ScaleOut says its software can do more with its "in-memory data grids."
The first major update of the OS focuses on enterprise enhancements.
The Telecommunications Industry Association said it will create a vendor-neutral lab to test network functions virtualization interoperability.
The new technology that's sure to revolutionize the industry.
The two infrastructure titans announce a joint Azure partnership.
Following the software-defined networking tenet of disaggregating hardware from software, Juniper Networks has done the same with its own offerings while also expanding its network functions virtualization portfolio in yet another nod to the disruptive new-age networking movement.
Midokura's software-defined networking virtualization technology now supports the latest OpenStack release, Liberty, and the Kuryr project for container networking.
It can even help you survive the coming z-pocalypse.
If you haven't yet looked into the technology, it's time.
Microsoft also announces Big Data analytics upgrades.
The standalone product will be available in the first half of 2016.
The high-performance interfaces are making their way into the virtual world.
Cohesity claims to have a solution with its data platform.
Creating custom stacks from the command line for use in vMotion and Provisioning.
Its first-quarter report for FY 2016 is much stronger than predicted.
Deciphering a CloudPhysics survey on application disruption.
As if to point the way for enterprises moving to an emerging and evolving -- and sometimes confusing -- new world of networking virtualization, global communications company CenturyLink issued an update outlining its progress in moving toward the network of tomorrow.
The virtual appliance improves on View Security Server.
Also announced: a merging of Virtustream, vCloud Air technologies.
What's old is new again. Marty McFly would get it.