Take a Network Break! This week we analyze AT&T’s dNOS, a proposal to develop a network OS to run on multiple routing platforms and enable the development of new applications.
We also examine Marvell’s proposed acquisition of Cavium and discuss Starboard Value’s investment in Mellanox.
Intel releases details on newly discovered security vulnerabilities, Uber fails to disclose a security breach, and Microsoft Azure irritates VMware by announcing plans to host VMware’s software stack in the Azure cloud.
Meg Whitman announces her retirement at HPE, and Thoma Bravo takes Barracuda Networks private.
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Coffee Talk: A10 Networks
Michael Wheeler, Senior Systems Engineer at A10 Networks, joins Greg and Drew for a conversation about SSL/TLS decryption of traffic that leaves your network. We’ll talk about why decryption is essential for security and compliance, A10’s full proxy architecture, and how A10 can help you take full advantage of your existing security architecture.
Marvell to Acquire Cavium – Marvell
Intel® Product Security Center – Intel
MINIX – Wikipedia
Disabling Intel ME 11 via undocumented mode – Positive Technologies
2016 Data Security Incident – Uber Newsroom
Transforming your VMware environment with Microsoft Azure – Microsoft Azure
Barracuda Agrees To Be Acquired By Thoma Bravo For $1.6 Billion – Barracuda Networks