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Articles by Arthur Cole 

P4: The Language of SDN

Software-defined networking is getting its own programming language.

When DevOps Meets SDN

Software-defined networking is ideal for organizations adopting DevOps approaches.

NaaS Is Coming, But Not Taking Over

Vendors are rolling out a lot of new network as a service offerings, but fixed connectivity won't go away.

The Edge: A New Network for a New Data Environment

Edge computing will provide a better experience for end users, but supporting edge networks will require new technological advances.

Why Amazon Shied Away from Enterprise Networking

Breaking into the enterprise routing and switching market is not as easy as it sounds — even for a company as large as Amazon.

From Automation to Autonomy to… ?

Networks may one day become more adaptive and autonomous, but they should never be fully self-governing.

When Networking for the Future, Don't Neglect Your Cabling

It might not be the most exciting part of the network, but cabling is critical to supporting today's increased traffic loads.

How to Build Visibility on the SD-WAN

In order to manage SD-WAN environments, enterprises need to be able to monitor both the underlay and the overlay on their networks.  

Virtual Networking: Just the Beginning of a Broader Transformation

SDN and NFV are paving the way towards fully virtualized infrastructure and software-defined data centers.

A Cloudy New World of Networking

Network administrators will need new technology and new internal processes to build and maintain networks in the multi-cloud era.

Getting Wired Infrastructure Ready for 5G

The revolution that is taking place in wireless networking will also impact the enterprise.

Automation is Tricky, So Get Started Now

Smart enterprises are experimenting with network automation now to give themselves time to get up to speed.

Moving SD-WAN from the Lab to the Real World

The majority of enterprises are experimenting with SD-WAN, but transitioning to the new technology won't be problem-free.

Charting the Migration Path from Legacy Networks to SDN

Moving from traditional infrastructure to software-defined networking requires careful planning, monitoring and coordination.

What Machine Learning Can and Can't Do for Enterprise Networks

Machine learning offers great potential to simplify network management and security, but it won't be able to solve every networking problem.

Confronting the IT/IoT Integration Challenge

Enterprises need to get started on building networks that can support IoT needs.

Yes to Disaggregation, But Don’t Call it 'White Box'

Even the biggest vendors of proprietary, integrated networking solutions are now offering software-defined products.

AI Delving Deep into Data Center Networks

Intelligent systems are bringing new insights to traffic management.

Hyperscale Networking Requires More than Just Bandwidth

Large cloud providers are driving a push towards new routing and networking management technology.

Charting the Course to 100G and Beyond

Vendors are introducing new products designed to ease the transition to higher-bandwidth networks.

When the Automation Rubber Meets the Network Road

Enterprises will need to approach network automation carefully if they want to experience the full benefits of the technology.

Using Analytics to Turn Intent into Action

Without deep analysis of the way things are, the intent-based network cannot become what you want it to be.

Storage Networking — Boring No More

In order to support next-generation applications, storage systems need faster and more technologically advanced connectivity.  

The Nascent State of Hybrid Cloud Networking

Hybrid cloud environments present a variety of challenges that are going to require new technology to solve.

Want Better Networking? Get Rid of Your Silos

Improving network technology can only do so much; if enterprises truly want to improve data flow, they need to eliminate data silos.

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