Network Maintenance Mode: Improving Your Network and Improving Your Life


If you’ve ever worked in network operations, you undoubtedly have a few crazy stories about network outages and the unusual hours you had to work to resolve them. No, the network Gods seem intent on things failing in the middle of the night or when traffic is close to its peak.

Strategic Networking is Key for Women Professionals

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Kentik: Cloud Native Applications Need Network Analytics

Moving everything into the cloud seems to have taken the spotlight from the network. As the internet is ubiquitous, who worries about the networks? Kentik has a notion that in the age of cloud native, network analytics are as important as ever.

Networking: The DevOps Community Deserves Better

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Autonomous Networks: The Future We Need Now

This same line of thinking should be applied to managing the network or system infrastructure. While network operators face the same challenges as […]. The post Autonomous Networks: The Future We Need Now appeared first on

Managing Your Multi-Cloud Network


As a network or security operations professional, it’s your job to make certain the move goes smoothly. Therefore, before making any large-scale changes, you need to establish a sound network security model that allows for a successful migration. So you’re moving to the cloud!

VMware to Acquire Avi Networks for NetOps Capability

VMware announced it intends to acquire Avi Networks for an undisclosed price as part of an ongoing effort to close the gap between network operations (NetOps) and DevOps. The post VMware to Acquire Avi Networks for NetOps Capability appeared first on

Query Your Network Like a Database

Network process automation is an often-overlooked component of DevOps. Incorporating DevOps philosophies toward networking, or DevNetOps, can lead to even greater process improvements and more flexible deployments. Blogs DevOps Practice DevNetOps GraphQL network automation OpenConfig

History of Networking, Part 1

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DevOps and Networking: Working to Achieve Nirvana

If there’s an outage or even a hiccup in the performance or network service, it’s on the network and application teams (not the cloud provider) to fix it. The post DevOps and Networking: Working to Achieve Nirvana appeared first on

UDP Jokes – Networking

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Operating your Network with Intent-Based Networking


This blog is the third in a series highlighting Apstra's participation in Networking Field Day 19. Data Center Transformation Intent-Based Analytics Intent-Based Networking NFD19 VMware ServiceNow Grey Failures

F5 Networks Acquires NGINX to Meld NetOps with DevOps

As part of an effort to better align DevOps and network operations (NetOps), F5 Networks plans to acquire NGINX, a provider of widely employed open source loading balancing software. The post F5 Networks Acquires NGINX to Meld NetOps with DevOps appeared first on

Open Cloud Networking-Redefined


Networking vendors have long touted distinct routers and switches with different LAN/WAN interfaces for different customer use cases.

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Five Networking Tips for Entrepreneurs

Strategy Driven

Networking is one of the lesser appreciated talents that the world’s most successful entrepreneurs have mastered. Knowing how to network is a fine line between making friends and actively seeking out business partnerships. Be proactive about networking.

3 Paths to Reduce the Network Attack Surface


With each passing year, companies’ networks grow. Consequently, the network attack surface grows proportionally. Stopping or limiting network sprawl seems impossible given today’s business requirements. To reduce risk, defenders must shrink the network attack surface.

How Microsegmentation Differs from Network Segmentation


Microsegmentation as both a term and a network security concept has been in the playbooks for years. Its main purpose is to reduce the network attack surface by limiting east-west communication through the application of granular security controls at the workload level.

Network Automation with Ansible

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

DevOps is an operational model that helps businesses achieve agility, efficiency and as of late networks are also becoming part of this model. Data Center Opinions Networking

Tools for generating deep neural networks with efficient network architectures

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Wong and his collaborators are building solutions for enterprises, including tools for generating efficient neural networks and for the performance analysis of networks deployed to edge devices.

Got 99 Problems but Your Network Ain’t One


Owners and employees need access to databases, payment systems, collaboration technologies, custom-built applications, and more to perform everyday work, and all of these resources reside on some network somewhere. Or multiple networks. What is on the network?

Network Segmentation Issues and Opportunities


Wherever the network is hosted, the fact remains that organizations must implement segmentation to manage security, compliance, performance, and more. Microsegmentation network security zero trust segmentation Firewalls

VMware Brings NSX Network Virtualization into DevOps Realm

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 conference, VMware moved to bring network virtualization into the realm of DevOps by adding support for a declarative programming model and JSON data formats to version 2.4

What Are Different Types of Network Topology?

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The Network topology is defined by two types — physical topology and the logical topology. Physical topology defines how all the network devices are connected physically in a computer network. This configuration of network devices might look more like a Bus topology.

30 network security Twitter feeds to follow


Tech Zone email security hacking infosec malware network security network security Twitter feeds patch managementTwitter is where information is updated within seconds, especially in the information technology industry.

3 Things To Consider When Business Networking

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Building Amazing Apps, Part 3: Optimizing the Network

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Networking Like a Pro

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Barcelona Pancake Podcast: Service Mesh and the Evolving Network

The New Stack

Pere Monclus , vice president and CTO, networking and security, VMware ; Alex Williams, founder and editor in chief of The New Stack, moderated this panel, with the help of Libby Clark, editorial director, of The New Stack, the other guests on hand included, in addition to Levine: Sponsor Note.

Are you ready to power up your business network?


Network configuration used to be a never-ending task for IT admins. Configuring each branch office network would have required manual setup and most likely, an on-site technician to do it.

What’s Preventing Disaggregation in Networking?

The New Stack

Adam’s background of supporting networking products as a vendor, paired with his operational experience running large-scale data center networks gives him a unique perspective on how to build reliable, resilient, and easy-to-use products. So What Is the Legacy Networking Model?

Network Teams: Keys to Cloud Migration Success


As enterprises integrate their networks with their public cloud strategies, several best practices for network teams are emerging. Network teams should assess the network requirements of every application before it migrates to the cloud. Final Thoughts on Cloud Networking.

Cisco Unleashes the Capabilities of the New Network

Bringing software skills and software practices to networking and IT with Cisco Certifications and DevNet News Summary: Evolution of Cisco’s professional certification program embracesboth the network professional and now the software developer into one community to create the IT team of the future.

Finding Security Landmines in an Acquired Network


A large part of most M&As is the amalgamation of intellectual property, customer lists, and other proprietary company data, all of which reside inside databases or other networked technology. Zero Trust Networking

Power Up Your Network, from Edge to Core to Cloud

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

And when it comes to the network, power truly is the name of the game. Networking News Dell EMCAnother Dell Technologies World is upon us! With it comes the opportunity for us to share the power of our portfolio with customers, partners, media and analysts from around the world.

Megaport Becomes Expert Azure Networking Managed Services Provider


Launching ExpressRoute in 2014, Microsoft has evolved the service far beyond an alternative network access point to Azure over the public internet. Developing and expanding their networking capabilities, the company has produced a number of new services over the years with some more recent feature enhancements including but not limited to: Virtual WAN, ExpressRoute Direct, Azure Firewall.

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