Week of 08 Feb 2016 Don't write off BGP in data center fabrics (12 Feb 2016)
In recent blog posts from around the Web, experts discuss BGP as a routing protocol in data centers, whether software will really 'eat hardware' and the role of SDN in IoT.
Week of 01 Feb 2016 Microsoft SDN stack to challenge Cisco, VMware (04 Feb 2016)
Microsoft is preparing to release a Windows Server SDN stack that could make the company a rival to Cisco and VMware in software-defined networking.
Versa, EMC partner to offer 'virtual CPE in a box' (03 Feb 2016)
ICYMI: Versa Networks and EMC present providers with turnkey 'vCPE in a box;' Aryaka released a new managed SD-WAN service; and ONUG formed a hybrid cloud working group.
Week of 25 Jan 2016 Stop looking for an SDN definition, says networking pro (27 Jan 2016)
In this SDN blogs roundup, an expert says deploying SDN is more important than defining it; an SDN company gets Google's attention; and the brite box turns 2.
Big Switch releases freemium software for SDN developers (27 Jan 2016)
Big Switch Networks hopes to boost brand awareness and market reach with freemium software for SDN development.
Week of 18 Jan 2016 Riverbed acquires Ocedo to move faster in SD-WAN market (22 Jan 2016)
Riverbed plans to use its recent acquisition of Ocedo to quicken the pace of delivering products in the SD-WAN market.
Is cloud-based networking coming to Cisco IWAN? (18 Jan 2016)
Cisco's investment in VeloCloud suggests a strong interest in adding cloud-based networking services to SD-WAN products.
Week of 11 Jan 2016 Stop thinking of yourself as a network specialist (15 Jan 2016)
Many network engineers position themselves as specialists, but one SDN blogger says it's time to stop. Also in this blog roundup: network resolutions and predictions for 2016.
Week of 04 Jan 2016 Looking ahead at NFV trends in 2016 (08 Jan 2016)
In our latest roundup of posts from SDN blogs, analysts explore network functions virtualization trends, SD-WAN adoption rates and software-defined security tools.
Week of 28 Dec 2015 SDN development gets serious in 2016 (29 Dec 2015)
Next year is expected to be a breakout year for SDN development, as a large number of enterprises and service providers take their projects into production.
Week of 21 Dec 2015 Vonage taps SD-WAN to improve UC systems (21 Dec 2015)
Vonage is using technology from SD-WAN startup VeloCloud to up the performance of its cloud-based UC systems.
SDN trends: All eyes on SD-WAN; open SDN's path unclear (22 Dec 2015)
Our most-read SDN news stories of the year reveal a collective obsession with SD-WAN, as well as a strong interest in the future of open SDN.
Week of 14 Dec 2015 SDN learning: Top expert advice of 2015 (18 Dec 2015)
You've got SDN questions, and we've got answers. Covering topics ranging from SD-WAN to NFV, here is the most-read advice from SearchSDN's experts this year.
Learn SDN with the pros: Top expert pieces from 2015 (18 Dec 2015)
Continuing our list of the most-read expert contributions of 2015, software-defined networking pros tackle questions on SD-WAN, NFV, OpenFlow and more.
Week of 30 Nov 2015 Vendor lock-in is top hyper-converged infrastructure concern (03 Dec 2015)
This week, bloggers assess vendor lock-in in the context of hyper-converged infrastructure, Versa Networks' new SD-WAN offering and important steps to take before deploying NSX.
Week of 16 Nov 2015 IT service management should precede SDN automation (20 Nov 2015)
This week, bloggers explore the role of IT service management in SDN automation, Juniper's disaggregation of Junos software and complications of modern networks.
Week of 09 Nov 2015 SDN startup Versa targets WANs, branch networks (12 Nov 2015)
SDN startup Versa has built a software platform that lets service providers deploy and manage WANs and branch networks.
Week of 02 Nov 2015 SD-WAN could address future IoT challenges (IoTAgenda.com | 04 Nov 2015)
This week, bloggers explore how SD-WAN could address IoT security and management concerns, who might benefit from VMware's Operations Transformation Services and more.
ONUG Great Debate: Hardware versus software (06 Nov 2015)
The big question at ONUG's fall Great Debate: 'Will software solve networking's biggest problems?' Software narrowly beat hardware in a post-smack down audience poll.
Week of 26 Oct 2015 ONOS project hits 11,000 downloads in first year (30 Oct 2015)
This week, ONOS appoints a community manager; Pluribus demonstrates a hyper-converged infrastructure; Oracle launches a cloud-deployable signaling router.