Software Defined Networking vs. Network Function Virtualization—Differences and BenefitsBy Happy Blob On 16 Oct 2017
Changing business scenarios compel changes in business operations and in a technologically reliant business landscape this begs for a change in the way how networks are built. . As the demand for scalability of networks and reduction in costs grows,...
Network Function Virtualization – Challenges and OpportunitiesBy Happy Blob On 13 Oct 2017
Challenges and Opportunities Newer technologies are emerging quicker than anticipated and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is one among those emerging technologies that is finding relevance in the current scenario. NFV decouples network functions that are currently being carried out by...
Name is Bot, James Bot, and The Web is not Enough!By Happy Blob On 24 Jul 2017
The Internet is filling up fast with these guys and they aren’t even human. According to Incapsula’s latest report, bot traffic has increased 21 percent this year, and now accounts for 61.5 percent of all Internet traffic. If your website...
Dear CIO, your IT function isn’t a profit center yet. But it can be!By Happy Blob On 14 Jul 2017
Until a few years ago a CIO had no need to worry about making his function a profit center. It wasn’t even a mandate for him. However with all the disruptions across industries and new technologies literally forcing enterprises to...
10 Key Things To Consider While Transitioning To A DevOps EnvironmentBy Happy Blob On 21 Jun 2017
DevOps is the next big change that everyone is excited about now that cloud computing is reaching exhaustion point. DevOps addresses key business needs by being very responsive and ensuring enterprises are more agile by identifying changing user needs in...
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