Lauren Cooney discusses what we are doing at JavaOne on her blog today. http://cooney.typepad.com/.
Hope to see you at the show.
Open APIs and tools to build apps and control devices were just the tip of the iceberg — the focus has shifted to open application models that are redefining software behavior and communication and can run across platforms and networks of all types, regardless of vendor, company — or cloud. Historically the network was not seen as an active part in the data center, but today the network informs and feeds rich data into these applications, creating software-defined networks. To learn more, join us at JavaOne. http://bit.ly/pjsK5A
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It’s showtime – The Junos Worldwide Developer Tour kicks-off today at the Computer History Museum in the Silicon Valley. Got code? http://lockerz.com/s/140444148
Juniper Networks is going on the road to spread the word about Junos – and how it enables never-before seen innovation on the network. At free, half-day events around the country, Juniper engineers and experts will educate and empower developers to do more on the network than ever thought possible. From platforms and applications to SDKs and APIs, Juniper has the right resources developers need to quickly and easily build solutions on and across the network to fit an unprecedented range of business needs – including in the cloud. Visit http://www.exicon.mobi/juniper/register/index/procode/exicon to learn more about the event in Silicon Valley – and how to be a part of the revolution today.
Mountain View Computer History Museum
Tuesday, September 20th
10am – 5pm PST (Lunch and Beverages will be served, and there will be a post-even cocktail hour)
Register for the Junos Developer Tour at the at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View on 9/20. http://t.co/9WFql3Jl
Juniper Networks’ Junos Operating System Enables OnLive to Deliver Rich, Interactive On-Demand Media to Consumers Simply and Securely
This is a great win for Juniper. I love this quote “”The number-one factor that drove us to Juniper Networks is the value proposition — the bang for the buck we get from our core routers, switches and firewalls,” said Darrell Gentry, director of systems planning, OnLive. ” Juniper Networks data center network architecture has enabled us to deliver a high-end gaming experience from the cloud simply and securely. Having a massively scalable network from Juniper Networks is the foundation of our continued innovation and success.”
While others are simply beating their chest talking about yesterdays technology – we are delivering the future of networking.
Read more about OnLive at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44531823.
Test drive the Junos SDK and Space SDK at http://www.junniper.net/developers
Tesla is a total rethink of the car—and the car company. So when given the choice, they did a total rethink of the network. And that’s how the world’s most revolutionary car became an endpoint on the new network.
Aggressive growth is part of Tesla’s plan, and the modularity of Junos delivers unparalleled reliability and scalability. Innovation is the key to Tesla’s success, and Junos Space opens a new world of possibilities with streamlined app development and third-party solutions.
The New Network is here, and it’s coming at you fast—with zero emissions. Read more about Telsa’s solutions at http://www.juniper.net/us/en/solutions/stories/tesla/?utm_source=customer_stories&utm_medium=interactive&utm_campaign=stories.
Test drive Junos at http://www.juniper.net/us/en/products-services/junos-developer/.
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