Paul Schnackenburg walks through an implementation of public cloud computing for a small business IT infrastructure and shares what lessons were learned along the way.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
AT&T tops what research firm claims to be the first benchmark for U.S. Software-Defined Wide-Area-Networking services.
Tom Fenton shares the results of some tests he conducted with Turbo Boost enabled and disabled on a CPU.
With enough real estate to work with multiple documents, you can attach multiple different computers and VDI clients, as well as wireless and wired keyboards and mice with no issues.
Software-Defined Wide-Area Networking is arguably the hottest topic in the software-centric enterprise networking transformation, but recent research shows the industry is still struggling to define the wide-ranging space.
A new survey by Juniper Networks reveals a software-defined future for the industry, with software-defined wide-area-networking serving as the entry point for many organizations.
Interconnection specialist Equinix has debuted a software-centric service leveraging network functions virtualization (NFV) to help its customers moving IT to the edge connect digital supply chains.
Tom Fenton takes a look at what the technology is and when it will come into play on a CPU.
Spirent Communications, specializing in testing solutions for the evolving software-defined networking space, announced what it claims to be the first standards-based network functions virtualization cloud testing platform.
According to the Twistlock e-mail announcement, by joining Palo Alto Networks the company will be able to "accelerate" its "mission to create the world's best cloud-native security platform."
- By Wendy A. Hernandez
The new machine learning service is designed to identify usable data without the need for custom coding.
After spending four days at the Linux Foundation event, here are some of the more important takeaways and latest developments in Kubernetes (K8S) and cloud-native computing.
General availability of the final draft standard developed by the industry association in order to facilitate market growth is the last step before the comprehensive document is finalized and published, which is expected in mid-July.
This week during the VeeamON 2019 conference in Miami Veeam Software announced the general availability of Veeam Availability Orchestrator v2.
- By Scott Bekker
Riverbed, known for its Digital Performance Platform, has updated its software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) offerings, while also announcing SaaS Accelerator, targeting Software-as-a-Service apps such as O365, Salesforce, ServiceNow and Box.
This week DataStax used its first user conference, DataStax Accelerate, to announce its plans to launch a new cloud data platform, DataStax Constellation, which includes two cloud services: DataStax Apache Cassandra as a Service and DataStax Insights.
- By Wendy A. Hernandez
Once you've created a Hadoop cluster within Amazon Web Services, you can process data using a hive script.
Although the cloud is well known for its potential use as a backup target, public clouds are increasingly being used as a disaster recovery platform.
Tata Communications, a digital infrastructure provider, announced a new managed service that it says can help enterprises simplify their complex legacy networks by transforming them into customized multi-cloud native hybrid networks.
This year at DTW there was such a wide array of news and announcements made, but here are five things that especially caught my eye.