Glue Networks unveiled a multi-vendor software-defined WAN proof of concept this week at the Open Networking User Group Fall 2015 event. The SD-WAN design aims to provide orchestration across a variety of routers, switches, WAN optimization products and controllers.
Fresh out of OpenStack Summit Tokyo is news that Citrix and Red Hat have buddied up to add Citrix's NetScaler application delivery controller to Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. For enterprises, this means it will be easier to build cloud infrastructure using components from both Citrix and Red Hat, as well as to deliver applications using NetScaler on OpenStack-based clouds.
Cloud computing company Citrix is reportedly trying to sell itself as a whole entity rather than selling off assets one by one, according to unidentified sources who spoke with Reuters.
Citrix is showcasing new technology aimed at letting users securely access SaaS apps when outside of the office.
VMware vCenter is getting an update so it can manage multiple public clouds. Well, sort of. It's not VMware that's rolling out these new capabilities, but rather server virtualization management tool vendor Hotlink.
BlackBerry is counting on its enterprise mobility software and services business to save it from a precipitous decline in the handset market. Unfortunately, the Canadian firm doesn't seem to be doing much better in that business than in the handset business. The enterprise mobility software market is crowded and big names are jockeying for position.
AirWatch by VMware, Citrix, Good Technology, IBM and MobileIron made into the coveted leaders' quadrant again this year in Gartner's 2015 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Mobility Management Suite report.
Citrix has taken the wraps off its Workspace Cloud, an upcoming application delivery and management service that works with hybrid infrastructure.
Citrix unveiled a number of new features to its XenMobile enterprise mobility management platform at the Citrix Synergy conference, which kicks off Tuesday in Orlando, Florida.
A number of enterprise mobility management vendors--such as MobileIron and Citrix--are struggling financially, suggesting increased market competition. The latest example is MobileIron, which reported a net loss of 27 cents per share and disappointing revenues of $33.5 million after market close on Thursday.