Today’s Network Break addresses FUs on open network OSs and Fortinet’s SD-WAN, and then pivots to to Lumina Networks, which has announced Intent-Based Networking capabilities for service providers.
NTOP beefs up its traffic analysis tool with a new version of nDPI, Adtran announces an SD-WAN offering for service providers, and 6Wind releases new versions of its software routing products.
Data management startup Rubrik brushes off rumors of acquisition talks, Google releases a Chrome timeline for blocking HTTP sub-resources in HTTPS sessions, and security researchers disclose a Kubernetes flaw that exposes API servers to a resource exhaustion attack.
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Tech Bytes: Silver Peak & MidSouth Bank
Stay tuned after the news for a sponsored Tech Bytes conversation where we talk with Silver Peak SD-WAN customer MidSouth Bank about how the financial institution transformed its WAN by going with an all-Internet connectivity strategy.
SONiC + ONL: Open-Source NOS Stack – Big Switch Networks
ONL + SONiC Release: Questions and Answers – Big Switch Networks
Intent Driven Service Automation – Lumina Networks
Lumina Networks Announces Intent Based Automation Solution – Lumina Networks
We’re Not For Sale – Rubrik
Rubrik Scores $261M Series E, Tops $3B in Valuation – SDX Central
Big Tech Firm Eyed Rubrik As Possible Acquisition – The Information
CVE 2019 11253 – Mitre.org