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June 20, 2018
Silver Peak SD-WAN now allows service chaining for Forcepoint, McAfee and Symantec security VNFs. Also, ONF targets four technologies to develop -- and four supply chain partners to help.
May 30, 2018
Cato Networks added a network security feature that detects and identifies threats within customer networks. The capability is built into Cato's SD-WAN platform, Cato Cloud.
May 11, 2018
With the availability of Nutanix Flow, the HCI vendor merges SDN and microsegmentation to incorporate networking capabilities in its hyper-converged infrastructure stack.
September 21, 2017
Verizon expands its enterprise portfolio with managed SDP security, underpinned with Vidder software. Also, InfoVista and Cato Networks combine services for an SD-WAN gateway.
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Software-defined networking security concerns are real, and networking expert John Burke says we'll need new mitigation and defense techniques to address them. Continue Reading
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