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Business resilience with HP IRF Ethernet Fabric

By Ahmad Zamer, Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager, HP Networking

 

Ahmed Zamer.pngData center fabrics are essential for enterprise resilience and readiness for cloud computing to enable reliable and timely customer support. 

When deploying new data centers, look for field tested fabrics that deliver enterprise benefits, including simplified deployment and management, higher performance and agile, reliable infrastructure. 

HP-VMware Networking Solution: Delivering SDN and Network Virtualization

Bridging physical and virtual networks

 

ks.jpgBy Kash Shaikh, Senior Director Product Marketing & Technical Marketing Engineering, HP Networking

 

Building upon on HP’s Software-defined Networking leadership, I’m happy to share with you a groundbreaking development which will push the market forward. Today at VMworld, we introduced our plans to collaborate with VMware and bring you the most open, interoperable and complete SDN and network virtualization solution to-date.

 

Specifically, the announcement includes HP-VMware joint solution to deliver industry’s first east-west federated interoperable solution. This joint solution will provide customers unified automation and visibility of the physical and virtual data center networks. By centralizing and automating the visibility and control of overlay and underlay data center networks, enabling agility and improving business continuity.

Empower your network with Software-Defined Networking (SDN) innovation

az.jpgBy Ahmad Zamer, Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager

HP Networking

 

Software-defined Networking (SDN) is expected to revolutionize networking and take the industry to new heights. The advent of SDN brings to networking the benefits of virtualization experience by customers with virtual machines.

 

In addition to allowing “virtual networks” to share common physical networking infrastructure, SDN removes the need for physical partitioning networks. With SDN, customer can create and deploy virtual networks on demand and automate the tedious provisioning tasks reducing their burden from weeks to short minutes.

 

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HP Next Generation Data Center Fabric: Tested by Network Test using Spirent

sr.jpgBy Sam Rastogi, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP,

and Ankur Chadda, Product Marketing Manager, Spirent

 

Virtualization, cloud computing, and big data are transforming the data center – global enterprises are turning to cloud services, virtualization solutions, and high-performance computing to boost service velocity and business agility, support big data and analytics, and improve data center economics. HP is leading the charge with a new FlexFabric data center networking portfolio launched this week that delivers a new architectural approach that offers simplified, scalable and automated connectivity for virtualized compute, storage and cloud services through a common fabric, delivering industry’s most complete software-defined network fabric in the data center.

 

I worked with David Newman from Network Test and Ankur Chadda from Spirent to validate the performance and reliability of the HP FlexFabric 12900 and 11900 Switch Series and HSR6800 Router Series.

 

Accelerating and securing the Virtual Edge with the HP FlexFabric 5900AF ToR Switches and VEPA

By Ahmad Zamer, HP Networking Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager

 

az.jpgSoftware Defined Networking (SDN) is driving the most significant change in networking that has been experienced in years.

 

SDN expected to revolutionize networking and and take the industry to new heights. Keep reading to find out the potential of SDN. 

 

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