CA Makes Unified Infrastructure Management a “Snap”


On October 8th, 2013, CA Technologies announced the availability of CA Nimsoft Monitor Snap—a free version of its full-featured performance monitoring solution, CA Nimsoft Monitor. The offering was created for the mid-market, typically made up of smaller enterprises whose IT infrastructures are growing in complexity, and thus need fully featured infrastructure monitoring solutions, but lack [...]



By | October 8th, 2013|IT Management, Jim Frey, Network Management|0 Comments

VMware Introduces VMware NSX – Network Virtualization Their Way


At the VMware user conference VMworld this week at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, VMware officially rolled out the early release (for testing not production) network virtualization platform VMware NSX. The product is based on the Nicira acquisition and will replace VMware’s vSwitch and the vSphere Distributed Switch (VDS). Previously, VMware took a minimalist [...]



By | September 9th, 2013|IT Management, Network Management, Tracy Corbo|0 Comments

Can Puppet Solve the Network Configuration Dilemma?


In recent months both Cisco and Juniper have been talking about Puppet. In February, Juniper announced an early adopter release of Puppet for Junos OS. At the Network Field Day event, Cisco demonstrated onePK + Puppet. When I hear Puppet, I think sys admin not network operator. Why then the growing buzz around Puppet and [...]



By | April 12th, 2013|IT Management, Network Management, Tracy Corbo|0 Comments
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