byDavid Gorman08-17-201603:22 PM - edited 08-26-201609:40 AM
It’s August and that means it’s time for VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas! This is THE destination to find all the sexy things you’ve been peeking at online and just never get the chance to sample in real life. And there’s also Vegas entertainment if that’s your thing instead…
Network automation can’t be addressed with “protocols” alone! The missing piece in network automation puzzle is a software framework that addresses the inefficiencies in today’s model with the following characteristics:
byJason.Nolet05-25-201605:00 AM - edited 05-25-201605:57 AM
The network is undergoing historic transformation with overlays, NFV-based services and SDN control. To leverage the full value of these technologies, a new automation strategy must be front and center with the network operations team...
byEd O'Connell04-23-201512:01 AM - edited 04-23-201508:13 AM
Why are public and private organizations still readily being hacked or breach? Simple. Security isn’t. Many organizations focus on securing data being stored, but not data in-flight within or across campuses or data centers. For hackers, data in-flight is great. They don’t have to go looking for the data, the data comes to them.
byMike Eversole04-18-201403:23 PM - edited 04-22-201409:02 AM
In 2010, Brocade first announced and launched the solar-power project for the company data center (as well as other major green initiatives). I am one who is quite often in awe of these technology marvels and especially regarding the story of what actually goes on behind the curtains. Now that a few years have elapsed and we are coming up on the half way point of 2014, I thought it would nice for a revisit.