In this E-Guide from SearchNetworking.com, explore some of the issues associated with troubled OpenFlow switches, which vendors carry them, and details about a strategy that will not cause you the issues these other switches do.
In 2015, hyper-converged architectures certainly lived up to the hype with many organizations addressing this change with new platforms. So is 2016 the year to hyper-converge your architecture? In this exclusive e-guide, storage expert George Crump outlines the benefits as well as some areas of concern surrounding hyper-converged infrastructures.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we take a look at how in a couple of years the internet will be dominated by machines and sensors, rather than people. We also look at how to protect an organisation's data assets. And how will SAP's cloud and in-memory expansion affect existing customers? Read the issue now.
While there is no single, clear definition of software-defined networking, there are two camps with two sets of beliefs. This expert e-guide digs deep into the theoretical differences between distributed control and centralized controllers. Uncover the benefits of each and why both are likely to see implementation.
Read this e-guide to find out the role of OpenFlow as a software-defined networking architecture, its benefits, limitations and how it can make Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) a reality. Discover why OpenFlow NaaS would offer enterprises more control over data center and inter-data center cloud traffic than is available today with Ethernet or IP.
SD-WAN has myriad benefits that make it a compelling option for organizations looking to improve application performance, WAN management and control.Despite its advantages, though, SD-WAN technology comes with its share of challenges. In this e-guide, learn how you can tackle SD-WAN challenges through research and preparation.