Take a Network Break! Guest Ed Horley, co-host of the IPv6 Buzz podcast, stops by with a dozen virtual donuts and sharp commentary in today’s episode.
IDC reports that server sales slumped in the second quarter of 2019, IP transit prices are falling across the globe, and an AWS outage in the United States resulted in unrecoverable data loss for a very small number of customers.
Oracle warns of the risks of gratuitous AS path prepending, Microsoft requires a cloud migration company, and Commvault spends $225 million to buy a software-defined storage startup.
WeWork considers cutting the company’s valuation ahead of its IPO, and VMworld’s FutureNET mulls some big ideas in networking.
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The Inevitable Slowdown In Server Spending – Next Platform
Checking In: Yup. Price Erosion is Still Very Real. – Telegeography
Amazon AWS Outage Shows Data in the Cloud is Not Always Safe – Bleeping Computer
Excessive BGP AS Path Prepending is a Self-Inflicted Vulnerability – Oracle Internet Intelligence
Future:NET – VMware