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The Fat Pipe - All of the Packet Pushers Podcasts

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Recent Episodes of The Fat Pipe - All of the Packet Pushers Podcasts


NB480: New Dell Switch Targets Ethernet AI Fabrics; Nvidia Net Income Leaps 628%

NB480: New Dell Switch Targets Ethernet AI Fabrics; Nvidia Net Income Leaps 628%

Take a Network Break! Lots of hardware news in today’s episode. We start with a new data center Ethernet switch from Dell designed to accelerate workloads on AI Ethernet fabrics. Public cloud networking startup Alkira raises $100 million in funding. Broadcom announces a 400G NIC that targets AI workloads, and Allegro Packets announces a 400G... Read more »

Episode 27 May 2024 38m and 27s


HN735: Managing OT Networks

HN735: Managing OT Networks

The variety and number of OT devices continue to grow at such a pace that network engineers really need to think through how to manage them as part of their broader network. Dan Massameno joins the show to talk about how he’s collaborating with his facilities department and using SD-Access to manage the OT virtual... Read more »

Episode 24 May 2024 55m and 31s


KU056: Kubernetes Turns 10: A Look at the Past and Future

KU056: Kubernetes Turns 10: A Look at the Past and Future

Kubernetes turns ten years old this summer. We take the opportunity to look at where it’s been and where it’s going. While many other open source projects folded over time, Kubernetes took the world by storm with the support of diverse entities including CNCF, Microsoft, AWS, Google, RedHat, and individual contributors. Moving forward, we predict... Read more »

Episode 23 May 2024 27m and 51s


D2C243: Your Kubernetes Clusters are Showing

D2C243: Your Kubernetes Clusters are Showing

There are about 1.4 million Kubernetes clusters just sitting out there on the public internet as we speak. That is 1.4 million lateral-movement rich, highly privileged environments. The bearer of this anxiety-provoking news is today’s guest, Lee Briggs. Lee explains why major cloud providers make this the default option– ease of use. The good news... Read more »

Episode 22 May 2024 38m and 27s


PP015: Zero Trust Architecture: Because You Can’t Trust Anybody Any More

PP015: Zero Trust Architecture: Because You Can’t Trust Anybody Any More

Zero trust is a buzzword, but what does it actually mean and how will it impact network engineers? Jennifer is here to get us up to speed. First, she gives a general description: It’s a security architectural strategy that’s progressing toward increased observability and trust inferences. Then she breaks it down for the three main... Read more »

Episode 21 May 2024 42m and 9s


HS072: Making Distributed Work Successful

HS072: Making Distributed Work Successful

Don’t call it remote work. Today Johna and Greg dive into distributed work– the future where there is no office vs. remote, there are just asynchronistic workers and their computer screens. Leaders have to move beyond “management by walking around” or “onboarding by shadowing.” They need to carefully select their ecosystem of tools (and tools... Read more »

Episode 21 May 2024 36m and 1s


NB479: Solar Storm Survival; Cisco’s Sinking Revenue Doesn’t Dampen Wall Street

NB479: Solar Storm Survival; Cisco’s Sinking Revenue Doesn’t Dampen Wall Street

Take a Network Break! This week we discuss what IBM and Palo Alto Networks get out of a deal for Palo Alto Networks to buy the SaaS version of the QRadar SIEM from IBM, why LogRhythm is merging with Exabeam, and how Google is positioning its latest AI chip to take on the Nvidia juggernaut.... Read more »

Episode 20 May 2024 41m and 52s


HN734: Russ White Hour Part 2: Snowflakes and Network Automation

HN734: Russ White Hour Part 2: Snowflakes and Network Automation

Welcome to the second part of our interview with friend of the podcast, Russ White. We start our conversation with a listener question about VXLAN/EVPN which acts as a springboard for what Russ really thinks about network engineering these days. He defends network snowflakes, championing their power in business use cases. He questions the merit... Read more »

Episode 17 May 2024 49m and 18s


IPB151: What Changed Alexandra Huides’ Mind about IPv6

IPB151: What Changed Alexandra Huides’ Mind about IPv6

Alexandra Huides didn’t like IPv6 on her first encounter with it. Today she is globally renowned for spreading the IPv6 gospel and helping AWS customers adopt it. Alexandra joins the show today to share what changed her mind about IPv6 and what she sees change the minds of network engineers every day: Greater client traffic... Read more »

Episode 16 May 2024 34m and 59s


NAN063: The Team Behind Nautobot (Part 2) – The Benefits of Technical Writing

NAN063: The Team Behind Nautobot (Part 2) – The Benefits of Technical Writing

Curious about what it takes to write a technical book as a network engineer? You’re in luck. The team behind Nautobot is also the team behind the book “Network Automation with Nautobot: Adopt a network source of truth and a data-driven approach to networking.” Jason, Ken, and John tell us about their writing process, timeline,... Read more »

Episode 15 May 2024 26m and 32s

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