Take a Network Break! On this week’s analysis of tech news, we examine Facebook’s Open/R routing platform, which is now open source. We also discuss why Qualcomm has rejected Broadcom’s bid, and look at a new private cloud partnership between HPE and Rackspace.
French cloud provider OVH suffers a significant outage, AT&T keeps fighting to buy Time Warner, and an analyst shop forecasts a $3 billion market for SD-WAN.
Adobe issues a patch for lots and lots of vulnerabilities, researchers reveal a flaw in Amazon Key, Cisco announces quarterly financials, and Amazon targets sci-fi and fantasy TV.
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Open/R: Open routing for modern networks – Facebook
Open/R – GitHub
Rackspace and HPE Will Sell On-Prem Private Cloud as a Service – DataCenter Knowledge
OVH to Disassemble Container Data Centers after Epic Outage in Europe – Data Center Knowledge
OVH Outage – Octave Klaba, CEO of OVH
IHS: Cisco, VMware in SD-WAN Market ‘Two-Horse Race’ – SDX Central
Cisco Reports First Quarter Earnings – MarketWired
Amazon to make multiple Lord of the Rings prequel TV series – The Register