A detailed look at the Big, Hot and Heavy Ethernet Switches with a large crew to talk about their practical experiences on design, selection and performance of Cisco Nexus switches. The result ? We donâ€™t think the Nexus switches are very exciting. Due to people commitments we recorded a double length show which will be released in two parts. This is Part 2 and Part 1 was released next weekend.
This is the first podcast from the Packet Pushers devoted to Wireless Networking. After Jennifer Huber joined the Packet Pushers on Show 14 â€“ Bum Bugling on Cisco Clean Air we agreed that a wireless podcast about every month or so would be worth doing. Herewith, is the first episode of Packet Pushers Unplugged on wireless networking.
A detailed look at the Big, Hot and Heavy Ethernet Switches with a large crew to talk about their practical experiences on design, selection and performance of Cisco Nexus switches. The result ? We donâ€™t think the Nexus switches are very exciting, HP Flex10 modules are a problem, and so much more.
Following the career discussions in some of our earlier podcasts, and his recent Blog Post â€œSo you Want to be a Network Consultantâ€ Kevin Bovis got in touch with me to talk about what sort of skills an engineer needs. We decided to record the discussion and so you have even more Networking in your ears.
This week, security author, trainer, conference speaker, and consultant Raven Alder adds her bright star to the Packet Pushers constellation. Her wit and wisdom are joined by data center geek and repeat guest Josh Oâ€™Brien, along with regulars Greg and Ethan. Dan was sidelined unexpectedly, but plans to be back next time.
Greg has asked Doug Gourlay from Arista Networks to get his feet under the workbench and talk about Arista Networks. A reasonably new vendor to community, Arista have a unique approach to building Ethernet switches that are software driven for enhanced data centre management and better operation.
Jennifer Huber pulls up a chair at the workbench this week. Her experience and knowledge of in wireless networking is quite awesome. Submarine Cables that carry traffic across the globe have been mapped by Telegeography who has commercial research, some of which is freely available and at cable Map Info where someone is overlaing data […]
SolarWinds Orion fanboy Ethan talks to the Head Geek at SolarWinds, Josh Stephens. The discussion is around Orion Network Performance Monitor v.10. If you havenâ€™t checked out Orion in a few years, itâ€™s all grown up now. Ethanâ€™s implementing Orion NPM and loving it, and had a nice chat with Josh about the core Orion features.
Josh Oâ€™Brien, who consults in the world of Data Center 3.0 and blogs at staticnat.com, joins the Prime Pushers for the podcast. In this show, we go off on the weekâ€™s more interesting news, and discover a bit of technology that Greg actually likes! (He went on so long, we blushed and had to look away.)
Dan is down with the flu, so Greg and Ethan bring Brandon Carroll on board to discuss the news of the week in an abbreviated program.