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  • Automation, AI and Analytics

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    In this white paper, learn how CSPs can meet the challenges and seize new opportunities in today’s hypercompetitive climate by learning on automation, AI and analytics to improve profit margins, break down siloes and improve efficiencies.

  • Streaming Data: The Key to Application Optimization

    Sponsored by: Zenoss, Inc.

    In today’s application economy, it’s critical to ensure key applications are optimized for performance. However, most organizations find that they have the bandwidth and budget to monitor and optimize only a small percentage of their application portfolio. In this white paper, examine the business challenges of application performance monitoring.

  • Build a Reliable, Mobile-Friendly Wireless Network

    Sponsored by: Somerville

    Find out how to create reliable, secure, mobile-friendly Wi-Fi connectivity for your organization's users, especially in industries like education and retail that rely more and more on the interactions between people and technology.

  • Northern Kentucky’s Largest Healthcare Provider

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    In the past, engineers for Northern Kentucky’s largest healthcare provider have always relied on popular tools to aid network planning and troubleshooting. But, as the use cases became more varied, the engineers began to find these tools lacking. In this case study, learn why they turned to 7SIGNAL’s Mobile Eye to monitor the Wi-Fi experience.

  • Clemson University: Balancing Network Performance and Security

    Sponsored by: Gigamon

    In this case study, learn how Clemson University uses Gigamon’s next-generation network visibility solution to defend against cyberthreats and optimize network and security operations by SSL/TLS decryption, balancing network access, performance and protection.

  • Powering a Seamless Experience Edge with Aruba

    Sponsored by: Somerville

    In today’s digital environment, your wireless network is essential for powering your organization. However, wireless networks are often costly, and time consuming to set up and manage. In this white paper, learn how Aruba Enterprise Wireless-as-a-Service from Somerville can help eliminate complex wireless network management.

  • What is SD-WAN?

    Sponsored by: Silver Peak

    Traffic patterns have changed over the years with the increased movement of apps to the cloud. This has driven the need for a more intelligent software-driven or software-defined model for the WAN. In this video, Derek Granath, Vice President of Product Marketing for Silver Peak, defines what a SD-WAN is.

  • Is Your Enterprise Traffic Stuck in the Virtual Interstate at Rush Hour?

    Sponsored by: Apcela

    The internet cannot differentiate the importance of your enterprise traffic. However, many digitally transforming CIOs are segmenting their traffic along 3 classes and letting new, software-defined technologies make their lives easier in managing it all. Download this white paper to learn more.

  • Are You Still Testing Your Wireless by Yesterday’s Methods?

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    There are two big mistakes you can make with Wi-Fi. The first is never testing it. The second is measuring its performance by outdated methods. Today’s truly effective wireless management employs multiple metrics to boost performance and productivity. In this white paper, explore common mistakes and myths which can cause Wi-Fi problems.

  • Tips for Conducting Wireless Network Monitoring

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Wireless network monitoring (WMN) helps you answer important questions about how your network is functioning and performing. Without it, end users may experience problems before they can be addressed by IT managers. Learn about WMN and explore tips for using it in this white paper.

  • What Could Go Wrong with Your Enterprise Network? A lot

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Any network team within a large enterprise knows how critical it is to business success to have continuous, fast, high-performing Wi-Fi. In this white paper, discover 7 roadblocks that can hinder the success of networks, especially within large enterprises. Also, learn how wireless network monitoring tools can help you manage these challenges.

  • The Evolution of SD-WAN as a Platform

    Sponsored by: VeloCloud, now part of VMware

    SD-WAN has emerged as the enabler of WAN transformation. It has quickly evolved in a few short years from a connectivity infrastructure to a services platform. In this webcast, Steve Woo, senior director of product and co-founder of VeloCloud, shares his insights about the vision and evolution of SD-WAN as a platform.

  • Are You Using These 5 Outdated Wi-Fi Testing Practices?

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Although Wi-Fi technology has been around for decades, it’s still not perfect. And because it’s not yet flawless, there are seemingly countless different ways that companies try to address poor wireless performance. In this white paper, uncover 5 outdated testing strategies that could be holding your Wi-Fi performance back.

  • 5 Common Myths About Wi-Fi Interference

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Radio frequency interference is a common problem for many networks. But without fully understanding what causes it and the impacts it has, it’s impossible for network managers to fully address the issue. In this white paper, discover some common myths about Wi-Fi interference and what you can do to better manage it.

  • SD-Core: Multi-Layer, Multi-Domain Control for Heterogeneous Networks

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    SD-Core is an open source-based solution which returns network control to the service provider and enables future-proof service agility. SD-Core also leverages next-generation SDN architectures to provide end-to-end network visibility. In this brief, learn more about SD-Core and explore key features of Lumina SD-Core products.

  • Lumina Extension & Adaptation Platform (LEAP) Demo

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    Lumina Extension & Adaptation Platform (LEAP) is a modern software framework from Lumina that enables automation of legacy network elements using model-driven frameworks, in an extensible fashion. In this demo, learn more about how to use LEAP and key features of the product.

  • Network Enlightenment

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    As the communications industry grapples with more flexible technology, providers that can create flexible, customer-centric services will quickly separate themselves from their competition. In this white paper, learn how automation will help service providers support this transformation while allowing them to thrive in Open Source communities.

  • Riding the Tidal Wave of e-Sports in Schools

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    E-Sports is experiencing rapid growth. However, when starting an e-Sports program it is important to make sure your technology can support the initiative. It’s essential to invest in a resilient, secure, and low-latency network that ensures high-performance connectivity. In this white paper, learn how to launch a successful e-Sports program.

  • Extreme Elements for Retail

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    Amid digital transformation, retail businesses are facing heightened pressures to enhance customer experience and improve business outcomes. To meet these expectations, a retailer’s IT network solution is a critical part of their winning formula. In this white paper, learn how Extreme Elements can help drive essential goals specific to retail.

  • Open for Business

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    A modular open SDN controller platform for customizing and automating networks of any size and scale, OpenDaylight is one of the key open source projects pivotal in achieving transformation goals. In this e-book, explore a collection of articles written by Lumina field and community experts to customers amidst an OpenDaylight trial or deployment.

  • The Journey to Autonomous Enterprise

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    Delivering better outcomes and next-generation experiences relies on connecting humans to technology. These connections require more than just newer hardware – they require an intelligent network. In this brief, learn how Extreme Elements can help enterprises build the right architecture to fulfill the specialized demands of their business.

  • Lumina Extension Adaptation Platform

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    SDN has long enabled interfaces like Netconf and OpenFlow to program network elements. Most networks, however, also contain a vast amount of legacy devices that do not support these programmable interfaces. In this brief, learn about LEAP, an extensible software platform that enables the automation of legacy network elements.

  • Network Virtualization for Dummies

    Sponsored by: VMware

    Network virtualization is rewriting the rules for the way services are delivered, from the software-defined data center (SDDC), to the cloud, to the edge. This approach moves networks from static, inflexible, and inefficient to dynamic, agile, and optimized. In this e-book, learn everything you need to know about network virtualization.

  • The Building Blocks of the Autonomous Enterprise

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    Faced with an increasingly digitalized, cloud-driven, competitive landscape, businesses know they must transform; however, too often they are unable to due to restraints of their current environment and infrastructure. In this brief, learn how autonomous networks can help empower businesses of the future.

  • Cloud Networking 2020 Buyer's Guide

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    In this 2020 buyer’s guide, explore the characteristics and benefits of cloud-managed networks as a subset of cloud IT services, to help you decide whether cloud networking is right for your organization.

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