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Arista Networks and VMware strike a deal to integrate CloudVision and NSX, Microsoft says it will open-source its Open Network Emulator to help users model changes, and TLS 1.3 gets approved.
Cumulus Networks adds support for Broadcom’s Trident 3, SD-WAN growth predicted to hit between $2 and $4.5 billion in the next five years, and the Australian government bans Huawei and ZTE gear from its 5G infrastructure.
HPE and Ali Baba team up on hybrid cloud, VMware’s revenue grows 13% year over year, Facebook hires away HP’s marketing leader, and a smartphone tracking vendor exposes customer data.
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A brief history of networking (and a bit about the future too) with Dr. Victor Bahl – Microsoft Research Podcast
Microsoft to Open-Source Its Secret Weapon Against Cloud Network Outages – Data Center Knowledge
Open Network Emulator (ONE), Production grade emulation at scale – Microsoft (PDF)
A Detailed Look at RFC 8446 (a.k.a. TLS 1.3) – CloudFlare
Cumulus Networks Announces Support for Broadcom Trident 3 ASIC – Cumulus Networks