Join host Mark Tierney, ONUG CTO, as he engages with technology and business leaders and digs into the technology underpinnings that are driving today's Enterprise. From technology trends, to security issues, governance and automation, The ONUG Podcast presents independent analysis, fun banter and insightful perspectives.
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This podcast is the 4th installment of the Network Cloud Working Group’s overview of their recently published Playbook, which tackles many important topics in multi-cloud deployments as well as network agility and elasticity. This episode focuses on the important aspects of security when building your networks and there is so much to learn from these experts.
Mark and Nick discuss the critical activities for ONUG this summer, leading up to the Fall Conference. The Challenge of Multi-Cloud adoption, Policy as Code initiative, and where we’re going with Cloud Edge.
Ken Arora, an active Collaborative Working Group member, tells Mark what Hollywood taught him about Zero Trust!
Mark Tierney, CTO of ONUG, and Mark Hinkle, Founder & CEO of Triggermesh, discuss the critical role that Triggermesh has played in the Cloud Security Notification Framework. They also explore how event-based processing is helping Enterprises everywhere.
The Network Cloud Working Group presents The Power of APIs to Build the Network Cloud
Moderator: Mark Tierney
Panelists: Steve Wood of Cisco, William Collins of Alkira & Mike Krygeris of Kentik
Attendees will hear from Conrad Menezes about current enterprise marketplace trends gaining rapid adoption across industry verticals; namely – hybrid work, multi-cloud connectivity, and SD-WAN + Security Service Edge (SSE). Conrad will unravel each of these trends and what it means for you as an enterprise. He will also discuss how the latest market-leading Aruba solutions uniquely stack up to help you stay on top as you navigate your way through each of these trends with simplicity, agility, and flexibility at scale.
Join us for this special episode of the ONUG podcast. Get ready for ONUG Spring 2022 with ONUG co-founder, Nick Lippis, and emcee, Johna Till Johnson.
Learn more about ONUG Spring 2022.
Enterprise networks are changing at a rapid pace due to the adoption of multi-cloud and edge computing workloads. What does this mean for future network architectures and how should your enterprise be positioning itself for success? Listen to the second installment of ONUG’s Network Cloud Podcast series that all ties back to their recently published playbook, Building the New Network Cloud, available on ONUG.net.
Download the playbook: https://onug.net/working-groups/network-cloud/#publications
How do you know remote workers are having good performance–a good experience–using the applications they need to get their work done? By default, you don’t. Everyone’s remote networking experience will vary based on factors out of your control.
Solutions that give you insight into what’s happening out there fall under the discipline of Digital Experience Monitoring. Palo Alto Networks has a solution in this space. Their Autonomous Digital Experience Management (ADEM) capability is the topic of today’s episode.
Joining us for our ADEM discussion is Jahnavi Reddy, Senior Product Line Manager at Palo Alto Networks.
Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) is currently one of the fastest growing areas within the field of cloud security; most security vendors are now offering or developing CSPM capabilities. However, enterprises are still trying to build the most effective CSPM program to fit their environment. In many cases, it’s unclear where to start and what the end goal is for the CSPM effort.