Take a Network Break! Fortinet buys endpoint security company EnSilo for an undisclosed amount, Gigamon rolls out a network detection and response product based on a previous acquisition, and Extreme Networks re-brands Aerohive’s HiveManager.
*Please note that in this episode, Greg says the majority of Aerohive’s development is done in China. Extreme Networks wrote in to say “The development takes place almost entirely in San Jose and China is not a significant development site for Aerohive/Extreme.”
Reports of IPv4 exhaustion at RIPE are greatly exaggerated, Arista Networks sees its share price plunge due to reduced spending by a cloud titan, Fortinet racks up a respectable third quarter, and a former German submarine base in France is getting new life as a data center.
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Some folks in the network automation community are running a NetDevOps survey to get a sense of how network automation is being adopted and used. This is a follow-up to a 2016 survey. It’s anonymous and not vendor-driven. If you’d like to check it out, go to http://bit.ly/netdevops-survey-2019.
Extreme Networks Unveils ExtremeCloud IQ Cloud Management Application – Extreme Networks
This Time, There Really Are NO IPv4 Internet Addresses Left – ISPreview UK
RIPE Has Not Exhausted IPv4 Addresses yet. Plenty to go. – Packet Pushers
Arista Networks, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2019 Financial Results – Arista Networks