Lately, many people are heading to ChatGPT to see what answers, posts, reports, and all kinds of other works they can come up with. Some of these results are pretty amazing. So, in an effort to get my blog going again I thought I would post what ChatGPT has to say. I would like toContinue reading “Zero Trust definition (by ChatGPT)”
Author Archives: Hank Yeomans
VPN and ZTNA – What difference does it make?
I know it has been a while, but that’s what happens when your work is very interesting! So I’m back to talk a little more about ZTNA and remote access architectures. One of the most misunderstood parts of ZTNA is the comparison between traditional VPN deployments and ZTNA services from authentication and what it providesContinue reading “VPN and ZTNA – What difference does it make?”
ZT, ZTN, ZTNA, Oh my! (and some other things)
Hello! I’m back with another installment in a series of posts around zero-trust network access. I’ll explain some more of the architectural components (in general) and touch on the difference between the ZT, ZTN, and ZTNA nomenclatures. So – What is the difference between ZT, ZTN, and ZTNA? Well, Zero Trust is a set ofContinue reading “ZT, ZTN, ZTNA, Oh my! (and some other things)”
Zero Trust Network Access – The journey continues!
For the next part of my ZTNA (Zero Trust Network Access) series, our journey continues around all things ZTNA space today. There are probably many questions, and some are probably unsure what all this Zero Trust stuff is and how it relates to networks or remote access. I’m going to start with what is, toContinue reading “Zero Trust Network Access – The journey continues!”
The Explosion of Zero Trust Network Access
In the last couple of years, the tech world has been buzzing about Zero Trust. Every month or so there seems to be a new product with the zero trust label in it. It’s almost like seeing those gluten free labels everywhere. Since 2019 or so remote access has been undergoing a transformation in theContinue reading “The Explosion of Zero Trust Network Access”
cloud-init booting vManage
Automating Viptela SDWAN controller deployment: Hello – One of the areas that I do a lot of work these days is in experimentation of various technologies. I needed a way to quickly deploy and build Cisco Viptela SDWAN environments whether that be in AWS, VMware, or KVM. Like many, I started searching for and lookingContinue reading “cloud-init booting vManage”
It’s been a minute..
This is probably my 3rd, maybe 4th attempt at a blog of some kind. I start it and then, I get anxious about continuing it. The blogging landscape in I.T. is tremendous. One can easily wonder what differentiator they can bring to the blogosphere. So, instead, I am realizing that this blog isn’t to gainContinue reading “It’s been a minute..”
The struggle in learning new things
When I was going through my degree program I was having a hard time with the exams so I went to see an advisor to get some help. Through our conversations I realized that I was getting a lot of help along the way from people, the professor, and the internet. That help included seeingContinue reading “The struggle in learning new things”
I’ve mostly disdained the idea of a technology blog. There are so many out there. So many ideas and so many purported thought leaders. I’ve always had this idea in my head that everything, good and bad, is covered by someone in some way. How does one differentiate themselves? I finally have some ideas onContinue reading “Hello.”