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.
Not everyone wants another box at the branch.
These new enhancements are blended into one cohesive system.