Bloomberg re-enters the fray with another story on a hardware hack targeting Supermicro, Juniper Networks touts multicloud as a path to enterprise victory, and Juniper also announces a Nutanix partnership and releases a free training tool online.
Google offers a NAT service in its Google Cloud Platform, kills its Google+ service after eliminating a vulnerability, and Arista Networks suffers a stock-price drop as it gears up to expand into the enterprise.
Imperva strikes a deal with a private equity firm to go private, Broadcom gets approval from the EU to move forward with its CA Technologies acquisition, and Facebook revises downward the number of users affected by a breach.
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Secure Boot: An Effective, Low-Risk Alternative to Commercial Solutions – Cisco Systems (PDF)
NXTWORK 2018: Engineering Simplicity During a Time of Explosive Growth – J-Net Community
Juniper Networks Fosters Adoption of Network Automation – Juniper Networks
NRE Labs – Juniper Networks
Cloud NAT – Google