Network4Dev is a new site created by Daniel Dib and Cristian Sîrbu to give application developers a base of technical articles about networking. It’s a really interesting idea, and we hope the IT community will help build it into a true resource to make better applications.
Our favorite material from around the web
With all the new features of Windows Server 2019, Azure Hybrid Benefits might have slipped by unnoticed. But it’s the kind of thing that might have been verboten by Microsoft a few years ago. It shows the company is able to be agile and creative when it comes to their growing cloud solutions.
Kurt Marko wrote up an excellent piece looking at why VMware NSX is the key to future growth for the company.
Chris Evans does a great job showing that Pure Storage’s FlashArray//X isn’t important because it’s a bold new product for the company, but rather because it’s the latest step of iteration in a well executed vision.
I’ve seen more than a few dead hard drives in my time. Perhaps the most devastating was on my old family computer, which I had taken with me to college. This was long before the words “data protection” had ever entered my lexicon. The old HP machine had over 8 years of files on it, […]
David Raney takes a look at different approach to data center design, specifically comparing 3 Tier and Leaf/Spine architectures.
VMworld generates so much news and announcements that it can be hard to keep up. Here’s what resonated with Nathaniel Avery after the first day of the event.
The terms training and inferencing get thrown around a lot with machine learning, but what do they actually mean? This video by Thomas Henson breaks down the concepts.
Network code and automation are taking over a lot of enterprise networking. While these concepts are starting to fundamentally change networking, their shortcomings are often underreported. Pete Welcher does a great job reviewing the current issues surrounding these important concepts.
For some, the very idea of a travel router is inherently geeky. But that wasn’t enough for Justin Paul. He went on the quest to find the geekiest travel router, and it looks like he succeeded.