Tech Bytes: Choosing Single-Vendor SASE For Networking And Security (Sponsored)
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by Drew Conry-Murray, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
19h ago
Today on the Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, we get into Secure Access Services Edge (SASE), which combines SD-WAN with cloud-delivered security services. You can integrate parts from different vendors, but Palo Alto Networks is here to make a case for why you might want to consider a single-vendor approach. The post Tech Bytes: Choosing Single-Vendor SASE For Networking And Security (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Network Break 423: Arista Woos Large Enterprises With New SD-WAN Router; Google Breaks Glass Enterprise
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by Drew Conry-Murray
1d ago
This week's Network Break covers Arista's new WAN routers that get the company into the SD-WAN market, debates whether Aryaka targeting SMEs is a sign of problems or opportunity, and discusses an update on the size of the SASE market. We also look at an HPE acquisition, the use of exploding USBs to target journalists, space networking, and more. The post Network Break 423: Arista Woos Large Enterprises With New SD-WAN Router; Google Breaks Glass Enterprise appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Briefings In Brief 103: Arista Enters The SD-WAN Arena
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by Drew Conry-Murray, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
4d ago
Arista Networks has announced two hardware WAN routers, the 5510 and the 5310, which are targeted at branch, edge, and remote sites. The routers run EOS with a full routing stack. The new hardware can run as standard routers, or be used for SD-WAN with all the features you’d expect, including support for multiple links and app identification. Ethan Banks and Drew Conry-Murray share what they learned in a briefing with the company and debate the strategy behind Arista's entry into the SD-WAN market. The post Briefings In Brief 103: Arista Enters The SD-WAN Arena appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Heavy Networking 671: Is ChatGPT Coming For Your Job?
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by Greg Ferro, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
4d ago
On today's Heavy Networking we sub in a podcast from our Heavy Strategy channel. Greg Ferro from the Packet Pushers and Johna Till Johnson, CEO of Nemertes Research, discuss the impacts of ChatGPT and AI on the technology workspace, including whether human workers can partner with these tools to increase productivity and improve technology experiences. They don't have answers, but they do have unanswered questions. The post Heavy Networking 671: Is ChatGPT Coming For Your Job? appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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IPv6 Buzz 122: Using IPv6 Networks For IPv4 As A Service
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by Tom Coffeen, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
5d ago
On today's IPv6 Buzz podcast we explore the topic of using IPv6 networks to provide IPv4 as a Service (IPv4aaS). Enterprises may become more interested in IPv4aaS as they connect disparate services in their environments. We discuss how IPv4aaS works, and enterprise and service provider use cases. The post IPv6 Buzz 122: Using IPv6 Networks For IPv4 As A Service appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Day Two Cloud 187: The Back End Of Bear Blog With Herman Martinus
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by Ethan Banks, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
6d ago
Today on Day Two Cloud we talk with developer Herman Martinus about his open-source blogging platform Bear. We talk about how a developer views infrastructure and operations, and how he went about building his platform. The post Day Two Cloud 187: The Back End Of Bear Blog With Herman Martinus appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Network Break 422: Microsoft Tasks Copilot To Do Your Drudge Work; Cisco Debuts A New Learning Platform
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by Drew Conry-Murray
1w ago
On this week's Network Break podcast we examine Palo Alto Networks adding AI Ops to its SASE offering, and Microsoft Copilot bringing AI into its suite of Office tools. The Ethernet Adapter market grew 22% in 2022, but not because more NICs were sold; we discuss the real reasons and cover more tech news. The post Network Break 422: Microsoft Tasks Copilot To Do Your Drudge Work; Cisco Debuts A New Learning Platform appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Heavy Networking 670: The Challenges And Satisfactions Of Building And Running A Mastodon Instance
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by Drew Conry-Murray, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
1w ago
On today’s Heavy Networking I talk with two people who have built and are running Hachyderm, a Mastodon instance which orients itself towards technical-minded folks. What started as a cool project in the basement suddenly grew to tens of thousands of users. I talk with Hachyderm's founders on how they scaled, problems they encountered, how they solved problems, and how they grappled with technical and human challenges. The post Heavy Networking 670: The Challenges And Satisfactions Of Building And Running A Mastodon Instance appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Day Two Cloud 186: A Day In The Life Of A Sales Engineer With Pete Robertson
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by Ethan Banks, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
1w ago
Today's Day Two Cloud episode gets into sales engineering. IT pros may look down on sales for not being a strictly technical discipline, but it turns out there's more overlap between an engineer and a sales engineer than you might think. Both have to solve problems, understand requirements, and design and deliver outcomes. Our guest is Pete Robertson, a sales engineer for a value-added reseller. The post Day Two Cloud 186: A Day In The Life Of A Sales Engineer With Pete Robertson appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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Tech Bytes: Automating Network Administration At Scale With BackBox (Sponsored)
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by Drew Conry-Murray, Packet Pushers Interactive LLC
2w ago
Today's Tech Bytes podcast gets into network automation with sponsor BackBox. BackBox’s approach to automation is to focus on network engineers and integrate automation with how they already do their jobs. BackBox works with more than 180 network and security vendors. The post Tech Bytes: Automating Network Administration At Scale With BackBox (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers ..read more
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