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    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 »

    • 55 min
    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 »

    • 27 min
    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 »

    • 38 min
    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 »

    • 42 min
    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 »

    • 36 min
    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 »

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
191 Ratings

191 Ratings

Hellcheese ,

A Top enterprise networking podcast

You won’t go wrong adding first Packet Pushers’ network break as your first stop of the week for all things enterprise networking. Hosts are well researched and experienced, running through the stories of the week. The other shows are great too and more theme-specific.

Highwizardsully ,

Very Educational and Practical

It’s basically 2003 ESPN, but infrastructure. Fantastic podcast.

smokewitz ,

Greg’s “Fart” and “Centaur” Metaphors Earn 5 Stars

First NB episode of 2023:

Greg compares the ability to spot someone using a ChatGBT result as akin to being able to identify the guilty party in a silent but violent offense. 😆

Later in the episode, he compares the body of a Centaur to an AiOps model. 🤯

Been listening for years, great podcast, great group of gents. Keep ‘em coming! 🤘🏼

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