Latest software defined networking publications
At VMware world in San Francisco, VMware announced a range of updates to its NSX networking software that look to improve the security and management of cloud application traffic running on virtual machines, containers or bare metal.
VMware said the updates mean its networking software is now a “complete software-defined networking and security stack built for multi-cloud era”, as the company ramps up its data centre network-virtualisation efforts with software that enables customers to automate data centre workload deployment across edge sites, private data centres and public clouds.
Software-defined networking (SDN) specialist Big Switch has unveiled a range of software solutions aimed at simplifying hybrid cloud networking.
Cisco alerts users to critical warnings in a dump of nearly 30 advisories Cisco has released critical security alerts for its Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Center and SD-WAN software. The vulnerability found in the company’s DNA Center software ranks high in severity, with a Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) rating of 9.3 out of 10…. Read More
Without automation or application-level network and security policies, complex multicloud networks would collapse, writes Hussein Khazaal, VP of Marketing & Partnerships at Nuage Networks The multicloud world has well and truly arrived. Organisations today make use of multiple public clouds such as AWS, GCE and Microsoft Azure as well as many cloud base services (e.g. SaaS,… Read More