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Open SDN Partnership Produces Leaf-Spine Fabric First

A joint effort among open software-defined networking organizations has resulted in a new leaf-spine datacenter fabric leveraging commodity white-box hardware and open source technologies.

5 Momentous VMworld Moments

A look back at some of the more memorable events that took place at VMworld over the years.

The IndependenceIT Cloud Management Platform

An intriguing player in the cloud management space.

3 Common Challenges with Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery

When considering a move to the cloud for your precious data, keep these gotchas in mind.

Is HPE's All-Flash Storage a Fit for Your Datacenter?

For all-HPE shops, it's a good fit. Others will have to look more carefully.

What Pat Gelsinger Should Announce at VMworld 2016

Our experts put themselves in the CEO's shoes for the keynote address.

Acronis Launches Backup Products Targeting The Mid-Market

Cloud backup is expanded.

The Real Threat to VMware: KVM

How will the virtualization leader respond?

AT&T Launches Network Functions on Demand

Continuing its support of new transformative technologies such as software-defined networking and network functions virtualization, AT&T launched a new service, Network Functions on Demand.

Microsoft Adding IoT, Big Data Certifications

The programs are aimed at a high-level technical audience.

Report: Netcracker Leads in NFV Management and Orchestration

Current Analysis published new research on network functions virtualization -- "the most important transformation that the network industry has undertaken in its history" -- that names Netcracker Technology as the "leader" in NFV Management and Orchestration.

AT&T Hopes Open Source SDN Platform Will Become 'Industry Standard'

AT&T will open source the homegrown software platform powering its software-centric network that leverages SDN and NFV in the hope it will mature the fledgling technologies and become an industry standard.

Cloud Computing, Then and Now

Many things have changed -- and not changed -- since 2009.

Containers: Still More Hype Than Substance

Until they're boring, they won't go mainstream.

Many Businesses Still Using No-Longer-Supported Windows Server 2003

In another finding, vSphere continues to be the most-used hypervisor, followed by Hyper-V.

Glue Networks Upgrades SDN Orchestration Platform

Glue Networks upgraded its software-defined networking orchestration platform, designed for organizations wishing to automate entire, existing multi-vendor networking architectures, from the datacenter to the LAN to the WAN.

3 DevOps Tools You Should Start With

There are so many options out there; here's a quick guide to finding the right ones.

Red Hat and Containers

The company is combining containers and microservices in interesting ways.

Cloud Evolution: 5 Reasons Why 'Now' Is Good

Just starting to transition your enterprise to the cloud? Your timing might just be perfect.

Big Switch Adds Use Cases to SDN Fabric

Big Switch Networks updated its software-defined networking solutions with new use cases and support for more open networking switches, along with other enhancements to help enterprises transform their networks with next-generation technology.

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