Take a Network Break! It’s an extra-long episode today so pack some extra virtual donuts.
We start with follow-ups on AMD, CRL support, and more.
On the news front, Microsoft partners with three satellite broadband providers on ExpressRoute, a pair of pen-testers were jailed after breaking in to a county courthouse they were assessing, and AT&T reaches an SDN milestone.
Activist investor Elliot Management pushes AT&T to lay off employees and dump businesses including DirecTV, Gigamon announces a new Application Metadata Intelligence feature, and Citrix and Palo Alto partner on SD-WAN and security.
Corsa integrates with Fortinet, 50 U.S. Attorneys General launch an antitrust investigation against Google, and the FBI investigates Peter Thiel’s Mithril Capital VC fund.
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Tech Bytes: Oracle
Stay tuned after the news for a sponsored Tech Bytes conversation with Oracle. We’re talking about SD-WAN. In particular, we look at the notion of failsafe SD-WAN and what that means for how Oracle sets itself apart in a very competitive market.
AT&T’s Debt Lands It in Crosshair of Activist Investor – SDX Central
Activating AT&T – Elliot Management
Citrix Forties SD-WAN WIth Palo Alto Firewalls – SDX Central
Corsa Security Joins Fortinet Fabric-Ready Partner Program – Corsa Security