Strategic Networking is Key for Women Professionals

Women on Business

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Autonomous Networks: The Future We Need Now

DevOps.com

This same line of thinking should be applied to managing the network or system infrastructure. While network operators face the same challenges as […]. The post Autonomous Networks: The Future We Need Now appeared first on DevOps.com.

DevOps and Networking: Working to Achieve Nirvana

DevOps.com

If there’s an outage or even a hiccup in the performance or network service, it’s on the network and application teams (not the cloud provider) to fix it. The post DevOps and Networking: Working to Achieve Nirvana appeared first on DevOps.com.

UDP Jokes – Networking

I'm Programmer

The post UDP Jokes – Networking appeared first on I'm Programmer. Programming Funny Images Programming Jokes best programming jokes for networking fun about networking jokes about networking protocol networking jokes UDP Jokes UDP vs TCP protocols

Network Segmentation Issues and Opportunities

Edgewise

Wherever the network is hosted, the fact remains that organizations must implement segmentation to manage security, compliance, performance, and more. Microsegmentation network security zero trust segmentation Firewalls

Got 99 Problems but Your Network Ain’t One

Edgewise

Owners and employees need access to databases, payment systems, collaboration technologies, custom-built applications, and more to perform everyday work, and all of these resources reside on some network somewhere. Or multiple networks. What is on the network?

3 Paths to Reduce the Network Attack Surface

Edgewise

With each passing year, companies’ networks grow. Consequently, the network attack surface grows proportionally. Stopping or limiting network sprawl seems impossible given today’s business requirements. To reduce risk, defenders must shrink the network attack surface.

Operating your Network with Intent-Based Networking

Apstra

This blog is the third in a series highlighting Apstra's participation in Networking Field Day 19. Data Center Transformation Intent-Based Analytics Intent-Based Networking NFD19 VMware ServiceNow Grey Failures

Managing Your Multi-Cloud Network

Edgewise

As a network or security operations professional, it’s your job to make certain the move goes smoothly. Therefore, before making any large-scale changes, you need to establish a sound network security model that allows for a successful migration. So you’re moving to the cloud!

Five Networking Tips for Entrepreneurs

Strategy Driven

Networking is one of the lesser appreciated talents that the world’s most successful entrepreneurs have mastered. Knowing how to network is a fine line between making friends and actively seeking out business partnerships. Be proactive about networking.

Query Your Network Like a Database

DevOps.com

Network process automation is an often-overlooked component of DevOps. Incorporating DevOps philosophies toward networking, or DevNetOps, can lead to even greater process improvements and more flexible deployments. Blogs DevOps Practice DevNetOps GraphQL network automation OpenConfig

Network Teams: Keys to Cloud Migration Success

Kentik

As enterprises integrate their networks with their public cloud strategies, several best practices for network teams are emerging. Network teams should assess the network requirements of every application before it migrates to the cloud. Final Thoughts on Cloud Networking.

History of Networking, Part 1

DevOps.com

The post History of Networking, Part 1 appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs ROELBOB

Tools for generating deep neural networks with efficient network architectures

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Wong and his collaborators are building solutions for enterprises, including tools for generating efficient neural networks and for the performance analysis of networks deployed to edge devices.

What’s Preventing Disaggregation in Networking?

The New Stack

Adam’s background of supporting networking products as a vendor, paired with his operational experience running large-scale data center networks gives him a unique perspective on how to build reliable, resilient, and easy-to-use products. So What Is the Legacy Networking Model?

Network Automation with Ansible

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

DevOps is an operational model that helps businesses achieve agility, efficiency and as of late networks are also becoming part of this model. Data Center Opinions Networking

30 network security Twitter feeds to follow

TechTalk

Tech Zone email security hacking infosec malware network security network security Twitter feeds patch managementTwitter is where information is updated within seconds, especially in the information technology industry.

Network Awareness Using ARPwatch | Roadmap to Securing Your Infrastructure

Linux Academy

This topic of network awareness is dear to my heart — not because of what it does but because it is network-based and I started out in the IT field as a network engineer, so networking holds a special place for me. What do I mean by “network awareness”?

Power Up Your Network, from Edge to Core to Cloud

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

And when it comes to the network, power truly is the name of the game. Networking News Dell EMCAnother Dell Technologies World is upon us! With it comes the opportunity for us to share the power of our portfolio with customers, partners, media and analysts from around the world.

3 Things To Consider When Business Networking

Women on Business

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Networking Like a Pro

Women on Business

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Making Complex Cloud Networking Manageable

Megaport

How Network as a Service removes the complexity of cloud networking. Now, with the arrival of sophisticated Network as a Service offerings, that’s finally possible. The post Making Complex Cloud Networking Manageable appeared first on Megaport.

F5 Networks Acquires NGINX to Meld NetOps with DevOps

DevOps.com

As part of an effort to better align DevOps and network operations (NetOps), F5 Networks plans to acquire NGINX, a provider of widely employed open source loading balancing software. The post F5 Networks Acquires NGINX to Meld NetOps with DevOps appeared first on DevOps.com.

Intent-based Networking and Threat Mitigation

Apstra

In my previous blog I discussed Intent-Based Networking and security and how the adoption of Intent-Based Networking allows users to greatly enhance the security posture of their network. Intent-Based Networking Solutions.

Unveiling Cognitive Campus Networking

Arista

At Arista Networks, the status quo inspires us to innovate and continue our mission to reinvent the network – from ­­cloud to client. Today, we’re continuing that journey – into the campus network.

Kubernetes Networking 101

Kentik

Understanding the network footprint of applications and services is now essential for delivering fast and reliable services in cloud-native environments. For container cluster networking, there is the Docker model and the Kubernetes model. L2 networks and Linux bridging.

Microsegmentation – Secure Your Internal Network

CTOvision

The problem I have with these statements is that every network engineer I know segments their network more than just at the subnet level and their segmentation is not limited to just north-south traffic. This is something you can’t do with static network ACLs at layer 2.

Avoid network outages with Kerio Control

TechTalk

Businesses have higher expectations on the availability of their networks. When we were hunter-gatherers, we felt the fight-or-flight response when a tiger or bear entered our camp. Now, we have the same feeling when the internet is down.

How Microsegmentation Differs from Network Segmentation

Edgewise

Microsegmentation as both a term and a network security concept has been in the playbooks for years. Its main purpose is to reduce the network attack surface by limiting east-west communication through the application of granular security controls at the workload level.

Building a Zero Trust Platform to Build an Adaptive Zero Trust Network

Edgewise

I had interviewed with several companies when my ex-colleague approached me about Edgewise Networks. Zero Trust Networking EdgewiseTwo years ago, after taking a 4-year hiatus from writing software for security, I started to seek other opportunities.

Pssst… Look Who’s in Your Network!

Firemon

According to compliance consulting organization securityMETRICS, 85% of organizations did not have comprehensive methods to restrict access to their networks. Now, with IoT and your smart refrigerator connecting to the office network, the threat surface has become explosive.

VMware Brings NSX Network Virtualization into DevOps Realm

DevOps.com

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 conference, VMware moved to bring network virtualization into the realm of DevOps by adding support for a declarative programming model and JSON data formats to version 2.4

Dell EMC and the 5G Network Transformation

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

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Is your network bandwidth used properly?

TechTalk

Is your network bandwidth used properly? In most cases, when users complain that their network is slow, there is a high chance the network bandwidth is overloaded. […].

Analyzing 50k fonts using deep neural networks

Erik Bernhardsson

Training a neural network. Now, let’s train a neural network that generates characters! I built a simple neural network using Lasagne/Theano – check out the code here. To start with, let’s recreate real font characters with characters generated from the network. These are all characters drawn from the test set , so the network hasn’t seen any of them during training. All we’re telling the network is (a) what font it is (b) what character it is.