In the WAN, where the optical transport network plays a key role, SDN is now beginning to emerge as a new technology tool that offers the promise of managing the underlay.
Want to learn more about Wind River’s latest DemoFriday? Check out our exclusive Q&A with Wind River to find out more about Wind River’s Titanium Server.
Remember OVDK? Now you won't have to. Intel is stopping development on its forked version of the open source switching project to join the mainstream Open vSwitch flow.
Don't miss out on the upcoming Aricent DemoFriday on December 12th. Aricent experts demo how to optimize development of Carrier Grade SDN and NFV solutions. Sign up today!
Palo Alto Networks' revenues hit $192.3 million last quarter, but losses grew to $30 million.
Did you miss our exclusive webinar with the OpenDaylight Project featuring the new Helium code release? Here, you'll find the Q&A following the demo, as well as other resources, like the full presentation and video.
F5 veteran Karl Triebes gives a wide-ranging interview on the biggest network security threats of the moment, and the evolving approaches to combatting them.
As you may know, sustainability is emerging as a key component of cloud technology and data centers. Whether it's Facebook, Amazon, or BMW, companies are in search of more efficiency in their business and technology practices. The Rayno...
Learn the latest on the state of the NV market. The highly anticipated 2014 Network Virtualization Report is available online.
Google's latest hire augurs deeper moves into enterprise services and cloud security for the Mountain View goliath.
This week's roundup features issues with Microsoft Azure; SDN products from Calient, ECI, and Extreme Networks; and a survey revealing service providers' doubts about SDN.
How Google & OpenConfig Plan to Model the Whole Network
Focusing on the network specifics of OpenStack's role, this article also touches on the compute and storage needs and what will need to be included in the emerging OPNFV system architecture.
OSS doesn't just stand for 'open-source software.' It's also the acronym for proprietary, complex software that runs a telecom network — software that the Metro Ethernet Forum hopes to redefine.
SDN options cover such a dizzying range of approaches that even the most basic buying decisions can feel weighted with far-reaching implications. This video looks at the benefits and drawbacks of open source software for SDN.