Greg Ferro

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Greg Ferro is a Network Architect and Engineer working in the UK. Over the last 25 years or so he has worked across the industry for FTSE 250 companies, and previously across Australia and Asia Pacific. Today, Greg specialises in the design and deployment of Data Centres including Network Fabrics, Data Security, Cloud and Internet. He has worked as a consultant for well known companies throughout Asia and Europe and now lives in the UK.

Widely known for his weekly “Packet Pushers Podcast” at where he interviews network engineers, vendors and industry figures on a range of highly technical topics where the motto is *“Too Much Networking Would Never Be Enough”*.

Greg is widely known for his blog at where he writes regularly about many aspects of Data Networking. His personal blog is at He also writes for and a range of other respected websites.

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  1. BIB 084 Keysight Ixia Visibility and Testing
  2. BiB083 – Forescout – Visibility for Segmentation
  3. Meet Field Day Delegate – Greg Ferro
  4. Meet the First #TFD Delegates: Greg Ferro
  5. Tech Field Day 20 – The Ten Year Anniversary Edition
  6. Advice To Tech Field Day Sponsors
  7. Network Break 194: Amazon Spooks Switch Vendors; Big Switch Brings VPCs On Prem
  8. BiB 48: Gluware at Network Field Day 18
  9. Network Field Day 18 – Some Preparation and Review
  10. Musing: The Short Life of Influencers — EtherealMind
  11. Some Things I Learned About VeloCloud SD-WAN
  12. Considering The Future Of Juniper’s Contrail And OpenContrail/Tungsten
  13. BiB 029: Cisco At NFD17 – Automation, Telemetry & Intent
  14. BiB 028: VMware NSX At NFD17 – SD-WAN & Security
  15. BiB 027: Juniper Networks At NFD17 – A Platform Emerges
  16. BiB 30: Mellanox, Ixia & Cumulus At NFD17 – VXLAN & Whitebox
  17. BiB 26: Extreme Networks At NFD17 – Composing Workflows For Mean Time To Payrise
  18. BiB 25: ThousandEyes At NFD17 – Expanding Into User Experience
  19. BiB 24: Juniper OpenContrail At NFD17 – One Fabric To Bind Them
  20. Its time for Network Field Day 17
  21. PQ Show 106: Whitebox, SD-WAN & More – An NFD14 Wrapup
  22. Riverbed SD-WAN – The Simplicity  of Automation in SDN
  23. January Events: Networking Field Day 14, Viptela,
  24. Response: OpenSwitch now a Linux Foundation
  25. Analytics of Everything
  26. Cisco Merging IOS-XE Code Trains
  27. Talking NVMe, 3DXpoint and Networking
  28. Network Field Day 11 and Meetups in the Valley
  29. Briefing: Versa Networks – Managed Service SD-WAN
  30. Response: Arista EOS & Quality
  31. Musing: Cisco Buys Tail-F and Disrupts Competitor Product Development
  32. Show 191 – Netvisor – the Pluribus Network Hypervisor – Sponsored
  33. News Roundup: Embrane, Cisco Prime NCS, F5 and VMware
  34. Brocade Vyatta & Forwarding Performance on X86 Server
  35. Response: The Internet Killed the Traditional Marketer & New Influencers
  36. Speaking, Meeting and Consulting in Q1 2014
  37. Musing: 40GbE BiDir Optics Means Less Cable In The Data Centre
  38. Show 167 – Cisco ACI Software Defined Networking – A First Look
  39. Musing: Cisco ACI Validates the Independent Network Operating System Model
  40. Published: Cloud Security Panel at GigaOm Structure, Public Private SDDC Symposium
  41. Network Field Day Six – Pre-Event Review – Sep 11 – 13
  42. WhoIS Episode 5: Greg Ferro
  43. Show 153 – Cisco Live 2013 Roundtable Discussion with Tech Field Day
  44. ◎ Musing: Cisco Live Orlando 2013 Epilogue
  45. Show 141 – The Pace of Change Is Picking Up
  46. Network Field Day 5 – Disturbing Images
  47. Show 139 – Making Your Way Down The Path To Nirvana
  48. Enterprise Networking’s 10 Ten to Watch List
  49. Talking About the Problem and the Reason in Technical Presentations.
  50. Software Defined Networking & OpenFlow – So Far and So Future
  51. Big Vendor Head Shuffles at the SDN Curling Rink
  52. Network Field Day 4 – Live Blogging and Updates
  53. Network Field Day 4 – Live Blogging and Updates
  54. Network Field Day 4 – Live Blogging and Updates
  55. Prepping for Network Field Day Four
  56. ◎ Brocade’s Data Centre Ethernet Strategy

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