The operator’s view of Sdn, Nfv, and open source
by: Mark Leary Where are SDN and NFV today? And what influence will open systems and open source have on the future of SDN and NFV? Our survey and analysis provide key insights into the current activity and future direction of SDN and NFV advancements as well as the development and deployment of open systems(…)
Is SDN Just a Buzzword?
by: Working in the networking business, it's hard to avoid the term SDN (Software Defined Networking). Continue reading at InternetNews This post is brought to you as part of the VMware Software Defined Enterprise, which provides resources and solutions for the software defined world. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.
Cisco XNC vs. OpenDaylight
by: Cisco is now focusing all of its commercial Software Defined Networking (SDN) efforts around its Cisco ONE and ACI (Application Centric Infrastructure) efforts. Where does that leave OpenDaylight? Continue reading at InternetNews This post is brought to you as part of the VMware Software Defined Enterprise, which provides resources and solutions for the software(…)
How the cloud is driving software-defined networking in the enterprise | #ONS2014
by: Maria Deutscher Last month’s Open Networking Summit in Santa Clara provided a unique glimpse into the current state of software-defined networking (SDN), a concept born in the academia and successfully put to the test by the world’s biggest Internet companies. In their live opening segment on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE founder John Furrier and Wikibon’s Stu(…)
Edge Virtualization and the MicroCloud
by: The benefits of public and private clouds based on virtualization are varied and well known. In 2013, more than 40 percent of enterprises have or are adopting virtualized private clouds in the data center, and another 40 percent are evaluating virtualization solutions. Nevertheless, less than 10 years ago, the number of enterprises doing any(…)
Chinese boffins ginger up Hadoop with OpenFlow funnel
by: Simon Sharwood Few doubt that the premise of software-defined-networking (SDN) is a good one: organisations that run a lot of virtual machines and virtual networks can benefit from the flexibility and automation SDN provides.… Continue reading at The Register This post is brought to you as part of the VMware Software Defined Enterprise, which(…)
Agencies experiment with software-defined networks
by: Software defined networking is giving agencies looking to upgrade their enterprises opportunities to program and virtualize complex networks. Continue reading at gcn.com This post is brought to you as part of the VMware Software Defined Enterprise, which provides resources and solutions for the software defined world. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.
Considering SDN? Adopt Chaos Monkey
by: Tony Kontzer Enterprises can take a page from Google’s playbook by focusing on application resiliency and forgetting about the hardware, says networking expert and Interop speaker Ivan Pepelnjak. Continue reading at Network Computing This post is brought to you as part of the VMware Software Defined Enterprise, which provides resources and solutions for the(…)
Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly – Week of February 9, 2014
by: By Kevin Benedict Article Rating: Rate February 9, 2014 03:00 PM EST Reads: 1,160 * Related * Print * Email * Feedback * Add This * Blog This Welcome to Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly, an online newsletter that consists of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility in Asia. Asia(…)
Networking: The Path To Becoming A Brand Ambassador
by: Meghan M. Biro, Contributor, Meghan M. Biro How many networking events do you participate in monthly? One? More than five? Do you loathe and avoid networking events? Or do you love meeting new people and building exciting new relationships? Are they online or IRL (In Real Life)? Continue reading at forbes.com This post is(…)