Take a Network Break! Arista Networks upgrades its CloudVision management software to accept configuration information from third-party devices, Cisco adds Azure support for its Cloud ACI and APIC controller, and Marvell completes its acquisition of transceiver manufacturer Aquantia.
Datadog declined a $7 billion buyout offer from Cisco ahead of Datadog’s IPO, Google pledges 3 billion euros to build new data centers in Europe, and penetration testers who were arrested after breaking into a courthouse as part of a contracted job are now out on bail.
Amazon promises to be carbon-neutral by 2040, and Chef is the latest tech company to get caught in the tangle of government contracts and employee activism.
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Arista CloudVision Delivers Cloud Principles for Enterprises – Arista Networks
Cisco Cloud APIC – Microsoft Azure
Cisco Offered $7 Billion-Plus for DataDog As Company Prepares to IPO – Bloomberg via Yahoo
Committed to a sustainable future – Amazon