Cloud networking companny Extreme Networks announced ExtremeCloud IQ, which it claims to be the first end-to-end cloud management application utilizing machine learning and artificial intelligence to boost enterpise benefits.
Enterprise application software specialist SAP announced a partnership with Microsoft to move customers' on-premises implementations to the Azure cloud.
Research firm IDC recently published a Cisco-sponsored "infobrief" on cloud trends in 2019 and beyond, specifically to explore the complexities of multicloud applications.
Microsoft, known for its recent, dramatic embrace of open source, has unveiled two more projects it's donating to the community, the Open Application Model (OAM), for Kubernetes, and the Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr), for microservices.
Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware is now ready for production on the Amazon Web Services cloud, delivering AWS-managed relational databases in on-premises VMware environments.
Brien Posey finishes his series on providing protection against Web-based attacks with the AWS Firewall Manager, designed to simplify firewall-related administrative tasks across your organization.
CloudBolt Software updated its cloud management platform for enterprises, targeting hybrid management strategies.
Firm says the times of incremental network updates are over for enterprises, which need to adopt new technologies for digital transformations.
Noting a surge in the software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) market, research firm IHS Markit claimed the disruptive technology was entering a "router replacement phase."
Brien Posey begins a series on providing protection against Web-based attacks with the AWS Firewall Manager, designed to simplify firewall-related administrative tasks across your organization.
Microsoft has teamed up with Pivotal Software to launch a private preview of Azure Spring Cloud, seeking to ease the development of Java-based cloud microservices.
Industry association MEF is partnering with ONUG to further its efforts develop requirements and standards in the software-defined wide-area networking space.
AT&T submitted specifications for a new white-box architecture to the Open Compute Project, targeting service provider-class routers with chips optimized for 400G speeds to meet evolving network demands.
Network access products specialist ADTRAN announced a new software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) offering that targets the small and medium-sized business (SMB) and distributed enterprise markets.
In the growing software-defined wide-area network space, vendors are tapping products from leading powerhouses such as Cisco, Juniper and VMware to augment their offerings.
Paul Schnackenburg takes a look at Azure Advanced Threat Protection and its cousin, Advanced Threat Analytics, which protect against identity-based attacks in organizations that run on Active Directory Domain Services.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
At next month's user conference, Tom will be checking out what looks to be some very interesting sessions and presentations, focusing on: Kubernetes; HCI VDI with GPU Nodes; NVMe over Fabric; Data Fabric; and NetApp Ecosystem.
Here's a look at Azure Bastion, for securely connecting to Windows and Linux VMs, and Azure Lighthouse, which lets service providers deliver managed services for their customers .
- By Paul Schnackenburg
Aryaka, known for its managed software-defined wide-area network offering, has added connectivity options with what it calls HybridWAN.
Since its inception, the bailiwick of the disruptive software-defined networking movement has expanded to all sorts of use cases, with network connectivity now joining the crowd, offered by the firm Stateless Inc.