SD-WAN Drives Interoperability

by Steve Woo This fall ONUG participants are focusing on interoperability.  For enterprises and service providers alike interoperability means avoiding vendor lock in, but even more importantly it means achieving the ability to piece together the best solutions for their needs.  Interoperability may be considered a key promise of applying SDN principles to the WAN.  […]

SD-WAN Interoperability

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.

Supercharge Your SDN Infrastructure with Advanced Application Delivery

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’, […]

The Future of Network Analytics

  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.

What is Cybercrime Costing Businesses? Might Virtualization, Containers and Other Security Initiatives Reduce Cybercrime by 2020?

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). […]