The Future is Distributed: Decentralizing for a Better Cloud

Decentralizing the cloud is the only way to keep up with the demands of the current economic climate…..

Source: DZone

Cloud-native solution cures network operating headaches SiliconAngle

The network is down! Panic sets in. People stare around in shock. Commerce grinds to a halt. Connectivity is a necessity of modern life; the support system of the digital age….

Source: SiliconANGLE

Emerging Networking And Unified Communications Vendors To Know In 2019 CRN

As part of CRN’s Emerging Vendors for 2019, here are nine hot networking and unified communications startups, founded in 2013 or later, that solution providers should be aware of……

Source: CRN

Mitigating Network Security Vulnerabilities with Cloud-Native Approaches

With a cloud-native approach, you can upgrade or immutably replace network applications with no or minimal impact in seconds compared to months….

Source: Network Computing

It’s Time For The Network To Connect To The Rest Of IT

For business owners and operators, success in the software application space depends on their compute, software and storage technology all humming along together. But even when they…

Source: Forbes

What’s Preventing Disaggregation in Networking?

Cloud Native networking marrying net infrastructure and modern apps would allow a unison of on-prem deployments under the orchestration of Kubernetes management…

Source: Network Computing

2018 Emerging Vendors

CRN shines a light on some of the most exciting new channel-focused vendors helping create new solutions for business and opportunity for solution providers….

Source: CRN

What’s Preventing Disaggregation in Networking ?

It’s a common adage that white box and disaggregated networking will never supplant traditional OEM vendors who offer tightly coupled hardware and software. This folklore states that uptime, reliability, and SLAs can only be delivered with a network appliance and…

Source: The New Stack

Dominic Wilde | CUBEConversation, March 2019

Dominic Wilde, CEO, SnapRoute sits down with Peter Burris for a CUBEConversation at theCUBE Studio in Palo Alto, CA…..

Source: The Cube

Network operating system advantages extend to white box switching

The network operating system is changing, moving toward software acceleration, open APIs and white box switching. Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of the new…

Source: SearchMobileComputing

Test and Measurement: Wi-Fi and the 5G experience

5G is becoming real, and in many cases, people’s first 5G experience is going to come via Wi-Fi, said Adam Smith, director of product management at test company LitePoint…

Source: RCR Wireless

Off the Cuff – NFD20 Wrap Up

Last month, Networking Field Day 20 happened in Silicon Valley and our very own Jordan Martin attended the event as a delegate. In this Off the Cuff episode of Network Collective…

Source: Network Collective

7 pieces of contrarian Kubernetes advice

IT leaders and Kubernetes users share some advice that goes against the grain – because conventional wisdom doesn’t always work

Source: The Enterprisers Project

Industry Watch: A sobering look at cloud

The advantages of cloud computing have been talked about for years in the pages of this magazine. Yes, massive scaling, redundancy and data availability are benefits, but the primary driver has always…

Source: SD Times

SnapRoute – Is there something new happening in networking?

The launch (or relaunch depending on your opinion of when they started and on what they were building verse what they are doing now) of SnapRoute was an interesting …

Source: How Funky

Beyond Routers: Part Two of the Options Available

“White boxes in the network” sounds like a bit like “Red Sails in the Sunset” (at least to my generation), but it’s not just about a nice appearance. White-box switching and routing are critical for network operators…

Source: CIMI Corporation Blog

Cloud-native networking for DevOps leaves SDN in the dust

Cloud-native and DevOps are terms we hear a lot lately. Businesses using these types of tools can generally innovate and deploy faster. That is what agile, digital business is all about…

Source: SiliconANGLE

Network Break 222: SnapRoute Launches Network OS; Carbonite Buys Webroot

Take a Network Break! The startup SnapRoute has launched CN-NOS, a new network OS that runs Kubernetes under the covers. VMware introduces new features in its SD-WAN appliances, and Carbonite will acquire Webroot for $618.5 million….

Source: Packet Pushers

SDxCentral’s Weekly Roundup February 15, 2019

Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Microsoft Azure released general availability of its data lake storage service and its managed data analytics service…

Source: SDxCentral

SnapRoute Unveils Cloud-Native Network OS

SnapRoute, a 2-year-old startup launched by former Apple engineers and backed by the likes of AT&T and Microsoft, is rolling out a new network operating system that leverages containers and microservices and is designed to…

Source: eWEEK

SnapRoute Presents at Networking Field Day 20

This Presentation date is February 14, 2019 at 8:00-9:00 local time.
Presenters: Adam CasellaGlenn Sullivan

Source: Tech Field Day

SnapRoute Launches Industry’s First Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS)

According to a new press release, “SnapRoute today announced the availability of its innovative Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS). Built on a containerized, microservices…

Source: Dataversity

SnapRoute cloud NOS leans on Kubernetes for orchestration

SnapRoute has introduced a network operating system for cloud environments. The cloud NOS, called Cloud Native Network OS, uses Kubernetes for network orchestration…

Source: SearchNetworking

SnapRoute delivers cloud-native network operating system

Saying that today’s network operating systems are keeping organizations from fully taking advantage of modern software architectures, SnapRoute today announced it is …

Source: IT Ops Times

SnapRoute CEO Dominic Wilde talks Cloud Native, Containerization, and the Future of Networking

Dominic Wilde has been the CEO of the networking startup SnapRoute for one year now, and he plans on turning the network industry upside down with a cloud-native network operating system that will enable companies to…

Source: SDxCentral

Adam Casella & Glenn Sullivan, SnapRoute | CUBEConversation 2, February 2019

Adam Casella, CTO & Co-Founder, SnapRoute and Glenn Sullivan, Co-Founder, SnapRoute sits down with John Furrier for a CUBEConversation at theCUBE Studios in Palo Alto, CA…

Source: TheCube

Adam Casella & Glenn Sullivan, SnapRoute | CUBEConversation 1, February 2019

Adam Casella, CTO & Co-Founder, SnapRoute and Glenn Sullivan, Co-Founder, SnapRoute sits down with John Furrier for a CUBEConversation at theCUBE Studios in Palo Alto, CA…

Source: TheCube

Dominic Wilde, SnapRoute | CubeConversation, February 2019

Dominic Wilde, CEO, SnapRoute | @Dom_Wilde sits down with John Furrier for a CUBEConversation at theCUBE Studio in Palo Alto, CA. …

Source: TheCube

SnapRoute launches Cloud Native Network OS for speedier app delivery

Software-defined networking startup SnapRoute Inc. today launched its new Cloud Native Network Operating System, almost two years to the day after landing a $25 million funding round …

Source: SiliconANGLE

CN-NOS: A Cloud Native Network Operating System

What if network operations were as agile as DevOps and could use CI/CD methods as easily? …

Source: The New Stack

BiB 071: SnapRoute CN-NOS For Whitebox Focuses On Operators

Drew Conry-Murray & Ethan Banks were briefed by SnapRoute co-founders Adam Casella and Glenn Sullivan in February 2019. After a year plus of post-launch quiet, SnapRoute has re-emerged with a new …

Source: Packet Pushers

SnapRoute Launches Industry’s First Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS) to Accelerate Application Time to Service, Assure Compliance and Simplify Run-Time Operations

SnapRoute today announced the availability of its innovative Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS). Built on a containerized, microservices architecture, SnapRoute’s CN-NOS creates enhanced network agility, integrates networking natively into DevOps environments…

Source: VMBlog

SnapRoute Launches Cloud Native Network Operating System

Built on a containerized, microservices architecture, SnapRoute’s CN-NOS creates enhanced network agility, integrates networking natively into DevOps environments, and enables operational effectiveness to…

Source: DevOps Digest

VMblog’s Expert Interviews: SnapRoute Talks Trends and Challenges Impacting Cloud Native Architecture, Kubernetes, and Cloud Native Network Operating System

Today, SnapRoute announced that it has launched the industry’s first Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS) to accelerate application time to service, assure compliance and simplify run-time operations…

Source: VMblog

SnapRoute Launches Industry’s Cloud Native Network Operating System

SnapRoute has announced the availability of its innovative Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS). Built on a containerized, microservices architecture, SnapRoute’s CN-NOS creates enhanced network agility, integrates networking natively into DevOps environments…

Source: Global Security Mag