The rise of distributed clouds and app-to-app networking dictates the use of cloud-native network and security infrastructure
Stories by Zeus Kerravala
Secure access service edge is a well-defined model, but there are variations that achieve the same ends and give businesses flexibility to meet larger goals.
Executive involvement in enterprise AI initiatives is growing rapidly and more emphasis is being placed on high-quality training data.
Survey from AppDynamics indicates the acceleration of digital transformation during the pandemic creates new IT risks.
Survey from AppDynamics indicates the acceleration of digital transformation during the pandemic creates new IT risks
Sharing a container environment has enabled data scientists to create more complex and accurate models to improve store and delivery operations.
F5 report highlights the challenges of digital initiatives, including a struggle to secure multi-cloud environments and a lack of IT skills required to extend automation efforts.
As a foundational network defence, firewalls continue to be enhanced with new features, so many that some important ones get overlooked.
To unleash the promise of digital transformation, businesses need to embrace automation and software-defined networking as well as improve security.
Here’s the factors IT leaders need to weigh up to make a smart decision about network automation tools.
As bandwidth demands continue to increase, passive optical networks looks like an alternative that can solve a number of problems.
Not all public cloud service providers are the same when it comes to network performance.
Last week, Facebook announced a new product that's supposed to have the networking industry trembling. There were many news stories about Facebook's new homegrown SDN switch, known by the codename "Wedge" that's supposed to be the next big threat to Cisco and the traditional networking vendors. The operating system on the product runs Facebook's proprietary version of Linux called FBOSS.
These acquisitions helped Cisco jump on market trends early on, and take hold of them as they grow into money-makers.
Some companies actually thrived while Cisco knocked off most of its competitors.