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Exploring Private Cloud Pipes

September 19, 2012
Traditional networking is static; clouds need systems that can scale. What's the answer for a private cloud: APIs? SDN? OpenFlow? VXLAN? Take a look.

VMworld Has VXLAN Winning the Network Overlay War

August 29, 2012
Several vendors, including VMware, showed VXLAN implementations with vSphere. That's a good start for a new protocol, and with VMware's backing we'll see even greater support coming up.

Application Defined Networking: The Next Wave

August 23, 2012
Application defined networking's top-down approach is the next big wave in virtualized environments. Get on board or get left behind.

Calling Xsigo Software-Defined Networking Doesn't Make It So

July 30, 2012
Oracle snapped up Xsigo today. The technology is a great fit for Oracle clusters, but it's not software-defined networking.

Oracle Acquires Xsigo, Fills Networking Technology Hole

July 30, 2012
Virtual networking startup Xsigo Systems brings Oracle expertise in building high-performance clusters and virtual networks. Meanwhile, Cisco increasingly finds itself alone in data center networking.

VMware Finally Gets a Network Strategy

July 24, 2012
After some ill-fated attempts, VMware has left private cloud networking to its partner Cisco. By purchasing Nicira, the company regains control of its virtual network strategy in a big way.

Cisco's Answer to SDN: Open Network Environment

June 13, 2012
Cisco introduces Open Network Environment, its take on software-defined networking, at Cisco Live. Learn how it's approaching SDN.

Unleashing the Power of Software-Defined Networking on Virtual Tunnels

June 08, 2012
There's a lot of buzz about SDN, but what's it supposed to do? Big Switch's virtual tunnel endpoints plan may be an opportunity for software-defined networking.

Networking Vendors Should Step Up With an SDN Strategy

June 07, 2012
Sure, big-name networking vendors are declaring support for OpenFlow? But what about software-defined networking? Who has an SDN strategy?

Why Software-Defined Networking Could Revolutionize Networking

June 01, 2012
Everyone's talking about SDN. Find out why and how software-defined networking could help organizations.

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