Two months after Avaya Inc. introduced its software-defined networking (SDN) architecture, the company is adding new Ethernet switches to fill out the offering.
CEO Pat Gelsinger called the results "solid."
Called Project Photon and Project Lightwave, they provide an infrastructure and security model for containers in the cloud.
Microsoft does not confirm that date.
New report indicates 72 percent of enterprises planning SDN deployments in local campus networks by the end of 2017.
Up to 64,000 IOPS per VM is supported at the new tier.
The company feels it's no longer relevant.
Microsoft will push out again within the next few weeks.
It comes the same week that Docker got a round of funding that may have made it a $1 billion company.
Software-defined networking (SDN) company Pluribus Networks this week updated its Netvisor network hypervisor OS for better integration with existing networks.
Its Availability Suite v8 got a customer's vital VM back online in a snap.
Among the many challengers stepping into the ring, the top contender is Microsoft.
A new vSphere 6.0 feature, it's VMware's best attempt yet to support 3D in a virtual desktop environment.
The company encourages customers to consider SQL in the cloud or SQL Server 2014.
The container company is a darling of venture capitalists.
The IDC study also shows that most are using their clouds for IT operations.
SPLICE Software makes its pitch for more personalized experiences.
Microsoft on Wednesday said it will offer Hyper-V container support to provide additional deployment scenarios and allow for the development of more scalable apps.
Next-generation networking vendor Plexxi Inc. announced a partnership with server hardware company PSSC Labs to provide a converged Big Data solution featuring software-defined networking (SDN) technology.