Enterprises struggle to find IT pros with cloud architectural knowledge and the ability to monitor and troubleshoot cloud environments.
Stories by Denise Dubie
IT organizations that invest in observability tools can recover services faster, remediate security events sooner, and identify the impact of incidents better, according to Splunk’s annual observability research.
Integrated capabilities can enable network managers to automate OS upgrades, network configuration updates, and multiple levels of remediation.
Networking and security teams are consolidating or being asked by management to improve collaboration between the two groups.
Mullvad’s privacy VPN capabilities coupled with Tailscale peer-to-peer mesh connections can provide secure internet browsing from any location while preserving user anonymity.
Security and cloud connectivity requirements are driving today’s SD-WAN buying decisions, according to Gartner, while AI networking support and full-stack SASE capabilities will differentiate vendor offerings down the road.
Enterprises see the benefits of adopting observability tools, but lack of budget, increased network complexity, and staff burnout represent hurdles to success, according to SolarWinds research.
Insufficient disk space in servers used to process parts orders caused a recent unplanned shutdown across Toyota's assembly plants in Japan.
The acquisition will expand Netskope’s ability to monitor and remediate problems across its SASE architecture.
CompTIA CloudNetX certification aims to validate the knowledge of network professionals who manage complex, hybrid cloud environments.
IT teams are under pressure to update networks and toolsets to deliver secure remote access, reliable network connectivity, and optimised application performance.
Dynatrace Davis AI engine combines predictive, causal, and generative AI capabilities to simplify and accelerate performance management tasks.
Outages are down, but challenges remain, says Uptime Institute. Data centre operators are dealing with stricter energy regulations, persistent staffing problems and ongoing supply chain issues.
The phased rollout of Cradlepoint’s 5G SASE solution will enable enterprises to create hybrid wireless and SD-WAN environments that optimise availability, quality of service, and security to edge, distributed, and mobile locations.
Enterprises that are moving from SD-WAN to SASE may want to consolidate SD-WAN vendors to reduce complexity and streamline management.