Tag: SDN

Cybersecurity, Security

How software-defined networking can secure critical systems

November 1, 2016

Via: Computer Weekly

According to analyst IDC, the software-defined networking (SDN) market is set to take off, growing to $12.9bn by 2020. Much of this growth will come from webscale datacentres, cloud providers and telco operators. But SDN is also being adopted by […]

Application areas, Other

Storpool upgrades software-defined storage but remains Linux-only

July 7, 2016

Via: ComputerWeekly

Software-defined storage – and hyper-converged infrastructure – provider Storpool has added some incremental improvements to its product, such as Cloudstack integration and boosting scalability to 20,000 volumes and snapshots per cluster. The provider has chosen to hold back on offering […]

Application areas, Other

IBM’s Software-Defined Infrastructure Technology Pushes The Limits Of High-End Analytics

June 3, 2016

Via: Tom's IT Pro

IBM announced an expansion in its software-defined infrastructure lineup that is able to manage a wider array of data center hardware and software platforms, and turn up the performance of high-end workloads like Apache Spark. IBM Spectrum Computing uses a […]


Huawei launches SDN operating system for Internet of Things

May 22, 2015

Via: itCurated

Huawei has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first software-defined agile Internet of Things (IoT) solution, at its Network Congress 2015 in Beijing. The Chinese supplier said it will enable objects to connect to the internet and communicate with […]