Securing hyperconverged infrastructures requires a policy-based approach that intertwines security with applications.
Traditional routing fails to differentiate between application and user requirements. SD-WAN is changing that with identity awareness.
DevOps teams face a steep learning curve with best practices related to deploying, running, and managing the lifecycle of a containerized application.
Current networks require an intent-based networking system based on proper orchestration to keep current infrastructure intact while integrating next-generation platforms.
Edge devices will create a tsunami of data, and while using databases would seemingly help tame the volumes of data at the edge, databases don’t work at the edge.
Success in multi-cloud environments will be characterized by the adoption of an operational framework that can exploit all the advantages of a multi-cloud world.
Borrowing from the astrological meaning, the Goldilocks Zone refers to the space where organizations have the right amount of resources and combination of components to support network life.
While MEC is set to address the data demand of 5G networks, adding network programmability to MEC ameliorates the overall MEC solution.
Hybrid cloud computing for high performance computing is quickly becoming commonplace, but there are certain challenges that CIOs must overcome in order to reap all the benefits.
DoCoMo’s implementation runs on Ericsson-provided OpenStack-based virtualized infrastructure managers and includes VNFs from multiple vendors such as NEC, Nokia, and Fujitsu.
Since ETSI set standards for NFV six years ago, the technology has yet to reach its full potential as operators get stuck on physical limitations.
Inadequate container security is increasingly leading to strikes related to ransomware, cryptomining, data theft, and service disruption attacks.
Achieving consistent point-of-sale transactions and cloud application performance over low-speed broadband can be challenging, but finding the right SD-WAN can alleviate some of these difficulties.
Big banks find more to like with container technology, which offers security plus tools to innovate and better compete in a dogged marketplace.
As the network continues to evolve and change, IT professionals have to adapt and learn in order to keep up, and employers must find ways to verify that perspective.