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[SLIDESHARE] Network architecture considerations in light of IPv6

Last year, we published an article about the shift from IPv4 to IPv6 and what it means for enterprise network architecture. Even though it’s been a slow process (the worldwide deployment of IPv6 was only at 10% in January 2016), the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the always-accelerating spread of broadband [...]

By |July 27th, 2016|Categories: Network Architecture|Comments Off on [SLIDESHARE] Network architecture considerations in light of IPv6

5 Tips for getting the most from your network discovery tool

When it comes to managing a network, being able to log and track all the devices in your environment is essential for configuration management, security concerns and capacity planning. With WiFi technology, server visualization, and large-scale enterprise WANs becoming increasingly commonplace in today’s network environments, configuration management is a decidedly more complex task. For this [...]

By |October 20th, 2015|Categories: Network Architecture|Tags: |Comments Off on 5 Tips for getting the most from your network discovery tool

Network technologies of the future: 8 trends that could change everything

According to who you speak to, the next ‘big thing’ in network technologies could come from just about anywhere. In fact, there are a number of contenders - and any, none or all of them could end up living up to the challenge of taking today’s networks into the future. In this blog, we’ll [...]

By |October 1st, 2015|Categories: Network Architecture|Comments Off on Network technologies of the future: 8 trends that could change everything

How Network Architecture can affect the reliability of your reports

Network Architecture is in a constant state of evolution. Today, with Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), cloud networking and Software Defined Networking (SDN) increasingly becoming the norm, network architecture concerns are very different – and much more complex – than they were a decade ago. With the amount of options available when it comes to the [...]

By |July 28th, 2015|Categories: Network Architecture|Comments Off on How Network Architecture can affect the reliability of your reports

3 Network analysis tips for healthy network architecture

Maintaining a healthy network architecture is a constantly-changing process. Over time, the structure of your network is bound to change, and good network architecture takes this into account. According to a study by the Washington University in St. Louis, as systems grow, they increase in density as well as their dependence on cross-disciplinary collaboration. Proactive [...]

By |July 2nd, 2015|Categories: Network Architecture|Comments Off on 3 Network analysis tips for healthy network architecture

Network Architecture considerations in light of IPv6

IPv6 isn’t the new kid on the block, by any means. In fact, the “new” protocol has been ready for deployment since 1998 – but if the switch to v6 is as inevitable and urgent as we’ve been told, then why are we still using IPv4 technology nearly twenty years later? The truth is this: [...]

By |June 11th, 2015|Categories: Network Architecture|Comments Off on Network Architecture considerations in light of IPv6