SDxCentral is pleased to announce Dan Meyer has been promoted to editor in chief at SDxCentral. Read more in this post by CEO Matt Palmer.
As we wrap up the year, SDxCentral's CEO Matt Palmer reflects on some lessons learned and previews a few changes coming in 2019.
When we speak with network operators, we hear angst. What does this mean for 2015? Here’s our 2015 SDN Predictions to reduce the angst.
Part two of the Open Network Ecosystem Series focuses on how open ecosystems are growing in software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV).
Companies that want to be leaders in SDN/NFV need to focus on building partner ecosystems, and the industry as a whole needs companies to step up and fill that role.
We believe that in order to fully reap the benefits of the technology, organizations have to address the issue of NFV performance.
Roy and I often are asked that the killer NFV application is, or which app will be the first to mass deployment. Virtual firewalls (vFWs) are catching our attention, but virtual application delivery controllers (vADCs) might deploy more rapidly.
The Heartbleed vulnerability has implications for some foundational SDN components. More importantly, it reminds us of the risks behind the big-picture re-imagining that comes with SDN.
The drive toward software-defined networks is not just transforming networking, it’s changing the roles of the people up and down the IT chain. Nowhere is this more palpable than in the DevOps movement. To help you stay on top of (or get caught up...
Arista IPO: No Joke! Arista appears set to file S-1 before April 1st.
From Open-Source to Security, here's our list of what to watch for in SDN, NFV, and network virtualiztion in 2014.
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...
On.Lab is aggressively courting prospective customers to help fund ONOS, a supposedly open-source controller that would be an alternative to OpenDaylight in the WAN. But how 'open' is ONOS, and will companies like Ciena, Ericsson, and HP put up...
This year's VMware confab advanced the state of SDN today and hinted at what to worry about tomorrow. Here's Matt's take not only on NSX and Cisco, but on the DevOps/network admin battles and the latest submarket attracting SDN buzz
Software defined networking's the craze of the networking industry. Who knew Katy Perry was also connected to the SDN Networking phenomena. More on SDNCentral