Juniper’s Cloud-Grade networking aims to deliver network agility

There should be no question in anyone’s mind that the cloud era has arrived. Businesses are adopting the cloud at an unprecedented rate and by 2020, the number of cloud workloads will be on par with the number of on-premises ones.

Businesses of all sizes are turning to the cloud to help them become digital by increasing the level of agility. To be an agile business, though, the entire network stack—from the network through applications must be agile.

+ Also on Network World: Juniper heads to the clouds with Unite +

However, organizations are also more cost conscious than ever, so whatever solution is deployed must save money in addition to making the network more dynamic. 

To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Network World Cloud Computing

Juniper’s new access switches add to its cloud-focused lineup

Juniper Networks’ Unite architecture is living up to its name, bringing more enterprise network gear into its system for simplified management and scaling.

The latest additions to the lineup are entry-level and midrange access switches that also include other features for ease of use.

Unite, introduced last year for the EX9200 core switches and other Juniper and third-party components, is designed to help enterprises turn their own infrastructure into private clouds and link those to public clouds in a hybrid architecture. It’s built around Junos Fusion Enterprise software, which collapses multiple network layers into one for simpler management. That gives administrators a single point of management.

To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Network World Cloud Computing