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Software-Defined Networking Is Harmonizing for Networking's Future

Heather Kirksey held up her smartphone. "How often do you stare at your smartphone? How often do you use the Internet on your phone?" asked the vice president of network functions virtualization (NFV) and director at the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV), speaking at the Open Networking Summit. "That's...
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Juniper's OpenContrail SDN Rebranded as Tungsten Fabric

Sometimes, rebranding is a good thing. Juniper Networks' OpenContrail was an excellent open-source software-defined network (SDN) program. But, it was perceived as being too much under Juniper's thumb to draw many outside developers. Realizing this, Juniper spun OpenContrail out into a community-...
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How to Monitor Network Protocol Traffic on your Data Center Linux Servers

With Linux in your data centers, you value the ability to monitor different network protocols on your servers. With this gathered information, you can troubleshoot issues or tweak your servers such that they outperform the original specs. Most Linux administrators might recall ntop. It was the de...
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Open networking is here, says Inocybe's John Zannos. Learn more in this interview ahead of Open Networking Summit, taking place next week in Los Angeles.

The Evolution of Open Networking to Automated, Intelligent Networks

The 2018 Open Networking Summit is happening this week in Los Angeles. Just prior to opening day, we talked with John Zannos, Chief Revenue Officer at Inocybe, to get his view on the state of open networking and changes in the foreseeable future. Zannos, is on the governing board of the Linux...
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ONS 2018 Q&A: Dan Rodriguez, Intel

Ahead of the much anticipated 2018 Open Networking Summit, we spoke to Dan Rodriguez, vice president and general manager of the Communications Infrastructure Division within Intel’s Data Center Group, about the future of open source networking and for a preview of his keynote. To learn more, don’t...
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LF Networking, OCP Collaborate on Creating Open Source SDN, NFV Software Stacks

On the eve of next week’s ONS North America event, The Linux Foundation and the Open Compute Project (OCP) launched a collaborative effort to drive the development of open source networking based on software and hardware solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, the two organizations will create...
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The industry is taking open networking to next level; learn more from Dell EMC's Jeff Baher in this interview.

Dell EMC: The Next Big Shift in Open Networking Is Here

This article was sponsored by Dell EMC and written by Linux.com. Ahead of the much anticipated 2018 Open Networking Summit, we spoke to Jeff Baher, director, Dell EMC Networking and Service Provider Solutions, about what lies ahead for open networking in the data center and beyond....
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Serverless Security: What's Left to Protect?

The cost savings Serverless offers greatly accelerated its rate of adoption, and many companies are starting to use it in production, coping with less mature dev and monitoring practices to get the monthly bill down. Such a trade off makes sense when you balance effort vs reward, but one aspect of...
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AT&T Sharpens Edge With New Open Source Effort, Test Lab Launch

AT&T is continuing its aggressive edge computing push, today announcing that its first test zone for edge applications is up and running at its AT&T Foundry in Palo Alto, Calif., and that it is creating a new open source project focused on automated, distributed cloud infrastructure for...
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Fluid HPC: How Extreme-Scale Computing Should Respond to Meltdown and Spectre

The Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities are proving difficult to fix, and initial experiments suggest security patches will cause significant performance penalties to HPC applications. Even as these patches are rolled out to current HPC platforms, it might be helpful to explore how future HPC...
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