HN730: Retail, Healthcare, Manufacturing and More Transform Their Branches with Next-Gen SD-WAN and SASE (Sponsored)
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by Katie Dunn, Packet Pushers
3d ago
If you haven’t made the leap from traditional wide area networking to SD-WAN, or perhaps you’re thinking about adding security services to your SD-WAN infrastructure, this episode is for you. Rajesh Kari from Palo Alto Networks joins the show to share customer stories from the front lines of multi-branch businesses’ networks. Industry verticals including retail,... Read more ..read more
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Day Two Cloud: The Duality of Enterprise AI
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by Packet Pushers
4d ago
Welcome to a crossover episode with the Day Two Cloud podcast! AI has been around forever; AI is emergent. AI is just data analytics; AI hallucinates. AI doesn’t have many business use cases; AI is already being used by your employees. Today, Greg and Johna from the Heavy Strategy podcast join Day Two Cloud to... Read more ..read more
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D2C240: The Duality of Enterprise AI
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by Katie Dunn, Packet Pushers
5d ago
AI has been around forever; AI is emergent. AI is just data analytics; AI hallucinates. AI doesn’t have many business use cases; AI is already being used by your employees. Today, Greg and Johna from the Heavy Strategy podcast join Day Two Cloud to give their takes on enterprise AI. Johna brings with her the... Read more ..read more
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NAN060: Python for Network Engineering with Kirk Byers (Part 2)
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by Packet Pushers
5d ago
This is Part 2 of Kirk Byers’ interview. We discuss the Git course he’s developing and the need to build bridges between networking and testing so we can move automation forward. This of course leads us to geek out about AutoCon and the talks we’re most excited about. Plus, Kirk shares his wisdom about creating... Read more ..read more
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P010: CISA’s Cyber Incident Reporting Law: What You Need to Know
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by Packet Pushers
6d ago
The US government is seeking comment on a new law mandating detailed cyber incident reporting. In this episode, we cover what you need to know about the “Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act.” We break down the details, including what kind of companies the law applies to, what it defines as an “incident,” and... Read more ..read more
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HW025: Easy as Pi: The WLAN Pro’s Swiss Army Knife
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by Packet Pushers
6d ago
In 2016, a handful of wireless engineers got together and decided to create the portable tool they all wish existed. Thus the WLAN Pi was born. Jerry Olla, Nick Turner, and Jiri Brejcha join the show today to talk about the evolution of the open source WLAN Pi and its current capabilities. The latest generation... Read more ..read more
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NB474: Intel Strikes Back In GPU Wars; The Fork Is Strong With Valkey
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by Katie Dunn, Packet Pushers
1w ago
Take a Network Break! This week we start with some FU on Intel drivers, and how FISA affects people outside (and inside) the US. In the news we cover Intel’s rollout of new XPU silicon and associated software as it tries to make up ground against Nvidia’s AI dominance, Zscaler’s acquisition of a microsegmentation startup... Read more ..read more
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Tech Bytes: Building an Effective Security Platform with Fortinet (Sponsored)
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by Katie Dunn, Packet Pushers
1w ago
There’s a lot of well-earned criticism of security platforms: They’re a tangle of acquired products, packaged so you pay for more than you need, sucking you into a single vendor. Today John Maddison from Fortinet explains why their security platform is different. Fortinet has one unified fabric with a single operating system, agent, and management... Read more ..read more
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HN729: Open Source to Closed
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by Katie Dunn, Packet Pushers
1w ago
With “The Cathedral and the Bazaar” as his guide, Srivats launched Ostinato, his open source project, in 2010. He needed an affordable network traffic generator at his day job, he was passionate enough to build one during his nights and weekends, and end users loved it– it has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times.... Read more ..read more
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KU053: Migrate Legacy Applications to Kubernetes with Konveyor
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by Packet Pushers
1w ago
Whether you want to migrate legacy applications to Kubernetes in order to save the whales or for any other reason, Konveyor is here to help. Savitha Raghunathan joins us today to walk us through the open source tool. The basics: You input the application’s source code (any language that has a language server) and Konveyor... Read more ..read more
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