Take a Network Break! This week’s episode reviews significant announcements from Amazon’s Re:Invent conference, opines about how a mistaken rumor about Nokia wanting to buy Juniper got reported, and examines the latest security slip-up from a misconfigured AWS S3 storage bucket.
IDC reports that global server revenue jumped almost 20%, Nutanix and VMware announce their quarterly financial results, and SnapChat tries something new in an effort to spur growth.
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AWS launches bare metal instances – TechCrunch
AWS re:Invent | AWS News Blog – All the announcements from Amazon
AWS’s container service gets support for Kubernetes – TechCrunch
VMware’s Cloud Fortunes Continue in Q3 – Enterprise Cloud