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Cisco: Software Defined Networking and the Cisco and IBM Partnership

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IT organizations are constantly looking for ways to streamline operations, take advantage of new capabilities, and adopt technologies that can reduce IT lead-time thus improving service to the business. Many  enterprises are adopting hybrid cloud and virtualization capabilities as a part of overall data center transformation. Increase utilization, Reduce costs, Automate  the data center.  These […]

Cisco: End-to-end Security Management for the Next-generation Data Center with Cisco ACI and AlgoSec

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This blog is authored by Anner Kushnir, AlgoSec. Anner Kushnir has over 20 years of experience in various research, development and executive management positions. Anner joined AlgoSec in 2006 as head of R&D, leading the research, design, architecture and software development of the AlgoSec product suite. Introduction: The heart of the data center, today’s business […]

Gartner: Why Software-Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization Will Cause Disruption in the Communication Service Provider and Cloud Markets

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Software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) will enable communication service providers (CSPs) to create a more agile and flexible communications infrastructure. We asked Martina Kurth, research director at Gartner how this technology disruption will enable CSPs to create and deliver cloud based-services to organizations, where, when and how they need them. Consequently, CSPs should become better positioned to challenge […]

VMware Continues to Drive Momentum for NFV in 2017

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It seems hard to believe that it’s already been a year since our last VMworld in Europe. Since that time, the VMware Telco Group has had a remarkably exciting and productive time. We have been hard at work helping our Communications Service Provider (CSP) customers with the right infrastructure for deploying a wide range of […]

VMware Video: The Benefits of Network Virtualization with VMware NSX

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With the pace of business today, hardware-based networks are getting hard to maintain. Watch this video to learn how implementing a software-defined network with VMware NSX can help your company cut costs, boost security, and propel growth through unprecedented efficiency. Then, find out how network virtualization is driving the digital transformation at https://www.vmware.com/radius/feature/network-virtualization-sdn/ This video […]

Gartner: The State of SDN – September 2017

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Here we are in the Fall of 2017 and Software-defined networking (SDN) remains a widely used and misused term that means everything and nothing at the same time. In fact, most of the networking products today marketed as SDN do not quality as SDN (note: this is based on our definition which aligns with the […]

Microsoft: Integrate Azure Stack into your datacenter

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Now that you’ve ordered Azure Stack, how do you integrate it into your datacenter? What are the integration touchpoints? Introduction Microsoft Azure Stack is an integrated system available from multiple OEMs. If you haven’t read our blog post about why we decided to go down this path, I encourage you to do so. Azure Stack […]

Cisco: 5 SD-WAN Operational Challenges for Service Providers to Consider

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Cloud and associated networking technologies such as Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) offer significant benefits in terms of business agility and cost reduction of total cost of ownership.  SD-WAN, or software-defined networking in a wide area network, is one of the latest technologies driving real transformation in enterprise WAN architectures. SD-WAN […]

Cisco: Automation and Big Networks: The More, The Better

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Recently I had the good fortune to be invited to address a Light Reading BCE audience in Austin, where the theme was the future of big networks. There was plenty of discussion, as you might imagine, about software defined networks/SDNs, network function virtualization (NFV) and artificial intelligence (AI) — all of which matter greatly to […]

Gartner: Intent-based Networking FAQ

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In the past two weeks, we’ve had a major uptick in the number of questions pertaining to Intent-based networking. No doubt, this surge is related to Cisco’s announcement on June 20th, and amplified at Cisco Live. We’ve published and blogged on the topic of Intent-based networking before, and to address the new wave of questions, here […]

Cisco: Automated App Services in Cisco ACI – F5 Private Cloud Solution

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Henry Tam is Sr Product Marketing Manager for F5’s Cloud Solutions and BIG-IP application delivery controller (ADC) platforms (hardware and software). Henry is responsible for the outbound marketing and go to market strategy of these solutions. We are publishing this Blog on behalf of Henry. Today’s software-defined economy requires businesses to move faster than their competitors. […]

Cisco: Access in the Era of Intent-based Networking

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Intuition. It is one of the key traits that makes us human. What if we could make the network intuitive in translating intent into network configuration? Could a network learn to defend itself against malware and threats? In a digital world, enterprises networks are under the onslaught of a myriad of different forces. On one […]

Lightning Speed: The Profitable Future of 5G

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We’re poised to see a quantum leap in telecom technology – and 5G will be at the center as the most powerful, efficient, and intelligent set of mobile phone and data communication capabilities to date.  Telecom providers need to begin transforming their networks for the 5G future today, while continuing to confront myriad legacy struggles […]

Whats New in Cisco CloudCenter (guess what feature they have dropped..?)

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Our CMP consultant, Ronald van Vugt has just published an updated evaluation of the latest release of Cisco CloudCenter (ver 4.8). Head over to the comparison to check out his evaluation of its capabilities which highlights its latest improvements in VM orchestration and management. You can quickly scan for fundamentally new capabilities by looking out […]

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