Take a Network Break! The startup SnapRoute has launched CN-NOS, a new network OS that runs Kubernetes under the covers. VMware introduces new features in its SD-WAN appliances, and Carbonite will acquire Webroot for $618.5 million.
Russia contemplates mechanisms to isolate the country’s network infrastructure in the event of a cyber-attack, and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission weighs a fine against Facebook related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
A pair of Oracle shareholders sue the company for alleged deceptive practices, and Cisco and Arista both post strong financial results.
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BiB 071: SnapRoute CN-NOS For Whitebox Focuses On Operators – Packet Pushers
SnapRoute CN-NOS Demonstration with Adam Casella – Networking Field Day
VMware SD-WAN Security and Cloud Integrations – Networking Field Day
Carbonite: Investors Do Not Like Webroot Deal – Seeking Alpha
IGP White Paper: Understanding Russia’s “National Internet” – Internet Governance Project
India Proposes Chinese-Style Internet Censorship – The New York Times