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HPE and Big Switch team up in the data center, Brocade spins out its OpenDaylight SDN controller to a startup, Google reveals details about its routing initiative called Espresso, and Cisco Meraki accidentally deletes customer data.
Red teamers from Salesforce get fired after a DefCON presentation, HBO reportedly offers a bug bounty to hackers who want a ransom, a cabling standard gets updates, Aruba reveals more details of its brand new core switch, and HPE sends a computer into space.
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Big Switch Joins the HPE Open Networking Ecosystem – Big Switch Networks
Brocade Spins Off SDN Controller Into Lumina – Light Reading
Lumina Networks Enters SDN Market – Lumina Networks
Lumina Networks Picks Up Brocade’s SDN Controller – SDX Central
Google Wants To Rewire The Internet – The Next Platform
Cisco loses customer data in Meraki cloud muckup -The Register
North American Object Storage Service Impact (8-4-2017) – Cisco Meraki
TIA Updates Data Center Cabling Standard to Keep Pace With Rapid Technology Advancements – The Data Center Journal
Networking Field Day Exclusive with Aruba – Tech Field Day