Zeus Kerravala

Zeus Kerravala is the founder and principal analyst with ZK Research, and provides a mix of tactical advice to help his clients in the current business climate and long-term strategic advice. Kerravala provides research and advice to end-user IT and network managers, vendors of IT hardware, software and services and the financial community looking to invest in the companies that he covers.

Nvidia’s HGX-2 brings flexibility to GPU computing

Nvidia’s HGX-2 brings flexibility to GPU computing

Nvidia takes the covers off its HGX-2 server platform that unifies HPC and A.I. computing.

Building IoT-ready networks must become a priority

Building IoT-ready networks must become a priority

IoT is here and expected to grow immensely. Organizations must plan now for how to accommodate it and build IoT-ready networks, says Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Heitor Faroni.

The future of storage is here

The future of storage is here

At its Accelerate user conference, Pure Storage outlined its vision for the future of storage and backed it up with the products to make it real today.

Access management is critical to IoT success

Access management is critical to IoT success

With Aerohive's secure access management solution, A3, administrators can manage the lifecycle of all devices, including IoT devices, on the network.

When it comes to hyperconverged infrastructure, the hardware matters

When it comes to hyperconverged infrastructure, the hardware matters

To accommodate the many hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) applications, Dell EMC added two new hardware platforms to its XC family.

Nutanix looks to turn its hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) products into a platform

Nutanix looks to turn its hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) products into a platform

Nutanix outlined its plan to become the next major enterprise platform vendor, announcing several products to give it visibility among CIOs.

Extreme Networks' short-term growing pains are no cause for worry

Extreme Networks' short-term growing pains are no cause for worry

Extreme Networks is now a major player in enterprise networking, but the company is experiencing some unforeseen integration challenges.

Arista applies cloud principles to campus networks

Arista applies cloud principles to campus networks

With its Cognitive Campus, Arista Networks brings the benefits of its spline, CloudVision and EOS operating system to the campus network.

VMware: Cloud-centric businesses need a cloud-centric network

VMware: Cloud-centric businesses need a cloud-centric network

VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network provides an agile network and security overlay that acts as a “fabric” to connect apps, data, and users to each other.

It’s time for network professionals to elevate their game

It’s time for network professionals to elevate their game

Extreme Networks urges users to embrace change and help their companies do more through network innovation.

Businesses need more than one way to achieve multicloud

Businesses need more than one way to achieve multicloud

Juniper Network’s Contrail Enterprise Multicloud gives customers options to shift to multicloud.

Why intent-based networking is important to the Internet of Things

Why intent-based networking is important to the Internet of Things

Cisco brings the benefits of intent-based networking (IBN) to the IoT to help customers scale, secure, and optimize their environments.

City & Guilds Group deploys SD-WAN to improve Office 365 performance

City & Guilds Group deploys SD-WAN to improve Office 365 performance

After deploying an Aryaka SD-WAN, global e-learning company City & Guilds Group saw a 3x improvement in Office 365 application performance.

Software opens up new career opportunities for network professionals

Software opens up new career opportunities for network professionals

Network engineers need to embrace the shift to software as a way to do their jobs better and faster. Cisco’s DevNet Create event is one way to help them get those skills.

Understanding Virtual Private Networks [and why VPNs are important to SD-WAN]

Understanding Virtual Private Networks [and why VPNs are important to SD-WAN]

VPNs can create secure remote-access and site-to-site connections inexpensively, are a stepping stone to software-defined WANs, and are proving useful in IoT.

Riverbed’s 'firework' CEO, Jerry Kennelly, retires

Riverbed’s 'firework' CEO, Jerry Kennelly, retires

After leading Riverbed for 16 years, co-founder and CEO Jerry Kennelly turns the reigns over to Paul Mountford.

The cloud continues to drive network evolution

The cloud continues to drive network evolution

Arista’s new line of network switches provides greater performance and scale to meet the demands of cloud providers and cloud-first businesses.

How converged infrastructure can accelerate the AI journey

How converged infrastructure can accelerate the AI journey

Pure Storage's AIRI simplifies and speeds up the process of deploying infrastructure to support artificial intelligence-based systems.

AI can be a game changer for WI-Fi management

AI can be a game changer for WI-Fi management

Aruba’s new NetInsight solution uses artificial intelligence and the cloud to improve Wi-Fi troubleshooting and ensure Wi-Fi performance.

Think chip shots, not moon shots, for SD-WANs

Think chip shots, not moon shots, for SD-WANs

Discover how to deploy an SD-WAN solution in 10 easier-to-manage steps.

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