May 15th, 2020 | 30 mins 45 secs
10nm, 14nm, 5.0 ghz, 5g, a cloud guru, amd, apache, automation, base clock rate, caddy, celeron, certbot, cloud, comet lake, containers, cpu, cpu cooling, debian, defense department, devops, fcc, gigahertz wars, gps, https, hyperthreading, i3, i5, i7, ice lake, integrated graphics, intel, intel core, internet, iot, jupiter broadcasting, l-band spectrum, let's encrypt, ligado, lightsquared, lithography, mobile broadband, nginx, ocsp, packaging, pentagon, pentium, power management, reverse proxy, security, single-core, software-defined radio, spoofing, sysadmin podcast, tdp, techsnap, thermal design power, thermal velocity boost, tls, traefik, turbo max boost, us military, web, web server, wireless communication, wordpress
Jim and Wes take the latest release of the Caddy web server for a spin, investigate Intel's Comet Lake desktop CPUs, and explore the fight over 5G between the US Military and the FCC.
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.
December 27th, 2019 | 33 mins 33 secs
artificial intelligence, at, cloud, colab, cryptography, deoldify, devops, encryption, firewall, flat network, google colab, gpu, imagenet, jupiter broadcasting, jupyter notebook, lighthouse, machine learning, mesh network, mesh networking, mesh vpn, nat busting, nebula, networking, neural networks, noise protocol framework, overlay network, pachinko, plinko, ryan huber, security, security groups, slack, system administration, techsnap, udp, udp hole-punching, virtual network, vpn, wireguard
From classifying cats to colorizing old photos we share our top tips and tools for starting your machine learning journey. Plus, learn why Nebula is our favorite new VPN technology, and how it can help simplify and secure your network.
July 26th, 2019 | 35 mins 13 secs
agc, ai, apollo, apollo anniversary, apollo guidance computer, arc, caching, chris siebenmann, cloud, core rope, dancing demon, devops, floating point, fpu, intel, kernel module, kvm, loihi, machine learning, magnetic core, margaret hamilton, memory, nasa, neural networks, neuromorphic computing, openzfs, page cache, pohoiki, punch cards, qcow, qcow2, qemu, retro computing, simd, snapshots, sysadmin, techsnap, text adventure, trs-80, vhd, virtualization, zfs, zfs on linux, zol
We take a look at the amazing abilities of the Apollo Guidance Computer and Jim breaks down everything you need to know about the ZFS ARC.
January 10th, 2019 | 26 mins 9 secs
active directory, aws, azure, azure sphere, azure stack, cloud, command line, devops, file sync, hybrid cloud, linux, microsoft, mssql, networking, powershell, powershell core, security, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, virtualization, vpc, vpn, windows
Wes is joined by a special guest to take a look back on the growth and development of Azure in 2018 and discuss some of its unique strengths.
January 3rd, 2019 | 22 mins 22 secs
allan jude, automation, aws, bitcoin, cloud, devops, dropbox, flash, freebsd, information density, jim salter, networking, psn breach, security, security breach, sony, ssl, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, tls, wordpress
In a special new year’s episode we take a moment to reflect on the show’s past, its future, and say goodbye to an old friend.