Did you miss out on all the SDx news this week? Never fear, we're here to tell you what new market research says, and why Meru is saying "Adios, Aruba."
Networking is on the verge of big changes in Palo Alto Networks' favor, co-founder Nir Zuk says in this discussion about firewall virtualization, cloud security, and the future of hardware.
Palo Alto Networks' revenues hit $192.3 million last quarter, but losses grew to $30 million.
The emphasis around VMware's NSX will be less on SDN and more on security, as the company kicks off VMworld by talking about some practical use cases for the network virtualization platform.
Even more ACI and APIC observations from Cisco Live 2014: ACI use cases, a bit of business analysis, some CEO self-reflection, and a renegade conference just down the street.
Maybe you were underwhelmed by last year's partnership announcement, which basically put Citrix and Palo Alto boxes next to each other. This time, they're intermingling virtual appliances, opening up some interesting security use cases.
The DemoFriday webinar series helped a lot of viewers get a closer look at SDN technologies and ask questions of vendors (which were usually posted with extended answers later on). We'll continue the series in 2014. Meanwhile, here's a rundown of...
Who secures all that east-west traffic in the data center? Pretty much nobody, which means there's a product category about to happen. Palo Alto Networks is taking a shot with its VM virtual firewalls, but the concept is tailored only for VMware's...