Next week we’ll converge on New York City for ONUG Fall. The ONUG team has a ton of amazing content planned: fireside chats with IT leaders, roundtables with executives, and more. But it’s the POC demonstrations that have us most excited. Continue reading
by John Gudmundson
Enterprise networking has been plagued by two significant concerns. First, such environments have an inherently large-scale, shared infrastructure, yet the network architecture is typically static in nature. When IT on-boards a new application or equipment upgrades are made or is simply scaled up, things may not go as planned. Applications can ‘break’, logjams occur, SLAs not get met and finger pointing starts. Virtualized computing and storage have only upped the ante. A second issue is the overall lack of application awareness and the difficulty of supporting advanced networking and security services. Continue reading
When it comes to network management, there is no lack of data. Screen response times, security alerts, spin times, latency statistics – we collect, store, and process data at all layers of the network. Continue reading
by Alan Weckel
I’m super excited to be participating in ONUG (Open Network User Group) in November and when I look at what is going on in the community, there is a lot of change happening over the next few months that will really highlight SDN and how important it is, especially in the data center.
By Dr. Robert B. Cohen
A major focus of the upcoming Open Networking User Group meeting in November will be security. An important panel is focused on “Open Cloud Infrastructure Security Vulnerabilities and Mitigation.” In addition, a new working group has emerged to tackle the various issues with security and Software Defined Data Centers (SDDCs). The Working Group titled Software-Defined Data Center Security Fabric has been meeting regularly leading up to the ONUG Fall Conference. This blog provides background about this issue by identifying what cybercrime costs business. Continue reading
Managing the Network becomes far more challenging with today’s networks. Given fast-enough transmission and sufficient load, traditional data collection methods are unable to cope with data volumes. The result: traffic monitoring and visibility may be flawed or inaccurate.
As a board member of ONUG, Aryo Kresnadi is spearheading an effort to provide a set of tactical and strategic requirements aimed at guiding enterprise organizations in their design and selection criteria for traffic monitoring and traffic visibility solutions. Here’s what he has to say: Continue reading
This featured interview with Pluribus Networks President & CEO, Kumar Srikantan, is a part of the ONUG CEO Corner Series. Continue reading