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January 26, 2014  1:00 PM

Five Trends to Track in 2014

Posted by: Brian Gracely
Cisco, Cloud Computing, Converged Infrastructure, Enterprise, Hybrid Cloud, IaaS, Microsoft, Multi-Cloud, OpenStack, PaaS, Private Cloud, Public Cloud, SaaS, SDN, Software-Defined, Software-Defined Networking, Start-up, Virtualization, VMware

Will an OpenStack Leader Emerge? We've all watched the evolution of OpenStack for

January 5, 2014  12:51 PM

Does VMware need a vOpenStack offering?

Posted by: Brian Gracely
Cloud Computing, Cloud Foundry, Cloud Management, Data Center, Enterprise, IaaS, Mission-Critical Applications, OpenStack, PaaS, Pivotal, Private Cloud, SDN, Software-Defined Data Center, Virtualization, VMware

Three or four years ago, I had a unique opportunity to spend two weeks touring manufacturing facilities across China as part of a program to study complex systems, international business and patent law (or lack of it). We spent time with many well-known companies looking at their operations...

December 8, 2013  6:11 PM

The Ebbs and Flows of SDN

Posted by: Brian Gracely
AWS, Cisco, Cloud Computing, Data Center, Enterprise, Lock-In, Multi-Tenancy, Open Source, OpenDaylight, OpenFlow, Overlay Network, Private Cloud, SDN, Software-Defined, Software-Defined Data Center, Software-Defined Networking, VLAN, VMware

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September 30, 2013  10:30 PM

Confused about SDN? You should be…

Posted by: Brian Gracely
Cisco, Cloud Computing, CloudStack, Converged Infrastructure, Lock-In, Open Source, OpenDaylight, OpenFlow, OpenStack, Overlay Network, Private Cloud, SDN, Software-Defined Networking, Virtualization, VMware

It's been a long time since Networking was generating this much buzz in the IT industry. You have go back to the late 1990s, when Gigabit Ethernet companies combined hardware-based...

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