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- open source is bringing them customers.
- open source positions them to be de-facto network implementation.
*Juno Support – Will be certified on major distros: RHELOSP6, Mirantis, Canonical, Suse
- Distributed L4 LBaaS configuration via standard Neutron interfaces: Dashboard (Horizon), CLI
- Major vSphere enhancements in usability
- Works with existing vSphere without fork-lift upgrade
- Integrated with vCenter GUI
- Point and click install
- MEM Manager features (Admin GUI)
- BGP config and management
- Load balancing management and config
- More state visibility of logical networking status
Rumours of HP buying Aruba
- Highly unlikely.
- Aruba share price spiked from $18 to 22
- 5 OEMs including Dell and Brocade mean that revenues will drop after a
- Cisco Meraki has grown from $120MM to $500MM although the founders have left in an apparent – Meraki Founders Say Bye-Bye To Cisco
Google Kills Jabber – Enterprise Collaboration Goes Further Down the Toilet
- Google kills XMPP (Jabber). Cisco collaboration products become less useful.
- Balkanisation of chat engines – Skype/Microsoft, Facebook Chat
- Microsoft emailed customers to advise the Google and Facebook chat will be discontinued in outlook.com
- A unified and global chat opportunity has been lost.
Superfish could have been fixed in HTTP2
But the super-telcos blocked it.