March 6th, 2020 | 28 mins 19 secs
a cloud guru, amd, apple, broadcom, chrome, chromium, cloudflare, cpu, devops, dns, dns over https, doh, edge, encryption, energy, epyc, eset, firefox, google, https, intel, iphone, jupiter broadcasting, kr00k, krack, let's encrypt, linux academy, memory encryption, microsoft, microsoft edge, mktme, mozilla, nextdns, open source, performance per watt, power consumption, security, sgx, sme, ssl, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, tls, tme, tsme, vpn, web security, wifi, wireless, wpa2
Cloudflare recently embarked on an epic quest to choose a CPU for its next-generation server build, so we explore the importance of requests per watt, the benefits of full memory encryption, and why AMD won.
February 7th, 2020 | 23 mins 37 secs
3gpp, 5g, a cloud guru, apple, aslr, automation, blink, browser wars, buffer overflow, cacheout, chrome, chromium, cloud, crypto, cryptography, devops, edge, edgium, failover, firefox, intel, ios, jason donenfeld, jupiter broadcasting, let's encrypt, linux, linux 5.6, linux academy, lte, microsoft, mobile, monitoring, mptcp, multipath tcp, nagios, networking, open standards, poly1305, sgx, speculative execution, ssl, stack canary, stack smashing, sysadmin podcast, teams, techsnap, tls, tsx, ubuntu 20.04, virtualization, vpn, wireguard, world wide web, zombieload
We take a look at a few exciting features coming to Linux kernel 5.6, including the first steps to multipath TCP.
November 15th, 2019 | 27 mins 56 secs
archival, business, chromium, cloud key, cold storage, communication, devops, glass, jupiter broadcasting, linux, long term storage, microsoft, microsoft edge, microsoft ignite, open source, optical media, optical storage, parity, project silica, security camera, superman, techsnap, telemetry, the mote in god's eye, ubiquiti, unifi, unifi controller, video, wifi, zfs
Ubiquiti's troublesome new telemetry, Jim's take on the modern Microsoft, and why Project Silica just might be the future of long term storage.
December 12th, 2018 | 27 mins 28 secs
ceph, christmas, chromium, chromium os, cloud native, cloudevent, cncf, container vulnerability, containers, control plane, crossplane, cve, cve-2018-1002105, devops, elasticsearch, etcd, event driven, faas, gitlab, google, helm, helm hub, holiday, http, ibm, istio, k8s, knative, kube-apiserver, kubecon, kubernetes, metrics, multicloud, networking, openwhisk, rbac, red hat, rook, security, security vulnerability, security.christmas, serverless, storage, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, traefik, websocket
A security vulnerability in Kubernetes causes a big stir, but we’ll break it all down and explain what went wrong.