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Riverbed Sees SD-WAN Routing Upgrade Taming Complex Networks

Riverbed announced a new SD-WAN solution that it says uses enhancements such as an improved core routing stack to tackle the growing complexity of modern networks.

Cisco Seeks Secure SD-WAN

Cisco is seeking to integrate more security into its offering for the exploding SD-WAN space with a multi-prong effort based on new hardware and software initiatives.

Cloud-Based Enterprise WAN Service Promises MPLS Performance

Teridion claims to further tip the balance in favor of the software-defined approach with its new enterprise offering that it says is the industry's first cloud-based WAN service to match the reliability and performance of legacy WAN technologies.

MEF Defines an SD-WAN Service

Networking industry association MEF is officially defining what makes up a software-defined wide-area-network, one of the most popular areas of the transformative shift from hardware-based to software-based networking.

IBM to Acquire Red Hat in $34 Billion Stock Deal

Big Blue aims to become No. 1 hybrid cloud provider.

SD-WAN Report: It's All About Security

Organizations rolling out software-defined wide-area network solutions report increased network security is the main achievement of such deployments, according to survey results just published by Barracuda Networks.

NetApp Announces a Handful of Cloud, Multi-Cloud and Hybrid Cloud Offerings

oday at NetApp Insight, which takes place this week from Oct. 22-24 in Las Vegas, NetApp announced a handful of new cloud, multi-cloud and hybrid cloud solutions for data-driven enterprises.

Versa SD-WAN Integrates with Microsoft Virtual WAN

The solution lets organizations connect their branch networks to the Azure cloud with SD-WAN and Virtual Private Network devices, enjoying automatic connectivity and configuration management.

New Software-Defined Fabric Leverages White-Box Hardware, Containers

Start-up Kaloom Inc. announced an automated, programmable networking fabric that leverages white-box hardware and containers to virtualize the datacenter.

Amdocs Teams Up for SDN, NFV Orchestration Package

Amdocs has teamed up with Fortinet and Versa Networks to offer a new multi-domain, service provider SD-WAN, software-defined networking and network functions virtualization orchestration solution.

NVIDIA Announces Enhancements to Quadro vDWS

This week at the GPU Technology Conference in Munich, Germany, NVIDIA announced new capabilities to its Quadro Virtual Data Center Workstation (Quadro vDWS).

Facebook Hack Did Not Affect Microsoft Azure AD B2C Service

Microsoft said that the Facebook hack last month that potentially exposed the access tokens of about 50 million Facebook users did not affect Microsoft's Azure Active Directory B2C service.

Firm Unveils SDN/NFV as a Service

Netcracker Technology is leveraging software-defined networking and network functions virtualization to offer a full-stack package for delivering turnkey cloud applications and virtual network services.

Palo Alto Networks To Acquire RedLock

This week Palo Alto Networks announced its plans to acquire cloud security provider RedLock Inc.

Virtual Network Functions Going Cloud Native in Containers

Remember VNFs, which seemingly only just arrived along with other disruptive, next-gen networking advances like software-defined networking to shake up the once-staid networking space? Now they're already moving on, going cloud-native in containers.

Survey Shows Service Provider Confidence in Open Source, SDN

The Linux Foundation published results of an industry survey that revealed strong confidence among communication services providers in open source networking, and software-defined networking in particular.

RedLock Cloud 360 Security Enhancements Aimed at Microsoft Azure Users

New security enhancements from RedLock for Microsoft Azure users include automated remediation, holistic threat defense, advanced user behavioral analytics and comprehensive compliance.

VMware Announces Availability of Workstation 15 and Fusion 11

Today VMware Inc. announced the availability of the newest versions of its virtual platforms VMware Workstation 15 and VMware Fusion 11.

Partnership Weds Software-Defined WAN, CORE Offerings

Established software-defined wide-area-network (SD-WAN) vendor Versa Networks is teaming up with software-defined core network (SD-CORE) startup Mode for a new take on enterprise networking.

Nuage Updates 'SD-WAN 2.0' Virtualized Network Services Platform

Nuage Networks claimed several industry "firsts" in announcing an update to its Virtualized Network Services platform, which it characterizes as an SD-WAN 2.0 offering.

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