Take a Network Break! We start with corrections from last week’s show (and please do send corrections, opinions, and responses to things we say).
Then we pivot to news from Google Next ’19 including Anthos for hybrid cloud, plus Cisco makes ACI available in AWS, and Juniper launches an SD-WAN service.
Sungard files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy; a VPN flaw bites Palo Alto, Cisco, and Pulse Secure; and HPE and Nutanix partner around HCI.
Chef is going to an entirely open-source code base under an Apache 2.0 license, the law catches up to Julian Assange and the second incarnation of the Dread Pirate Roberts, and Yahoo makes an $117.5 million offer to settle its breach lawsuits.
Last but not least, we offer a cautionary tale of why you should bring a Wi-Fi scanner to your next AirBnB stay.
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Correction: Satellite Broadband – YouTube
Anthos – Google
ACI Anywhere Now Extending On-Premises to AWS Cloud – Cisco Systems
Cisco taps into AWS for data center, cloud applications – Network World
Cisco Cloud Application Policy Infrastructure Controller – AWS Marketplace
Juniper Networks’ SD-WAN as a Service Reimagines the Enterprise Branch – Juniper Networks
Cloud-Delivered Branch – Simplicity Now Surpasses SD-WAN – Juniper Networks
Juniper opens SD-WAN service for the cloud – Network World
Sungard AS Bankruptcy: As Voting Begins, What Now? – Computer Business Review
Multiple VPN applications insecurely store session cookies – Carnegie Mellon
“Goodbye Open Core — Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish – Adam Jacob – Medium
Julian Assange statement and extradition factsheet – Home Office in the media