The application performance management (APM) platform provides native visibility into containers running on Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
Previously, SteelFusion has been available out-of-box for VMware environments only. But now, Riverbed is providing SteelFusion for native Microsoft Windows Server environments for Hyper-V.
Riverbed's SteelCentral updates combined the licensing of its end-user monitoring and APM so enterprises can adapt with their monitoring needs over time.
RingCentral partners, such as VMware and CloudGenix, are optimizing their SD-WAN offerings to work in concert with RingCentral’s unified communications products.
HCI can reduce costs and complexity at remote offices.
Cisco and VMware change the SD-WAN playing field.
It added integrations with Xirrus WiFi and enhanced its automated cloud connectivity.
SteelFusion seems a little bit like hyperconverged infrastructure, but not exactly.
It provides a migration path from perimeter-based security appliances.
Look for an AWS version to launch next year.
Global private equity M&A activity in the tech sector is on the rise.
Xirrus' access points provide Riverbed with data from the edge.
Riverbed created a separate business unit for service providers.
Riverbed will help service providers roll out services and monitor them.
While none of these products are new individually, combined they create new capabilities.