With the United States taking a break for the Thanksgiving holiday, we’re releasing our weekly roundup one day early. Here’s a look at what’s been going on in the SDxCentral universe.
OpenCloud Connect announced its board of directors for 2015-2016. The industry alliance also hinted that “over the next few months,” it will produce its long-awaited interface standards for cloud services.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions launched Intelligent Cloud Control, a service that provides one interface for controlling workloads across multiple public clouds. The service uses a technology called Application Performance Control from vendor VMTurbo.
Hexatom, a managed service provider based in France, will supplement its network security by using Radware‘s Attack Mitigation System, Radware announced. Another customer for the product is Los Angeles-based Quadranet, announced last week.
Storage startup Iguaz.io raised $15 million in a Series A led by Magma Venture Partners. The company appears to be focusing on cloud-storage management for big data.
Here’s what else SDxCentral has covered lately:
- Orange & Ericsson Trial Internet of Things over Wireless
- EMC Might Be Rethinking That Virtustream Joint Venture
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise Gets Off to a Good Start
- SDN Brightens Brocade’s Q4, but the Outlook Disappoints
- Telefónica Deploys Software-Based Network Monitoring
- Palo Alto Networks’ Growth Continues in Q1
- Mobile Fronthaul Picks Up Where Fiber Leaves Off
- Intel Poaches Qualcomm Exec for IoT
- Open Networking Summit Becomes a Linux Foundation Gig