Who gets the blame when NFV fails?
Get things thrown at you for a good cause.
Amazon is still a speck on the horizon, though.
We wrap up our series on the new SDx infrastructure (SDxI) with some final thoughts on how to help your organization succeed in a changing SDx world.
Service providers are starting to embrace container technology to deliver more dynamic, distributed applications
We look at how evolving infrastructure form factors and delivery models support the defining hallmarks of SDx: efficiency, flexibility, and customization.
We define the specific attributes of an effective SDx infrastructure and look at how they enable real-world SDx solutions.
We explore how SDx Infrastructure (SDxI) use cases are different from traditional use cases and define the most common ones for SDN and NFV—both key components of SDxI.
SDx is changing how infrastructure is bought and sold. We ID the new technical and economic buyers, movers, and shakers of SDxI.
SDx applications have new needs from next-gen IT infrastructure that go beyond old models and architectures. Find out what they and stake your claim in the SDx world.
It is finally here! The second post of an eight-part series examines the evolution of the cloud and the trends driving the SDx revolution.
We’re kicking off an eight-part series on SDx (software-defined everything) and the future of infrastructure. Learn what SDx is and stay competitive in a software-defined world.
SDxCentral is pleased to announce the addition of its newest resource page, NFV and SDN for Dummies! Here, you'll find helpful resources to learn more about SDx, SDN, NFV, and network virtualization.
It's going to be a robust year for 2015, but not an entirely rosy one. Check out Roy Chua's 2015 predictions for NFV, service providers, and the enterprise.
We believe that in order to fully reap the benefits of the technology, organizations have to address the issue of NFV performance.