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.
Articles by Jude Chao
Vendors gathered on the Open Networking Summit expo floor to showcase software defined networking solutions. Here are six that caught our eye.
Microsoft data center networking and platform expert talks vendor missteps in the software defined era and points the way toward innovation and success.
Networking vendor pushes "profit-based policy generation" and server-on-a-switch SDN and NFV platform.
VMware's Martin Casado defines network virtualization and discusses more use cases.
Dan Pitt of the Open Networking Foundation makes an announcement, and ONS 2014 keynote speakers make the case for open source SDN.
A month after the release of OpenDaylight Hydrogen, the OpenDaylight open source SDN project gives some new details about Helium.
Vendor announces portfolio-wide OpenFlow 1.3 support, discusses Cisco's "SDN-washing."
New capabilities and configurations claim to address data capture and security concerns at every enterprise budget.
Vendor continues push beyond traditional network access control (NAC) with continuous compliance for BYOD and remote access.
PwC acquisitions and deals report identifies commoditization, convergence as deal influencers in 2014.
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.
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.
The San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos talk stadium connectivity for the increasingly wired future.
Integration with Palo Alto Networks next-gen virtual firewall technology brings increased per-application security to Citrix NetScaler ADC.
Juniper Networks claims promising developments with its open source OpenContrail SDN controller.
Ethernet Alliance chairman John D'Ambrosia talks about the Ethernet Alliance's new PoE subcommittee and how Ethernet is connecting the future.
2014 is starting off strong for security firms Orange Cyberdefense, Alert Logic, and HyTrust.
$10B global health enterprise UPMC to deploy Nuage Networks software defined networking platform in its backup network.
Le Pain Quotidien needed a better Wi-Fi solution. Here's why the company turned to Ruckus Wireless for their wireless network.
"I don't know how you could call some proprietary hardware box SDN, even though some people do."
VMware chief architect for networking talks network virtualization's history, outlook, and unexpected benefits.
Will 2014 be the year your enterprise shifts its IT operations to the cloud? Keep these tips in mind as you consider your strategy.
These four security startups address the challenges and capitalize on the opportunities of cloud and virtualization.
Startup chooses Linode over Amazon Web Services for its bandwidth-heavy cloud video monitoring service.