Happy Friday cowboys and cowgirls! Here are this week’s final news bits related to software defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), and other corners of the SDxCentral universe:
Apple has moved a significant amount of its cloud infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform and off of Amazon Web Services (AWS), CRN reported. Considering Amazon now reports AWS’ revenues, analysts are going to be keen to see if Apple’s migration makes a notable dent in the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) leader.
The ONOS community released its latest code update, Falcon, which features additional support for Central Office Re-Architected as a Data Center (CORD), many new applications and more support for southbound protocols. In addition, ONOS is developing a new open reference implementation for CORD.
Here’s what else SDxCentral has covered lately:
- Google Has Done NFV Load Balancing Since 2008
- With Open-O, China Tries Its Hand at Open Source
- Microsoft’s SONiC May Spell Disaster for Switch Makers, or Not
- Citrix Offers Its Enterprise Customers SD-WAN
- AT&T Considers Open Sourcing Its SDN ‘Foundation’
- ONS Kickoff: Open Source Needs to Stay Open
- HPE Debuts Its Hyperconverged Appliance
- Skyport Systems Grabs Google & Cisco in $30M Series C
- Why Virtualization Is About Ease of Use
- MEF’s Third Network Goes Forth With On.Lab