Take a Network Break! There’s lots of new products, an acquisition, and some Brexit speculation in today’s episode.
Big Switch rolls out updated versions of its Big Cloud and Big Monitoring Fabric product lines, including doubling the number of leaf switches it can support. Juniper Networks makes its bid in the SD-WAN market with its Cloud-Enabled Branch release.
HPE was awarded $3 billion by a California jury over a breach of contract dispute with Oracle, and Cisco spends $293 million to acquire CloudLock, a security company.
Mellanox rolls out a new 100Gig network adapter for cloud and NFV workloads, Amazon and Google shrug off Brexit worries, and a report chases rumors that Microsoft tried to buy Docker for $4 billion.
You’ll find links to all the news we cover in this week’s show, as well as sponsor details, after the box ‘o happiness.
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Date, Time and Location:
Tuesday, July 12
Aureole Restaurant – Swan Court
Cloud-Enabled Branch – Juniper Networks
Juniper Enables Cloud-Enabled Branch – Light Reading
Hewlett Packard Enterprise just won $3 billion in a lawsuit against Oracle – Business Insider
Sources: Microsoft Tried To Buy Docker for $4B – SDX Central