Tag: Virtualization

Juniper Networks’ Security and SDN Solutions Win Big at Interop Tokyo 2014

TOKYO, JAPAN–(Marketwired – Jun 13, 2014) – Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), the industry leader in network innovation, today announced that it has bagged top honors in two award categories at Interop Tokyo 2014, further demonstrating the company’s commitment to deliver innovative networking technology for enterprise and service provider customers.

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VMware Cloud Ops Blog: A New Kind of Hero

In every IT organization there is that special person. Let’s call him Phil. Phil is the kind of person who… – knows everything – can fix anything – knows everybody – and gets things done in hours that would take others days or weeks to accomplish.

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VMware Virtualization Management Blog: Log Insight 2.0 Binaries Available Now!

We’re proud to be releasing the binaries for VMware Log Insight 2.0. (You can download the eval from MyVMware, or grab the upgrade if you are already a customer). Bill Roth talked about the release earlier at a high level, but I’d like to discuss the details. It’s hard to compete with the excitement felt when releasing a 1.0 product, but Log Insight 2.0 comes really close for me! The Log Insight team was able to achieve so much goodness in such a short period of time.

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Which deployment model is right for you? A look at virtualized, hosted and cloud

Companies are increasingly considering centralized deployment of their SIP-trunking and UC resources into a private cloud or data center to maximize their return on investment in computing and virtual infrastructure resources.

Many legacy systems were built with the premise that dedicated servers would always host and run software and associated workloads.

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Five years of Green Data Centers by Doug Mohney

I have been writing for Green Data Center News for 5 years. I know this thanks to the magic of LinkedIn and a snarky friend who couldn’t find this blog if it was taped to the front of their windshields. It’s been five years of slow progress on the green front. There have been no miracle technology breakthroughs, a lot of inertia to big change and a good share of posturing.

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VMware Network Virtualization Blog: Getting Started with VMware NSX Part I – Preparation

This short series will focus on how virtualization administrators and network engineers alike can easily and efficiently deploy VMware NSX and network virtualization into their existing environments. From the simple and seamless installation, building your first virtual network to management and administration of an NSX environment, this series will highlight how easy it is to gain the benefits of network function virtualization.

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Three Key Elements for Successfully Migrating Data Into the Cloud

Migrating data and applications into the cloud can provide better data access and availability and—depending on the types of services you implement—can deliver added protection, security and reliability for your sensitive and mission critical data. The three key elements of automation, control and integration required to successfully migrate your data, mission critical or otherwise, to the cloud can result in one significant overall benefit–business agility.

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VMware Virtualization Management Blog: You Want to Deploy a Private or Hybrid Cloud – But Where Do You Start?

According to a recent 2013 Cloud Computing Study by the InfoPro, a services of 451 Research, 60% of the study’s respondents view cloud computing as a natural evolution of IT service delivery and 69% expect their spending to increase in both 2013 and 2014 compared with the prior year.

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Creating Visibility into Your Cloud and Virtualized Data Center

The data center platform  has had to evolve to accommodate an ever-evolving enterprise. As business needs change, the data center model has had to adapt to great density requirements. Multi-tenant cloud infrastructures have become the norm and even more is being expected from your IT infrastructure.

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