Two new products may speed up development time, but do they lead to lock-in?
A new vSphere feature lets multiple virtual machines share a PCI card.
It's marketed as a simple way to get started with Big Data projects.
Proof of concepts are popping up all over the young software-defined networking (SDN) landscape, with the latest being the first large-scale deployment of the Open Networking Operating System in a live nationwide network.
Two new products that may encroach on offerings from VMware and Microsoft.
Failing to update within the time frame could mean no future security patches.
Pluribus Networks is putting its Pluribus Open Netvisor Linux OS on the hardware giant's Open Networking switches in a software-defined networking partnership.
Is Using Virtual Volumes the equivalent of getting hit by Mike Tyson?
Its just-released Magic Quadrant for enterprise mobility management also places Citrix, MobileIron high.
Things are moving smartly forward in the world of upstart, disruptive networking technologies such as software-defined networking and network functions virtualization, as open source stewards in both camps have come out with new software releases.
It offers hyperconvergence for up to four servers.
Those systems are using energy but doing almost no work.
NEC Corp. today announced two new switches ready for software-defined networking applications in big datacenters run by telecommunications carriers and service providers.
One journalist calls it "the best of several bad options for Windows users."
Two new datacenters in Canada will bring the global total to 22.
Alcatel-Lucent has teamed up with HP to feature HP Networking technology -- including software-defined networking -- in its cloud datacenter solutions for IP and optical networks.
Bromium isolates tasks in tiny Xen hypervisors, then kills the hypervisor when the task is done.
The open source SDN Open Network Operating System used in conjunction with new-age networking technologies such as software-defined networking is out with a number of updates, including improved performance and more feature sets.
Blue Box and Piston are swallowed up by Cisco and IBM.