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[ESG In the News] Amazon sees profits and sales surge

The results were a positive sign for investors who had been rattled by disappointing earnings from Apple and Microsoft. "It did restore my faith," said Dan Conde, an analyst at the Enterprise Strategy Group.
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Amazon's cloud services unit was an important source of sales growth. The cloud business rents data storage space and software services to companies, and is Amazon's fastest growing unit

BBC News

[ESG In the News] Amazon sees profits and sales surge

The results were a positive sign for investors who had been rattled by disappointing earnings from Apple and Microsoft. "It did restore my faith," said Dan Conde, an analyst at the Enterprise Strategy Group.
Cloud lifting
Amazon's cloud services unit was an important source of sales growth. The cloud business rents data storage space and software services to companies, and is Amazon's fastest growing unit

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[ESG Blog] Juniper Networks' Audacious Goals for Automated Networking

At Juniper Networks’ recent NXTWORK customer summit and analyst day, the major announcement was Software Defined Secure Networks (SDSN), a platform for policy, detection, and enforcement for every element of the network. This has been covered in the press and on Juniper’s web site.  The photo to the left includes Rami Rahim (CEO),  Jonathan Davidson (EVP), and Mike Marcellin (CMO) during the analyst day Q&A.

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[ESG Blog] Juniper Networks' Audacious Goals for Automated Networking

At Juniper Networks’ recent NXTWORK customer summit and analyst day, the major announcement was Software Defined Secure Networks (SDSN), a platform for policy, detection, and enforcement for every element of the network. This has been covered in the press and on Juniper’s web site.  The photo to the left includes Rami Rahim (CEO),  Jonathan Davidson (EVP), and Mike Marcellin (CMO) during the analyst day Q&A.

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[ESG Tech Truth] Ethernet Switching Trends

In order to establish short-term data center networking priorities, ESG asked IT decision makers about the initiatives that will likely guide their spending in this area over the next 12-18 months.

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[ESG Tech Truth] Ethernet Switching Trends

In order to establish short-term data center networking priorities, ESG asked IT decision makers about the initiatives that will likely guide their spending in this area over the next 12-18 months.

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[ESG Brief] Trends in Campus Networking

With the proliferation of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies at organizations across the landscape, the job of the network administrator is increasingly complex. More endpoints means more demand on the network, and BYOD and other mobility initiatives mean many of those access points need to be wireless.

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[ESG Brief] Trends in Campus Networking

With the proliferation of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies at organizations across the landscape, the job of the network administrator is increasingly complex. More endpoints means more demand on the network, and BYOD and other mobility initiatives mean many of those access points need to be wireless.

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[ESG Brief] Arista Cloud Connect

Arista Networks recently announced Cloud Connect, an interconnect solution for spine switches between data centers. This includes (1) Spine Transit: a long-haul optical Coherent DWDM, 6-port 100G line card with integrated MACsec encryption for the Arista 7500E Spine switches; (2) Spine Interconnect: VXLAN-based Layer 2 service extension between sites; and (3) Spine Peering: Arista EOS support for full Internet routes. Arista’s approach of extending its traditional VXLAN approach to inter-data center connectivity will create a smooth path for existing Arista EOS users. Arista customers can benefit from guidance on the specific use cases where features such as selective route download (SRD) apply to their workloads.

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[ESG Brief] Arista Cloud Connect

Arista Networks recently announced Cloud Connect, an interconnect solution for spine switches between data centers. This includes (1) Spine Transit: a long-haul optical Coherent DWDM, 6-port 100G line card with integrated MACsec encryption for the Arista 7500E Spine switches; (2) Spine Interconnect: VXLAN-based Layer 2 service extension between sites; and (3) Spine Peering: Arista EOS support for full Internet routes. Arista’s approach of extending its traditional VXLAN approach to inter-data center connectivity will create a smooth path for existing Arista EOS users. Arista customers can benefit from guidance on the specific use cases where features such as selective route download (SRD) apply to their workloads.

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