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VMware to acquire Arkin to help customers use more NSX

VMware says it will acquire startup Arkin to provide analytics that help customers broaden the use of NSX microsegmentation.


Yes, network engineers should learn to code

From the SDN blogosphere: One network pro says coding will prove critical in the network engineering careers of tomorrow; another shares advice on software-defined security.


Cisco, VMware SDN products not always in harmony

Companies that want to take full advantage of Cisco ACI should skip VMware's NSX to avoid conflicts between the SDN products.


Talari hopes SD-WAN partnership program will spur sales

Talari has rolled out a new strategic alliance program, indicating the vendor's interest in supporting third-party products that complement its own SD-WAN technology.

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