In the Cloud, at the Core or out on the Edge? Consumers and business users don’t care - they expect the same level of service wherever their data is managed. So as IT leaders, we have to make sure those services don’t miss a beat. What can we learn from others who are keeping the network running every day? Whether you’re running a data center, deploying network equipment at satellite locations, or monitoring the health of your network from the NOC, the Network Resilience Podcast provides an insight into business continuity best practices, from others who are Living on The Edge.
Avoiding Shiny Objects: Talking SD-WAN, NFV and CCIE with Michael Wynston of Fiserv
Michael Wynston of Fiserv discusses the value of CCNA and CCIE certifications; what Network Function Virtualization brings to the table, and how SD-WAN has evolved during the pandemic.
In the Trenches: How the Cable Industry Adapts: featuring Jay Rolls, Former CTO of Charter Communications
How is the cable industry adapting to the current technology trends? With his background at both Charter and Cox, Jay shares his views on automation, edge networks and 5G. Are they an opportunity or a threat? Friend or Foe? The answer, of course, is “yes”.
Zero Touch Management: The Future of Out-of-Band? featuring Todd Rychecky of Opengear
Todd Rychecky is VP Americas at Opengear, and a trusted advisor on Out-of-Band management and Network Resilience solutions. He leads the Americas Sales team at Opengear, and works closely with IT leaders at many large enterprise and hyperscale organizations.
Putting the "F.U.N" into Networking: featuring Roy Chua of AvidThink
Discussing the evolution of SD-WAN, how increased automation will change network management, and why a strategic approach to Network Resilience may be the natural extension of SREs - Site Reliability Engineers.On today's Living on the Edge podcast, Roy...