A debate is starting to roil the networking community, centered around the amount of sprawl network virtualization might spawn across the enterprise.
Virtualization can help IT organizations break down the silos that exist between application developers and enable operations teams to deliver real-time IT.
Next-generation applications will demand a new level of service assurance that can be delivered by third-party SDN technologies, married with monitoring and automation.
In addition to a new crop of SD-WAN players, traditional enterprise networking players want a piece of the network edge.
VMware says it is looking at East-West encryption inside the data center, adding another layer of security to the SDDC.
Network virtualization (NV) can increase IT agility, according to emerging case studies and user feedback.
VMware is pursuing two container strategies that call for integrating Photon OS and its VIC with NSX for containers.
With The Linux Foundation taking charge of Open vSwitch, a new future for the open source project takes shape.
Network virtualization and SDN technology can add to network security by enabling a secure DMZ in the data center.
Hardware acceleration can boost adoption of network function virtualization (NFV) technology by providing a more powerful platform.
Big data and analytics are transforming Network Virtualization (NV) by taking advantage of new sources of data and providing analytics tools that can link to automation in software-defined networks (SDNs).
Network virtualization (NV) is starting to blur the lines between the LAN and the WAN.
New networking approaches such as SDN and NFV will require a balance between hardware and software.
Docker containers are clearly transforming nearly every aspect of IT these days – and networking is no exception.
Neutron networking open-source options are expanding for OpenStack, but users are still relying heavily on proprietary network virtualization solutions.