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Dell EMC Says New Switch Eases Shift to Software-Defined Networking

Dell EMC unveiled a new switch that it says embraces the world of modern networking, which is seeing an architectural shift toward technology disaggregation and SDN.

F5 Networks Offers VNF Manager to Simplify Network Functions Virtualization

F5 Networks unveiled a new VNF Manager that it says is designed to simplify network functions virtualization for service providers and mobile operators moving to software-defined networking environments.

Monitor Your IoT Devices with AWS

Organize, manage and monitor your Internet of Things devices with Amazon Web Services.

Get Flexibility for Your VDI Deployment with Leostream 9 Connection Broker

The latest update is one of the largest, according to the company, including bug fixes, an improved UI, enhanced cloud management functions, plus many more improvements.

Housecleaning in Microsoft Azure -- You Need To Do It!

Get rid of idle services with the Azure Activity log.

Microsoft Says 'SDN Goes Mainstream' in Windows Server 2019

In highlighting the top 10 networking features of the upcoming Windows Server 2019, Microsoft claimed software-defined networking has gone mainstream.

Must-See Sessions at VMworld 2018

Here's what Tom plans to attend for this year's VMware event in Las Vegas.

SDN Firms Lead Datacenter Networking Research Report

One thing common to all three "leaders" named in Gartner's July datacenter networking research report is that they all offer software-defined networking.

Optimizing VMs in Azure

Everything you need to know about how to select, deploy, optimize and more when it comes to managing your virtual machines in Microsoft Azure.

Apstra Offers Intent-Based Networking Taxonomy and Maturity Model

IBN pioneer Apstra has offered up a taxonomy and maturity model for the young, game-changing technology, described by many as the next big thing in the networking industry.

Migrating VMs to AWS: The Process

In this last article of a three-part series, Posey steps through the actual migration process.

Migrating VMs to AWS: Organizing Servers by Application

In this second article of a three-part series, Posey shows how to organize your discovered servers by application.

CableLabs Enlists Kubernetes in NFV Adoption Effort

With NFV and SDN maturing, evolving and branching out into new industries, a new open source offering has emerged targeting the cable operator space with the help of Kubernetes.

Big Switch Takes Cloud Networking Services On-Premises

Big Switch Networks is taking "as-a-Service" virtual networking functionality available in public cloud platforms to on-premises implementations.

Hands-On with WSL: Resetting the User Password

If you forget your password while trying to run sudo from your WSL terminal, there's an easy way to reset it.

Graphical Code Editor Added to Azure Cloud Shell Developer Tools

This week Microsoft announced that it has added a graphical code editor (in preview) to its Azure Cloud Shell developer tools.

Migrating VMs to AWS: How-To Overview

In this first article of a three-part series, Posey gives an overview of how to migrate a virtual machine to the Amazon Web Services cloud.

Step-by-Step: Upgrading to VCSA 6.7

Due to enhancements to vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) version 6.7, in particular its performance and vSphere Client, you may want to consider upgrading your VCSA sooner rather than later. Here's how.

VMware and Google Collaborate on Plug-in for Hybrid Cloud Provisioning

Google Inc. and VMware Inc. announced a preview version of a plug-in for VMware vRealize Orchestrator.

When You Shouldn't Use Windows Subsystem for Linux

Just because you have a hammer doesn't mean everything is a nail.