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As we wrap up the year, SDxCentral's CEO Matt Palmer reflects on some lessons learned and previews a few changes coming in 2019.
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Nearly half of those surveyed said they are currently using containers.
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Service providers want reduced costs while the enterprise looks for flexibility.
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In this week's SDxCentral roundup: new appointments at Avi Networks, Oracle, and Ruckus, as well as financial plans for Deutsche Telekom.
In this SDxCentral Weekly News Roundup -- Citrix acquired Sanbolic and speculation about what company might be next, EMC restructures RSA.
Cyan gets a boost, Fibre Channel gets a reprieve, Sonus gets some SDN tech — and our own site gets a name change, to SDxCentral.
This week's SDNCentral roundup includes news bits on last month's Azure outage, a new agreement between Google and Verizon, and the announcement of three new starter kits from Plexxi.
HP updates NFV Director; Broadcom updates its OpenFlow platform; OPNFV adds members; Pica8 adds an investor; Edgewater and Big Switch add execs.
In this week's roundup: Juniper and VMware team up some more; HP will start reselling Alcatel-Lucent routers; a highly visible Cisco exec departs; a software-defined storage startup raises $53M.