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- The Biggest Thing Since Ethernet: OpenFlow
New technology could disrupt the networking market, which for decades has relied on Ethernet and TCP/IP standards--and stalwart vendors like Cisco.
- OpenFlow Tutorial: Next-Gen Networking Has Much To Prove
The emerging protocol promises to make it easier to deal with virtualization while also using lower-cost switches.
- OpenFlow's Impact: The Industry Debate Rages
What's new about the networking protocol, and why some argue it isn't a game changer.
- Virtualization Security Checklist
Take these 4 steps to improve the security of your virtualization infrastructure.
- Virtualization Vs. Networking
Server VMs create new problems for switching, security.
- Three Leaders Make The Most Of Your WAN
Our IT Pro Ranking report evaluates six WAN optimization vendors.
- DLL Hell Redux
By Dino Esposito
- Windows 8: Microsoft's Development Re-Do
By Andrew Binstock
- CIO Profiles: Steve Hannah Of CRST International
Stay flexible, this CIO advises, but always have a multiyear tech plan.
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