Cloud Computing and Virtualization

The cloud and virtualization have revolutionized enterprise computing and looks set to grow in importance over time. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) liberate companies from the constraints of legacy on-premises data centers; private cloud, public cloud, and hybrid cloud architectures provide a host of options to suit individual business needs. Meanwhile, virtualization has moved beyond the server. Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) has the potential to free the data center from the limitations of physical networking equipment. Need to keep up with the latest in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, from a networking point of view? Enterprise Networking Planet will keep you informed.

Cisco Appoints New CTO, Exits Flash Storage Business

Cisco announces End of Life for Invicta flash storage, announces new CTO and Chief Digital Officer.

The Many Roads to SDN in the Data Center

SDN is looking more and more necessary to the data center, but even with OpenFlow and OpenStack, the choices are numerous.

F5 Drives 3Q15 Revenue with Security and Software Growth

As new CEO takes the reigns at F5, new BIG-IP 12.0 release is coming soon with some big changes.

Cisco Exits Scientific Atlanta Business with $600 Million Technicolor Sale

Set top box market has been a drag on Cisco's earnings and now it's on the way out.

All Aboard for App-Centric Networking

The benefits of application-centric networking are well worth the changes it demands.

CloudRouter 2.0 Hits Beta with OpenDaylight Lithium and Fedora 22

New beta release of CloudRouter leverages the Fedora 22 Linux distribution to literally become a software router in the cloud.

Juniper CEO Rami Rahim Pleased with Progress Under His Leadership [VIDEO]

Less-than-ideal circumstances aren't hindering Juniper's new direction or Rami Rahim's success in leading it.

Open Networking at Every Layer

The growth of open source networking for enterprise data environments will solve many problems but create new challenges.

SD-WAN and the Coming Network Deluge

SD-WAN provides the enterprise what it needs to handle Big Data and the Internet of Things.

Ubuntu Fan Debuts for Container Networking

Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu Linux, explains what the "Fan" is all about.

Five Characteristics of the Network of the Future

As the Third Platform Era bears down on enterprise datacenters, learn how to meet the networking demands of next-gen business technology.

Breathe New Life into Your WLAN

New technologies improve enterprise WLAN performance and prepare Wi-Fi networks for the demands of the Internet of Things future.

Virtual Router Sales Set to Double

Amid declining data center netowrking equipment revenues, the virtual router market shines bright.

Big Data Networking: Sharpen the Edge to Protect the Core

Big Data and the Internet of Things will have a transformative effect on the network edge.

Cisco Expands InterCloud, ACI Efforts

Cisco Live US conference is used as a platform to expand existing efforts

Avi Networks Transforms Application Delivery Control

Avi Networks aims to offer what an ADC should be all about: delivering applications to end users in the most secure, efficient, cost-effective fashion.

PLUMgrid Gets a New CEO

SDN vendor names Larry Lang as new CEO.

Cumulus Networks Details SDN OpenStack Cloud Innovations [VIDEO]

Cumulus Networks CTO discusses how his company is aiming to shake up the SDN space.

Cisco Acquires Piston Cloud Computing for OpenStack Smarts

In a surprise move, Cisco picks up yet another OpenStack technology vendor.

Much Ado about Hyperscale Architectures

Big Data makes hyperscale networking inevitable even for the enterprise.

Huawei Steps Onto the World Stage

SDN, NFV, and open source among the Chinese networking vendor's key tactics as it seeks to take on Cisco and other industry leaders.

Cisco Bringing Group Policy to OpenStack [VIDEO]

Dave Ward, Development CTO & Chief Architect at Cisco, discusses the networking challenges and opportunities of OpenStack.

The Chambers Legacy: Cisco and the Integrated Virtual Networking Stack

Arthur Cole examines the impact retiring Cisco CEO John Chambers has had on the networking world.

Cisco 3Q15: Service Provider Revenue Down, Enterprises Up

The whitebox threat turned out to be "garbage," Chambers says.

Telemedicine Made Possible by the Cloud and the WAN

Cloud computing is making it easier than ever for healthcare providers to advise patients over the WAN, an innovation that can benefit patients and doctors alike.

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