Cisco and IBM are melding data centre and cloud technologies to help customers build and support on-premises and hybrid cloud applications.
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VMware has punched up its data centre network virtualisation capabilities by unveiling plans to buy Avi Networks for an undisclosed amount.
Cisco has revamped some of its most critical certification and career-development programs in an effort to address the software-oriented-network environment.
Cisco software announced at Cisco Live will help customers set consistent network and security policies across their domains.
Campus leaf switches and a Wi-Fi 6 access point will be available this fall to flesh out Arista’s grand plan for more efficient campus networks called Cognitive Campus.
Juniper finds that enterprise interest in SDN is influenced by other factors including artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Cisco explains how artificial intelligence and machine learning fit into a feedback loop that implements and maintain desired network conditions to optimise network performance for workloads using real-time data.
It’s no secret that if you have a cloud-based email service, fighting off the barrage of security issues has become a maddening daily routine.
IBM brings mainframe to cloud consumption model; adds Docker container extensions
ExtremeAI security app features machine learning technology that can understand typical behaviour of IoT devices.
Cisco has released a software patch for a critical vulnerability in software used to control large virtual environments.
Cisco's SD-WAN Cloud onRamp for CoLocation can tie branch offices to private data centres in regional corporate headquarters via colocation facilities for shorter, faster, possibly more secure connections.
Cisco has issued some 40 security advisories but only one of them was deemed “critical”.
The Cisco Catalyst 9100 family and Meraki MR 45/55 WiFi-6 access points are built on Cisco silicon and communicate via pre-802.1ax protocols.
Cisco introduced Catalyst 9600 switches that let customers automate, set policy, provide security and gain assurance across wired and wireless networks.