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Intel Releases GA of 2nd-Gen 'Cascade Lake' Xeon CPUs

Support for Optane DC Persistent Memory is one of many new features in Intel's latest generation of chips.

Leostream Upgrades Platform with the Release of Leostream Connection Broker 9.0.34

Leostream Corp. recently announced an update to its Leostream platform with the release of Leostream Connection Broker 9.0.34. Among a number of upgrades to Leostream 9.0 are also some fixes that resolve known issues.

ONF Partnership Aims SDN at Optical Transport Networks

The Open Networking Foundation announced a partnership that boosts software-defined networking in optical transport networks.

OpenDaylight SDN Controller Marks 6 Years with 10th Release, Neon

OpenDaylight, said to be the most pervasive open source software-defined networking controller in the industry, is out in its 10th release as it celebrates its six-year anniversary.

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General Availability of Azure Data Box Edge Appliance Released

Last week Microsoft announced that GA versions of Azure Data Box Edge and Azure Data Box Gateway are now available through the Microsoft Azure Portal.

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Microsoft Announces Availability of Azure Stack HCI Solutions

"Azure in a box" gets hyperconverged infrastructure capabilities with new Azure Stack HCI solutions.

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Use Amazon EC2 Fleets to Create Collections of EC2 Instances

You can automate the creation of multiple instances based on your preferences.

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A Look at Security in the Microsoft Cloud, Part 2: Azure Deployments

The foundational services, technologies and tools you can use to secure your Azure platform.

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How To Install and Use the VMware Horizon Performance Tracker

HPT monitors the the performance of the display protocol and virtual desktop usage, which is useful when troubleshooting issues and planning for deployments.

Cisco Aims New Intent-Based Networking Wares at SD-WAN

Cisco Systems this month announced new solutions that take its intent-based networking technology to the software-defined wide-area network, promising increased visibility and control for disparate branches.

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New Kubernetes Update Graduates Windows Node Support from Beta

Support for using the Kubernetes open source container orchestration system to wrangle Windows containers has been graduated from beta and is now a baked-in production-level feature of Kubernetes 1.4, out today as the first release of the year.

Infovista Targets Application Quality in Ipanema SD-WAN

The benefits of software-defined wide-area networks typically start with cost savings, but Infovista says it's focusing on a neglected aspect of the next-gen SD-WAN transformation: the quality of application experiences.

How To Create Composite AWS Systems Manager Documents

Sometimes you might want to automate multiple tasks without the hassle of working with several individual SSM documents. You can simplify this action by creating a composite document. Here's how you can do that.

What's New in VMware Horizon 7.8 and CART 5.0

Although no major changes were introduced, there is now support for new OSes and some existing features were extended.

SONiC Powers Big Switch Open Source Network OS Demo

Big Switch Networks is the latest industry player to showcase new-age networking wares based on integration with the Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC) project.

The Updated VMware Horizon 7.7 Help Desk

A look at the updated features and how to access the Horizon tool.

F5 Looks to 'Bridge NetOps and DevOps' with Acquisition of NGINX

F5 Networks Inc. announced Monday (March 11) that it will acquire privately held NGINX Inc. for a total of $670 million.

Juniper Networks Integrates with 'Software for Open Networking in the Cloud' Platform

Juniper Networks, known for software-defined networking (SDN) and other networking offerings, today announced the native integration of its platform with Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC).

Cloud Comparison Tool To Simplify Cloud Provider Decision-Making Process

Last week Wire19.com released its new Cloud Comparison Tool, which evaluates and compares services from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, IBM Cloud and Microsoft Azure.

VMware's Service-Defined Firewall Aims to 'Massively Reduce the Attack Surface'

VMware Inc. announced it was launching a new VMware Service-Defined Firewall, a first of its kind in the industry, according to the company.

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