Avsnittet publicerades: 12/20/2019
On December 18, 2019, the Packet Pushers hosted a livestream gathering on YouTube where the Packet Pushers and special guests answered audience questions.
This podcast episode is the audio capture of that livestream.
Our conversation covers:
* Cisco’s new ASIC and 8000 router family
* Will the multi-cloud ever get a hypervisor, and what role will Kubernetes play?
* Cisco’s new certification path and whether certs teach deep knowledge or specialized product operation
* Will SDA and ACI merge into a single fabric?
* The current state of VNF performance
* Zero-trust environments and software-defined perimeters
This is our final Heavy Networking show for 2019. Thanks for another year of your attention, support, and conversation. We’ll be back in January 2020 with more nerdy networking and IT shows to keep you company in the car, at the gym, or wherever you listen.
Enjoy the holidays and have a Happy New Year!
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