In this e-guide, analyst Lee Doyle explains how software-defined networking (SDN) allows today's networks to keep pace with automation and DevOps demands -- leading to lower costs, faster provisioning and better scalability. Also inside, analyst John Burke shares how you can assess the benefits of SDN in your network.
This informative case study examines how a global business was able to extend their high-performance infrastructure to deliver online responses in less than ten milliseconds, regardless of location.
This exclusive case study examines how a consortium of local municipalities was able to use a WAN virtualization solution to increase IP network resiliency and predictability, allowing the convergence of data and voice networks.
This exclusive resource discusses how software-defined networking (SDN) can turn your network into an enabler of modern IT environments while eliminating manual processes, configuration inflexibility, and latency challenges associated with device-centric networking.
Experts agree that SD-WAN is the most efficient way to direct network traffic throughout your WAN and lower costs, but you have to ensure you choose the option that meets your architecture, business and performance needs. Access this expert e-guide to delve into the most critical considerations for designing your SD-WAN architecture.
The fourth edition of Microsoft’s System Management Server was released in August, 2007 with a new name, System Center Configuration Manager, making it part of the System Center brand. This paper will go through the components of each variety of this product to clear up any confusion around this valuable piece of management software.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to IT leaders about successful software development, and how they combine the best of agile and waterfall methods. Drugs giant AstraZeneca talks about how it changed its outsourcing approach to eliminate past mistakes. And we look at a new social media bank that is shaking up the sector. Read the issue now.
This exclusive paper examines a set of network appliances that leverages network bandwidth from multiple sources to enable you to take advantage of the economics of broadband and the public internet without sacrificing business-quality, reliability, or availability.