SourceFire founder Martin Roesch discusses the advantages of open source and how Cisco's OpenAppID can secure applications and networks.
Articles by Sean Michael Kerner
New management software and a new controller debut as Juniper accelerates its efforts to bring service providers into the Software Defined Networking Era.
Cisco expands virtualized network services for service providers.
Red Hat's OpenStack platform underpins Alcatel-Lucent's CloudBand solution.
With Brocade income on the rise, execs talk SDN strategy, have a few choice words about Cisco.
Outlook for growth dims at the networking giant, but there are some bright spots.
The top-end 2000WS-050 appliance has an optimized WAN capacity of 50 Mbps and can handle a total of 20,000 TCP sessions.
Rumors of Steelhead's demise were indeed exaggerated. New DX series joins Riverbed's CX and EX series.
Palo Alto Networks promises up to 120 Gbps on the PA-7050, but how does that change under real-world conditions?
Both sides are claiming victory in a summary judgement handed down this week, but a full decision isn't coming until the case goes to trial.
OpenDaylight technical committee talks about what's likely to be included in the second major release of the OpenDaylight open source SDN platform.
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, explains why OpenDaylight, like Linux, will succeed.
Open source effort yields the core elements of a new Software Defined Networking platform.