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Mar
22nd

Watch Recorded Sessions from DevOps Networking Forum

Author: Linux.com Editorial Staff | Files under syndicated

DevOps Networking Forum 2016 was a day-long exploration on the intersection between Devops and Networking, featuring an impressive lineup of guest speakers from companies like Arista Networks, Brocade, Cumulus Networks, Docker, Google and VMware.
Co…


Mar
22nd

ONS and the Challenge of Open Networking

Author: Enterprise Networking Planet | Files under syndicated

At the Open Networking Summit (ONS) this week, vendors big and small are talking about the success and direction of the open networking movement, including Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), and whitebox hardware…


Mar
18th

Google Shares Details of Its Software-Defined Load Balancer

Author: eWeek | Files under syndicated

The Maglev software-defined load balancer, which runs on commodity Linux servers, has been critical to Google Cloud Platform for eight years, company says. As it’s already done with other areas of its massive datacenter infrastructure, Google this…


Mar
17th

AT&T Sheds More Light on SDN, NFV Initiative

Author: eWeek | Files under syndicated

The carrier is ahead of schedule in virtualizing its network, and unveils its ECOMP software platform for building a software-centric infrastructure.


Mar
17th

IoT Bringing Changes to Company Networks, Big Data Projects

Author: InformationWeek | Files under syndicated

The Internet of Things is big, and only getting bigger. A new report from Ovum suggestions now is the time IT needs to get networks ready to collect all this data, and use it to business advantage.


Mar
16th

SDN Changing the Way We Network

Author: IT World | Files under syndicated

SDN’s impact is profoundly changing the way users operate their networks. Databases and distributed systems can now participate in networking, and workloads can be segmented for scale, participants at the 2016 Open Networking Summit said here this week. Network management is simplified, and application interactions are more intuitive and network-aware.


Mar
14th

Watch Open Networking Summit This Week via Free Live Video Stream

Author: Libby Clark | Files under syndicated

Open Networking Summit (ONS) takes place this week, March 14-17, in Santa Clara, Calif., with talks covering every aspect of open networking for developers, technologists, operators, service providers and executives. You can watch the keynotes and…


Mar
11th

Cisco Brings Network Functions Virtualization to the Enterprise

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

Cisco has launched a software-driven architecture for managing branch and WAN operations, called the Digital Network Architecture (DNA), that has some networking pros hailing the new technology and others are taking a wait-and-see approach.

In a blog post, Rob Soderbery, Cisco’s senior vice president and general manager for the Enterprise Networking Group, said the architecture and solutions were just the first in a wave to come for intelligent WAN (IWAN) and network operations teams.


Mar
10th

Microsoft Will Release a Custom Debian Linux for Networking

Author: The Register | Files under syndicated

OCP Summit:  Put down your coffee gently. Microsoft will today release a homegrown open-source operating system, based on none other than Debian GNU/Linux, that runs on network switches.


Mar
9th

Open Source SDN Orchestration: Real Time OSS Foundation for Service Agility

Author: Libby Clark | Files under syndicated

[Sponsored article] Next-generation networking technologies such as SDN, NFV and cloud computing are enabling autonomous, real-time telecom operations. However, many conventional operational support systems (OSS) are based on proprietary software, whic…