Here are the top stories SDxCentral wrangled this week related to SDN, NFV, 5G, IoT, cloud, and more:
Lumina Networks Picks Up Brocade’s SDN Controller — Lumina is launching with about 60 employees, the majority of which are coming from Brocade.
Cisco Meraki Data Loss Reveals Need for Oversight — Similar AWS and Google outages show how cloud configuration errors can cripple business.
HPE-Big Switch Partnership Boosts Open Networking Pitch — Data center networking is moving away from the ‘Ciscos of the world,’ Big Switch says.
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Kubernetes Growth Placing a Strain on Container Orchestration Adoption
- Microsoft Inject Confidentiality into Blockchain with Coco Framework
- AWS Joins CNCF, Though Kubernetes Impact Remains to be Seen
- CenturyLink to Resell King & Union’s Security Collaboration Platform
- Industrial Users Think IoT is the Biggest Benefit of 5G, Gartner Study Says
- Ericsson Has Yet to Develop an SD-WAN Solution
- Could Obstacles Such as Trees Screw up Verizon’s 5G Hopes?
- Does the 5G Standards Process Need a Reset? Qualcomm Thinks So
- Serverless Computing Agility Seen as a Boon for Security
- AT&T’s Rice: Intel-AT&T Relationship is ‘Push-Pull Strategy’ for NFV
- Macquarie Brings VeloCloud SD-WAN to Australia
- Container Networking Challenges the Focus of Tigera Calico Update
- Equinix Adds Direct Connect to SAP Cloud
- Codefresh ‘Democratizes’ Kubernetes Management for GKE
- Cisco’s Kanouff Talks Network Automation and the Promise of 5G
- Headcount: The Latest in Hirings, Firings And Retirings — August 7, 2017
- Inocybe Expands Reach, Leadership as SDN Controller Market Matures
- Heptio Launches Open Source Projects to Foster Use of Kubernetes
- Earthlink Deal Brings Windstream Enhanced SD-WAN Management
- Dell Technologies: SDN Driving ‘Next-Era’ Partnerships with Robots