Take a Network Break! Microsoft announced a new virtual network tap for Azure at its Ignite conference, as well as integrations between Azure Virtual WAN and SD-WAN products from Riverbed and VMware.
SolarWinds has filed with the SEC to back on the public market, and Cisco has successfully tested a 400GbE Nexus switch.
Michael Dell talks up public cloud repatriation, HCI revenues explode in the second quarter of 2018, and Tungsten Fabric is officially admitted as a project to the Linux Foundation Networking group.
Barefoot Networks launches P4 Studio to bolster ASIC programming, Cisco reveals its latest security vulnerabilities, and Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich takes the stage at Dreamforce to talk up the benefits of Salesforce marketing tools.
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Virtual network TAP – Microsoft
About Azure Virtual WAN – Microsoft
SolarWinds Seeks $500 Million IPO – SDX Central
BiB 013: Arista Networks On 400G #NFD16 – Packet Pushers
Nutanix Bumps VMware Off Top HCI Software Ranking – SDX Central
Tungsten Fabric Completes Move to the LF Networking and Releases New Version – Linux Foundation
Barefoot Releases P4 Studio To Streamline Tofino ASIC Programming – Packet Pushers
Cisco Removes Undocumented Root Password From Bandwidth Monitoring Software – Bleeping Computer