Take a Network Break! Today’s podcast starts with a couple of FUs on certifications, and then dives into news from HPE Discover including HPE’s plans to make its full portfolio available by subscription. We also enjoy HPE’s “Cloudless” as a fine example of marketing jujitsu.
Riverbed and Versa partner on SD-WAN to extend Riverbed’s portfolio and customer reach, the startup Helium combines a peer-to-peer wireless network with cryptocurrency, and Cisco announces a Catalyst bug that crashes switches if you use the “show run” command.
Broadcom says its Trident 4 silicon is now sampling, Signify launches a Li-Fi play that uses light for data transmission instead of radio waves, and an open source group releases a proposed standard for service meshes.
Cumulus co-founder JR Rivers departs the company, Huawei says the US ban will strip $30 billion in revenue, a lack of good security gets very costly, and GE releases an unintentional parody video on the perils of IoT.
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Tech Bytes: Gluware
Stay tuned after the news for a sponsored Tech Bytes conversation with Gluware. Recorded live at Intent ‘19, we talk with CEO and co-founder Jeff Gray about network automation, the notion of intent engineering, and how Gluware works.
BiB 076: Versa Titan: SD-WAN As A Service, Or Do It Yourself – Packet Pushers
Helium – Venture Capital Con Job or Viable Business? – EtherealMind
Entering The Next Phase Of Helium – Helium
BCM56880 – Broadcom
Signify launches Trulifi – Signify
Co-Founder and CTO JR Rivers Leaves Cumulus Networks – SDX Central