ExtraHop has released a new security product that uses a data capture appliance & cloud service to detect anomalies that could indicate malicious activity on the network.
Aerohive Networks is announcing 802.11ax APs ahead of the final ratification of the latest WiFi standard. 11ax aims to boost AP efficiency & serve more clients.
Endace has released a new packet capture appliance for branch offices. The EP-124 Network Analytics Platform is a 1RU appliance with four 1/10GbE links or one 40GbE link.
LiveAction acquires LivingObjects, going after the service provider market.
Barefoot Networks introduces Deep Sight, a network monitoring application for its programmable Tofino switch ASIC that captures packet-by-packet data at line rate.
SUSE is launching Cloud Application Platform, a development platform built on SUSE’s distribution of Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes.
The Open Network Automation Platform, a Linux Foundation project, has released ONAP Amsterdam, an open-source platform to enable network automation for carriers and service providers.
LiveAction’s LiveNX 7 boosts its network performance and SD-WAN monitoring software with machine learning and integration with Cisco Viptela.
Juniper Networks has announced updates to its Contrail Cloud offering, which is designed to help service providers and telcos build cloud infrastructures in their central offices and PoPs.
ThousandEyes has announced a new capability for monitoring network performance. Called Device Layer, it uses SNMP to collect data on routers, switches, and other networking gear.
Barracuda Networks has released a new DDoS protection service designed to thwart volumetric attacks against Web applications. The service requires Barracuda’s Web application firewall.
Fujitsu Network Communications is launching an SD-WAN offering for service providers based on software and appliances from Silver Peak.
Cisco’s latest version of ACI allows multi-site connectivity of geographically distributed data centers and adds support for Kubernetes.
Extreme Networks will purchase Brocade’s data center networking assets directly, rather than wait for Broadcom’s acquisition of Brocade to go forward.
Cisco is launching a new service to let customers manage UCS and HyperFlex from the cloud.
Arista Networks has announced the vEOS Router, a virtualized version of its EOS network operating system that can run in public clouds such as AWS and Azure.
The startup Veriflow has announced four new capabilities to bring intent-based network verification to enterprise data centers.
Savvius has released a new troubleshooting appliance called Spotlight, which provides analysis of network performance in real time based on traffic flows.
Contrail Security from Juniper Networks combines microsegmentation and intent networking to help secure applications running in private and public clouds.
Cumulus Networks has released Host Pack, a software package for container networking that combines Cumulus Linux and its NetQ telemetry application.
If you’re a Brocade vRouter customer, you are probably aware that the product is in its death spiral. Brocade has announced that vRouter will be end of sale and end of support shortly, if not already. Brocade vRouter 5400 has been end of support since August 20, 2017. Brocade vRouter 5600 will be end of support on…
Respond Software says its new service, which sifts IPS and firewall data to prioritize critical incidents, emulates the knowledge of a trained security analyst.
WatchGuard has launched four new firewall appliances that can decrypt HTTPS traffic for inspection and analysis.
Cato Networks has added a cloud-based IPS to its SD-WAN offering to differentiate from competitors and leverage its architecture.
Cisco’s newest generation of UCS servers includes workload optimization software from Turbonomic.