Networking infrastructures and operations continue to evolve to keep pace with changes in data centers, remote/branch offices, and endpoint devices.

Data growth, virtualization, cloud  consolidation, and next-gen web applications are driving the need for enhanced networking infrastructure performance, elasticity, and scalability.

Our Networking analysts and demand-side research cover every aspect of an organization’s networking strategy and technology framework, including:

  • 4G/5G private networks
  • AIOps & network automation
  • Campus networks
  • Cloud-based network management
  • Convergence of IoT, IT & OT
  • Data center networks
  • Multi-cloud networking
  • Network performance management
  • Network as a Service (NaaS)
  • Remote work
  • Telecommunication networks
  • Unified network management
  • WiFi

Research Brief

Multi-cloud Networking Increasingly Fuels Modern Applications

Rapid application development and deployment are major priorities for many organizations today, but the networking teams tasked with managing multi-cloud environments are struggling to ensure connectivity and security for these fast release cycles. Recent research by TechTarget’s Enterprise Strategy Group revealed that networking teams increasingly feel pressure to be more responsive to developer requests and […]

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Analysts Covering Networking

Jim Frey

Principal Analyst, Networking

Areas of Expertise

  • AI in Networking
  • Cloud Networking
  • Datacenter Networking
  • Network Automation
  • Network Management & Observability
  • Network-as-a-Service (NaaS)

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Aaron Tan

Regional Director, Analyst Services, APAC

Areas of Expertise

  • Application Modernization & DevOps
  • Business Applications
  • Cloud Computing
  • Cybersecurity
  • DevOps
  • IaaS/Cloud

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