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Arista takes on enterprise data centers and CSPs with 100 Tbps cloud networking switch

A new switching and routing series from Arista Networks aims to provide the scalability and speeds needed for enterprise private clouds and next-generation data centers.

Spotlight: Netflix is now 100% in the AWS cloud

It's not a viable option for every enterprise, but shifting all workloads into the cloud works for some.

Network admins are increasingly sharing responsibilities with app developers

Developers will have more to do with the network architecture as enterprise networks increasingly become software-defined, according to Nathan Pearce, senior technical marketing manager for software-defined networking at F5 Networks.

Datadog extends cloud monitoring to OpenStack clouds

Noting growing interest in OpenStack among organizations building private clouds, Datadog unveiled an integration between its cloud monitoring application and the open source cloud software.

Pivotal Cloud Foundry's latest release promises faster time to production for apps

Pivotal unveiled a new version of its Cloud Foundry offering meant to make it even faster to get an application developed and into production.

Netflix resorts to mashing up Google, Ping for single sign-on

Netflix ended up mashing up technology from Google and Ping Identity to get a single sign on platform that serves its needs. 

Amazon's Sunday outage took down Netflix, Reddit and others

Amazon Web Services suffered another outage that took down the usual suspects, including Netflix, Reddit, Medium, Buffer, Airbnb, IMDB and Amazon's Instant Video and Alexa services. Every time a public cloud service provider outage occurs, there's a call for concern from many cloud naysayers and competitors. And although the effects from the outage were felt for about six hours from the first report, the impact on businesses isn't as great as it once was.

Tech giants Google, Microsoft, Cisco and others join forces to create open media standard

Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, Mozilla and Google announced yesterday their Alliance for Open Media, a collaboration to reduce their respective reliance on expensive patented media technologies.

Spotlight: Netflix moves everything to the cloud

Netflix began the process of moving to an Amazon Web Services cloud in 2008, and will soon be shutting down its last data center.

How the world's biggest online game League of Legends is relocating servers while users still play

User network connectivity is no game. That's why Los Angeles-based developer Riot Games took the problem seriously when users based on the East Coast complained about high latency, which their teammates and competitors on the West Coast saw in much smaller doses.