Arista Extends Open Cloud Networking Software Leadership
Continued Partnership with Microsoft for Open Networking with SONiC SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 5, 2020 -- Arista Networks (NYSE:ANET) today strengthened its commitment to open network software with the introduction of Arista switches Powered by SONiC
Traditional networking has transformed over the past decade, and the changes haven't stopped with cloud networking. Cloud network designs can simplify network operations, yet these models also create challenges for organizations. Dive into these best practices for how to design a cloud network.
Open Source, On-Prem or Private Cloud Messaging
October 22, 2019 Few things have more potential for causing stress within software teams than a defective build cycle. Each of us remembers the first time in our careers when our code broke the build. For many of us, there’s still a sigh of relief at each step in the process when nothing blows up In a perfect world, where we’d all write flawless code with 100% test coverage, builds would be stressless, boring affairs. But even in the actual world, with technical…
How to Extend Perimeter Security to Your Cloud Environment
Our last post talked about the benefits of cloud computing for restaurant operations. The cloud affords restaurants the ability to rapidly roll out applications and services, readily scale the IT environment up or down, and share information across their operations. All of this can be accomplished with minimal capital expenses and limited in-house IT expertise. Of course, cloud computing does have its downsides, making it imperative that organizations develop a sound strategy that...
How and why to extend your network with power-line networking
For small and home offices, power-line networking may be just what you need. It's easy and has far less latency than Wi-Fi typically does.
SDN 101: Software-defined networking explained in 10 easy steps
Today's networks are complex, functionally limited, and resistant to change; SDN changes all that
Top tips for confidently migrating applications to software-defined networks
Software-defined networking (SDN) is one of the hottest trends in security and networking. Many enterprises are considering moving to virtualised networks such as VMware NSX as part of an overall shift from relatively inflexible hardware-based architectures to nimbler, faster, more scalable virtualised deployments. For most companies, the question is increasingly becoming how and when, rather than if they adopt a more
How network simulation software increases productivity for the mining industry
One bad judgment call can mean millions of dollars.
Software-defined branch networks: Why and how to do them
Software-defined networking works well for branch networks. But do you know how to reap all the potential benefits of the software-defined branch?
How 4G LTE, Cloud & SD-WAN are Changing Mobile Networks
Key requirements of mobile networks in vehicles include secure, reliable 4G LTE connectivity and the ability to remotely monitor and manage the fleet.
How IBM’s LinuxONE Has Evolved For the New Open Source Cloud
One year ago at LinuxCon 2015 in Seattle, IBM announced IBM LinuxONE, its enterprise-grade system specifically designed for Linux and open source workloads. Today in their keynote at LinuxCon 2016 in Toronto, IBM executives Jim Wasko and Donna Dillenberger will give us an update on how the technology has evolved since then and how IBM is involved now in the open source community.
Why Small Businesses Should Use Cloud-Based Invoicing Software
Cloud-based invoicing software will cut costs and help you start growing your business. Here's why online invoicing makes sense for small business owners.
Why You Should Rethink Cloud-Based Practice Management Software
You’ve likely heard about cloud-based dental practice management software, and its claim to eliminate the need for onsite servers and firewalls. The cloud allows for convenient access to shared data, so naturally, using a cloud-based practice management software seems convenient. However, there are a number of reasons why it may be better for your office …
How open source software took over the world
Mike Volpi Contributor Share on Twitter Mike Volpi is a general partner at Index Ventures. Before co-founding the firm's San Francisco office with Danny Rimer, Volpi served as the chief strategy officer at Cisco Systems. It was just 5 years ago that there was an ample dose of skepticism from invest…
Thinking Outside the OEM: Tips for Extending the Life of Your Network
Curvature - Check out our list of helpful tips on how you can extend the life of your network while save some serious cash. Read it here.
3 Ways Cloud Construction Software Can Transform Your Business
Business transformation is possible when you implement cloud construction software. Learn key benefits of construction accounting software.
Why Open Platforms are the Future
See why BTI executives and market investors believe open platforms are the heart of next generation network architectures.
A match made in heaven: why analytics and Software Defined Networking (SDN) are perfect partners
Information Age takes a look at the symbiosis of SDN and big data and the future of this innovative new area in enterprise
From Software-Defined Data Center to Cloud Services, How Enterprise IT Has Transformed to a...
The complete guide to Twitch streaming from your PC with Open Broadcaster Software
Everything you need to know about setting up a Twitch stream from your computer.
How You Can Spot Fake (and True) Cloud Construction Accounting Software [Whitepaper]
Before you choose cloud construction accounting software, download Acumatica’s new whitepaper on spotting fake vs. true cloud options.