Software defined anything stories
The changing economics in enterprise IT
Whether purchasing an asset, procuring a service or migrating workloads to the cloud, it’s imperative to view data as one of your organisation’s most important assets.
Aruba adds improvements to SD-Branch retail solution
Adds identity-based attack detection, improvements to edge-to-cloud connectivity, and new gateways that include built-in cellular connectivity.
Huawei picks up accolades for software-defined camera ecosystem
"The company's software defined capabilities enable it to future-proof its camera ecosystem and greatly lower the total cost of ownership (TCO), as its single camera system is applicable to a variety of application use cases."
Opinion: There’s no such thing as SDLAN (yet)
We are increasingly seeing network vendors market things such as SD-LAN, SD-Access, SD-Campus…etc. but these don't yet exist.
HPE acquires software-defined startup Plexxi in hybrid-cloud push
HPE says the move is aimed at bolstering its software-defined compute, storage and networking capabilities.
How to stop the business performance blame game
Complex software-defined supply chains are leading to a maze of blame and hazard. Here are a few ways to avoid it.
APAC software-defined market to grow faster than anywhere else
A study from Research and Markets put forward a global forecast for the software-defined anything market to 2022.
Use open stands all-ethernet fabric networks says Extreme
James Owens, Extreme Networks managing director, Southern Asia Pacific, gives some advice on how to build data centre networks that scale, using open all-Ethernet fabric architectures.