Take a Network Break! Today we’re joined by guest John Fruehe. Amazon sent shock waves through the networking industry on rumors it might sell whitebox switches to the enterprise. The cloud giant says it has no current plans, but we examine other ways AWS might get into your network.
AWS adds EC2 instances to its Snowball edge storage device, and Big Switch Networks rolls out new software to enable VPC-like networking in your private data center.
A British government agency dings Huawei on national security, Deutsche Telekom joins Linux Foundation Networking, and Cato Networks adds identity routing to its SD-WAN offering.
Last but not least, Cisco releases more than two dozen security advisories, and Microsoft rakes in the money in its fourth quarter and fiscal 2018 financial reports.
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Extending the Hybrid Cloud with AWS Snowball Edge – Wahl Network
AWS Adds Compute Processing to Its Snowball Edge Device – SDX Central
Big Switch Redefines Hybrid Cloud with Cloud-First Networking Portfolio – Big Switch Networks
Deutsche Telekom Joins The Linux Foundation, Deepens Investment in Open Source Networking – The Linux Foundation
Embracing Openness to Power Future Network Services – The Linux Foundation
Cato Networks Incorporates User Identity Into SD-WAN Policies – Packet Pushers
Cisco Security Advisories and Alerts – Cisco Systems
Earnings Release FY18 Q4 – Microsoft