Brocade is looking to bring DevOps-style methodologies and automation to the network with the forthcoming launch of Brocade Workflow Composer.
ThousandEyes wants to provide enterprises with greater insight into network visibility, including visibility into the Internet. The vendor unveiled new functionality in its monitoring product that provides network administrators with greater visibility into what's causing network issues, no matter whether it's within the four walls of the enterprise or somewhere outside of their control.
Zebra Technologies is enabling its enterprise customers to manage Wi-Fi access points from the cloud. The company introduced its Azara cloud-managed WLAN offering, which enables the management of Zebra access points from the cloud.
Hyperconvergence still has a long way to go to become a mainstream product in the enterprise, but it's already moving downstream into the small- to medium-sized business market.
Avaya still has positive cash flow, but the company's second quarter showed a continuing decline in revenue. Additionally, the company hinted that it may be getting ready to shed some of its assets.
Scale-out computing vendor DriveScale launched a new offering designed to help enterprises turn standard rack servers into composable infrastructure to gain the flexibility benefits of converged infrastructure.
Brocade experienced revenue decline almost across the board during the second quarter of its fiscal 2016 year. The planned acquisition of Ruckus Wireless, which was announced in early April, might be the catalyst for change at the networking vendor, though.
Netronome is branching out to include P4 and C programming capabilities on its software-defined networking infrastructure.
Cisco has updated its CCNA Routing and Switching certification to address the changing network, particularly the growing software-defined networking trend.
At SAP Sapphire in Orlando this week, Hitachi Data Systems new converged infrastructure products designed for SAP HANA environments.