Networking infrastructure for cloud computing News
December 07, 2017
Equinix introduced a service that uses its business exchange network to directly connect customers through a single portal. Also, VeloCloud adds VeloCloud Edge to AWS Marketplace.
October 12, 2017
Following in the footsteps of its Application Load Balancer, AWS' Network Load Balancer provides more granular routing options for latency-sensitive apps.
September 29, 2017
Cloud-based infrastructure is reshaping the networking industry -- an issue ONUG has seen within its user community and will address at its upcoming fall conference in New York City.
September 22, 2017
ExtraHop focuses on network visibility tools with new features, Aerohive launches HiveManager NG for private clouds and Extreme bakes in elements of recently acquired Avaya for campuses.
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For cloud networking, do you prefer higher performance or opt for the lowest possible cost? New Google cloud network tiers let enterprises make that call. Continue Reading
IoT devices produce large amounts of data, which can be a burden for a network. A distributed model, such as fog computing and edge IT, lessens the load. Continue Reading
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Enterprises are more focused on SD-WAN security as they increase connectivity among branches and determine how best to protect their users and devices from a growing threat landscape. Continue Reading
Cloud networking continues to adapt as enterprise demands push consistency and security to the forefront. But now, hybrid and multicloud add another layer of complexity. Continue Reading
Current networking trends like software-defined technology, cloud and virtualization are shaping the direction of the enterprise. Companies are provisioning more workloads to the cloud as they assess costs associated with replacing expensive equipment. Software-defined technology and virtualization are being used to create new tools around network performance, analytics and monitoring. Enterprises are moving in these directions; however, they are doing so in measured steps, trying to mitigate associated risks.
Current networking trends also are forcing schools to rethink their networking curriculum. Some networking programs have been reluctant to introduce topics around software-defined networking and virtual networks, but other educators have recognized the need for their students to learn a broader range of subjects as these technologies continue to be implemented.
And, finally, as the current networking trends change, so too do the roles of network engineers. Where engineers were focused solely on IT, today, they have more opportunities to explore the strategic and creative aspects of networking architecture. Building skill sets through a range of certifications aids network engineers seeking varied career paths.Continue Reading
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Cloud-based networking trends continue to push enterprises toward software-defined technologies and virtualization, while skill sets and networking education shift. Continue Reading
As more services move to the cloud and become more mobile, if the network is invisible and performs well, IT pros are doing their jobs in users' eyes. Continue Reading
Until building private cloud operations with data center SDN and a cloud manager gets simpler, most enterprises will stick with a virtualized data center and public cloud combo. Continue Reading
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A multicloud deployment takes considerable planning for an enterprise, especially when it comes to security. Expert Dave Shackleford looks at the challenges of multicloud. Continue Reading
Some enterprise network managers are beginning to move networking out to the cloud, as they sort out how to best meet their organizations' evolving infrastructure needs. Continue Reading
New networking bottlenecks emerge as businesses put more of their workloads into the public cloud. Options such as VPNs, direct connections from cloud providers and internet exchange points can help. Continue Reading