Network monitoring News
September 22, 2017
Bloggers look into Veriflow's new intent-based network capabilities, BGP convergence without timer changes and the success of security spending.
September 07, 2017
Bloggers examine AppDefense -- a new VMware network security offering -- and look into synchronizing BGP and OSPF, as well as the capabilities of new Savvius analytics.
August 11, 2017
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is partnering with SDN vendor Big Switch. The HPE partnership is expected to take advantage of Big Switch's limited success in the enterprise market.
July 26, 2017
Savvius Spotlight, a new network traffic monitoring tool, launches; ManageEngine boosts its endpoint monitoring; and Cisco forecasts 'destruction-of-service' attacks.
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Full software-defined networking is elusive in the local area network, but SDN components can help create a LAN that is more flexible and programmable. Users are beginning to explore what SDN elements like centralized management of policies and roles and automated configuration can do to improve documentation, application integration, network monitoring and security.
In this month's cover story, we consider how "SDN-lite" components can change the LAN.
In addition to software driving LAN improvements, software is also furthering advancements in the cloud. In another feature, enterprise experts describe how they are moving toward 100% unified communications in the cloud by retooling IT's focus and building enterprise users' confidence in the technology.
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Network security teams can find themselves overwhelmed with protecting an enterprise network. Expert Matthew Pascucci explains how network management systems can help with that. Continue Reading
Early versions of Nagios Core, the open source network monitoring tool, had privilege escalation vulnerabilities. Expert Judith Myerson explains the flaw and what to do about it. Continue Reading
Preinstalled malware was reportedly found by Apple in its custom servers. Expert Nick Lewis explains how enterprises can protect themselves from encountering similar issues. Continue Reading