This week’s Network Break analyzes Cisco’s acquisition of Springpath, its announcement to put ACI in the cloud, and Google’s introduction of a two-tiered network service in its Google Cloud Platform.
We also analyze a Google/VMware partnership on Chrome OS, discuss the resolution of Dreamhost’s dispute with the Justice Department, and review news from Broadcom and Ericsson.
Last but not least, we parse VMware’s latest financial results and tease apart the speculation that Cisco had discussed an acquisition with Turbonomic.
Links to all the stories we cover are below.
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Cisco to buy Springpath for $320M-plus – Cisco Systems, Inc. – Seeking Alpha
ACI Anywhere! – Cisco
Introducing Chrome Enterprise – Google
A Win for Privacy Is a Win for the Web – Dreamhost
Cisco Had Talks to Acquire Cloud Startup Turbonomic – The Information
New Cisco Software Leverage Turbonomic For Workload Optimization – Packet Pushers