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Oracle, VMware in Hybrid Cloud Partnership

In a move targeting enterprise hybrid cloud customers, Oracle and VMware are teaming up to enable organizations to run VMware Cloud Foundation on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

NEC, Infovista Team Up for SD-WAN/UC-SDN Solution

A new partnership in the burgeoning software-defined networking space sees NEC Corp. wedding its software-defined network-based unified communication offering with Infovista's Ipanema (software-defined wide-area network.

Illumio Boosts Container Functionality in Cybersecurity Platform

Cybersecurity specialist Illumio boosted its flagship platform with new functionality addressing containerized workloads.

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Open Networking Foundation Releases Stratum, Next-Gen SDN Platform

The ONF says Stratum is an open source, silicon-independent switch operating system for software-defined networks that runs on a variety of switching silicon and various whitebox switch platforms.

AWS Offering Highlights Software Defined Perimeter Space

After an uneven start, the software-defined networking movement has matured and evolved to include fast-growing initiatives such as software-defined wide-area-networking (SD-WAN) and the security-oriented Software Defined Perimeter.

Report: Security Concerns Spark Rise of SD-WANs in Small, Medium-Sized Businesses

Untangle Inc. published a study on IT security in small and medium-size businesses, concluding that cloud-based services and the increasing number of branch office networks are promoting the rise of software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN).

NetApp Updates Virt and Cloud Products with VMware Integrations

Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company unveiled four new products and a service in connection with the VMworld 2019 conference held late last month.

Dell EMC Unveils New SD-WAN Offerings

Dell Technologies has unveiled new offerings in the software-defined wide-area-networking space, incorporating hardware from Dell EMC and VMware-based software.

VMware Workstation Gets Hyper-V Support

VMware is adding support for Microsoft's Hyper-V to its Workstation product, allowing it to tap other Microsoft technologies that depend on the Windows hypervisor.

VMware Lays Out Plan for Integrating Carbon Black

VMware already has extensive plans for repurposing Carbon Black's technology to improve security in vSphere, Workspace ONE, NSX and other products over the next few years.

Kubernetes Takes Center Stage at VMworld

All the best new product names and code names spoken during the VMworld kickoff keynote had to do with Kubernetes.

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CenturyLink to Offer VMware Cloud on AWS

Ahead of this week's VMworld conference, telecommunications provider CenturyLink pre-emptively announced some VMware news of its own with the unveiling of an upcoming VMware-based private cloud service on the Amazon Web Services.

VMware Widens Availability of Microsoft Azure Service

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger described plans to expand the VMware-Microsoft cloud offering during his VMworld 2019 keynote on Monday.

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MEF Finalizes SD-WAN Definition Standard

Industry association MEF has completed what it claims to be the first global standard defining a software-defined wide-area network, along with its service attributes.

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Open Source flexiWAN SD-WAN Software Beta Ships

Israeli start-up flexiWAN announced a beta version of its open source, open architecture software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) software is available for download.

VMware Announces Update To VMware HCX Enterprise

VMware Inc. recently updated its enterprise application mobility platform.

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Microsoft and Cisco Collaborate To Make Containerized Apps Easier

Cisco Systems Inc. announced that it's collaborating with Microsoft "to make it easier for customers to rapidly -- and at scale -- deploy and run containerized applications across both Cisco-based on-premises environments and Microsoft Azure."

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Masergy Updates SD-WAN Portal

Software-defined networking specialist Masergy updated its portal for managing software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) and Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) applications.

PacketFabric and Pureport Enter into Partnership to Simplify Cloud Connectivity

Today multicloud networking provider Pureport and PacketFabric, a Network-as-a-Service platform provider, announced a partnership that will enable enterprises to use PacketFabric datacenters to access Pureport's Multicloud Fabric platform.

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Broadcom's NVMe-oF Storage Adapter to Provide OS Independence for Legacy Servers

Today Broadcom Inc. announced the availability of Glass Creek, its new NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) storage adapter.

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