Category: SDN/NFV

Edge computing and virtualization – living on the edge

Edge computing is the next big thing to hit IT, and  component virtualization plays a crucial role in the architecture that will leverage all the benefits it promises. By 2022, spending on edge computing is predicted to grow 30% from 2018 levels, mostly due to the increasing data flows that may render traditional centralized infrastructure nonoptimal and thus obsolete. Edge computing is indeed going to transform data centers […]

SDN Security: Five reasons SDN is more secure than legacy networks

Great malware infections hit hard in 2017, leading to new cybersecurity concerns  As malware evolves, so too do networks and SDN and NFV solutions, which may be a good response to increasing threats.

Do you even Zuul? CI system reloaded

Compared to its previous version, Zuul v3 brings a lot of fresh ideas and solutions forged by the almost extreme needs of OpenStack.

The difference between SDN and NFV – a simple guide

Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies are similar and can easily be mistaken for one another.

Five cloud challenges solved by Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Empowering old-style on-prem infrastructure with SDNs allows companies to tackle their most pressing challenges in building a hybrid cloud.

Microsoft Windows Nano mass deployment using VMware

Last year Microsoft released Windows 2016, which contained Windows Nano 2016. Nano is the answer to the market need for a lightweight system. In other words, Nano Server is a very fast and powerful tool for remote administration of Windows Servers. How Nano can be used in CI The whole concept allows to build VM from scratch. This will help to avoid potential bugs related to previous test scenarios, remaining […]