Take a Network Break! Get your burr-ground French press dark roast and your favorite flavor of virtual donut and strap in for our weekly critiques and contextualization of tech news.
This week we have stories on HPE and Nutanix, a mysterious CCDE exam cancellation, an open source telemetry project finding a home in the Linux Foundation, new open networking switches from Dell, and much much more.
You can find links to all the stories we discuss just after our sponsor messages.
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Don’t be misled… HPE and Nutanix are not partners – Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community
CCDE Practical Exam cancelled and now?? – 112697 – The Cisco Learning Network
May CCDE Practical exam is cancelled worldwide,all the details! – Orhanergun.net
CCDE: Integrity, Transparency, Trust – Packet Pushers
SNAS Examples – SNAS
Open Source Project SNAS Taps BGP Telemetry – Packet Pushers
Dell Technologies Unveils Venture Arm Formerly in Stealth — Dell Technologies Capital
Dell EMC Ethernet Switch Update – Moving Packets
Certain HP laptops are found recording users’ keystrokes – Network World
Verizon Readies Its Universal CPE – Light Reading
Intel breathes $2bn sigh of relief over patent trial – The Register