The Christmas ads are on the tv, the decorations are up in stores and people are merry… so it’s official – Christmas is nearly upon us. As 2017 draws to a close I’d like to share some tech trends in Europe and North America for 2018.
Companies that are using network monitoring tools – be they for analyzing security threats, packet flow or Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) – all have one thing in common. They need to ensure that those applications have access to 100% of the traffic flowing through the network.
Our Open Networking-themed conference went off without a hitch last week in the Frankfurt Marriott Hotel. Attendees visited from all around Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria, Russia and Belgium, and speakers flew in from Taiwan, California, Cambridge and London to share the latest trends from the world of software-defined data centers (SDDC), Open Compute and open networking.
John Laban from the Open Compute Project Foundation will moderate a panel at Datacenter Transformation on September 26th in Frankfurt on the topic of “The changes we’ll see in the Software-Defined Data Center landscape by the end of this decade”.
It’s that time of year again! We’re busy getting ready for Datacenter Transformation 2017 in the Frankfurt Marriott Hotel on Tuesday, September 2017.
We’ve designed the conference around educating, empowering, and inspiring IT professionals, engineers and business leaders who are looking for open networking solutions to drive their business forward.
In the first part of this blog we looked at the building blocks and the ecosystem behind the open networking or disaggregated model. Now let’s examine the tradeoffs between choosing a traditional vendor vs. a white box network and the potential applications using this model.
White-box networking is gaining interest not just from hyper cloud networks but also from a host of other organizations whose business logic demand a dynamic, programmable and scalable network. Let’s examine some considerations behind adopting a white-box based architecture.
We are delighted to announce that we've been recognised by CIOReview magazine as one of the 20 most promising SDN Solutions Providers of 2017, an annual listing of 20 companies that are at the forefront of providing SDN solutions and impacting the marketplace.
Amidst the cosmic cacophony that is caused by the “software-defined everything” market, for a company to emerge as the global distributor-of-choice is no mean achievement. Backed by an industry experience that spans almost two decades, EPSGlobal has achieved this feat through its knack for curating best-in-class network products for software defined data centers (SDDCs). The firm is steering the data center landscape toward a software-defined paradigm—supplying everything, from software to hardware. With regard to the SDN landscape, today, “EPSGlobal is recognized as a central player in drastically improving automation and flexibility standards to whole new levels while underpinning business agility”, says Chris Curley, Co-founder and VP of Sales, America, EPSGlobal.
The event is especially of interest to those in charge of architecting, engineering and building networks. You'll learn about the technologies and hardware that form the basis of open networking from those pioneering new standards in the field.
Date: Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 8:30AM - 11:30AM*