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D2DO247: Chocolate or Carrots? How Humor Can Foster Good DevOps Relationships

July 24, 2024 41:02 7.8 MB ( 21.74 MB less) Downloads: 0

Guests Ashish and Shilpi from the Cloud Security Podcast converse with Ned and Kyler on how humor and relatability can foster an engaging and collaborative environment in DevOps. The conversation also covers the importance of foundational knowledge in technology, the impact of AI on careers, and the value of just being human and learning from... Read more »

PP023: Wi-Fi Security Part 1 – Unpacking Vulnerabilities and Exploits

July 23, 2024 43:46 8.03 MB ( 23.48 MB less) Downloads: 0

From an SSID confusion exploit to a RADIUS attack to a critical vulnerability in a Windows Wi-Fi driver, the past several months have seen multiple attacks and exploits targeting the wireless realm. On today’s Packet Protector podcast we talk with Wi-Fi security expert Stephen Orr to get his take on the severity of these issues,... Read more »

HS078: Is It Time To Dump Microsoft?

July 23, 2024 30:07 5.56 MB ( 37.8 MB less) Downloads: 0

Should enterprises ditch Microsoft because of security concerns? Microsoft’s numerous vulnerabilities and questionable responses make it a significant risk for continued use. At the same time, Microsoft’s strong integration and utility in enterprise environments make it attractive for continued use. Johna Till Johnson and John Burke debate. They also weigh considerations including the challenges of... Read more »

Tech Bytes: Prioritizing and Managing IoT/OT Vulnerabilities with Palo Alto Networks (Sponsored)

July 22, 2024 19:01 3.6 MB ( 23.87 MB less) Downloads: 0

Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we discuss vulnerability management for IoT and OTT devices with sponsor Palo Alto Networks. These devices–think video cameras, sensors, medical equipment, industrial control systems, and so on–present unique challenges when it comes to finding, prioritizing, and managing software vulnerabilities. Palo Alto Networks’ machine learning-based solutions offer visibility, risk prioritization,... Read more »

NB487: The BSODs Strike Back; SolarWinds Sorta Dodges SEC Bullets

July 22, 2024 48:23 9.09 MB ( 60.67 MB less) Downloads: 0

Take a Network Break! This week we cover the CrowdStrike/Microsoft patch debacle, why SolarWinds isn’t entirely out of trouble following a judge’s dismissal of most–but not all–of an SEC lawsuit, and why an AT&T breach revelation highlights third-party risk. Juniper announces an AI infrastructure testing lab and enhancements to its capabilities to operate AI infrastructure,... Read more »

TL000: Announcing Technically Leadership, a New Podcast for the Next Phase of Your Career

July 17, 2024 3:26 0.63 MB ( 4.3 MB less) Downloads: 0

Technically Leadership is a brand new podcast on the Packet Pushers network. Host Laura Santamaria explores leadership in the tech industry, with conversations and insights to help you development your management skills. Whether you’re considering your first management role or you’re an experienced manager working your way to the C-suite, this podcast is for you.... Read more »

HN741: History of Networking: How Bridging Saved Ethernet

July 12, 2024 47:59 69.19 MB Downloads: 0

Ready to take a trip back to the 1980’s and learn some networking history? We talk with Alan Kirby, who was there forty years ago when the first Ethernet bridge was created at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). He explains the story of why and how it came to be. We discuss how Ethernet compared to... Read more »

NAN068: Is Cloud Networking the Future for Network Engineers?

July 10, 2024 39:39 28.55 MB Downloads: 0

On today’s episode, host Eric Chou and guest Kyler Middleton discuss the transition from on-prem network engineering to cloud networking; the importance of adapting to new platforms such as AWS, Azure, and Terraform; and the future of cloud versus on-premises solutions. We also discuss Kyler’s background, navigating the journey from a farm upbringing to a... Read more »

PP022: Inside an Equipment Test Lab

July 09, 2024 47:11 33.97 MB Downloads: 0

Third-party test labs can help buyers make decisions about which products to purchase. While a testing lab can’t mimic the conditions of your specific production environment, it can assess a product’s fundamental capabilities and measure throughput, performance, and–in the case of security devices–effectiveness against a test suite of malware or attack techniques. On today’s episode... Read more »

Tech Bytes: High Performance, Scalable Object Storage with MinIO (Sponsored)

July 08, 2024 18:27 26.65 MB Downloads: 0

Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we talk with Jonathan Symonds, Chief Marketing Officer at MinIO about MinIO’s object storage offering; a software-defined, Amazon S3-compatible object storage that offers high performance and scale for modern workloads and AI/ML. We discuss how MinIO helps customers across industries drive AI innovation and AI architectures, how object storage... Read more »

NB486: Chrome Ditches Entrust Certs; Do AI Stocks Mirror the DotCom Bubble?

July 08, 2024 43:37 62.9 MB Downloads: 0

Take a Network Break! This week we cover why the Google Chrome browser won’t trust a set of Entrust digital certificates come November and what you should do about it, an emergency security patch from Juniper, and the reasons why France’s Competition Authority is scrutinizing Nvidia. A roaming provider in the EU says a massive... Read more »

D2C246: Can Service Level Objectives (SLOs) Help Keep Users Happy?

July 03, 2024 38:39 27.82 MB Downloads: 0

Service Level Objectives (SLOs) are a set of reliability measurements for customer or user expectations of services; in other words, are people having a good experience with your application or service? Today’s Day Two Cloud explores SLOs, the relevant metrics, and how to measure them. We also talk about how SLOs are a cross-discipline objective... Read more »

PP021: Critical Vulnerabilities, AI-Assisted Scams, Compromised VPNs, and More Security News

July 02, 2024 36:42 26.42 MB Downloads: 0

It’s an all-news episode for this week’s Packet Protector podcast. We cover critical vulnerabilities in the MOVEit file transfer software and in thousands of ASUS routers, and a remote code execution vulnerability in a Windows wireless driver that you really should patch. We discuss a Wall Street Journal article about how AI tools are helping... Read more »

HS 077: Should IT Lead or Follow?

July 02, 2024 30:20 43.77 MB Downloads: 0

The evolving role of IT in business is the topic of lively discussion between co-hosts Johna Johnson and John Burke.  Johna argues that IT should align with business goals, acting as an executive assistant, while John believes IT should take a proactive leadership role, driving innovation and framing business problems. They explore the challenges IT... Read more »

Tech Bytes: Why SD-WAN is the Secret to SASE Success (Sponsored)

July 01, 2024 17:32 25.32 MB Downloads: 0

The rise of SASE has eclipsed SD-WAN as organizations develop strategies and analyze products for secure access. But SD-WAN is an essential component of SASE; in fact, sponsor Palo Alto Networks says SD-WAN is the most important component. On today’s Tech Bytes podcast we talk with Palo Alto Networks about why SD-WAN underpins a SASE... Read more »