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The Next IT Frontier: Adaptive Orchestration

Getting a handle on skyrocketing workloads.

Firms Team Up for Transport SDN Solution

It promises end-to-end network automation and control across all network domains and layers.

How To Install and Use PowerShell and PowerCLI on Linux

PowerShell isn't only for Windows anymore.

Network Agility Drives Software-Defined WAN Adoption, Survey Says

"The motivation for deploying SD-WAN may have started with cost reduction and improved performance, but that's changing."

Study Provides Insights Into Software-Defined Storage

One key finding: only 6 percent of those polled aren't considering a move to SDS.

Applying 'Software Defined' to Mainframes

A breakthrough or marketing hype? Analyzing a startup's claims.

Looking at IT Monitoring From Both Sides Now

Today's complex environments require an understanding of the difference between how a user sees a problem and how a sysdmin sees a problem, and how to translate between the two.

No Encryption on 82 Percent of Public Cloud Databases, Says Report

Other problems: weak network controls, poor governance, developer-caused security risks and tough compliance complications.

Security Vendor Reportedly Bought by Microsoft

The company, Hexadite, is a security automation and orchestration provider.

NComputing Offers Raspberry Pi 3 Thin Client

It may find a home in Citrix shops.

The Evolution of Hardware Compatibility Lists

There's room for improvement, and VMware is heading in that direction.

AT&T Expands NFV Management Platform

It promises to simplify the process of buying and adding network functionality.

How To Display Log Data Using Bubble Charts

Visualizing data as bubbles may alert you to issues you've missed.

The Rise of Network Functions Virtualization

Learn all about the younger cousin of SDN, transforming networks near you.

There Is No 'Silo' In Team

Holistic IT seems like a laudable goal, but how do you get there?

The New Computing Bottlenecks

Storage breakthroughs are leading to new ways of thinking about infrastructure.

Veeam Talks Vision

The company points to the future while recognizing its limitations.

Sprint NFV/SDN Research Leads to Open Source Project for Network Efficiency

It runs on standard off-the-shelf Intel servers and achieves core network efficiency by packing multiple networking components into a small number of compute cores.

Veeam Announces New Products

Supported environments are limited to Windows and Linux, however.

Red Hat Positions Ansible as the Automation Platform for the Enterprise

But is there a place for legacy systems?

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