In the face of public cloud services and the Amazons and Azures of the world wanting to own as much of your enterprise IT budget as possible, how does traditionally on premises technology remain relevant?
Imagine describing at a high level without too many details what you needed the network to be, and then the network being created to meet that need. That’s my definition of orchestration.
On February 21, 2017, cPacket announced the Cx4100, which offers 4 ports of 100Gbps line rate monitoring and analysis.
Avaya has announced their Surge IoT security product. What sort of security product is it? In a nutshell, Surge IoT is microsegmentation for your physical IoT devices.
Most enterprise networks seem to be stuck in the past. Why is this? It’s not the tech.