Two new Arista software packages address connectivity issues between public and private clouds, create instances of its Cloud EOS in a Kubernetes container.
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Cisco is bringing some of the bells and whistles of it Catalyst environment to Meraki customers with hardware and software to help customers better support and secure distributed network resources.
VMware is moving Carbon Black technology across its product lines with an eye toward helping users protect their distributed enterprises.
There is a fundamental, but perhaps a logical evolution in the way networks are being built to handle hybrid cloud applications.
Forecasting long-range IT technology trends is a little herding cats – things can get a little crazy.
Gartner: Hyperautomation, AI-based security, distributed cloud computing and intelligent edge systems will be all the rage
This Cisco IOS XE REST API vulnerability could lead to attackers obtaining the token-id of an authenticated user.
RDS on VMware is available for customers running VMware vSphere 6.5 or later and supports Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL and MySQL.
While 5G deployments are nascent, Cisco expects rapid future development of the mobile technology will be the expansion of industrial IoT use cases.
VMware has wrapped up its $2.1 billion buy of cloud-native endpoint security vendor Carbon Black to provide more comprehensive integrated security.
IBM continued its Red Hat and open source software integration work this week by adding Red Hat OpenShift support to its blockchain platform.
IBM has rolled out a new generation of mainframes – the z15 – that promises to integrate hybrid cloud, data privacy and security controls.
HPE plans to incorporate segmentation, AI and automation into its wired and wireless gear in order to deal with increased network challenges.
Keerti Melkote talks about networking challenges at the edge, network-based security, micro data centres and new market strategies.
VMware has added new features to its core networking software that will let customers more securely control cloud application traffic running on virtual machines (VMs), containers, or bare metal.