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For some, a flop is a Broadway play that didn’t do well at the box office. For others, the term conjures the vision of a high-jumper executing the ubiquitous Fosbury technique. For the scientific elite, it is an acronym for Floating Point Operation. The…
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is it the network or isn’t it?  

Upon popular demand, +Paul Offord is giving us a re-run of his well attended SharkFest 15 session, which covers performance analysis theory and the practicalities of using the TRANSUM free plugin for Wireshark.

The purpose of this two-part LMTV presentation is to look at how network engineers can use TRANSUM to quickly analyse a slow response time problem and produce concrete proof of the cause.  

Specifically, in Part 2, Paul will demonstrate the analysis of two problems using TRANSUM and close the session with a look at some related assets available from the TribeLab project.

Paul has had a 37-year career in the IT industry that includes roles in hardware engineering, software engineering and network management.  Prior to founding Advance7, he worked with IBM, National Semiconductor and Hitachi Data Systems.  Paul is leading a project called TribeLab with the objective of promoting evidence-based troubleshooting to the IT industry.  TRANSUM is one of the first outputs from the TribeLab project.
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Selfie Sticks in various forms have been around for a long time. Since the first caveman saw his reflection in a pool of water, we have been fascinated by our own image. In the first Century, the Romans invented hand-held glass mirrors, and all of us have…
Like mirrors, selfies allow us to check our public image. Unlike mirrors, selfies can be edited - and they last forever.
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Around the age of one year, the average human will stand on two legs and start walking. For some reason, parents think this is a good thing, forgetting how convenient it was to strap them into a car-seat-carrier and have total control over their…
Robots are getting better, but they still haven't caught up with a one year old.
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Ninety-five percent of all lab animals are mice or rats. Without them, we humans would be in pretty bad shape. They have been used as models for cancer, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, Alzheimer’s and a host of other human maladies. If you’ve ever…
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Why are we still talking about network TAPs?

Because network visibility is important and taps are what experienced and battle scarred network engineers turn to for a full unabridged view of their mission critical networks.  

Join us this Thursday and learn more about 100% Network Visibility from +Chris Bihary, co-Founder of +Garland Technology, and the godfather of Taps versus Span Ports, +Tim O'Neill for yet another lively discussion.

Chris is a sponsor and will be at +SharkFest Wireshark Developer and User Conference to show you how TAPs will help you save your network and the data you MUST protect!
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“If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” This is a classic thought experiment from Philosophy 101, intended to kick off a flurry of questions about the relationship between observation and reality. For…
If a tree falls and no one hears it, than it doesn't make a sound. Scientists have proof. Really.
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Is it the network or isn’t it?  

Upon popular demand, +Paul Offord is giving us a re-run of his well attended SharkFest 15 session, which covers performance analysis theory and the practicalities of using the TRANSUM free plugin for Wireshark.

The purpose of this two-part LMTV presentation is to look at how network engineers can use TRANSUM to quickly analyse a slow response time problem and produce concrete proof of the cause.  

Specifically, in Part 1, Paul will cover the concept of Request-Response Pairs, the RTE Model for measuring response times and the shortcomings of the standard Wireshark “Time from request” measurements.

Paul has had a 37-year career in the IT industry that includes roles in hardware engineering, software engineering and network management.  Prior to founding Advance7, he worked with IBM, National Semiconductor and Hitachi Data Systems.  Paul is leading a project called TribeLab with the objective of promoting evidence-based troubleshooting to the IT industry.  TRANSUM is one of the first outputs from the TribeLab project.
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Paul is an awesome analyst and his webinars are very informative - Do not miss this webinar that is presented by www.lovemytool.com
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If you own some sort of exercise tracking device like a Fit Bit or a Fuelband, you are a ten-percenter. Market research shows that 1 out of every 10 Americans over the age of 18 has one of these high-tech wearables. That same research tells us that one…
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Reading about the latest developments in technology can really make me feel like an old fart. Consider fly swatters. For most of my life, if there was a fly that was annoying you, you rolled up a newspaper or magazine, crept up on the little Musca…
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While the +SharkFest Wireshark Developer and User Conference is in progress, we shall interview some of authors of lovemytool.com.

In this segment we will speak with  +tony fortunato offsite regarding his day-to-day tools, specifically what he does and how he uses Wireshark in his business.

Tony is a long time LoveMyTool contributor, certified Fluke Networks and Wireshark instructor and currently has his Cisco CCNA.

Tony will spend some time explaining how both proprietary and open source tools are used in various capacities for network design, troubleshooting and implementation.

Please join us on this live event and participate in the Q&A.
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With +SharkFest Wireshark Developer and User Conference less than a week away, this Wednesday LMTV will be bringing you datacomsystems.com, a sponsor of both Sharkfest and lovemytool.com.

Specifically,+Tim Crofton will be talking about how taps and +Wireshark could be used together to best protect your mission critical networks and how the combination would improve application visibility and network performance.

While Wireshark’s open source network protocol analyzer capability allows you to decode packet communication through your network to identify problem areas, inserting a network tap into your network would provide access to your data without having to set up port mirrors on your Ethernet switches or routers.
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