Edge compute has become more prevalent as technologies like IoT are beginning to be deployed and more enterprises are becoming more distributed. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has a strategy to ensure security throughout the chain, from the datacenter to the edge.
Home networking has been a morass of spotty products and difficult interfaces, whereas enterprise networking has been far more seamless for the end user. Now mesh capabilities are coming to consumer WiFi in order to address the current products’ limitations.
With IoT huge amounts of data are being generated at the edge, businesses that must deliver service to their end customers can now leverage this data to proactively deliver that service and optimize results. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has a full suite of capabilities to help drive this new innovation.
Digital Transformation is on the minds of every CIO, but to achieve the agility that strategy can bring, companies need to address their networking. Open networking is the best change a business has for addressing the fluid, agile environment that a digital transformation will require.
IoT is generating large amounts of data at the edge and this data is better served if it can be acted on at the edge versus being shuttled back and forth over the network. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has an edge compute strategy for handling IoT data in order to optimize its value and not bog down the network.
Software-defined networking (SDN) is taking off, but the flexibility it brings only proves the point that if a business does not have flexible orchestration, the acceleration from SDN is hindered. Glue Networks delivers software-defined orchestration (SDO) to help ensure agility for today’s networks.
OpenStack is an open solution for deploying private cloud in enterprises, but networking has always been the biggest challenge. New options for networking and overall maturity are quickly picking off those challenged and enabling OpenStack to become a more robust solution for private cloud.
With so much focus on the datacenter, the campus networks are often lagging in innovation, but there is real value in updating campus networks in order to drive end user flexibility and productivity. Dell networking brings new choices in campus networks to help agile businesses succeed.
After years of CLI-driven networking, businesses are being held back by their networking as it focuses on the technical aspects and not the business aspects. Apstra is a pioneer, one of the first to form the idea of intent-based networking that approaches the issue of configuration and validation from the business perspective.