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Network Break 156: The InfoSec Follies; Nokia Wins Big SDN Deal

packetpushers - Tue, 10/10/2017 - 09:15
Get your fill of tech news with Network Break! This week we examine stories from Equifax, Yahoo, Barefoot Networks, Nokia, Google and more. The post Network Break 156: The InfoSec Follies; Nokia Wins Big SDN Deal appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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BIB 003: 6Wind Support for ARM CPUs

packetpushers - Tue, 10/10/2017 - 05:46
Background 6Wind has announced support for ARM CPUs in a briefing released today, Link in the show notes. Link: 6WIND Announces Arm® Processor Support for High Performance Networking – http://www.6wind.com/news-events/press-releases-2017/6wind-press-october-10-2017/ Many people in networking may not have heard of 6Wind but their software is inside many Enterprise and carrier devices. They often license the software […] The post BIB 003: 6Wind Support for ARM CPUs appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Show 360: All About Optics With InterOptic (Sponsored)

packetpushers - Fri, 10/06/2017 - 11:38
On today's sponsored Weekly Show, InterOptic CEO Tim Dixon joins the Packet Pushers for a lively discussion about the world of optics. The post Show 360: All About Optics With InterOptic (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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EEVblog #1029 – BGA PCB Fanout

EEV BLog - Thu, 10/05/2017 - 22:02

Dave looks at some issues with fanning out tiny 0.4mm pitch BGA packages, via pad and hole size, tenting, breakouts, solder mask expansion etc.
And then compares it with an 1136 pin Xilinx Virtex 5 FPGA with 1mm pitch to show the difference in PCB process technologies needed.

Forum HERE

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PQ 130: ANIMA And IoT Networking – IETF 99

packetpushers - Thu, 10/05/2017 - 09:47
Greg Ferro talks about the challenges of connecting lots of little devices to the network in a conversation recorded live at the IETF 99 conference. His guest is Michael Richardson. The post PQ 130: ANIMA And IoT Networking – IETF 99 appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Datanauts 104: Migrating Exchange To Office 365

packetpushers - Wed, 10/04/2017 - 12:33
The Datanauts explore the business case for, and challenges of, migrating on-premises Exchange to Office 365. Our guest is Theresa Miller. The post Datanauts 104: Migrating Exchange To Office 365 appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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DevOps Practices inside Microsoft with Donovan Brown and Martin Woodward

Run As Radio - Tue, 10/03/2017 - 23:00
Microsoft has a DevOps practice too! While at Ignite in Orlando, Richard sat down with Donovan Brown and Martin Woodward to talk about their experiences helping various Microsoft teams move along the DevOps journey. The conversation starts out on Visual Studio Team System (VSTS), Microsoft's source and project management software running in Azure, that also builds Azure, as well as many other Microsoft products, including Windows! Donovan and Martin talk about pressing against the edges of what their tools can do - so that you know when you get there, they will be ready!
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Network Break 155: Azure Stack Arrives; Deloitte’s Embarrassing Breach

packetpushers - Mon, 10/02/2017 - 09:20
The latest Network Break discusses the arrival of Microsoft's Azure Stack on HPE gear, examines breaches at Deloitte and Sonic, watches an Equifax golden parachute unfurl & more. The post Network Break 155: Azure Stack Arrives; Deloitte’s Embarrassing Breach appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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EEVblog #1028 – What’s All This PC/104 Stuff Anyhow?

EEV BLog - Sun, 10/01/2017 - 01:43

Forget Arduino & Raspberry Pi being the embedded platform computing standards, PC/104 has reigned supreme for over 25 years and is still THE industrial embedded computing standard.
Dave boots up a 17 year old 80386SX PC-104 board with Disk On Chip flash drive. Well, after a lot of frustration anyway.
And does anyone remember ThunderByte anti-virus?

Forum HERE

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Show 359: Juniper And The Self-Driving Network (Sponsored)

packetpushers - Fri, 09/29/2017 - 10:00
Juniper Networks joins the Packet Pushers on this sponsored podcast to talk about Juniper's vision of the Self-Driving Network to bring more automation, efficiency, and security to the network. The post Show 359: Juniper And The Self-Driving Network (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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eevBLAB #37 – Youtube Copyright Trolls

EEV BLog - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 20:29

Dave got hit with seven Copyright Content ID claims for background music used in his video, from a company called Adrev a.k.a “Adrev for Rights Holders”

UPDATE:
2ND UPDATE: (From SmartSound)

Thank you very much for bringing this to our attention. We actually do not use AdRev, or any other company, for Content ID, but we do work with them to release incorrect copyright claims. Since all of our music is royalty-free, flagging our own music would be counter-productive for us. These claims do come up for some music in our library that was originally licensed from the original composer on a non-exclusive basis. This music is indeed royalty-free when purchased from us, but the composer may also be selling the music through other methods that are not royalty-free, and YouTube cannot tell the difference, so it flags the video. These claims are quickly released using the methods listed on our website here: http://www.smartsound.com/support/supportFAQ/#RFM_youtube

However, the music tracks that you reference in the video, “Clear Vision” and “Wild Chase”, are actually owned exclusively by SmartSound and should not be in Content ID at all. In fact, these are 2 of the 5 free tracks that are included with our Sonicfire Pro software that anyone can download for free. It seems that someone has taken these tracks and uploaded them to Content ID and claimed them as their own and is now trying to collect revenue. We take this very seriously and are already working to remove the fraudulent claims for these tracks. SmartSound music is 100% licensed to be used on monetized YouTube videos, and even though Content ID will flag first and ask questions later, we have found that AdRev and other similar companies are usually quick to remove the claims when they are incorrect. Disputing the claim through YouTube never seems to get very far, but using the advice from the link above and notifying AdRev directly through the link in our FAQ should resolve the issue in a timely manner.

Again, thank you for bringing this to light. This is a case of someone fraudulently claiming our music as their own, and we will get to the bottom of it immediately. If you have any questions please feel free to let me know.

Best regards,
SmartSound Software, a label of Eins Medien GmbH
www.smartsound.com
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P.S. I have also heard from the head of SmartSound. All claims have been released now but I received another 3 new claims overnight. They should get sorted too.

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EEVblog #1027 – Implantable NeuroStimulator Teardown

EEV BLog - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 20:25

What’s inside an implantable Medtronics Itrel 3 Neurostimulator designed for Neuropathic pain reduction.
Dave tears into the ultrasonically welded titanium case.

Manual HERE

Forum HERE

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EEVblog #1026 – Mystery Dumpster Diving PC

EEV BLog - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 20:18

What’s inside this mystery dumpster dive PC?
Will it work?
Forum HERE

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eevBLAB #36 – Demonetised!

EEV BLog - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 20:14

Dave finally got hit by the dreaded Adpocalypse demonetisation on his Minute Physics / Bill Nye video.
Also a look at the EEVblog advertising revenue and if its has been hit by the Adpocalypse advertising revenue drop in general. Views are compared with revenue to show any drop in ad revenue over time.

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PQ 129: Accelerating Change In Enterprise IT – Future:Net (Sponsored)

packetpushers - Thu, 09/28/2017 - 12:48
The Packet Pushers and an expert panel discuss why technology change is so difficult in the enterprise, and how that might be fixed. This podcast, sponsored by VMware, was recorded live at the Future:Net 2017 conference. The post PQ 129: Accelerating Change In Enterprise IT – Future:Net (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Geek Shock #407 - STD

Ugly Couch Show - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 19:55

Some of us have experienced STD and some of us haven't. You will find out who as we also talk about Scoopfest, Torgo's fawning love of Libby, The Orville, The Secret of Ventriloquism, Blade Runner, CBS All Access, Yoda is higher learning, A Lost Boys Story, Bernie Casey, HBO watches the Watchmen, Kill The Minotaur, The Beast is an Animal (that interests no one), Superman: Year One, N=8, Larry Cohen is Larry Cohen, Sin City, True Lies, The Ballad of Black Tom, Greatest American Hero, Wayward, The Boys, Young Sheldon and Bosom Buddies. So tune into "About", it's time for a Geek Shock!

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BiB 002 – Mellanox & HPE Ethernet Storage Fabric

packetpushers - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 11:38
Mellanox & HPE have partnered to offer Ethernet Storage Fabrics to HPE Storage customers. If you have a Simplicity distributed storage you can’t use your legacy 3-tier tree design, and you can’t use a 4:1 oversubscribed Leaf/Spine. They just don’t work when the storage cluster reconverts. References Link: HPE OEM – Mellanox Technologies – http://www.mellanox.com/oem/hpe/ […] The post BiB 002 – Mellanox & HPE Ethernet Storage Fabric appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Datanauts 103: Azure Infrastructure And PowerShell At Microsoft Ignite

packetpushers - Wed, 09/27/2017 - 09:14
Chris Wahl records a live Datanauts at Microsoft Ignite to talk Azure, Azure Stack, PowerShell and more with Microsoft Technical Fellow Jeffrey Snover. The post Datanauts 103: Azure Infrastructure And PowerShell At Microsoft Ignite appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Database Reliability in 2017 with Allan Hirt

Run As Radio - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 23:00
Databases still need to be reliable, but what does that look like in 2017? Richard chats with Allan Hirt about how he makes databases reliable today. The conversation also turns to how reliability works with the Linux version of SQL Server - clustering is definitely different when you change operating systems! Alan also digs into what the cloud brings to the table - on-premises databases are never going away, and have certain advantages in some scenarios, but you better have a plan for how the cloud fits in, even if only for disaster recovery. The importance of data in an organization isn't going away any time soon!
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BiB 001: Pluribus Partners With D-Link

packetpushers - Tue, 09/26/2017 - 04:18
Pluribus Networks has partnered with D-Link to put the Netvisor OS on D-Link's DXS-5000 open networking switch series. Ethan Banks shares the story. The post BiB 001: Pluribus Partners With D-Link appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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