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Packet Pushers Weekly Podcast
- Episode 334 – Illumio & Adaptive Security (Sponsored)
- Episode 335 – A Deep Dive Into NFV with Jeff Doyle
- Episode 336 – Ethan & Greg Ask Me Anything Part 1
- Episode 337 – Ethan & Greg Ask Me Anything Part 2
- Episode 78 – Object Storage And The OpenIO Project
- Episode 79 – Designing For The VCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)
- Episode 80 – The Current State Of Network Automation And Telemetry
- Episode 81 – Building Secure Email Infrastructure
Priority Queue Podcast
- Episode 110 – Is The CCIE Fading In Value?
- Episode 111 – YANG Models & Telemetry At IETF 98
- Episode 112 – Free Range Routing At IETF 98
- Episode 113 -All About DNS at IETF 98
Citizens of Tech Podcast
- Episode 66 – Scientists Running For Office
- Episode 67 – Garmin Goes After A Patent Troll
- Episode 68 – Should Automakers Use Android Auto + Apple Carplay Exclusively?
- None this month – too focused on Interop session prep. However, much of what I’m building for Interop will be used as a launching pad for future videos. Most likely that will become a mix of free discussions and premium content for PacketPushers.net.
- My office now has one wall painted green-screen green, courtesy of my wife.
- IoT chapter was the focus this month. In this chapter, I briefing introduce what IoT is, then get into the problems with it that impact networkers–security, addressing, and data management.
- Human Infrastructure Magazine 54 – Getting Inside The IETF (excerpt of this article)
- Human Infrastructure Magazine 55 – Your Favorite Vendors Based On Software Quality
- We Are None Of Us Imposters: An Allegory
- Managing Your Time When You Have Too Many Things You Want To Do
- RESPONSE: 3 Hidden Lessons Behind Top Podcasts to Help Yours Stand Out
- Network Computing liked the “imposters” allegory I wrote.
- Packet Pushers maintains a curated list of SD-WAN vendors to help enterprise IT folks in their research. I updated the page this month with a new Cisco Meraki MX entry after a briefing with the Meraki MX platform product manager, Joe Aronow. Thanks for taking the time, Joe. Great information shared.
- Heavily focused on InteropITX presentations this month. I am speaking at the Future Of Networking Summit as one of the co-chairs, and that saddles me with over 3 hours of content to generate. I settled on a slide format that feels authentic. That is, I love whiteboards. I spent most of my career with large whiteboards and markers, sketching out ideas and diagramming network topologies. I found a slide format that, coupled with hand-drawn sketches on my iPad, brings that feeling back. I suppose the novelty of the approach will have worn off after 3+ hours, but it’s what I’m going with for this year.