In order to plan the transition to virtualizing their business, enterprises must consider the required functionality, as well as complexity, cost, and performance.
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To be successful in the cloud world, there needs to be an organizational shift within companies to encompass both change management and skills management.
To understand where next-gen communications will be tomorrow, look to the 5G trials of today.
Once you have containers in production certain security measures must be put in place to cover network filtering, container inspection, and host security.
The widespread deployment of cloud infrastructure has led IT teams to demand freedom of choice, but that might not always be what’s best for the organization as a whole.
Having your SD-WAN delivered as-a-service helps simply the network and free up IT resources to focus on growth generating opportunities.
Before deploying a multi-cloud strategy, there are four myths about multi-cloud security that need debunking.
In the rush to capitalize on NFV many operators have focused purely on the NFV orchestration, but as they move from trials to production, one key piece is missing — management.
Both cloud-native and traditional organizations must implement a security practice that offers automation, abstraction, flexibility, visibility, and is application-aware.
Moving the security perimeter into the cloud helps companies that are struggling with the budget and talent needed to keep security in-house.
Securing hyperconverged infrastructures requires a policy-based approach that intertwines security with applications.
Borrowing from the astrological meaning, the Goldilocks Zone refers to the space where organizations have the right amount of resources and combination of components to support network life.
While MEC is set to address the data demand of 5G networks, adding network programmability to MEC ameliorates the overall MEC solution.
Big banks find more to like with container technology, which offers security plus tools to innovate and better compete in a dogged marketplace.
A software-driven approach to security makes advanced capabilities possible even on a tight budget.