Greg Ferro is a network engineer, an architect, a designer, speaker & presente, he is well known for his Ethereal mind technology blog and as a host of Packet Pushers Podcast.
On today’s Heavy Networking, we explore how to get network data you reference all the time and store it in a CSV using Ansible, the Genie parser, and Jinja2. Our guide for how to assemble these gears and get them cranking is John Capobianco, automation maven and Sr. IT Planner and Integrator for the House of Commons in the Canadian Parliament. The post Heavy Networking 563: Automating Documentation With Ansible, Genie, And Jinja2 appeared first on Packet Pushers.
In today’s sponsored show with Juniper Networks, we dive into Juniper's Paragon product portfolio, which measures service quality for critical applications. The portfolio allows service providers and enterprises to get deeper visibility into, and automated control over, their networks. Our guests from Juniper to walk us through the portfolio are Peter Weinberger and Jonas Krogell. The post Heavy Networking 562: Juniper’s Paragon Automation Portfolio Prioritizes Service Experience (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
In today's podcast, sponsored by IP Fabric, we dive into the IP Fabric Network Assurance platform. This platform gathers network configuration and state, and then builds a network model using a graph database. The result is a "digital twin" of the network that engineers and security teams can use for troubleshooting, to plan and verify changes, for network and security analysis, and to enable closed-loop automation. Our guests from IP Fabric are Pavel Bykov, CEO; and Daren Fulwell, Network Automation Evangelist. The post Heavy Networking 561: Modeling Your Network For Intent-Based Assurance With IP Fabric (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Construction sites generate tons of data but often lack network connectivity. Today's Heavy Networking explores how one CTO has found ways to move huge data sets to HQ and the cloud using everything from Free Space Optics to LTE to consumer broadband. There are also stories about flying drones and robot dogs, and the operational impacts of SD-WAN. Our guest is Michael Shepherd, CTO of Rogers-O’Brien Construction. The post Heavy Networking 560: Moving Big Data Sets From Far-Off Locations appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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London, UK
Episode Count
625
Podcast Count
3
Total Airtime
1 week, 5 days
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