Take a Network Break! Cisco has released patches for critical vulnerabilities in its ASA security software, Talari debuts a new SD-WAN appliance, and ExtraHop launches a security product.
Apstra touts intent-based analytics, AT&T hands off dNOS to the Linux Foundation, and the Linux Foundation announces the Linux Foundation Network Fund.
RedHat picks up CoreOS and Broadcom ups it bid for Qualcomm.
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Sponsor: WhiteSpider & Cisco
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Coffee Talk: VMware NSX Cloud
Stay tuned after the news for a sponsored conversation with VMware as we dive into NSX Cloud, which is new software designed for public cloud services such as AWS and Azure that helps you secure and segment workloads, control cloud networks, and enable deeper visibility into traffic and packet flows.
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Broadcom Increases Qualcomm Takeover Bid to $121 Billion – SDX Central