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Following the Equifax breach, which exploited an open source framework library, many organizations increased their security postures, but that doesn't mean that open source is safe to use again.
Sherlock, a cloud-based platform-as-a-service, will target IoT use cases and verticals including retail, manufacturing, health care, and oil and gas.
AT&T, Google, and Microsoft highlighted significant progress for the ecosystem, but an enterprise survey showed most remain on the sidelines of actual deployment.
Intel and WindRiver contribute code to the OpenStack project; ETSI Open Source MANO issues Release Four; Samsung creates new silicon technology for high-performance computing.
Mirantis looks to the space where applications people and infrastructure people intersect.
It does this through one-click integrations with partners including AWS, Cisco ACI, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, and VMware NSX.
The company's SD-WAN is geared toward smaller companies that are not looking for an MPLS replacement.
Most customers are buying SD-WAN services together with MPLS though the former is showing stronger overall growth.
The move essentially redirects the malware’s attacks to an FBI-controlled server.
It will spend some of its funding to expand its business in Europe and in Japan.
The company saved about $83 million over the first half of fiscal 2018 though its HPE Next cost-cutting initiative.
SD-WAN is priority for enterprises that want to make their networks more automated.
The project claims greater security than traditional containers by tapping into virtual machine schema but remains compatible with Docker and Kubernetes in the container ecosystem.
Security researchers tied the malware to a Russian group responsible for hacking incidents during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.