Take a Network Break! Guest John Fruehe, Senior Analyst at Moor Insight Strategy, joins us for our weekly analysis of tech news.
Nutanix is adding network visualization and microsegmentation capabilities to its hyperconverged gear, Amazon is dropping prices on select instances, and Google and Intel form a strategic partnership to get more enterprises into the cloud.
Israeli and Canadian researchers demonstrate an IoT exploit against smart lights, and HPE is reportedly preparing to outsource its internal IT team.
Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation as a platinum member, and will tie diversity hiring goals to executive bonuses. Cisco beats Wall Street estimates but its stock slips on a weak forecast for the next quarter, and NetApp reports an annualized run rate of $1 billion for its all-flash arrays.
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Nutanix to Add Network Visualization to Its Hyperconvergence Platform – Data Center Knowledge
IoT Goes Nuclear – Creating a ZigBee Chain Reaction – Eyal Ronen, Colin O’Flynn, Adi Shamir and Achi-Or Weingarten
Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation – Tech Crunch
/mssql-jdbc – Microsoft on GitHub