Take a Network Break! A power surge causes an Azure data center to go offline and results in service disruption, NIST releases a proof of concept for a BGP security mechanism to help thwart hijacking, and eBay announces that it will release its custom server designs to the community.
Meraki announces new APs with built-in LTE, Juniper Networks and Mist Systems team up on WLAN, and Ericsson and Juniper extend their 5G partnership.
Fortinet rebrands a NAC solution for IoT that it acquired from Bradford Networks, Nutanix posts its quarterly financials, and a British Airways breach exposes hundreds of thousands of customer records.
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Coffee Talk: 128 Technology
On today’s Coffee Talk, we discuss how 128 Technology uses session-based routing to optimize the network to deliver business-critical services. Our guest is Erik Thoen, VP of Product Management.
Microsoft Azure suffers outage after cooling issue – Data Center Knowledge
Azure status history – Microsoft
A New MX Lineup for the Modern Branch – Cisco Meraki Blog
Nutanix Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2018 Financial Results – Business Wire
Hundreds of thousands hit by British Airways data breach – Irish Times
Latest information | Data theft – British Airways