Oracle's SDN efforts move into the hardware realm with new switches.
Data Center Section
Reassessing the Network Edge in the Age of SDN
The network edge is set for an evolution as SDN and the cloud reshape the concept of the enterprise data center. Read »
- The Future of White Box Networking in the Enterprise
Don't feel compelled to choose between white box and proprietary networking hardware just yet. Art Cole explains why. Read »
- Running SDN Over the WAN
SDN will be of limited benefit unless it can be extended into the WAN. Some vendors are working to make SD-WAN a reality. Read »
New platform is targeted at carrier-class NFV deployments.
OpenDaylight support is a key component of Avaya's SDN Fx architecture.
Managing large networks is complex, and achieving the visibility needed to diagnose problems can be a challenge in itself.
Get some practice with bare metal hypervisors using our tips for the free edition of VMware's vSphere Hypervisor.
Brocade announces new hardware, VMware integration, Puppet support and Python.
Brocade continues to grow its networking portfolio the way it always has - by acquisition. The latest buy is Riverbed's SteelApp virtual ADC.
OpenDaylight-based Vyatta SDN controller gets free one year license from Brocade.
What networking trends will shape 2015? From Layer 1 switching to Puppet and Chef, OpenStack to public cloud, Teren Bryson makes some predictions.
Big Switch co-founder Kyle Forster discusses how the SDN world has changed since his company first helped to pioneer the space.
Saar Gillai, GM of NFV at HP, details his organization's efforts.
Lew Tucker, CTO of Cloud Computing at Cisco, details the road ahead for OpenStack and networking in the cloud.
SSD cloud VPS hosting provider opens its first San Francisco data center with a promise to give back to the Bay Area homeless population.
PLUMgrid CEO talks about the evolution of the OpenStack Networking Suite and how containers will deliver version 2.0.
In the modern world, hardware is not longer the be all, end all for networking vendors. Alcatel-Lucent embraces NFV with VSR.