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Automated Network Provisioning for VMs with Mellanox and Nutanix

Applications in enterprise clouds are virtualized,┬árunning from virtual machines (VMs) or containers sprung from physical servers. This allows cloud applications to utilize the most optimal resources available, use them only when needed, and share resources to achieve the best efficiency. For instance, compute-intensive applications run on VMs residing on servers equipped with powerful CPUs and […]

An Evolutionary Jump in Low Latency -Delivering Maximum Benefits to the Application and Network

Addressing Latency with Application Acceleration Part 3 of the 3-part series Key decisions facing trading firms and exchanges is the selection of the optimum networking interconnects to achieve the lowest latency. In the first part of this series, I addressed how software improvements developed at the Mellanox Hackathon, and the capabilities of the ConnectX┬« family […]

Lowering Latencies to Deliver Maximum Benefits to the Application and Network

Part 2 of a 3-part Series Financial success in large securities, exchanges and trading houses come when they are able to receive, process, and fill market orders faster than the blink of an eye. Organization with even the smallest advantage can reap huge profits over the competition. This, in-turn, is driving organizations to optimize at […]