I’ve been rocking podcasts since 2005, but I didn’t actually start making them until 2016. Currently I host or cohost several podcasts. I have also been a guest on other podcasts as well, and it’s something I enjoy tremendously. Hit me up on Twitter, LinkedIn, or through my contact page if you’d like to have me on your podcast.
Day Two Cloud is published by Packet Pushers and deals with the reality of running workloads in the cloud on day two and beyond. Buffer Overflow is a weekly tech news podcast – published by Anexinet – that I host along with three other individuals. AnexiPod is a podcast – also published by Anexinet – dedicated to exploring various enterprise technology solutions, including infrastructure, application development, analytics, and anything else that is shiny.
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Today’s Day Two Cloud episode explores network automation through the lenses of infrastructure as code and CI/CD pipelines. As network automation permeates organizations, does it make sense for network engineers to adopt more developer-like processes, methods, and tools? Can you successfully automate without them? Our guests for this conversation, sponsored by Cisco, are Carl Moberg, Senior Director of Product Management at Cisco; and Kristian Larsson, who has dual roles at Cisco and Deutsche Telekom.
Show Notes Buffer Overflow: My Peloton/Drying Rack Episode 142 CES 2020, End of Windows 7, and Crestfallen Peacocks Hosts Ned Bellavance https://www.linkedin.com/in/ned-bellavance-ba68a52 @Ned1313 Brenda Heisler, Resource Coordinator https://www.linkedin.com/in/brenda-heisler-b5431989/ Hank Yee, […]
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Women in Technology Episode 45 A multi-generational roundtable discussion of the experience of working in technology! Guest host Brenda Heisler talks to employees of […]
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