This week Microsoft announced the preview release of its new managed Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Azure Bastion, which provides users a seamless and private connection to Azure virtual machines (VMs) through the Azure Portal.
Kubernetes 1.15 is released with the theme of continuous improvement and extensibility.
- By Wendy A. Hernandez
Nubeva Technologies Ltd. announced the public preview release of its cloud-native, universal Transport Layer Security (TLS) decryption solution, Nubeva Prisms TLS Decrypt, which works on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform running either Linux or Windows.
- By Wendy A. Hernandez
Riverbed and Versa Networks, two players in the burgeoning software-defined wide-area network arena, have entered into a partnership that targets large enterprise penetration.
Approximately eight months overdue, the virtualization platform was finally released this week.
AWS RoboMaker is more than just a tool for managing and monitoring fleets of robots. The service is also designed to act as a development tool, allowing engineers to write, test and refine code prior to applying that code to a production robot.
Here's what to keep in mind when planning your organization's backup and DR capabilities.
Security specialist Fortinet announced a new solution to extend protection to branch networks and devices on the network access edge for enterprises with software-defined wide-area network implementations.
Released with the Windows 10 Insider Preview, the new architecture looks to deliver a faster file system performance, among other new and improved features.
Now that it's been released with the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build, find out how to install, enable and use WSL 2.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The new machine learning service is designed to identify usable data without the need for custom coding.