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As SIP explodes beyond connecting VoIP calls to a plethora of modes of communication, the hyper-connected contact center must adopt security measures to provide a whole new level of protection.

The 2015 Guide to SDN & NFV
Over the last couple of years, the hottest topics in networking have been Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). While both enterprises and service providers have shown great interest in these topics, the vast majority of organizations are still either on the sidelines or in the analysis stage of adoption. The 2015 Guide addresses the confusion surrounding SDN and NFV, accelerating the analysis and potential adoption of these new design and architectural approaches.

In the past, wireless network designers were most concerned about the area of physical coverage and bandwidth. The number of wireless devices supported was not an issue. The Internet of Things (IoT), however, changes everything. Where coverage was once the goal, now capacity, device population, and performance are the driving design goals.

The 2015 Guide to SDN & NFV




A modestly skilled hacker can access pretty much anything that is digital, placing your company's loss and your liability into the headlines. 

Present and Future WebRTC

The 2015 Guide to SDN & NFV
  • Part 3: The SDN and NFV Ecosystem
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division


AT&T Issues Withdrawal of Service Matrix

  • A Webtorials Thought Leadership Discussion
  • Featuring ZixCorp

The 2015 Guide to SDN & NFV
  • Part 2: Network Functions Virtualization (NFV)
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division


The 2015 Guide to SDN & NFV
  • Part 1: Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division


How to Plan for SDN

An Overview of OpenFlow



How to Plan for SDN





NFV is More That Just Technology




An Update on OpenDaylight

  • Part 3: Management & Security
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division


  • Part 2: Network and Application Optimizations
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division


  • Part 1: Introduction and Challenges
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division












Metzler on SDN and NFV

Doing Battle with Advanced Malware



2013 Guide to Network Virtualization & SDN
  • Part 4: Planning for Network Virtualization and SDN
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division


2013 Guide to Network Virtualization & SDN
  • Part 3: The Network Virtualization and SDN Ecosystem
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division

Micro USB - Unmitigated Stupid Blunder

The Humanitarian Case for 3-D Printing

  • Part 2: The What, Why and How of Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division

  • Part 1: Introduction and Network Virtualization
  • Jim Metzler, Ashton Metzler & Associates
  • Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder
  • Webtorials Analyst Division




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