In the age of the hybrid cloud, network visibility is important as troubleshooting goes beyond your internal systems to those outside of your direct control.
Despite all the hype, things are not always rosy when moving data into the cloud, as failures and accidents do occur in the cloud too, writes Matthew Johnston of Commvault.
The need for speed is defining the networking space, but companies are being hard-pressed to meet this need without busting their budgets.
An SD-WAN is significantly different from a legacy network and requires new ways of doing things, writes Doug Farndale of Silver Peak.
Singaporean managed security services provider Quann seeks to bridge the divide between physical security and its cyber counterpart.
The finance industry has been revolutionised by digital technology, and this has made it more vulnerable to security threats, writes Lim Chin Keng of F5 Networks.
Security responses need to move on from the traditional email, spreadsheets and phone calls to reduce response times, says one expert.
There are 10mil ‘comatose’ servers running in enterprises around the world, and they not only suck up resources but are unmonitored and vulnerable, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC Asia Pacific.
IT infrastructure has been transformed from sprawling racks in a data centre to the ephemeral cloud, but the visibility issue still remains, writes Benjamin Cher.
Brocade has announced new Network Visibility solutions and a partner ecosystem that it said would empower mobile network operators with critical insights into the traffic within their networks.