As the battle for the $10 billion JEDI contract narrows down to AWS and Microsoft Azure, Microsoft makes even more updates to its Government offerings.
The group is named for the Australian Logrunner, a bird that is “uniquely adapted” to forage and search, such as the group will help forage for innovation and troubleshooting in emerging technologies, says Scalyr’s Dave McAllister.
The SD-WAN provider claims a 90% win-rate over legacy vendors and other SD-WAN products when compared in enterprise proof-of-concepts (PoCs).
Omnitek will join Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, and will provide video and AI inferencing applications on top of Intel’s FPGAs.
The two companies previously announced a partnership this year to build a 5G-ready, IP-based automated network in India.
The products insecurely store authentication and/or session cookies, giving hackers access to a company’s virtual private network.
The offering leverages its existing cloud IP suite of services — including routing, SD-WAN, and security — while reducing the complexity and cost of legacy networks.
The company released a managed offering of its monitoring platform, which provides both synthetic and real-user monitoring to its customers.
The SD-WAN market is so hot right now that vendors, especially security companies, can’t help but jump in.
In a busy market, the chipmaker seeks to compete with the likes of Nvidia and Intel by developing a chip for smaller edge data centers.
The cloud-based SD-WAN provider is expanding its network and service into London, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam.
The latest version of Sysdig’s platform consolidates its Monitor and Secure products to better serve the needs of DevSecOps and DevOps teams.
The startup provides a real-time network to send and manage message traffic and stream data between companies, applications, and IoT devices.
The company also updated its operating system to power what it calls security-driven networking, including new features for SD-WAN, edge, and multi-cloud environments.
Will open source usher in the second-wave of SD-WAN? flexiWAN's co-founder and CEO Amir Zmora thinks so.