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Juniper Networks recently commissioned independent research firm, Wakefield Research, to survey thousands of people around the globe to understand how this dramatic increase in connectivity impacts the way they communicate, work, learn and play. And while we found some things we already knew, some of the findings may surprise you.

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OCX1100_HeroR.pngToday, Juniper Networks announced a fundamental transformation in the networking industry. Until now, disaggregated networking software and hardware has been in the domain of only those customers who had a large amount of resources to take “unproven software,” combined with original design manufacturer (ODM) hardware, and then self-integrate and deploy.

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When it comes to cyber security today, it’s not a question of “if” you’re going to get hit, but when. Resiliancy should be the goal, and the network the key element.

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Juniper is among the leaders in Carrier-Class Network Firewall market share according to Gartner’s recent Competitive Landscape report.

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HRInternetofThingsStandardsiStockphoto27050372-1393867723706.jpgIn Michael Porter's latest article on Harvard Busines Review, “How Smart, Connected Products are Transforming Competition”, he provides a framework for developing strategy and achieving competitive advantage in a smart, connected world. It is imperative for network operators to leverage virtualizaiton and cloud technologies to tranform their infrastructure to really get aead of the curve in the new wave of IT-driven competition, and Juniper's Contrail Cloud Platform can help.

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Cloud.pngToday I just wrapped up an exciting week in Europe. We started in Paris where Juniper Networks had a huge presence at the OpenStack Summit. From the customers and developers I spoke with, it’s clear that the opportunity to build clouds with open architectures is real and the potential of such environments to transform how we deliver network services is huge.

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Screen Shot 2014-11-02 at 1.30.47 PM.pngHeading to OpenStack Summit? Make sure that you don't miss out the most trendy party and the live demos on the coolest technologies from Juniper Networks and OpenContrail that will rock Paris!

 

Even if you are not going, you can still see the demos on video in Contrail Visualized.

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Mike Marcellin

The Recursive Cloud – Sending the Cloud to the Cloud

by Juniper Employee ‎11-01-2014 04:30 PM - edited ‎11-03-2014 03:20 PM

Juniper leads the revolutionI love the notion of recursion.  It’s a fascinating phenomenon because of its conceptual simplicity and its practical power.  When you’re programming a computer, there’s nothing cooler than dipping down into a recursive function, letting it bore a hole deeper and deeper, doing more and more work all the while.  Then when the time is right, you pull the trigger and pull it up-up-up and you continue on.

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Ten weeks ago, on July 22nd, Juniper Networks announced its intent to sell its Pulse product portfolio to Siris Capital. Today, I am happy to announce the successful close and completion of the transaction.

 

With the Pulse security assets in hand and an outstanding team on-board, a new and exciting security company, Pulse Secure, has issued its first press release outlining details of leadership, business operations and future plans. Pulse Secure plans to invest in the business and work with Juniper going forward.

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cathedra_vs_bazaar.jpgTraditionally, sophisticated programs had always been “built like cathedrals, carefully crafted by individual wizards or small bands of mages working in splendid isolation.” An open source project, in contrast, was the product of a large and informal community of volunteers who in aggregate “seemed to resemble a great babbling bazaar of differing agendas and approaches. What was amazing was that the open source projects such as Linux not only didn’t fly apart in confusion but seemed to go from strength to strength at a speed barely imaginable to cathedral-builders.

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Why is it when you scan the websites of the world’s networking companies a common theme emerges? You get a sudden twinge of nostalgia. It feels like 1999. Shania Twain comes to mind with her top 100 hit of that year – “That Don’t Impress Me Much.”

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Metafabric.pngAll journeys start the same – know where you want to go, have a good, reliable and trusted map to get there and ensure enough flexibility built in to tailor the journey that fits you best. For businesses, the journey to the cloud is no different. And choosing the path that fits you best, with an open architecture that provides freedom to follow your journey your way – no matter what comes – is paramount.

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