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NFV Equipment and Software to Top $48B by 2023, Ovum Says

Published on: 2018-09-19

Network functions virtualization (NFV) is set to take off as more cloud-based architectures are hitting the market with the promise of delivering carrier-grade service quality. According to a recent forecast by Ovum, NFV equipment, software, and services will grow from an $11 billion business in ... Offers a Better Way to Salesforce

Published on: 2018-09-19

Zeus Kerravala | September 19, 2018 | Helps sales organizations tackle 'bad data' pain points Dreamforce, Salesforce's massive annual user event, takes place next week in San Francisco, drawing tens of thousands of people to the Moscone Center to get a better understanding of the latest and ...

Neat Cisco Nexus Features You Might Have Missed

Published on: 2018-09-17

Since Cisco produces a lot of nifty new features, the title might suggest this is going to be a LONG blog. Far from it! As I write, it's Summer, and I suspect most readers have better things to do than read long blogs. Brevity for the win!

Life on the Edge

Published on: 2018-09-10

In true enterprise IT fashion, we are seeing the beginning of the Great De-centralization. Whether it's macro trends like distributed cloud, specific use cases like IoT that require an architectural rethinking, or the natural evolution of cloud moving on-prem, it appears that the future might be ...

ITU 2030: Beyond 5G

Published on: 2018-09-05

The ITU recently announced the formation of Focus Group Network 2030 (FG NET-2030) with the goal to study the requirements for networks beyond 5G. Targeting the year 2030 as the timeframe when forward-looking scenarios such as holographic type communications, volumetric video and haptic ...

How an Economist Became a Business Architect

Published on: 2018-08-31

Denise Donohue currently works as a business architect for NetCraftsmen. She spends her days advising clients how to find the right technological solutions to meet their business needs. But she didn't set out to have a career in IT. "I actually started out as an economist," Donohue explained.

VMware has edge, AI, blockchain ambitions

Published on: 2018-08-30

Fully baked products weren't the only technologies on display at the VMworld conference in Las Vegas this week; VMware previewed three in-the-works projects related to edge computing, artificial intelligence and enterprise blockchain. The first is Project Dimension, which aims to deliver the ...

Cisco Meraki amps up throughput, Wi-Fi to SD-WAN family

Published on: 2018-08-29

Getting wide-area network links up and securely running quickly with minimal IT irritation has always been Cisco Meraki's strong suite. Equipping customers tasked with securely supporting more cloud applications and mobile devices with ever more throughput and the latest connectivity options are ...

Network Architect Jobs Evolve

Published on: 2018-08-22

Network technology is evolving at breakneck speed, and a rapidly growing number of organizations are searching for network architects to help them add and upgrade services. The situation is complicated by the fact that many network architects who were on top of their game just a few years ago ...

Network Architect Jobs Evolve

Published on: 2018-08-22

Network technology is evolving at breakneck speed, and a rapidly growing number of organizations are searching for network architects to help them add and upgrade services. The situation is complicated by the fact that many network architects who were on top of their game just a few years ago ...

IDG Contributor Network: Networks for a yottabyte world

Published on: 2018-08-07

The rate at which telecom networks are growing and changing is nothing short of fantastic. It's always risky to embrace a new paradigm, but for network carriers and customers, the risks of waiting could be greater. Network function virtualization (NFV) and software defined networks (SDN) ...

Why dynamic mapping is changing network troubleshooting for the better

Published on: 2017-05-15

Effective network troubleshooting requires experience and a detailed understanding of a network’s design. And while many great network engineers possess both qualities, they still face the daunting challenge of manual data collection and analysis.The storage and backup industries have long been ...

Updated IOS-XR Programmability Learning Labs and Sandbox Expand Your Options

Published on: 2018-09-19

A few weeks back I shared this blog post New XR Programmability Learning Labs and Sandbox introducing the new IOS-XR Learning Lab and a dedicated sandbox environment for IOS-XR programmability. This IOS-XR Programmability sandbox and learning labs provide an environment where developers and ...

Datanauts 147: What’s Your Private Cloud Strategy?

Published on: 2018-09-19

Podcast: Download | Embed Everyone talks about cloud and a lot of people are rushing to the public cloud, in part because cloud providers make it so easy to spin up resources and get started. But you can build a private cloud and have the same benefits-ease of use, self-service, and ...

How Alliances Strengthen Your Cybersecurity Defenses

Published on: 2018-09-19

When we started the Cisco Security Technology Alliance (CSTA) a few years ago, we didn't envisage it growing into such a large ecosystem of technology spanning the breadth of our Cisco Security portfolio in such a short span of time. But security is most effective when it works as an integrated ...

Securing New Application Architectures in the Cloud: Understanding the Developer Mindset

Published on: 2018-09-17

Adrian Cockcroft The cloud is changing the way developers are building applications. Traditional and well-understood application design principles, where monolithic application code was optimized for and dependent on underlying infrastructure, are giving way to micro-services that are designed ...

Defining the Edge: An Essential Part of 5G Transformation

Published on: 2018-09-17

Do you remember the early days of shopping online? I'm not talking about the crippling fear that you might send your credit card number into a digital abyss and you'd end up with zero product at your doorstep. I'm talking more about the fact that everyone seemed perfectly fine with shipments ...

Weekly Show 407: Delivering Applications In Multi-Cloud Environments With Avi Networks (Sponsored)

Published on: 2018-09-14

Running applications in a multi-cloud environment presents serious networking challenges. On today's sponsored Weekly Show, we talk with Avi Networks about how its software-based ADC and load balancer can help customers working in multi-cloud environments ensure application delivery, provide ...

Is Change at Odds with Automation

Published on: 2018-09-13

This blog contains some thoughts about automation. Coding and automation have become trendy. Whenever that happens, I feel the need to understand the pros and cons. So, what are some pros and cons around coding and automation? Coding, automation, and even ITIL share the attributes of requiring ...

Complexity and Network Automation

Published on: 2018-09-10

This is the first blog in a series that will dive into the details around a modern approach to network automation. Network automation of complex configurations is much, much harder than automation of simple configurations. What makes a configuration complex and what is required in an automation ...

Neat Cisco Nexus Features You Might Have Missed

Published on: 2018-09-06

Since Cisco produces a lot of nifty new features, the title might suggest this is going to be a LONG blog. Far from it! As I write, it's Summer, and I suspect most readers have better things to do than read long blogs. Brevity for the win!

Introducing Network4dev

Published on: 2018-09-03

Intro Some of you may have heard it through the grapevine but it's time to make my plans known. I have founded a new website called Network4dev which has been setup by my friend Cristian Sirbu. What is it? Network4dev

vRealize Automation and NSX with App Isolation: Internal error

Published on: 2018-07-30

My colleague Erik Scholten (vRealize specialist) was building a demo environment for a customer this week. In this environment, he wanted to demonstrate vRealize Automation (vRA) in all its glory and have NSX coupled to it so vRA could use NSX to micro-segment rolled out blueprints using the App ...

The Long And Winding Network Road

Published on: 2018-08-31

How do you see your network? Odds are good it looks like a big collection of devices and protocols that you use to connect everything. It doesn't matter what those devices are. They're just another source of packets that you have to deal with. Sometimes those devices are more needy than others.

Junos Kafka & InfluxDB Exporters

Published on: 2018-08-23

This post acts as the introduction for two other posts, which cover Junos data collection tools for Kafka and InfluxDB. The code is open-sourced and licensed under MIT. Both applications are ready for release and I've spent considerable spare time building and testing both pieces of software.

Improving Network Management Tools

Published on: 2018-08-23

Here we are, it's Summer, it must be time for another rant (ahem, "carefully reasoned polemic") about Network Management (NM). What should NM tools do for us? How might they help? Let's explore that a little... Have you ever had to sit through a boring network management product training?

The Modern Tower of Babel in Network Coding and Automation

Published on: 2018-08-16

This blog describes some of the snags in modern coding / automation, and what might be done about them. Automation is great. I happen to love coding and have been working with various API’s, getting some small but real problems solved. One of the factors I’m acutely aware of is right-sizing what ...

Automation Learning Charter

Published on: 2018-08-15

The world changes. The hit novel " Who moved my cheese? " written twenty years ago, has sold over 25 million copies to help with people experiencing change. For those who work with networking technology, we're experiencing seismic activity in the world of change and new continents are forming ...

Automating My World

Published on: 2018-07-23

I've told this story 984828934 time in the past year, but bear with me. We got a new director-type last year, and he has challenged all of us to do things differently. As in everything. Anything that we're doing today should be done differently by next year.

Most Important Skills in Networking

Published on: 2018-04-08

It's easy to get blinded these days by all the talk about cloud, SDN and automation leading both new and existing people in networking to make decisions in their career which may not be the best ones long term. I've

iNOG-10 & RIPE-Hackathon

Published on: 2018-07-05

In June 2018, I was lucky enough to attend the iNOG 10 session in Dublin, co-present a talk and also take part in the RIPE hackathon. This post is a share on the experience.

Automation for Success

Published on: 2018-06-26

Businesses with high growth, complex tasks and repetition, tend to rely on or require automation to fulfill business challenges. Introducing automation is not without challenges and sometimes they can be quite significant. Identifying success is one of the early crucial activities that creates a ...

Automation for Reliability

Published on: 2018-06-14

Statistics says, the more often you do something, the higher the chances of a negative event occurring when you do it. Applying this revelation, if you fly regularly, the chances increase of a delayed flight, or being involved in an incident or accident. A somewhat macabre reference perhaps. ...

An Update for my Adoring Fans

Published on: 2018-06-05

I feel like a teenage girl with a fashion blog who hasn't posted in 6 months and comes back with "I know I haven't posted in a while..." Sigh. It's been right at a year since I actually published a post, so I figured I would give everyone an update.

Automated Testing & Intent Verification for Network Operations

Published on: 2017-10-23

The most important part of writing quality software is testing. Writing unit tests provide assurance the changes you’re making aren’t going to break anything in your software application. Sounds pretty great, right? Why is it that in networking operations we’re still mainly using ping, ...

Intent-Based Network Automation with Ansible

Published on: 2017-09-06

The latest in all the networking buzz these days is Intent-Based Networking (IBN). There are varying definitions of what IBN is and is not. Does IBN mean you need to deploy networking solely from business policy, does IBN mean you must be streaming telemetry from every network device in ...

Self Driving Cars and Network Automation

Published on: 2017-04-22

Last year at Interop, there was a great mini-conference dedicated to the DevOps for Networking community. In that session, I kicked off the day with a general view of where the industry was with respect to the intersection of DevOps and networking with a focus on network automation. One of the ...

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