With over 400 self-proclaimed IoT platforms in the market, it doesn’t surprise me that industrial enterprises are hindered trying to identify, test and select a high quality IoT platform. Platform Continue ReadingThe top 4 industrial enterprise requirements of IoT application enablement platforms (AEP)
The opening to “Star Trek: The Original Series” featured Captain Kirk proclaiming that space was the “Final Frontier” and that the Enterprise was going to “boldly go where no man Continue ReadingAerohive’s Atom boldly goes where no Wi-Fi has gone before
Today is launch day for Sylabs — a new company focused on promoting Singularity within the enterprise and high-performance computing (HPC) environments and on advancing the fields of artificial intelligence Continue ReadingLaunch day for Sylabs: Portable high-performance containers for Linux
You know all the security advice. You need to have a solid firewall. But it’s not enough to defend the perimeter anymore, so you need total visibility into your internal Continue Reading11 tips for prioritizing security spending
Historically, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Wi-Fi strategy has been to be an Aruba OEM. Given Aruba’s high market share and strong technology, this makes sense because it gives Alcatel-Lucent a credible set Continue ReadingAlcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s new Wi-Fi products are ‘Stellar’
AMD scored a significant win in its efforts to retake ground in the data center with Dell announcing three new PowerEdge servers aimed at the usual high-performance workloads, like virtualized Continue ReadingAMD lands Dell as its latest Epyc server processor customer
When enterprises started moving workloads and applications to the public cloud, it made sense to adapt existing networking technologies to the new domain. But while compute and storage have successfully Continue ReadingMulticloud mania: what to know
I’m soon to depart from Cisco Live Barcelona. It’s been a long week of fun presentations. While I’m going to avoid using the words intent and context in this post, Continue ReadingIs ACI Coming For The CLI?
Security Onion is a Linux distro for intrusion detection, network security monitoring, and log management. It’s based on Ubuntu and contains Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, ELSA, Xplico, NetworkMiner, Continue ReadingOnly 2 months left to register for 4-day Security Onion Training in San Antonio, TX!