CA Technologies and Ixia extended an existing partnership to resolve scale and complexity hurdles introduced by software-defined infrastructures.
The platform generates 25 Gb/s of encrypted traffic to test application delivery and network security.
The packet broker software supports software-defined data centers.
The platform now includes support for Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Bluemix, and Alibaba Cloud.
The prime driver is to engineer flexible and scalable networks.
CloudLens is available on AWS, and Azure is coming soon.
Ixia fills a portfolio gap for Keysight.
It is time to see through the false sense of security offered by typical deployments.
Masergy is already using this multi-vendor VNF system for Carrier Ethernet.
Service providers like SDN, Cisco attempts to fix a security gap, and Nokia makes room for AlcaLu.
Yeehaw! It's Friday, so you know what that means: It's roundup time.
Giddy up, news! It's time for the SDxCentral roundup!
Appointments at vArmour, Cloud Foundry, Adara, & Illumio, the latest on Docker 1.5 release, & an HP acquisition.
It feels like we do this every six months. Bethany Mayer took another new job in August, leaving HP's newborn NFV group to become CEO of Ixia. Her job still involves NFV and the cloud, though.
Our Weekly Roundup for Friday, September 12 brings you news on many 'firsts:' virtualized content caching, OSS as a service, and a new OpenFlow-enabled SDN product for Microsoft Lync.