by: Levi Shapiro Photo Credit: Shutterstock Readers of this column, exposed to heavy coverage of consumer tech conferences like CES, Mobile World Congress and SXSW, might mistake IT as consumer driven. The reality is quite different. Enterprise IT accounts for nearly 90% of annual technology spend. As the Bull Market on Wall Street marks its(…)
by: Kurt Marko, Contributor, Kurt Marko Software defined networking (SDN) has evolved from the slick new technology only a network geek could love to a key pillar in new strategies designed to simplify and automate network configuration and service management. SDN controllers, the brains running these next-generation networks, were once synonymous with OpenFlow, the network(…)
by: Some in the optical world set their sights on software defined networking. Continue reading at Enterprise Networking Planet 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.
by: All looks rosy inside the SDN bubble as leaders and upstarts in the networking industry come together to push software defined networking and what it can do. Continue reading at Enterprise Networking Planet This post is brought to you as part of the VMware Software Defined Enterprise, which provides resources and solutions for the(…)
by: The term “software defined” has taken many forms in recent months from Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC), Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) to even component vendors adopting the tagline to exalt their own agenda with Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Software Defined Storage (SDS). Yet ironically the majority of the vendors adopting the tagline are also(…)