Cisco is significantly spreading its ACI technology to help customers grow and control hybrid, multi-cloud and SD-WAN environments.
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IBM has rolled out a new generation of mainframes – the z15 – that promises to integrate hybrid cloud, data privacy and security controls.
Looking to support ever-increasing workloads, Cisco has pumped up the speed and intelligence of its storage area networking family.
HPE plans to incorporate segmentation, AI and automation into its wired and wireless gear in order to deal with increased network challenges.
Keerti Melkote talks about networking challenges at the edge, network-based security, micro data centres and new market strategies.
VMware plans to spend about US$2.7 billion on cloud-application developer Pivotal, and about $2.1 billion for security vendor Carbon Black.
VMware customers can now migrate non-vSphere as well as increased amounts of on-premises application workloads to a variety of cloud services.
Cisco SD-WAN customer National Instruments touts benefits of the technology: Speed, efficiency, security, cost savings.
IBM is starting a potentially huge run at hybrid cloud by tying more than 100 of its products to the Red Hat OpenShift platform.
Google is enlisting VMware and CloudSimple to serve up vSphere, NSX and vSAN software on Google Cloud to transition enterprise workloads.
The Domain Name System remains under constant attack, and there seems to be no end in sight as threats grow increasingly sophisticated.
Looking to bulk-up its optical systems portfolio, Cisco intends to buy Acacia Communications for approximately US$2.6 billion.
Cisco issued three “critical” security warnings for its DNA Center users - two having a Common Vulnerability Scoring System rating of 9.8 out of 10.
Oracle wants its DNS customers to migrate from its Dyn service to Oracle Cloud services, but some of those customers are very unhappy.
Cisco and IBM are melding data centre and cloud technologies to help customers build and support on-premises and hybrid cloud applications.
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