A new release of the Pluribus Networks operating system features BGP fabrics and virtual router redundancy protocol for data center scale out and Hadoop, CLI and vManage GUI support, REST APIs, VXLAN tunneling for VM connectivity across backbones, an… - 04/17/2015
We are truly becoming a hyper-connected world with more mobile devices in the world than people, according to a recent study from GSMA. With a slew of different digital channels and devices available, people want to be engaged and have access online … - 04/17/2015
Scalability was a key them in the SDN Zone this week. AT&T expanded its SDN-based Network on Demand services to new markets, and the new release of an operating system called Blackbird focuses on scalability, as does a posting from one of our guest c… - 04/11/2015
In the last 12 to 18 months, Software Defined Networks (SDN) has been much touted as a data center savior for companies in the Middle East that rely on outdated legacy networking infrastructure - one that can transform the network, unlock critical in… - 04/08/2015
With operators looking to get an accurate view of the performance and scale-out capabilities of their platform, the challenge of delivering the right metrics has been addressed with the new release of the Open Network Operating System (ONOS) Blackbir… - 04/07/2015
Software-defined network is considered by many to be one of the most important, and potentially disruptive, developments in networking since the rise of the Internet. To date, networks and connectivity have come first, and applications have followed. SDN turns this model on its head, approaching networking from an apps-first standpoint.
In this SDN pre conference at ITEXPO Miami, we will define SDN, look at the technologies and components involved in SDN, the use cases of SDN, the players involved in moving SDN forward, and what this all means for networking as we know it.