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Day Two Cloud 193: Should You Get A Cloud Networking Cert?

Original Post Read More On today’s Day Two Cloud we explore cloud networking certifications. Who do these certs make sense for? Which clouds should you focus on? What do certifications typically cover? Where do third-party devices such as firewalls and load balancers fit into the certification picture? If you’re an

Heavy Networking 676: Implementing ZTNA And SASE With Fortinet (Sponsored)

Original Post Read More Fortinet is a security vendor most of you have heard of. But if all you think of when you hear the name “Fortinet” is firewalls, well yeah, but you should think more broadly. On today’s sponsored Heavy Networking we’re going after the work-from-anywhere challenge with Fortinet’s

Day Two Cloud 192: OpenTelemetry – Getting From Visibility To Observability With Ben Hall

Original Post Read More OpenTelemetry is an open-source project that brings together tools, SDKs, and APIs for collecting telemetry–that is, logs, metrics, and traces—in a standardized way. The goal of the project is to help developers and operators instrument highly distributed applications and services to understand dependencies, monitor performance, and