No. When compared to the operation of existing networks, SDN is much more secure.
Archives for December 2014
Enterprise IT supports many unprofitable applications. Microsoft Exchange, legacy databases, obsolete accounting systems, end-of-life desktop operating systems and much more. Public clouds can, and do, cancel unprofitable products. This is a brutal truth in cloud planning. Takeaways: Enterprise IT supports many applications that are unprofitable to own and maintain Executives and managers are commonly unprepared […]
IP Telephony is an end stage market. Here is why.
Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 12 December 2014 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them:
I’ve spent some hours taking a look at Docker containers and how they connect to the network. The short summary is “messy” and better description is “train wreck”. Chris Swan has a 30 minute presentation on his experiences with Docker as part of his company VNS3. Docker Networking | Chris Swan’s Weblog. At this point […]