Does your home wireless network run a little slow? Do you wish you could find a way to improve it without buying new hardware? Ian Beyer has some tips and tricks for you here.
Opening backdoors in encryption protocols makes us all safer, right? Or does it actually make us all more vulnerable? Bruce Schneier has a wonderful post on this subject and the coming policy debate.
VMware is buying Veriflow. Andrea Mauro has some perspective on the acquisition in this post.
Kubernetes has become the default container orchestrator in modern IT. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to configure or manage for the average enterprise. We’ve already come a long way in moving away from the byzantine days of Kubernetes past. It is a much more enterprise-friendly platform today, with a number of PaaS solutions making it increasingly viable. But challenges remain.
Being your own boss seems like a laudable goal when you’re working for someone else. On a recent Community Roundtable, Jordan Martin from Network Collective talked with Jody Lemoine and Bruno Wollmann about how they made the move to going independent. It has a distinctly Canadian perspective, but there’s lots of great perspective that anyone can enjoy.
Most IT practitioners aren’t comfortable speaking to large groups of people. Heck, most people in general aren’t comfortable with public speaking. Getting over the fear or public speaking and sharing your story and perspective is a great way to help others, make new connections, and get noticed.
If you find yourself getting behind trying to keep cup with the latest technology, Nicola Arnoldi has some ideas you want to check out.
BGP is so important to our Internet lives. But is it the best solution? Or can it be improved. Nick Buraglio discusses some of the issues and potential fixes with BGP.
Are you tired of checking your email? Do you feel compelled to do it even when you’re on the beach? Teresa Miller knows how you feel. She’s got a great post about how something as simple as looking at your email can start you down the path to burnout.
If you’re working with security, you need to know about microsegmentation. Joe Onisick has a great primer that you want to read.