Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is a growing part of both network and server teams. Managing the deployment of NFV can be time consuming, but Array Networks gives you options to ease your NFV woes. While investing in both cloud and on-premises software deployments, Array Networks is providing flexibility for the NFV software to move back and forth and putting themselves in a position to provide value to organizations in any scenario. Learn more about what Array Networks is doing with NFV here.
In this iteration of Gestalt Networking News:
– The On-Premise IT Roundtable talks to networking professionals on the challenges of career management
– Rich Stroffolino looks at VMware NSX
– Phil Gervasi breaks down intent-based networks
Plus, a walkthrough on setting up a CCIE lab!
Intel isn’t known as a networking company, but they think they have a play in the network functions virtualization market. The round table discusses what future Intel has in the space, and how they compete with more historic players in the market.
Keith Townsend of The CTO Advisor comments: A question I see pretty often is what is NFV or Network Function Virtualization. It’s a rather fancy acronym for virtualized network devices. Think of the idea of the virtual switch but expanded to other devices such as routers, load balancers and intrusion protection systems (IPS). Why would […]
Brent Salisbury of NetworkStatic comments: I am going to start pushing out an app every month that fixes some problem in networking. In this case I hacked it up over the past couple of weekends, but other times it will just be me using someones open source awesomeness and demoing it. First some thoughts on […]