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.
Aruba sets its sights on the Catalyst 6500 with its new core switch, the Aruba 8400.
Yet another company enters the data center Ethernet market.
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Uila is all about root cause analysis of performance issues in complex infrastructure stacks. They’ve added user experience tracking to the platform.
Cumulus Networks is launching NetQ, a network telemetry application to provide system-wide visibility into network state, validate configuration changes, and help troubleshoot problems.
Extreme Networks will move forward with its $100 million acquisition of Avaya’s networking business after receiving approval from a U.S. bankruptcy court.
Tempered Networks takes a unique approach to network security and policy enforcement with an identity-based fabric to control device connectivity.
Pluribus Networks gets back on my radar with an announcement about its Adaptive Cloud Fabric, a network virtualization approach for the data center that uses a distributed, controllerless architecture.
Savvius is launching a new model of its Insight packet capture devices. These tabletop appliances are designed for branch and small office locations and can capture packets at up to 1Gbps.
The Linux Foundation has taken yet another open source networking project under its wing. The latest addition is called the Streaming Network Analytics System, or SNAS, which is software for building a collector to capture BGP telemetry.
Corsa Technology has announced GigaFilter, a new feature for its DDoS mitigation appliance that lets network operators filter connections that come from blacklisted IPv4 source addresses.
Zentera’s Cloud Over IP uses SSL to connect workloads securely, no matter where they are hosted. A central controller and agent combo delivers policy.
Brief Ethan Banks, co-founder of Packet Pushers and co-host of the Datanauts podcast, at the OpenStack Summit Boston 2017.
Avaya has announced two new products, Pivot and Arc, that enable virtualized networking functions (VNFs) for campus and edge computing environments.
SUSE has launched a public beta of a Container as a Service platform that includes a container OS (MicroOS), configuration tools, and Kubernetes. The platform is intended to make it easier to develop and run container applications at scale.