Issue OverviewIT in Europe - March 2012
This issue examines how network managers can simplify their management tools and use key protocols like NetFlow and IPFIX, and hardware like matrix switches. Learn how network managers are adopting new tools that give them better control over virtualized infrastructure, cloud environment and multi-vendor networks. Access >>>
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Idea Lab: 4G spectrum is the government’s most coveted networking asset
by Joe Fernandez
Britain’s networking giants are jostling for position as they await the release of the 4G spectrum auction by Ofcom.
Combining NetFlow and packet analysis boosts network visibility
by Shamus McGillicuddy
Packet analysis may provide a deeper look into the network, but NetFlow analysis can offer a broader view. To achieve even better network visibility the two work best together.
Will the DevOps movement simplify network automation?
by SearchNetworking.com Staff
Until now the DevOps movement has been lead by systems administrators, but now network engineers may find it also eases network automation and cloud orchestration.
Poor WAN performance? Try virtualisation
by Joe Fernandez
One rural accounting firm got fed up with poor broadband connection and WAN performance, so it turned to WAN virtualisation appliances that combine multiple forms of access.
- Idea Lab: 4G spectrum is the government’s most coveted networking asset by Joe Fernandez
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