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Network Break 154: Arista & Cisco Put New Products In The Cloud

packetpushers - Mon, 09/25/2017 - 09:31
The Network Break analyzes the latest tech news, including new cloud products from Arista and Cisco, per-second pricing from Amazon, business moves from Google and Toshiba, and more. The post Network Break 154: Arista & Cisco Put New Products In The Cloud appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Show 358: The NSX Future With VMware (Sponsored)

packetpushers - Fri, 09/22/2017 - 11:08
On today's sponsored Weekly Show, we look at the role of VMware NSX in bringing networking, automation, and security to applications on premises and in the cloud. The post Show 358: The NSX Future With VMware (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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EEVblog #1025 – Minute Physics + Bill Nye Promoting Rayton Solar

EEV BLog - Fri, 09/22/2017 - 04:04

A response to Minute Physics’s latest video promoting the Rayton Solar equity crowd funding campaign.
Dave looks at Rayton Solar and it’s investment risk and practical viability and asks the question, should Minute Physics have promoted this? And they roped in Bill Nye too!
Let me know what you think, did Minute Physics cross a line in doing a paid promotion of a risky commercial equity crowd funding campaign?

Forum HERE

A blog post on details of the Rayton Solar campaign

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EEVblog #b10000000000 – 1K Micro Magic

EEV BLog - Fri, 09/22/2017 - 03:59

What can you fit in 1K words of microcontroller program memory?
Dave takes a look at two old projects of his published in Electronics Australia magazine using a PIC 16F84 with 1K of program memory.
Will the assembly language code still compile first go in MPLABX after 18 years?

Assembler Code Download

Forum HERE

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PQ 128: ExtraHop 7.0 & Addy Machine Learning (Sponsored)

packetpushers - Thu, 09/21/2017 - 11:10
ExtraHop joins the Packet Pushers for this sponsored episode to discuss packet analysis and the latest capabilities in ExtraHop 7.0. We also talk about ExtraHop's Addy machine learning and its ability to provide more actionable insight. The post PQ 128: ExtraHop 7.0 & Addy Machine Learning (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Datanauts 102: Does Data Locality Matter?

packetpushers - Wed, 09/20/2017 - 10:41
In distributed storage/HCI systems, does it matter whether the storage mount for a workload is local or across the network? The Datanauts & guest Howard Marks discuss data locality. The post Datanauts 102: Does Data Locality Matter? appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Geek Shock #406 - The Biggs Tickle

Ugly Couch Show - Wed, 09/20/2017 - 04:46

This week, Jeff suffers from the Biggs Tickle, Jeff also tries to tell a story without being interrupted, IT happens, Lord of Light, Torgo delights in I Am Legend, Kerstan goes Witching, The boys get gifts (Thanks Jamie!), Come with Tim Miller if you want to live, Harry Dean Stanton, Time Salvager moves forward, Summer of Night gets the IT greenlight, Jamie Lee Curtis returns to Halloween, Johnnie Walker goes Blade Runner, Superman revives the 3 hour cut, Nightmare Cinema gets revved up and Paperbacks from Hell. So get tickled, it's time for a Geek Shock!

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The DSC Book with Missy Januszko

Run As Radio - Tue, 09/19/2017 - 23:00
Desired State Configuration continues to evolve, are you? Richard chats with Missy Januszko about her work (with Don Jones) on The DSC Book. DSC is short for Desired State Configuration, and a key part of PowerShell and the Windows Management Framework. Missy talks about how DSC is a key part of creating 'cattle' style infrastructure, where servers can be replaced on demand and changes are handled through code, not mouse-clicks. The conversation digs into the limits of the 'cattle-ness' of servers and what moves easily to the model and what doesn't. The DSC Book is a 'forever' book from LeanPub and is routinely updated!
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Network Break 153: Will Gigamon Get Bought?; VMware Extends Cloud Play

packetpushers - Mon, 09/18/2017 - 09:58
The Network Break unpacks rumors that a private equity firm may be making a bid for Gigamon. We also update the Equifax debacle, delve into VMware's latest hybrid cloud bid and more. The post Network Break 153: Will Gigamon Get Bought?; VMware Extends Cloud Play appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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EEVblog #1023 – Rigol DL3021 Electronic Load Teardown

EEV BLog - Sun, 09/17/2017 - 18:04

Dave tears down the new Rigol DL3021 Electronic load and has a play around with it.

Forum HERE

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Show 357: Beyond Name, Blame And Shame In IT

packetpushers - Fri, 09/15/2017 - 11:26
Today's Weekly Show examines IT's blame and shame culture and explores options and alternatives to make ti better. Our guests are Carl Fugate and John Hildebrand. The post Show 357: Beyond Name, Blame And Shame In IT appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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EEVblog #1022 – Finding A $50 Oscilloscope On Ebay

EEV BLog - Thu, 09/14/2017 - 19:11

Another look at finding a $50 analog oscilloscope on ebay.

Forum HERE

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PQ 127: Path Aware Networking Research Group – IETF 99

packetpushers - Thu, 09/14/2017 - 09:07
Priority Queue sits down with the co-chairs of the Path Aware Networking Research Group from the IETF to discuss efforts to put more choice and intelligence into path selection. The post PQ 127: Path Aware Networking Research Group – IETF 99 appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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Geek Shock #405 - Cradle The Chuckles

Ugly Couch Show - Wed, 09/13/2017 - 19:20

This week we go Over the Top as we talk about Taps which somehow morphs to Over the Top, The beginning of the New D&D Season, Torgo Wants Shelf Porn, Con Man, IT breaks the Cinema, Cuphead controversy, More info on the Disney Streaming Service, Terminator 2 3D to close, Suicide Squad 2, Sheena to return, Abrams returns to Star Wars, Patty Jenkins smashes the ceiling, Len Wein, Xavier "X" Atencio, Jerry Pournelle, Drew Goddard leads X-Force, IT leads to Suffer The Children, the SFWA to give award for best game writing, Berger Books' opening salvo, and Andy... does Andy things. So work out that arm, it's time for a Geek Shock!

 

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Datanauts 101: CIOs And The Business Side Of IT

packetpushers - Wed, 09/13/2017 - 10:02
This Datanauts episode delves into the role of the CIO to understand how technologists can work with executives to meet goals and align with business needs. Our guest is Tim Crawford. The post Datanauts 101: CIOs And The Business Side Of IT appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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OMS and SCOM with Cameron Fuller

Run As Radio - Tue, 09/12/2017 - 23:00
Here come the acronyms! Richard chats with Cameron Fuller about Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS), the cloud-based instrumentation, diagnostics and automation tool from Microsoft that is all the rage - and not just for cloud related products! Cameron talks about being able to feed any kind of log data into OMS for analysis. The conversation then turns to the on-premises System Center Operations Manager and its role in providing deep analytics into specific Microsoft products, and able to push that data to OMS for a comprehensive view. All these products work together!
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Network Break 152: Oracle Guts Solaris; Equifax’s Epic Fail

packetpushers - Mon, 09/11/2017 - 09:44
The Network Break examines Oracle's firing of Solaris & Sun employees, the Equifax hack that exposed 143 million people's records, Huawei's SD-WAN announcement, HPE's latest financials & more. The post Network Break 152: Oracle Guts Solaris; Equifax’s Epic Fail appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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EEVblog #1021 – Retro Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer

EEV BLog - Sun, 09/10/2017 - 18:34

Dave tears down and takes a look at the classic 1980 Tandy / Radio Shack TRS-80 Colour Computer.
Includes hacking a composite video output circuit to get it working on a modern HDMI computer monitor.

Service Manual With Schematics

Forum HERE

Manuals HERE

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EEVblog #1020 – Is A $7 LCR / Component Tester Any Good?

EEV BLog - Sun, 09/10/2017 - 18:28

Is a $7 LCR Meter / Component Tester from Ebay any good?
Dave tests the M328 (LCR-T4) model component tester.

HUGE Forum Thread

Forum summary videos HERE

This group seems to maintain a version of the firmware:

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Show 356: Oracle Ravello’s Networking 2.0 (Sponsored)

packetpushers - Fri, 09/08/2017 - 14:09
The Packet Pushers talk with sponsor Oracle Ravello about the Networking 2.0 enhancements to its hypervisor, which lets you move VMs to the cloud without the need for underlying changes. The post Show 356: Oracle Ravello’s Networking 2.0 (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
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