Cloud + virtualisation > Networks

Maintaining visibility in a hybrid environment

05 July, 2017

Migration to the cloud shouldn't limit the IT team's visibility into all aspects of the IT environment, says NETSCOUT's Amit Rao.


Monitoring will be critical in the IoT age

01 April, 2017 by Andrew Timms, Sales Director, APAC, Paessler AG

Connected devices will need sensors, networks, back-end infrastructure and analytics software to make them useful. But who will monitor the monitor?


On-premise or cloud – the VC hosting debate

13 August, 2015

Videoconferencing offers an impressive value proposition: improved collaboration between geographically separated workers, while also cutting travel costs, increasing productivity and connecting people. However, the choice between the two primary deployment options — on-premises or cloud-based — is not always an obvious one.


NBN, cloud and the future of the network

10 June, 2014 by Andrew Collins

The shape of the network in years to come will be largely determined by a new wave of technologies - like the NBN, cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) - according to a new study from research firm IDC.


Enterprise networks must become more agile

02 June, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

92% of enterprises feel their network infrastructure is not agile enough to support next-gen apps and services, and half are evaluating adopting SDN to address this issue, according to a survey.


CloudEthernet Forum defining cloud interoperability

31 May, 2013 by Anthony Caruana

Last week during the Ethernet Innovation Summit at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, the establishment of the CloudEthernet Forum was announced. What is this forum, who’s in it and will it make a difference?


Telecom infrastructure resilient in earthquake aftermath

23 February, 2011

Telecom is endeavouring to maintain operations in earthquake-hit Christchurch; however, many challenges remain.


Server virtualisation results in a more complex network

11 June, 2010 by Aaron Condon*

Server virtualisation and blade servers may be driving data centre consolidation and changing the way networks are built; they tend to result in more complex network designs. While these technologies are delivering impressive efficiencies on the server side, their impact on rising numbers of network tiers in the data centre is significant.


Juniper Networks announces new V-P, Australia and New Zealand

23 February, 2010

Juniper Networks has appointed Mark Iles as Vice-President, Australia and New Zealand.


Networks get smarter as virtualisation increases

30 July, 2009 by Shamus McGillicuddy

As virtualisation, mobility and guest access become mission-critical, enterprises are increasingly employing intelligent edge switches.


Network key to virtualisation projects

29 July, 2009 by Tessa L. Parmenter

If you're considering virtualisation, you should involve your network administrator in all aspects of planning, design and implementation, analysts say.


What comes after server virtualisation?

22 July, 2009 by John Burke

Server virtualisation has helped data centre managers improve efficiency across the board. But there's more you can do to improve data flows through across the network.


Using VMMCA to configure Hyper-V hosts

01 July, 2009 by Greg Shields

Learn how to use VMMCA - Virtual Machine Manager Configuration Analyzer - to configure your host servers for use with Hyper-V R2.


Improving network efficiency with server virtualisation

24 June, 2009 by Lindi Horton

Learn how server virtualisation can help you design networks to better support applications.


Next-gen enterprise network platform

11 June, 2009

Nortel has introduced the Virtual Services Platform (VSP) 9000, the next-generation enterprise system for mission-critical core networks and data centres. The platform aids companies to realise the benefits of emerging virtualisation technologies that require reliability and flexibility.


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