Seen by some as competing for supremacy in the software-defined networking controller space, the ONOS Project and the OpenDaylight Project just released respective platforms within one day of another
Microsoft has made a host of improvements to its core virtualization stack in the latest version of its flagship server.
As happens so often, the rhetoric does not match the reality.
It's never too soon for some snap judgements.
EUC, SDN, Cloud-Native Apps Take Center Stage
Attendance figures and keynote reactions, among other observations.
Italian researchers published a paper highlighting a security vulnerability in software-defined networking that isn't intrinsic to legacy networks.
Two new studies document the software-defined transformation.
It didn't take long for Verizon to follow AT&T into the virtualized network services market, launching its own offering just days after the fellow telecommunications giant introduced a similar service.
Open source groups focusing on software-defined networking and network functions virtualization have formed a new project, attracting new partners such as Google, Radisys and Samsung.
A look back at some of the more memorable events that took place at VMworld over the years.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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