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What SDN is and where it’s going

Hardware reigned supreme in the networking world until the emergence of software-defined networking (SDN), a category of technologies that separate the network control plane from the forwarding plane to enable more automated provisioning and policy-based management of network resources. SDN’s origins can be traced to a research collaboration between Stanford University and the University of…

Cisco taps into AWS for data center, cloud applications

Cisco has released a cloud-service program on its flagship software-defined networking (SDN) software that will let customers manage and secure applications running in the data center or in Amazon Web Service cloud environments. The service, Cisco Cloud ACI (application centric infrastructure) for AWS lets users configure inter-site connectivity, define policies and monitor the health of…

Juniper opens SD-WAN service for the cloud

Juniper has taken the wraps off a cloud-based SD-WAN service it says will ease the management and bolster the security of wired and wireless-connected branch office networks. The Contrail SD-WAN cloud offering expands on the company’s existing on-premise (SRX-based) and virtual (NFX-based) SD-WAN offerings to include greater expansion possibilities – up to 10,000 spoke-attached sites…

Intel's Agilex FPGA family targets data-intensive workloads

After teasing out details about the technology for a year and half under the code name Falcon Mesa, Intel has unveiled the Agilex family of FPGAs, aimed at data-center and network applications that are processing increasing amounts of data for AI, financial, database and IoT workloads. The Agilex family, expected to start appearing in devices…

Russia demands access to VPN providers’ servers

The Russian censorship agency Roskomnadzor has ordered 10 VPN service providers to link their servers in Russia to its network in order to stop users from reaching banned sites. If they fail to comply, their services will be blocked, according to a machine translation of the order. RELATED: Best VPN routers for small business The…

Cisco warns of two security patches that don’t work, issues 17 new ones for IOS flaws

Cisco has dropped 17 Security advisories describing 19 vulnerabilities in the software that runs most of its routers and switches, IOS and IOS/XE. The company also announced that two previously issued patches for its RV320 and RV325 Dual Gigabit WAN VPN Routers were “incomplete” and would need to be redone and reissued. [ Also see…

Cisco forms VC firm looking to weaponize fledgling technology companies

Cisco this week stepped deeper into the venture capital world by announcing Decibel, an early-stage investment firm that will focus on bringing enterprise-oriented startups to market. Veteran VC groundbreaker and former general partner at New Enterprise Associates Jon Sakoda will lead Decibel. Sakoda had been with NEA since 2006 and focused on startup investments in…

Cisco directs high priority patches for IP phone security exposures

Cisco this week advised customers using its 7800 and 8800 series IP phones they should patch a variety of high-priority vulnerabilities that could lead to denial of service and other security problems. The company issued five security advisories, four for the 8800 and one for both the 8800 and 7800 series of IP phones. The…

Exec: How SDN, SD-WAN, security fit in VMware's strategy

It has been just 10 months since Tom Gillis became VMware‘s senior vice president and general manager of its networking and security business, and in that time he has overseen some major changes in the company’s core products. Most recent is a milestone release of the company’s NSX-T Data Center software, making it VMware’s primary…

Exec: How SDN, SD-WAN, security fit in VMware's strategy

VMware networking and security chief Tom Gillis looks at competing with Cisco and how the company will bolster NSX and more.(Insider Story)