Take a Network Break! This week we examine Cisco’s latest cloud acquisition, discuss Juniper’s forthcoming automation bots, and dig into a new network monitoring app from Barefoot Networks.
VMware rolls out the latest version of Cloud Foundation, carrier spending on NFV is predicted to hit $37 billion, and Apple has to pay back taxes to the European Union.
Dell Technologies releases its quarterly earnings, and Amazon uses Alexa to invade Microsoft’s office territory.
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Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire Cmpute.io – Cisco Systems
Cisco acquires Cmpute.io to find low-cost cloud deals – The Register
Juniper: Send in the Bots for Network Peering, Testing – SDX Central
Deep Insight – Barefoot Networks
Barefoot Networks Releases Per-Packet Network Monitoring Application – Packet Pushers
BiB 017: Barefoot Networks Introduces Deep Insight – Packet Pushers
IHS: Carrier Spending on NFV Will Top $37B in 2021 – SDX Central
Dell Technologies Reports Fiscal Year 2018 Third Quarter Financial Results – Dell Technologies