What hyperconvergence means for SMBs

What hyperconvergence means for SMBs

Progressive SMBs are defined by how they use technology to achieve business growth. From acquiring new customers to managing suppliers to exceeding sales quotas, IT helps a lot. But traditional hardware and software solutions are expensive to purchase and support.

Why is intent-based networking good news for software-defined networking?

Why is intent-based networking good news for software-defined networking?

In a previous blog post Cisco Engineering teams looked “under the hood” at intent-based networking.

A common question we receive is: “What is the relationship of software-defined networking (SDN) to intent-based networking?”  In this blog we:

Compare the model of SDN with intent-based networking: How are they different? What should you know?
Share our point-of-view about why this differentiation ultimately matters to our customers.

Are SDN & network virtualization the same?

Are SDN & network virtualization the same?

Nobody’s perfect, even IT technicians. We’ve seen plenty of people interpret software-defined networking and network virtualization as the same exact service, but it’s time we clear up the difference. It’s small, but it could be the difference between major cost savings and a small increase in functionality.

Partner Post: Cisco and Intel: Helping Developers Innovate

Partner Post: Cisco and Intel: Helping Developers Innovate

Cisco and Intel: Helping Developers Innovate
Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/

Posted by mikemaas in Developer on Aug 10, 2016 4:47:23 PM

As adoption in technology areas such as Software Defined Networking, Analytics, Cloud, and the Internet of Things continue to move forward, Cisco and Intel have joined together in several related fields to deliver services and solutions that help developers to innovate.