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Tom Hollingsworth on Networking's Transition to Software

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Tom Hollingsworth on Networking's Transition to Software

Networking expert Tom Hollingsworth delves into the shift from hardware to software, how open networking should advance, and how networking teams can avoid being the DMV of their organizations.


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Brian Gracely on Containers in the Enterprise

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Brian Gracely on Containers in the Enterprise

Hear how containers are moving into the enterprise, the challenges of putting them into production, and the best ways to learn about container technologies. Brian Gracely is director of product strategy for Red Hat OpenShift and co-host of The Cloudcast and The ServerlessCast. 


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Tom Hollingsworth on Changes in the SD-WAN Market

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Tom Hollingsworth on Changes in the SD-WAN Market

Networking expert Tom Hollingsworth reflects on Cisco's acquisition of Viptela, what it means for the market, and whether it changes how enterprises evaluate SD-WAN options.


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Scott Lowe on Getting Started with Network Automation

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Scott Lowe on Getting Started with Network Automation

Learn why network automation is so crucial for the careers of networking and infrastructure professionals, and why you don't need to learn to code to effectively use automation. Scott Lowe is a well-known author, blogger, speaker, podcaster, and a 20+ year veteran of the IT industry. He's currently an engineering architect on the NSX team at VMware.


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Ethan Banks on Networking's Future & How You Can Prepare

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Ethan Banks on Networking's Future & How You Can Prepare

Hear from Ethan Banks of Packet Pushers on how and why networking is changing, and what networking professionals can do to adapt.


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DevOps Equals Happiness

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DevOps Equals Happiness

Research has shown that organizations heading toward DevOps maturity have employees who report they are more engaged and happier with their work. In this episode of Talking DevOps, Josh Atwell, Developer Advocate for NetApp SolidFire, explores how DevOps can connect workers more directly to business outcomes, leading to increased job and customer satisfaction. You can hear more about DevOps from Josh at Interop ITX in May, where he will present, "How To Evolve Ops Skills to a DevOps World." Register now for Interop ITX, May 15-19.

 

 


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Support For Ops Speeds DevOps Progress

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Support For Ops Speeds DevOps Progress

In the pursuit of DevOps, organizations often experience temporary growing pains, resulting in increased deployment problems and outages, according to Puppet's State of DevOps report. But as operations teams become more familiar with the tools used and identify issues, they can support more rapid deployment schedules with better quality and fewer outages. In this episode of Talking DevOps, Josh Atwell, Developer Advocate for NetApp SolidFire, explains why.


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In DevOps Maturity, Ops Lags Behind

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In DevOps Maturity, Ops Lags Behind

Operations maturation in DevOps is happening, but the tools and capabilities that support it are slow to be created. In this episode of Talking DevOps, Josh Atwell, Developer Advocate for NetApp SolidFire, examines the reasons for the operations lag and how to overcome the resulting skills gap.


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DevOps Success Requires Equal Parts Dev & Ops

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DevOps Success Requires Equal Parts Dev & Ops

In the push toward DevOps, much of focus is on software developers and development, but without equal investments on the operations side, progress slows down. In this episode of Talking DevOps, Josh Atwell, Developer Advocate for NetApp SolidFire, emphasizes the concept of balance and the need for adequate attention on the operations side of the equation. 


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Why You Finally Really Need IPv6

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Why You Finally Really Need IPv6

Still think you can ignore IPv6? In this episode of Network Matters with Ethan Banks, learn why putting off a migration to IPv6 can adversely affect your business. Ethan explains the performance issues that can arise and the limitations of address translation.


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