Brocade is looking to bring DevOps-style methodologies and automation to the network with the forthcoming launch of Brocade Workflow Composer.
Avaya still has positive cash flow, but the company's second quarter showed a continuing decline in revenue. Additionally, the company hinted that it may be getting ready to shed some of its assets.
Netronome is branching out to include P4 and C programming capabilities on its software-defined networking infrastructure.
Microsoft is enabling enterprise software developers to integrate Skype for Business into their customized mobile applications on Android and iOS mobile devices.
A survey conducted by Viavi Solutions indicated that two-thirds of enterprises have already deployed SDN technologies in one fashion or another.
It still feels really early in the burgeoning SD-WAN market, but both Silver Peak and Aryaka recently noted significant gains.
The push for open software-defined networking continued this week at the Open Networking User Group Spring 2016 conference in Mountain View, California.
As enterprises begin to adopt SD-WAN architectures, the need for visibility across a variety of systems and locations is increasing. Zenoss and Viptela have partnered to provide greater visibility into Viptela's SD-WANs.
VMware appears to be targeting small or cash-strapped enterprises with two new models of its NSX software-defined networking product line.
Extreme Networks is looking to make enterprise network provisioning and management simpler with the release of ExtremeCloud, a cloud-managed network offering.