video walks you through installing an ingress controller and the Istio service mesh in a production cloud environment. Michael Levan brings his background in sys...

Newsletter: Human Infrastructure 285: 4 Things To Do For Your Performance Review has been sent to subscribers. They say ...
12/01/2022
Human Infrastructure 285: 4 Things To Do For Your Performance Review

Newsletter: Human Infrastructure 285: 4 Things To Do For Your Performance Review has been sent to subscribers. They say it's pretty good. Signup (free & ad-supported): https://packetpushers.net/newsletter/

The year-end review might feel like a stuffy formality – a thirty-minute meeting as the price of admission to hear your salary increase. But the performance review can be incredibly valuable. Besides providing you with direct feedback about what is (and isn’t) offering value to the team or organ...

IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6In this episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about DNS and IPv6. We cover legacy IPv6 brokeness a...
12/01/2022
IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6 - Packet Pushers

IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6

In this episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about DNS and IPv6. We cover legacy IPv6 brokeness and DNS, how DNS performs over v6, and how DNS works with v6-only networks.

The post IPv6 Buzz 115: DNS And IPv6 appeared first on Packet Pushers .

In this episode, Ed, Scott, and Tom talk about DNS and IPv6. We cover legacy IPv6 brokeness and DNS, how DNS performs over v6, and how DNS works with v6-only networks.

Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy ApplicationsIn today's episode of Kubernetes Unpacked,...
12/01/2022
Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy Applications - Packet Pushers

Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy Applications

In today's episode of Kubernetes Unpacked, Michael catches up with Steve Buchanan, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, to talk about using GitOps and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to automate the building and deployment of applications. Microsoft has been working incredibly hard on AKS, including integrating different tools and platforms to make the lives of DevOps and Platform Engineers easier.

The post Kubernetes Unpacked 014: Using GitOps And AKS To Build And Deploy Applications appeared first on Packet Pushers .

In today's episode of Kubernetes Unpacked, Michael catches up with Steve Buchanan, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, to talk about using GitOps and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to automate the building and deployment of applications. Microsoft has been working incredibly hard on AKS, includi...

Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392MThis wee...
12/01/2022
Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392M - Packet Pushers

Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392M

This week's Network Break podcast discusses UK and EU regulators wanting a closer look at Broadcom's VMware acquisition, Google settling with 40 US states over location tracking charges, and the FCC publishing responses from the 15 biggest US mobile providers regarding customer geolocation data tracking, plus even more IT news.

The post Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392M appeared first on Packet Pushers .

This week's Network Break podcast discusses UK and EU regulators wanting a closer look at Broadcom's VMware acquisition, Google settling with 40 US states over location tracking charges, and the FCC publishing responses from the 15 biggest US mobile providers regarding customer geolocation data trac...

ICYMI: Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored)Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, spo...
12/01/2022
Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

ICYMI: Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored)

Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, dives into VMware’s vSphere+. vSphere+ allows you to operate your on-prem workloads and infrastructure as if they were a public cloud. It supports VMs and Kubernetes, and provides admin, developer, and add-on services delivered via SaaS.

The post Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, dives into VMware’s vSphere+. vSphere+ allows you to operate your on-prem workloads and infrastructure as if they were a public cloud. It supports VMs and Kubernetes, and provides admin, developer, and add-on services delivered via SaaS.

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes ClustersOn today's Day Two Cloud podcast we walk through how to bu...
11/30/2022
Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes Clusters - Packet Pushers

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes Clusters

On today's Day Two Cloud podcast we walk through how to build a Kubernetes cluster to support a container-based application. We cover issues such as what constitutes a minimum viable cluster, rolling your own vs. Kubernetes-as-a-service, managing multiple clusters, pros and cons of bare metal vs. running clusters in VMs, design recommendations and gotchas using a cloud service, and more.

The post Day Two Cloud 174: Building Kubernetes Clusters appeared first on Packet Pushers .

On today's Day Two Cloud podcast we walk through how to build a Kubernetes cluster to support a container-based application. We cover issues such as what constitutes a minimum viable cluster, rolling your own vs. Kubernetes-as-a-service, managing multiple clusters, pros and cons of bare metal vs. ru...

ICYMI: Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022If you're headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas,...
11/30/2022
Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 - Packet Pushers

ICYMI: Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022

If you're headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, you can catch Ned & me recording a show live. On Wednesday, November 30, 2022, we’ll be at TopGolf with sponsor Prosimo from 4 to 7 pm. Join us to have some fun! Links and drinks, meet fellow engineers building clouds for their companies, and then watch us record the show. Space is limited, so register at prosimo.io. We’ll see you at TopGolf Las Vegas on Wednesday the 30th!

The post Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 Ethan Banks November 27, 2022 https://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/Invite_Recording_At_TopGolf_Las_Vegas_Nov_30_2022.mp3Podcast: Download () | EmbedIf you’re headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas...

11/29/2022
Why Kubernetes And Containerization? - Packet Pushers

New Post on Packet Pushers: Why Kubernetes And Containerization?

There’s a general consensus in today’s tech world: “Use Kubernetes.” But why? Why jump into Kubernetes if you’re already running production-level workloads on virtual machines? Why change what your engineering team has been doing for ten years that works just fine? Why have engineers learn a new technology that may take time to implement? In […]

The post Why Kubernetes And Containerization? appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Why Kubernetes And Containerization? Michael Levan November 29, 2022There’s a general consensus in today’s tech world: “Use Kubernetes.” But why? Why jump into Kubernetes if you’re already running production-level workloads on virtual machines? Why change what your engineering team has bee...

New Post on Packet Pushers: Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Produ...
11/29/2022
Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production - Packet Pushers

New Post on Packet Pushers: Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production

This video walks you through installing an ingress controller and the Istio service mesh in a production cloud environment. Michael Levan brings his background in system administration, software development, and DevOps to this video series. He has Kubernetes experience as both a developer and infrastructure engineer. He’s also a consultant and Pluralsight author, and host […]

The post Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Service Mesh & Ingress In Kubernetes Lesson 8: Deploying An Ingress & Service Mesh For Production The Video Delivery November 29, 2022This video walks you through installing an ingress controller and the Istio service mesh in a production cloud environment. Michael Levan brings his background in sys...

Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392MThis wee...
11/28/2022
Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392M - Packet Pushers

Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392M

This week's Network Break podcast discusses UK and EU regulators wanting a closer look at Broadcom's VMware acquisition, Google settling with 40 US states over location tracking charges, and the FCC publishing responses from the 15 biggest US mobile providers regarding customer geolocation data tracking, plus even more IT news.

The post Network Break 409: Regulators Tap Brakes On Broadcom, VMware; Google Settles Location Tracking Charges For $392M appeared first on Packet Pushers .

This week's Network Break podcast discusses UK and EU regulators wanting a closer look at Broadcom's VMware acquisition, Google settling with 40 US states over location tracking charges, and the FCC publishing responses from the 15 biggest US mobile providers regarding customer geolocation data trac...

Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored)Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored ...
11/28/2022
Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored)

Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, dives into VMware’s vSphere+. vSphere+ allows you to operate your on-prem workloads and infrastructure as if they were a public cloud. It supports VMs and Kubernetes, and provides admin, developer, and add-on services delivered via SaaS.

The post Tech Bytes: Run On-Prem Infrastructure Like Public Cloud With vSphere+ (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, dives into VMware’s vSphere+. vSphere+ allows you to operate your on-prem workloads and infrastructure as if they were a public cloud. It supports VMs and Kubernetes, and provides admin, developer, and add-on services delivered via SaaS.

ICYMI, Latest Podcast from Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored)Today on He...
11/28/2022
Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

ICYMI, Latest Podcast from Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored)

Today on Heavy Networking, a discussion with sponsor VMware about SD-WAN and SASE. We’re diving into announcements from VMware Explore Barcelona 2022 covering a new SD-WAN client and more. With this client, you’ll be able to connect your users to the SASE cloud with software--no hardware edge box required. We dive into how it works, the network architecture, use cases, and more.

The post Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today on Heavy Networking, a discussion with sponsor VMware about SD-WAN and SASE. We’re diving into announcements from VMware Explore Barcelona 2022 covering a new SD-WAN client and more. With this client, you’ll be able to connect your users to the SASE cloud with software--no hardware edge bo...

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022If you're headed to AWS re:Invent in La...
11/27/2022
Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 - Packet Pushers

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022

If you're headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, you can catch Ned & me recording a show live. On Wednesday, November 30, 2022, we’ll be at TopGolf with sponsor Prosimo from 4 to 7 pm. Join us to have some fun! Links and drinks, meet fellow engineers building clouds for their companies, and then watch us record the show. Space is limited, so register at prosimo.io. We’ll see you at TopGolf Las Vegas on Wednesday the 30th!

The post Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 Ethan Banks November 27, 2022 https://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/Invite_Recording_At_TopGolf_Las_Vegas_Nov_30_2022.mp3Podcast: Download () | EmbedIf you’re headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas...

ICYMI: Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar ProxiesToday on Day Two Cloud we examine Istio Ambient Me...
11/26/2022
Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar Proxies - Packet Pushers

ICYMI: Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar Proxies

Today on Day Two Cloud we examine Istio Ambient Mesh, a new option for building service meshes in a microservices environment. Istio Ambient Mesh essentially brings the concept of a load balancer to a cluster of containers. Rather than run a sidecar proxy for each pod or container, you can run Ambient Mesh per node. Our guest and guide to this open source project is Christian Posta, Global Field CTO at Solo.io.

The post Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar Proxies appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today on Day Two Cloud we examine Istio Ambient Mesh, a new option for building service meshes in a microservices environment. Istio Ambient Mesh essentially brings the concept of a load balancer to a cluster of containers. Rather than run a sidecar proxy for each pod or container, you can run Ambie...

New Podcast on Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored)Today on Heavy Networki...
11/25/2022
Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

New Podcast on Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored)

Today on Heavy Networking, a discussion with sponsor VMware about SD-WAN and SASE. We’re diving into announcements from VMware Explore Barcelona 2022 covering a new SD-WAN client and more. With this client, you’ll be able to connect your users to the SASE cloud with software--no hardware edge box required. We dive into how it works, the network architecture, use cases, and more.

The post Heavy Networking 657: New VMware Client Connects Users To SASE, SD-WAN (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today on Heavy Networking, a discussion with sponsor VMware about SD-WAN and SASE. We’re diving into announcements from VMware Explore Barcelona 2022 covering a new SD-WAN client and more. With this client, you’ll be able to connect your users to the SASE cloud with software--no hardware edge bo...

ICYMI: Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored)On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, ...
11/24/2022
Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

ICYMI: Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored)

On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, we explore a real-world SD-WAN deployment. A customer in the automotive industry needed a better way to share large CAD files among global sites, and its MPLS network wasn’t cutting it. The company also wanted to lower WAN costs while improving performance of business apps. We talk with Coevolve, a VMware partner, on how Coeovle helped the automotive company deploy and operate a global SD-WAN from VMware that increased bandwidth by a factor of 10 and cut costs by as much as 40 percent.

The post Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .

On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, we explore a real-world SD-WAN deployment. A customer in the automotive industry needed a better way to share large CAD files among global sites, and its MPLS network wasn’t cutting it. The company also wanted to lower WAN costs while improving...

Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain SecurityTake a N...
11/24/2022
Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security - Packet Pushers

Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security

Take a Network Break! This week we cover a new continuous integration pipeline from Arista Networks to support network automation, Cisco's intention to open a new silicon design center in Spain, and Apple spending $450 million to support emergency text messaging using satellites. We also discuss Palo Alto Networks spending $195 million for Cider Security, financial results, and more.

The post Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Take a Network Break! This week we cover a new continuous integration pipeline from Arista Networks to support network automation, Cisco's intention to open a new silicon design center in Spain, and Apple spending $450 million to support emergency text messaging using satellites. We also discuss Pal...

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar ProxiesToday on Day Two Cloud we examine Istio Am...
11/23/2022
Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar Proxies - Packet Pushers

Latest Podcast Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar Proxies

Today on Day Two Cloud we examine Istio Ambient Mesh, a new option for building service meshes in a microservices environment. Istio Ambient Mesh essentially brings the concept of a load balancer to a cluster of containers. Rather than run a sidecar proxy for each pod or container, you can run Ambient Mesh per node. Our guest and guide to this open source project is Christian Posta, Global Field CTO at Solo.io.

The post Day Two Cloud 173: Istio Ambient Mesh Minimizes Sidecar Proxies appeared first on Packet Pushers .

Today on Day Two Cloud we examine Istio Ambient Mesh, a new option for building service meshes in a microservices environment. Istio Ambient Mesh essentially brings the concept of a load balancer to a cluster of containers. Rather than run a sidecar proxy for each pod or container, you can run Ambie...

Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored)On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsor...
11/21/2022
Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored)

On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, we explore a real-world SD-WAN deployment. A customer in the automotive industry needed a better way to share large CAD files among global sites, and its MPLS network wasn’t cutting it. The company also wanted to lower WAN costs while improving performance of business apps. We talk with Coevolve, a VMware partner, on how Coeovle helped the automotive company deploy and operate a global SD-WAN from VMware that increased bandwidth by a factor of 10 and cut costs by as much as 40 percent.

The post Tech Bytes: Boosting WAN Speeds While Cutting Costs With VMware SD-WAN (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .

On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by VMware, we explore a real-world SD-WAN deployment. A customer in the automotive industry needed a better way to share large CAD files among global sites, and its MPLS network wasn’t cutting it. The company also wanted to lower WAN costs while improving...

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Tech Bytes: Apstra Extends Intent-Based Data Center Networking To The Edge (Sponsored)

Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we’re talking about a new release of Juniper’s Apstra intent-based networking platform for data centers. Apstra is introducing new features including a collapsed fabric to extend intent-based networking to edge locations and a new capability that enables group-based policies for more fine-grained policy enforcement.

The post Tech Bytes: Apstra Extends Intent-Based Data Center Networking To The Edge (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .
New Post on Packet Pushers: Device Management From The Ground Up: Part 3 – Storage And Filesystems

Your Cisco devices store and interact with files. In this article I cover the different storage types and how to navigate and manipulate them in the device configuration, including printing directories, making new directories, and more.

The post Device Management From The Ground Up: Part 3 – Storage And Filesystems appeared first on Packet Pushers .
Network Break 374: Pluribus Extends DC Fabric To NVIDIA DPUs; Intel Buries Three FPGAs

In this week's Network Break we discuss Pluribus porting its network OS to NVIDIA DPUs, why Intel is pulling the plug on three FPGA cards in its portfolio, the debut of a network operations startup that draws from multiple data sources to help NetOps teams troubleshoot problems faster, and more IT news.

The post Network Break 374: Pluribus Extends DC Fabric To NVIDIA DPUs; Intel Buries Three FPGAs appeared first on Packet Pushers .
ICYMI, Latest Podcast from Heavy Networking 622: Intel’s Smart Edge Transforms CPUs For Multiple Edge Uses (Sponsored)

In today’s sponsored Heavy Networking show with Intel, we dive into recent Intel silicon announcements that are impacting how networking services will be delivered in the years to come. The edge of the network is set to change thanks to modern CPUs that accelerate network functions including packet processing and security. Joining us is Intel's Jeni Panhorst, Vice President & General Manager, Network & Edge Platforms Division to talk about recent Intel announcements at Mobile World Congress and what it means for networking at the edge.

The post Heavy Networking 622: Intel’s Smart Edge Transforms CPUs For Multiple Edge Uses (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .
ICYMI - A new post on Packet Pushers: Introduction To Relational Databases For Network Engineers

The growth of network automation and NetDevOps as a whole has created a shift in the networking industry. The tried-and-true CLI is shifting to the API and CSV inventories are moving to YAML/JSON structures for infrastructure as code. The tools and libraries used with our network operating systems are only growing. One technology that I […]

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ICYMI - A new post on Packet Pushers: New Return-To-Office Policies

The following post originally appeared in Human Infrastructure, a weekly newsletter from the Packet Pushers. You can sign up and see every back issue here. Earlier this year, Google spent a billion dollars on office space in London. As the company orders employees back to its campuses, it’s also restarting amenities “such as cafes, restaurants, […]

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ICYMI: Day Two Cloud 138: Rethinking Logs And Analysis With vRealize Log Insight Cloud (Sponsored)

VMware is our sponsor today for a Day Two Cloud episode about logging. Specifically, we're talking about vRealize Log Insight Cloud. It’s not just about collecting logs and events, and it's not just for VMware products. What do you get out of the data being logged? That’s what’s interesting. This is much more than a pile of syslogs with a search engine dropped on top.

The post Day Two Cloud 138: Rethinking Logs And Analysis With vRealize Log Insight Cloud (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .
New Podcast on Heavy Networking 622: Intel’s Smart Edge Transforms CPUs For Multiple Edge Uses (Sponsored)

In today’s sponsored Heavy Networking show with Intel, we dive into recent Intel silicon announcements that are impacting how networking services will be delivered in the years to come. The edge of the network is set to change thanks to modern CPUs that accelerate network functions including packet processing and security. Joining us is Intel's Jeni Panhorst, Vice President & General Manager, Network & Edge Platforms Division to talk about recent Intel announcements at Mobile World Congress and what it means for networking at the edge.

The post Heavy Networking 622: Intel’s Smart Edge Transforms CPUs For Multiple Edge Uses (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers .
New Post on Packet Pushers: Introduction To Relational Databases For Network Engineers

The growth of network automation and NetDevOps as a whole has created a shift in the networking industry. The tried-and-true CLI is shifting to the API and CSV inventories are moving to YAML/JSON structures for infrastructure as code. The tools and libraries used with our network operating systems are only growing. One technology that I […]

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Dont miss : Full Stack Journey 064: Should You Embrace Chaos Engineering?

Maybe you've heard of chaos engineering, and you're curious about what it is. This episode will help you understand! Joining Scott for the Full Stack Journey is Cwen (Chengwen) Yin, a co-founder of the Chaos Mesh project. We define chaos engineering, discuss what it's supposed to accomplish, cover the major components of Chaos Mesh, and more.

The post Full Stack Journey 064: Should You Embrace Chaos Engineering? appeared first on Packet Pushers .
New Post on Packet Pushers: New Return-To-Office Policies

The following post originally appeared in Human Infrastructure, a weekly newsletter from the Packet Pushers. You can sign up and see every back issue here. Earlier this year, Google spent a billion dollars on office space in London. As the company orders employees back to its campuses, it’s also restarting amenities “such as cafes, restaurants, […]

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ICYMI: Tech Bytes: Integrating Digital Experience Management And Cloud-Delivered Security (Sponsored)

Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we focus on the intersection of security and digital experience management. With more applications moving to the cloud, IT has to provide secure access while also ensuring a good user experience. Our sponsor Netskope, which provides cloud-based security services, has ideas on how to make this happen.

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