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Freestyle 110 - Design for SDN Part 2 - Design Options

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Title:  Freestyle 110 - Design for SDN Part 2 - Design Options Episode video:   https://youtu.be/O1do-LaoTDY Published: 23rd October  2019 Hosts:  Malcolm Booden ,  Daren Fulwell Guests:  None [ Part 1  | Part 2] Whether it's your WAN, LAN or DC that is software-defined, most SDNs use similar architectural constructs to deliver their programmable virtual goodness.  In Part 2 of this two-part episode, Malcolm and Daren dive deeper into the design constraints and requirements for deploying those SDN environments. As usual, comments, corrections or criticisms always welcome.  You can contact us at  @netfreestyle  on Twitter or email us at  networkfreestylers@gmail.com .  You can also leave comments on the blog or on the Youtube channel - we look forward to hearing what you have to say - thanks for watching!

Freestyle 110 - Design for SDN Part 1 - SDN Overview

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Title:  Freestyle 110 - Design for SDN Part 1 - SDN Overview Episode video:   https://youtu.be/8ETWKDqojEY Published: 7th October  2019 Hosts:  Malcolm Booden ,  Daren Fulwell Guests:  None [Part 1 |  Part 2 ] Whether it's your WAN, LAN or DC that is software-defined, most SDNs use similar architectural constructs to deliver their programmable virtual goodness.  In Part 1 of this two-part episode, Malcolm and Daren look at how SDN deployments are typically structured.  Then in Part 2, they dive deeper into the design constraints and requirements for deploying those SDN environments. As usual, comments, corrections or criticisms always welcome.  You can contact us at  @netfreestyle  on Twitter or email us at  networkfreestylers@gmail.com .  You can also leave comments on the blog or on the Youtube channel - we look forward to hearing what you have to say - thanks for watching!

Freestyle 109 - Network Migrations Part 3 - Security Migrations

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Title:  Freestyle 109 - Network Migrations Part 3 - Security Migrations Episode video:   https://youtu.be/PK2f4y1CNSQ Published:  30th September  2019 Hosts:  Malcolm Booden ,  Daren Fulwell Guests:  None [ Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3] In this three-part episode, Malcolm and Daren discuss how to approach those all-important migration activities that are a key part of any network project.   In Part 3 we discuss the complexities and gotchas when you're contemplating a migration of network security. Comments, corrections or criticisms always welcome.  You can contact us at  @netfreestyle  on Twitter or email us at  networkfreestylers@gmail.com .  You can also leave comments on the blog or on the Youtube channel - we look forward to hearing what you have to say - thanks for watching!

Freestyle 109 - Network Migrations Part 2 - LAN Migrations

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Title:  Freestyle 109 - Network Migrations Part 2 - LAN Migrations Episode video:   https://youtu.be/xE1huSK5ESY Published: 23rd September  2019 Hosts:  Malcolm Booden ,  Daren Fulwell Guests:  None [ Part 1  | Part 2 | Part 3 ] In this three-part episode, Malcolm and Daren discuss how to approach those all-important migration activities that are a key part of any network project.   In Part 2 we talk about approaches to LAN migration and things you need to watch out for. Comments, corrections or criticisms always welcome.  You can contact us at  @netfreestyle  on Twitter or email us at  networkfreestylers@gmail.com .  You can also leave comments on the blog or on the Youtube channel - we look forward to hearing what you have to say - thanks for watching!

Freestyle 109 - Network Migrations Part 1 - WAN Migrations

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Title:  Freestyle 109 - Network Migrations Part 1 - WAN Migrations Episode video:   https://youtu.be/IbQox1ANdjo Published:  18th September  2019 Hosts:  Malcolm Booden ,  Daren Fulwell Guests:  None [Part 1 |  Part 2  |  Part 3 ] In this three-part episode, Malcolm and Daren discuss how to approach those all-important migration activities that are a key part of any network project.  In Part 1 we talk about approaches to WAN migration and things you need to watch out for. Comments, corrections or criticisms always welcome.  You can contact us at  @netfreestyle  on Twitter or email us at  networkfreestylers@gmail.com .  You can also leave comments on the blog or on the Youtube channel - we look forward to hearing what you have to say - thanks for watching!

Freestyle 108 - Five Design Principles - Security

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Title:  Freestyle 108 - Five Design Principles - Security Episode video:  https://youtu.be/gtq1-8we6HU Published: 4th April  2019 Hosts:  Malcolm Booden ,  Daren Fulwell Guests:  None In this episode Malcolm and Daren discuss the concept of Security as a principle of network design.  The original idea for this discussion came from a series of blog posts, and now we give them the Network Freestyle treatment!  As you put together a design for a network, what do you need to ensure that you address to provide an appropriate degree of security of the environment? How do you ensure you keep the bad guys away from your network crown jewels?  Comments, corrections or criticisms always welcome.  You can contact us at  @netfreestyle  on Twitter or email us at  networkfreestylers@gmail.com .  You can also leave comments on the blog or on the Youtube channel - we look forward to hearing what you have to say - thanks for watching! Episode links: Five Design Principles for the Network

Freestyle 107 - Let's Build a DC!!

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Episode video:  https://youtu.be/892hTpA8vbM Published:  27th March  2019 Hosts:  Malcolm Booden ,  Daren Fulwell Guests:  None In this episode Malcolm and Daren discuss data centre design, covering the key building blocks required to deliver a modular and scalable solution. The design topics covered throughout the discussion include the trusted, semi-trusted and untrusted zones of the data centre, design drivers and some scenarios relating to traffic flows to / from applications and services from the WAN and internet.   Consequences of stateful devices in the failover path are also covered with some suggestions on how issues can be alleviated to avoid application outages. Comments, corrections or criticisms always welcome.  You can contact us at  @netfreestyle  on Twitter or email us at  networkfreestylers@gmail.com .  You can also leave comments on the blog or on the Youtube channel - we look forward to hearing what you have to say - thanks for watching! Episod