Editor's Desk

Jude Chao

Executive Editor of Enteprise Networking Planet

Jude Chao is Executive Editor of Enterprise Networking Planet (ENP). Prior to joining ENP, she covered social marketing, educational technology, and enterprise networking news for UBM TechWeb B2B properties. She also contributes two regular columns to Avaya Innovations Magazine. In her spare time, Jude is working on a two-year-old and raising a novel.

Articles by Jude Chao 

SUNY Geneseo College Talks Affordable NetFlow Analysis

Higher education is a hotbed of BYOD activity, making detailed traffic monitoring critical. Enterprises should take note.

Beef Up Security with Automation

The challenges of BYOD, mobility, cloud, and virtualization are making automation necessary for security.

OFC 2014: Ethernet Alliance Demonstrates Interoperability

At the Optical Fiber Communication conference, the Ethernet Alliance demonstrated the interoperability of the ecosystem.

OFC 2014: SDN in the Optical Space

Some in the optical world set their sights on software defined networking.

ONS 2014 in Review

All looks rosy inside the SDN bubble as leaders and upstarts in the networking industry come together to push software defined networking and what it can do.

ONS 2014: 6 SDN Solutions to Watch

Vendors gathered on the Open Networking Summit expo floor to showcase software defined networking solutions. Here are six that caught our eye.

ONS 2014: Microsoft Walks the SDDC Walk

Microsoft data center networking and platform expert talks vendor missteps in the software defined era and points the way toward innovation and success.

ONS 2014: ADARA Provides SDN for SMBs

Networking vendor pushes "profit-based policy generation" and server-on-a-switch SDN and NFV platform.

ONS 2014: Network Virtualization for Performance Optimization

VMware's Martin Casado defines network virtualization and discusses more use cases.

ONS 2014 Keynote: Openness is Everything

Dan Pitt of the Open Networking Foundation makes an announcement, and ONS 2014 keynote speakers make the case for open source SDN.

ONS 2014: What's New with OpenDaylight?

A month after the release of OpenDaylight Hydrogen, the OpenDaylight open source SDN project gives some new details about Helium.

Brocade Embraces OpenFlow 1.3

Vendor announces portfolio-wide OpenFlow 1.3 support, discusses Cisco's "SDN-washing."

Emulex Promises 100% Packet Capture at Low Cost

New capabilities and configurations claim to address data capture and security concerns at every enterprise budget.

ForeScout RemoteControl to Deliver Continuous Compliance

Vendor continues push beyond traditional network access control (NAC) with continuous compliance for BYOD and remote access.

PwC: SDN to Drive Mergers and Acquisitions

PwC acquisitions and deals report identifies commoditization, convergence as deal influencers in 2014.

DigitalOcean Launches Singapore Data Center

SSD cloud hosting company delivers on its promise of an Asian data center and talks plans to increase its footprint in Europe and the Americas.

A Look at Ruckus Wireless ZoneDirector Remote Control

Wi-fi vendor offers new mobile app for remote WLAN administration. We take a look at what it does and what it doesn't do.

Connecting the Big Games

The San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos talk stadium connectivity for the increasingly wired future.

Citrix Spins Up Multi-Tenant Security with Palo Alto Networks

Integration with Palo Alto Networks next-gen virtual firewall technology brings increased per-application security to Citrix NetScaler ADC.

OpenContrail: Where Does It Stand?

Juniper Networks claims promising developments with its open source OpenContrail SDN controller.

Ethernet Alliance Formalizes Power over Ethernet Efforts

Ethernet Alliance chairman John D'Ambrosia talks about the Ethernet Alliance's new PoE subcommittee and how Ethernet is connecting the future.

Security Vendors Growing in Response to Today's Threats

2014 is starting off strong for security firms Orange Cyberdefense, Alert Logic, and HyTrust.

Leading Healthcare Organization Wades Deeper into SDN Waters

$10B global health enterprise UPMC to deploy Nuage Networks software defined networking platform in its backup network.

Case Study: Le Pain Quotidien Chooses Ruckus Wireless Over Cisco

Le Pain Quotidien needed a better Wi-Fi solution. Here's why the company turned to Ruckus Wireless for their wireless network.

Martin Casado on VMware's 2014 Roadmap, the Competition, and SDN

"I don't know how you could call some proprietary hardware box SDN, even though some people do."

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