Marc Cohn reflects on the progress of NFV in 2014 with the voices of leadership from both the ETSI NFV ISG, and OPNFV group. Find out what 2015 may bring. SPOILER ALERT: 2015 won't be dull.
Software-defined everything (SDx) will continue to be everywhere in 2015. Here's a glance at what we'll be watching for as the new year unfolds. Let us know what we're missing.
What mattered to SDNCentral's readers in 2014? Our list includes SDN 2.0 planning, Cisco's policy-based networking, AT&T's Domain 2.0, and a whole lot of Juniper.
This year marked the 2nd anniversary of NFV. For the beginners, what have they missed this year? Check out this list of SDNCentral's NFV "where to start" stories of 2014.
A look back at the biggest stories from the world of SDN in 2014.
You've heard enough from us about SDN this year, so we'll hand it off to the experts to tell you what mattered in 2014 for SDN, what they hope to see in 2015, and why it all matters.
Our contributing writers really do contribute, you know. Here are some of their key insights on topics including SDN, NFV, DevOps, white box switching, and VMworld.
Drumroll, please! We are proud to announce 2014's best webinars and DemoFridays. Take a look and let us know what you think.
Learn from the experts about what 2014 had in store for white box networking, and what might be happening in 2015.
In today’s Weekly Roundup, we bring news on enhancements to Guavus’ big data analytics, EZChip’s plans to acquire Tilera, and a new specification to bring 25 and 50 Gbps Ethernet to cloud-scale networks.
Cisco isn't exactly the best fit for AT&T's Domain 2.0 plans; FireEye puts out $1 billion to add to its security arsenal; Cisco's newest switches might offer Broadcom with a twist; Juniper Contrail's deal in Asia gets ink because not much else...
To say it's been a big year for SDN and NFV would be beyond an understatement. Here's our look at some of the most-watched and most-talked-about stories of 2013, from product launches to corporate changes to good arguments.
Our community was generous in helping us cover the myriad issues around SDN and NFV in 2013. Here we list a few of our favorites that ask (or answer) the big questions about networks, engineers' jobs, and where all this is going.
From the development of NFV to the formation of the OpenDaylight Project, 2013 was a busy year for the SDN world, making for some pretty good interview fodder. Here are some of the conversations that stood out.
The DemoFriday webinar series helped a lot of viewers get a closer look at SDN technologies and ask questions of vendors (which were usually posted with extended answers later on). We'll continue the series in 2014. Meanwhile, here's a rundown of...