The lack of automation can cause an increase in trouble tickets and security gaps. Infoblox DDI for Google Cloud can help resolve these inefficiencies.
Microsoft contributed the open source Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC) to OCP in 2016. It uses the Linux kernel, and it allows cloud operators to share the same software stack across multiple switch vendors’ hardware.
OCP announced four other new projects at the summit: Inspur-led OpenRMC (stands for “rack management module”), Netronome-led Open Domain-Specific Accelerators, Facebook-led OCP Accelerator Module, and Nokia-led Open Edge.
Beyond recruitment and training, the security industry needs to retain talent. We need to take care of our security professionals, and this includes their mental health.
A deep dive by MTN Consulting finds that Microsoft has made great progress reorienting itself around Azure and subscription services.
AT&T ties its 5G and Airship plans to the Mirantis core; the Linux community uncovers a runC container runtime flaw; and Orange Business wants to be a "one-stop" SD-WAN shop.
The vendor claims it’s the first cloud native security information and event management (SIEM) tool in a major cloud platform.
The NEC platform is focused on providing a low latency experience for enterprises without the need for dedicated on-premises hardware.
The moves further tightens integration across SAP's platforms, but analysts warn it could deter new customers outside of that ecosystem.
Pivotal and Samsung join the O-RAN Alliance; Splunk withdraws from Russia; Microsoft expands its security service into Europe.
Can applying NFV and SDN principles to a telco organization yield better results?
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Feb. 15, 2019: Google's plan will include geographic and workforce expansion. Kubernetes, Docker, and containerd impacted by the runC runtime bug. Mirantis' multi-year AT&T deal is for eight-figures.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Feb. 8, 2019: Verizon found significantly lower latency when using MEC equipment and software, AWS is as large as its four closest rivals, and Ericsson joins a growing list of O-RAN Alliance supporters.
Smaller rivals Microsoft, Google, Alibaba, and IBM if combined would be about equal to AWS' market share. And they are taking market share from smaller players.
This was one of several announcements Microsoft made today to boost its cloud and edge capabilities for its U.S. government customers.