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Pluribus Pivots to the Distributed Cloud Edge

Pluribus Networks, firmly ensconced in the next-gen networking camp with software-centric, open networking offerings on bare-metal (or white-box) hardware, has updated those offerings with a distinct focus on the edge of distributed cloud implementations.

How To Reduce the Cost of Your Amazon EC2 Service

Forgotten resources may continue to incur costs long after they've outlived their usefulness. Here's how to keep that from happening.

Verizon, Cisco Announce 5G/SD-WAN Pact

Two more major networking players have signed an agreement to combine two promising, game-changing technologies: 5G wireless and software-defined wide-area-networking (SD-WAN).

Getting Started with VMware Virtual Print

The new printer solution included in Horizon 7.7 gives VDI administrators a third option for printing from a virtual desktop.

AT&T Partnership Combines SD-WAN with 5G

With 5G mobile networks just coming online in the U.S., forerunner AT&T is already pairing the game-changing technology with another transformative technology, software-defined wide-area-networks (SD-WAN).

VMware, Ericsson Partner for Service Provider Virtualization

VMware's vCloud NFV platform, featuring new-age network functions virtualization, is the centerpiece of a new partnership with Ericsson formed to simplify network virtualization for Communication Service Providers.

Backing Up AWS Resources, Part 2

In order for your backup plan to protect your AWS resources, you have to add those resources to the plan.

How To Set Up a $40 Printer Server for Virtual Desktops

Tom Fenton sets up an Intel Compute Stick as a cheap and easy printer server option for his Infoprint 1352 printer.

New 'Managed Databases' Service Available from DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean launches Managed Databases service for developers.

How To Use a Thin Client as a Printer Server

Don't throw away your old printer just because it's no longer supported on Windows 10 -- follow these steps to set up an easy workaround.

Backing Up AWS Resources

Amazon Web Services makes it relatively easy to create a backup plan.

Dell EMC: Open Networking's Next Evolution Is SD-WAN

Dell EMC is the latest networking vendor to point to SD-WAN as the future for the evolution of the open networking movement, which emphasizes disaggregated, modular, software-centric systems over closed, proprietary, hardware-based legacy implementations.

Kubernetes IDE Offered by Red Hat

Kubernetes, getting more popular by the minute for its container orchestration expertise, now has its own integrated development environment thanks to open source champion Red Hat.

Platform9 Intros Managed Service Because 'Kubernetes on VMware Is Painful'

Platform9 introduced a new managed Kubernetes service to run on VMware systems in order to reduce the complexity of wedding the hot container orchestration technology with the leading virtualization software.

5 Major Highlights from the Dynatrace Perform 2019 User Conference

For a deep-dive experience with application performance monitoring tools, Perform is where you want to be.

Remote Support Solution Provider AetherPal To Be Acquired by VMware

This week VMware Inc. announced its intent to acquire remote support solution provider AetherPal.

VMware Changes Its Recertification Requirements for VCPs

In a move to appease its certification community, this week VMware Inc. announced it will no longer require mandatory recertification every two years for VMware Certified Professionals, effective immediately.

A Look at Azure Confidential Computing

With ACC, Microsoft aims to address security concerns of controlling access to data that's being processed in Azure.

Survey Shows Carriers Moving to SDN in a Big Way

A new survey from IHS Markit illustrates the maturation of the game-changing software-defined networking approach, which reportedly will be adopted by all respondents and is already used by 78 percent of global service providers.

MicroK8s, Part 3: How To Deploy a Pod in Kubernetes

This third article in a three-part series on MicroK8s explains how you can deploy a Pod using nginx in K8s.