UpGuard Blog

Exorcising Juniper Networks And FireEye's Ghosts of Christmas Past From Your IT Infrastructure

Last week was a busy one for leading network and security appliance manufacturers FireEye and Juniper Networks. Critical flaws were discovered in hardware products from both vendors, bringing the distressing but unavoidable question to the forefront once again: what recourse is there when the very security mechanisms in place to protect our data assets are themselves highly flawed?

Filed under: Juniper, vulnerabilities

5 Big Influencers in Software Defined Networking

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) has become a hot topic of late, and with good reason. This technology has the potential to dramatically improve the configuration of networking solutions. Traditionally, data has been housed in a static fashion, with the development of network intelligence, focused on individual routers and switches. This is problematic with today's vast and ever-expanding data pool, with central automation of data management quickly becoming the ideal solution. SDN is an answer to this challenge, and a good one.

Filed under: HP, Software Defined Networking, SDN, Juniper, brocade