How to architect a hybrid cloud and what Amazon, Microsoft and Google mean by hybrid
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Popular network firewalls are the primary perimeter defense for many organizations.
Edge computing is a way to streamline the flow of traffic from IoT devices and provide real-time local data analysis.
John Chambers, who served two decades as CEO of Cisco and for the last two years has been executive chairman, announced today that he will be leaving Cisco’s board of directors this year. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins will become chairman of the board.
Juniper today announced intentions to acquire Cyphort, a Santa Clara-based startup that offers an advanced threat detection, analytics and mitigation platform. Juniper says it will integrate Cyphort’s technology with its Sky Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) product line.
Network industry stalwarts and startups alike are jumping on the intent-based networking buzzword bandwagon.
Google has developed an algorithm that speeds up TCP/IP, the internet’s primary data transmission protocol, by up to 14%.
Today Cisco announced it is developing a way to integrate its software defined networking product named Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) with public clouds from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
If you need to know what’s happening in your network, these are the tools to use
The SDN market has emerged from early adopter to early mainstream, and in doing so its use cases have expanded.
Microsoft’s release of Azure Stack, an on-premises version of its public cloud, could be important for networking and data center pros for one simple reason: It gives customers a way to use a popular and familiar cloud platform without shipping their sensitive data into a multi-tenant environment.
SDN, NFV & VNF are important trends in the networking industry, but they're also among the confusing alphabet soup of terms that have emerged in recent years. So what's the difference between them?
At Cisco Live, executives and customers are talking up the abilities and benefits of a programmable network and what it means for end users.
Cisco this week jumped head-first into the intent-based networking market, saying the technology that uses machine learning and advanced automation to control networks could be a “paradigm” shift in how networks are managed. But what exactly is intent-based networking?
Cisco has announced hardware and software capabilities that use machine learning to provide advanced network automation The system allows users to express policies and includes a software platform that executes the policies and maintains the desired state of the network.