SD-WAN is now a technology that everyone needs to be looking at. But what if you can find someone to do all the hard work for you? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new SD-WAN as a Service provider, Sproute Networks, to find out how they can help.
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Get your IT news of the week with the Gestalt IT Rundown. This week Tim Waldron joins Rich Stroffolino for the show. Rich and Tim discuss the latest US-Huawei drama, Dell going public again, Australia’s encryption bill, and the SuperMicro saga.
Changing your mind is easy. Changing your mindset is much harder. Tom Hollingsworth talks to Nick Furman of VMware about how he has seen the Virtual Cloud Network Road Show changing the way that people think about their IT organization.
Think about all the mundane tasks you have to do on a regular basis in your network. Wouldn’t it be nice if they were all automatic? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Silver Peak and how they can automate at least one thing you wish you didn’t have to do.
Security in networking is a huge undertaking. You have to know what you need to know before you ever start implementation. Orhan Ergun takes a look at some of the important pieces of security in networking, specifically in SD-WAN, to help you figure out where to start before you get started.
Pure Storage recently announced a new offering running as software on AWS known as Pure Storage Cloud Data Services. So what does a cloud offering from Pure Storage get you other than an Orange Colored Sky? A lot of value to the enterprise, as it turns out.
Microsoft Edge is dead, long live Microsoft Edge! Microsoft has announced their browser will be rebuilt to run on the open source Chromium engine. This will lead to seeing the browser in more places, and could have major implications for Microsoft’s future OS plans.
I’ve been keen on rack-scale composable infrastructure for years. Decades even. But it’s only recently that we’ve had the technology to make it happen. You can now create a system or a rack that can flexibly allocate storage and compute using a shared I/O channel. But what if you could add more elements and “decompose” the server further? That’s what Liqid is promising with their latest announcements.
Get your IT news fix from Tom Hollingsworth and Ken Nalbone on the Gestalt IT Rundown. They breakdown the news from Microsoft Connect, Ken’s thoughts on this year’s re:Invent, and more cloudy goodness.
It’s always DNS, right? But what would happen in a world where DNS had better management, better reporting, and you had more control over things? How would it look then? What if it’s not always DNS?