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

WhatMatrix Community
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 […]

Citrix: Building a Software-Defined Network

Citrix Systems
At his Citrix Synergy keynote, Citrix CEO Kirill Tatarinov mentioned that IT “needs a software defined perimeter (SDP) that helps us manage our mission critical assets and enable people to work the way they want to.” The concept is not a new one, having been around for several years. An SDP replaces the traditional network […]

Community and the Turbonomic Vision

Turbonomic
There are few opportunities like that which we shared with our Tech Field Day delegates at the #TFD14 event on May 11th.  This was not just another presentation, but a true exploration of the journey that Turbonomic is on along with our growing technology and customer community.  Tech Field Day 14 featured another all-star cast […]

Veeam and Microsoft Extend Storage Alliance to Deliver Unprecedented Availability for the Always-On Cloud

Veeam
Veeam enables businesses to deliver the Digital Life experience users expect by protecting applications and data running in Hybrid Cloud, leveraging cloud backup and disaster recovery based on Microsoft Azure and Veeam ‘Always-On Cloud’ Availability Platform for non-stop business continuity, agility and lower cost. NEW Veeam Disaster Recovery in Microsoft Azure combines capabilities of Veeam […]

Cisco: Catena selected as Best of Interop 2017 finalist

Cisco
In the light of inserting various L4-L7 services, deploying infrastructure for multi-tenant applications can be very complex! Catena, the latest innovation from Cisco can help. But don’t just take our word for it. Previously chosen as the product of the week ,Catena has now been selected as Best of Interop 2017 finalist in the Data […]

Cisco: Defining Network Programmability

Cisco
Network programmability is such a generic term, like SDN and the whole Software Defined X paradigm, that it means different things to different people. Not so long ago network programmability was synonymous with Openflow but as time passed and pragmatism kicked in, the industry settled around a common view. Driven by real benefits like time and […]

Cisco: Cloud, Security and Analytics at Open Networking User Group

Cisco
ONUG is here again and next week I will be heading to San Francisco to participate in the Spring conference. This will be the fourth ONUG conference I am attending and it has been fascinating to see the event evolve from defining the SD-WAN business requirements, and expanding to Cloud, Security and Analytics – all […]

Cisco Fibre Channel SAN Switching – Cisco Has Your Back

Cisco
Back in 1984 the desire to connect across campus gave birth to the first multi-protocol router, and to Cisco.  Much has changed since then, but one thing remains constant.  No, I’m not talking about my love of the New York Yankees – I’m talking about Cisco’s focus on the customer. Putting customer first is what […]

Red Hat Offers Launchpad for IT Transformation with Latest Version of Red Hat Virtualization

Red Hat
Tighter portfolio integration and automation enhancements to KVM-based virtualization platform provides an open, powerful foundation to enterprises seeking IT modernization without lock-in Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of Red Hat Virtualization 4.1, the latest release of the company’s Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM)-powered […]

Red Hat Delivers Advanced Network Automation with Latest Version of Ansible

Red Hat
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of Ansible 2.3, the latest version of the leading simple, powerful, and agentless open source IT automation framework. Ansible 2.3 provides performance enhancements and advanced networking capabilities, including adding connection methods designed to increase flexibility and improve […]

Which Is Better for Skype for Business? Physical or Virtual?

HP Enterprise
We’ve answered your questions around deploying Skype for Business. Our testing results are published in the latest Skype for Business Reference Architecture, Microsoft Skype for Business, Standard Edition, 2500 Users – Virtual and Physical Deployment Use Cases. Questions. We all get them every day. For some, we answer with our opinion. For others, we need to […]

VMware vCloud NFV 2.0 Delivers Agile, Open and Secure Networks with Simplified Operations Management

VMware
Production-Proven VMware vCloud NFV(TM) Platform Accelerates Network Modernization and New Service Delivery, Sustainable Cost Reductions and 5G Readiness; VMware Ready(TM) for NFV Program Now Features more than 30 certified solutions MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS – VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today announced VMware vCloud® NFV™ 2.0, designed to modernize and transform network architectures and operations for global […]

Cisco: If It’s Not Software Defined, It’s Legacy

Cisco
According to Wikibon, only 10% of internal IT workloads represent true private cloud. The private cloud is simply a virtualized environment, lacking the characteristics that we associate with public cloud, such as user self-service, automated deployment and utility billing. This is because private clouds are often built on legacy data center networks, rather than software […]

Load Balancing For Security?

FSLogix
Load Balancing (LB), is now popping up on the corporate security agenda! LB is no longer just about managing traffic flows across enterprise routers and servers. In the age of the cloud and software defined networking (SDN), the LB off-loading function has serious possibilities for deflecting DDOS attacks by shifting attack traffic from the corporate […]

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