There are many reasons to deploy a network virtualization overlay. But the biggest advantage to an NV overlay is that it can extend the capabilities of legacy networks.
The scale and impact of Kubernetes was obvious at the recent OSCON 2018 conference in Portland, Oregon.
Half of container users started less than 12 months ago, providing new blood for AWS, Azure, Google, Docker, VMware, Red Hat to fight over.
The latest cloud orchestration report indicates that CIOs, cloud architects, and other IT infrastructure managers need to educate themselves on an increasingly wide variety of options.
The IT industry has a selection of tools for deploying containers. They can use a PaaS or a CaaS based on Kubernetes, Marathon, or Docker.
As providers of container networking platforms jostle for position, the industry is eagerly awaiting the emergence of container networking interoperability.
In the move to the telco cloud and NFV, there are a number of risks associated with implementing a fully virtualized system.
VMware is pursuing two container strategies that call for integrating Photon OS and its VIC with NSX for containers.
Docker containers are clearly transforming nearly every aspect of IT these days – and networking is no exception.
With users citing container networking technology as a challenge, it opens the door for virtualization overlay technology to help.