• Opportunity for SDN deployments in developing IT economies

    The relatively young IT systems found in developing economies could prove the perfect stage for SDN growth, with major opportunities for forward-thinking network engineers.

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  • To what degree do you think developing IT economies will embrace SDN deployments?

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  • New NFV vendor ecosystem, usual suspects: Cisco, Juniper ALU, HP

    HP, Cisco, Juniper and ALU are forging a new NFV vendor ecosystem, each releasing portfolios that marry SDN and NFV for dynamic service provisioning.

    rivkalittle1,480 pointsBadges:
  • How will you work to undertake SDN automation?

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  • IT service management should precede SDN automation

    This week, bloggers explore the role of IT service management in SDN automation, Juniper's disaggregation of Junos software and complications of modern networks.

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  • Cisco says it’s too soon for SDN training in CCIE

    Cisco says it won't include SDN training in its career-level certifications until the technology is more widely deployed. Will that be too late?

    rivkalittle1,480 pointsBadges:
  • As the ‘brains’ of SDN, network controllers enable agility

    Following the lead of hyperscale providers like Google and Amazon, IT managers employ software-defined network controllers to meet the requirements of monolithic applications.

    keith1215 pointsBadges:
  • Data center latency test aced by Fiber Mountain switch

    Fiber Mountain says its optical switch dramatically outperforms standard SDN switches in data center latency, while ScienceLogic will support Cisco's ACI.

    AIrei1190 pointsBadges:
  • How Cisco’s almost-open SDN outruns VMware

    Cisco's Application Centric Infrastructure pushes for semi-open SDN, even more so than many industry experts expected. In doing so, Cisco ACI outdoes VMware NSX.

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  • SDN startup Versa targets WANs, branch networks

    SDN startup Versa has built a software platform that lets service providers deploy and manage WANs and branch networks.

    AntoneGonsalves1,595 pointsBadges:

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