As interest in hybrid and mutli-cloud operation models increases in the enterprise, a recurring theme has been emerging. Consistency is key. Datrium wants to provide the consistency that allows enterprise customers to select the public cloud of their choice and maintain the same tools and knowledge. They are likely betting on VMware being the common platform across multiple clouds and that the ability for enterprises to move their applications without refactoring will be the preferred path to the cloud for many enterprise customers.
Is your SD-WAN solution just for you? Or are you looking to build it out as a managed service? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Infovista and their new Ipanema offering and how it can jump start your MSP as they move into the SD-WAN market.
How do you secure an IoT device that weighs several tons? Or has wheels? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at way Cradlepoint is offering drop-in security solutions for IoT devices that aren’t what you traditionally think of in that space.
Multi-Cloud’s biggest roadblock is data gravity. Faction’s multi-cloud storage service help overcome this obstacle.
Hybrid cloud is becoming the preferred operating model of choice for enterprise IT. Pure Storage believes they can provide a consistent experience across clouds to their customers.
Learning about the journey of Zoë Rose from her past to the bright future ahead of her has been enlightening for Tom Hollingsworth. Read on as he covers some highlights of the presentations she’s shared at Security Field Day and Aruba HER over the past few months and how we can learn about the path she’s taken to get where she is today.
Can SD-WAN innovate through software alone? Or can custom hardware ASICs make the difference in performance? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the Fortinet presentation from Networking Field Day and discusses how ASICs may be the key to Foritinet finding their ante in the SD-WAN market.
Tom Hollingsworth looks at one of the biggest fallacies of defense in depth in security: It’s all about buying more devices and services to layer on top of your existing infrastructure. In reality, it should be looked at more like a tower defense game. It isn’t just about the assets you have, but how you place them that matter.
JetStream’s new DR product gives customers multiple options for application protection and recovery including independent service providers, S3 compatible storage, and recovery from S3 to VMware Cloud on AWS.
Denial-of-Service attacks are growing in size and number, especially as IoT devices become more commonplace. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new solution from Nokia using Deepfield and analytics to stop this malicious traffic in transit.