Anthos, which is based on Kubernetes and fully managed by Google, runs on premises and supports multiple clouds including AWS and Azure.
The offering is based on TelcoSystems’ NFVTime product suite, which is a service-ready, plug-and-play uCPE that allows service providers to service chain multiple VNFs alongside the SD-WAN.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for April 5, 2019: The LFN testing tool validates ONAP requirements; VMware flaws were in its vCloud platform and hypervisor software; Intel's jobs cuts hit hundreds.
The new release enables planning for “what-if” scenarios — things like determining the impact of adding hyperconverged infrastructure capacity or comparing the costs of moving workloads across different clouds.
VMware SD-WAN tops Cisco in new a IHS report; VMware-VeloCloud detail the road ahead for SD-WAN; and Citrix's internal network gets hacked.
The company issued patches for vulnerabilities found in vCloudDirector for service providers as well as VMware EXSi, Workstation, and Fusion.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for March 29, 2019: Oracle jobs cuts are tied to the cloud; VeloCloud's SD-WAN updates could include containers, VMs; Alcatel-Lucent deal hangs over Nokia.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for March 22, 2019: The Microsoft-developed Sonic platform gathers speed. VMware adds more moisture to its cloud ambitions. Is 6G on deck?
For VMware's VeloCloud-based SD-WAN, the road ahead includes containers, VMs, VNFs, 5G, hybrid- and multi-clouds, and gateway federation.
VMware NSX enables a multitude of multi-cloud/hybrid-cloud use cases ranging from seamless data center extension to disaster recovery/avoidance to rapid workload mobility.
VMware’s latest cloud push includes more VMware Cloud on AWS regions, expanded multi-cloud management tools, and a new hyperconverged infrastructure device jointly engineered with Dell EMC.
According to the research firm there are new market opportunities for SD-WAN vendors in 5G and IoT.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for March 8, 2019: Huawei seeks a legal injunction. Juniper's acquisition expands its enterprise portfolio. VMware launches Service-defined Firewall.
In this podcast, you’ll hear from Pål Grønsund, Senior Research Scientist, Telenor ASA.; Donagh Buckley, CTO (R&D) Ireland CoE & Sr. Director Research, Dell EMC; Vanessa Little Director – Global NFV Ecosystem Architecture, VMware.
It uses VMware’s ability to inspect the guest OS and application without being resident in the guest. This means that even if an attacker gains root access they cannot bypass the internal firewall.