Gee Rittenhouse says security needs to be simpler. The complexity that today's security professionals deal with is overwhelming.
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RingCentral partners, such as VMware and CloudGenix, are optimizing their SD-WAN offerings to work in concert with RingCentral’s unified communications products.
A handful of OEMs are already building products based on the new reference architecture for uCPE.
While OpenStack is widely used by service providers, ONUG's enterprise members are dealing with a different ecosystem with different issues, such as thousands of applications.
The agent AppMon's sensors are pervasively deployed in a host environment to generate precise granular performance measurement, impairment detection, and anomaly detection.
The service provider is using a single platform from Nokia's Nuage to enable end-to-end automation between its WAN overlay service and its data center overlay service.
The partnership between a cloud provider and an SD-WAN vendor allows Citrix’s technology to run on a RapidScale’s global backbone.
The online payments company said it is paying half of what it paid to have six sites outfitted with MPLS to deploy Cato SD-WAN on 14 sites at a higher bandwidth.
During his Dell Technologies World keynote, Gelsinger detailed the company’s “vision for the future of networking.” That future looks like NSX.
The Open SD-WAN Exchange (OSE) plans to launch its service level API, which helps SD-WAN vendors talk, at the upcoming ONUG Spring 2018 conference.
HPE says that Huawei's claim that is is partnering with HPE is not true. This is just the latest public relations problem for Huawei in the U.S.
Huawei is working with several third-party vendors to enhance its SD-WAN. These include Riverbed Technology, F5, and HPE.
Before deploying SD-WAN, the company was using “a spaghetti mess” of handcrafted tunnels with combinations of Sonicwall firewalls, third party tunnels, and Cisco ASA firewalls. The result was “awful and unreliable” connections.
An integrated SD-WAN security product would likely involve at least three Cisco technologies: Viptela SD-WAN, Meraki network automation, and Umbrella cloud security.
Shawmut Design and Construction wanted to break up with its MPLS, move its infrastructure to the cloud, and reduce network costs while improving its network efficiency.