Whether you want to run your service on a single device, clustered devices, or up into the cloud – find out how cloudification gives you the portability to run it wherever you want.
Ericsson is still far from beating Huawei’s 5G contract tally, but it’s taking small steps in the right direction.
Schrödinger’s cat or stone soup, pick your favorite ONAP analogy.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is one of the new investors, having initially signed up for the Portworx Enterprise platform last year.
“When you deal with Kubernetes in the core of a network, dealing with quarterly updates is one thing,” said Red Hat's Brian Gracely. “But when you have 2,000 branch offices that is a different model."
VMware’s latest cloud push includes more VMware Cloud on AWS regions, expanded multi-cloud management tools, and a new hyperconverged infrastructure device jointly engineered with Dell EMC.
This webinar dives into how SnapRoute's Cloud Native Network Operating (CN-NOS) is the only network operating system that gives companies the agility to rapidly deliver new services and applications in a reliable and secure manner as business...
“Much of Linkerd’s recent momentum is from folks coming to Linkerd after struggling with Istio,” explained Buoyant CEO William Morgan.
The platform provides a more consistent way for enterprises to manage their applications across multiple infrastructure locations.
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Both companies are betting big on an open, integrated platform approach. Their investments appear to be paying off as the two vendors look to have crossed the chasm from old-school security to next-gen infrastructure.
The increasingly complex array of cloud environments used by businesses provides bad actors with great opportunities to sneak into corporate networks.
Huawei is losing no time in building on its momentum from the show as today it opened a Cyber Security Transparency Centre in Brussels, Belgium.
Falcon for Mobile identifies threats on mobile devices and provides visibility into situations where there is potentially dangerous access to corporate data.
The vendor claims it’s the first cloud native security information and event management (SIEM) tool in a major cloud platform.