APAC Virtualization Podcast

All things virtualisation in the APAC region

Episode 74 – SDN & Virtualisation from a Network Engineer

Join Craig Waters @cswaters1 (vCatchup) in a discussion about Software Defined Networking and Virtualisation from a Network Engineer perspective with Anthony Burke  @pandom_ , Kurt Bales @networkjanitor & Tim Hartman @hartmant.

Please reach out if you have a topic you’d like to cover on APACVirtual, here’s the schedule, we’re always open and keen to talk 🙂

**Begin Show Notes

Host:

Craig Waters @cswaters1                 http://blog.rack.org.au

Guests:

For this episode we had the following additional guests live on call & in the chat room:

Anthony Burke  @pandom_             http://blog.ciscoinferno.net
Kurt Bales @networkjanitor             http://network-janitor.net
Tim Hartman @hartmant
Grant Orchard @grantorchard        http://grantorchard.com
Mike Laverick @Mike_Laverick      http://mikelaverick.com
Michael Webster @vcdxnz001        http://longwhiteclouds.com

Thanks for being a guest on the show, APACVirtual really appreciate your support!

Here are the links mentioned in this show: –

Links:

http://networkheresy.com/2013/05/30/scale-sdn-and-network-virtualization/
http://bradhedlund.com/2013/05/28/what-is-network-virtualization/
http://blog.scottlowe.org/2013/05/21/learning-nvp-part-1-high-level-architecture/

** End Show Notes

Start Time (GMT+10): Wednesday 5th June 2013 9:00 PM (AEST Sydney)

Duration (minutes): 45

Talkshoe Call ID: 75046

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