One of the biggest trends leading to renewed interest and focus on the data center is – surprise, surprise – the cloud.
Aberdeen Group research has shown that successful organizations can build network infrastructures that are reliable, responsive, and high-performing.
In this new Stat of the Week, we take a look at the common barriers to effective app testing, specifically from a networking standpoint.
Hyperconverged infrastructure is a data center architecture that embraces cloud principles and economics. But with so many different definitions of the term, it is difficult to determine what true hyperconvergence is.
From SDN, to cloud computing, to mobile first infrastructures to big data to the IoT, new trends and technologies are completely altering what a network is, and how it is deployed and managed.
There’s one major event that network admins may be forgetting to add to their list of danger points, namely the Super Bowl, and those that forget may find their networks facing a full on blitz.
Technology from cloud service providers and connectivity-rich data centers continues to evolve to make the cloud migration a seamless process – now it’s up to enterprises to understand the opportunities and challenges ahead.
While there is a lot of talk about how much data usage is going to increase in the coming years with the expansion of 4G networks, this is questionable, strictly based on access to Wi-Fi, which is greatly increasing as well.
Software defined networking (SDN) may be the newest tech buzz word, but it’s much more than just hype: the SDN market is expected to grow from $360 million in 2013 to $3.7 billion in 2016.
Connecting every point of digital presence, no matter what the functionality is a great idea, but how do you connect everything?