Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched general availability of Amazon Aurora Serverless, which is a new deployment option for Amazon Aurora, its hosted database service.
Oracle launched a new autonomous database cloud service called Autonomous Transaction Processing.
Dell EMC released Ready Solutions for AI (artificial intelligence), which offers Hadoop machine learning and Nvidia deep learning.
Facebook open sourced its transport layer security (TLS) library Fizz to allow for broader use of TLS standards.
Frisco Station, a connected community built with 5G wireless technology from AT&T, launched a integrated connectivity, including micro cells, interest, and robust WiFi in its common areas.
The Linux Foundation Deep Learning Foundation added five members: Ciena, DiDi, Intel, Orange, and Red Hat.
Broadcom released production availability of a 100G programmable storage adapter for Ethernet connected NVMe over Fabric storage applications.
Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) integrated with Portworx PX-Enterprise.
NTT Corporation announced two initiatives. It will launch a global holding company and it will expand its research and development with a new global innovation fund.
Ricoh Global, Japanese electronics company, deployed Juniper Networks 5G routing platform, services gateway, ethernet switch, and data center fabric switch in its 500 locations.
Twistlock released version 2.5 of its platform with added incident response and forensics capabilities.
Japan restaurant guide Gurunavi selected the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to build a new infrastructure.
Mellanox launched BlueField-based storage controllers to enable programmability for NVMe over Fabrics.
Mirantis and Fujitsu jointly built the Information Initiative Center of Hokkaido University. The center will support an interdisciplinary computer system (with a cloud and supercomputer system).
Spirent added a feature to its CyberFlood product line to continuously test live networks and devices.
Windstream deployed fixed wireless technology in Poteau, Oklahoma. It delivers broadband speeds up to 100 Mb/s.
IDC published two reports on SD-WAN. One estimated that the SD-WAN market will reach $4.5 billion by 2022.
Cylance added its AI-driven threat detection to the Netskope Security Cloud.
Cradlepoint’s 4G LTE mode, built for fleet-based organizations, joined public safety communication platform FirstNet’s LTE ecosystem for first responder products and services.
Ixia added packet-level visibility to container workloads and Kubernetes clusters to its CloudLens visibility platform.
IoT Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider Ayla Networks updated its IoT platform to add IoT application development tools and an ability to choose wireless modules.
Jask and SentinelOne integrated SentinelOne’s autonomous endpoint protection console with Jask’s autonomous security operations center platform.
Security software provider Quest released general availability of its software-defined secondary storage platform, QoreStor.
Sumo Logic added a new certification level to its multi-level certification program, which is based on usage and expertise of its platform.
A10 Networks upgraded its analytics and management platform with new intelligence capabilities new modular applications.
Risk management and security provider RiskSense raised $12 million in a Series B funding round.
Optiv Security released a suite of services for threat actor profiling, cyber resiliency, and incident response.
Nyansa, user performance management company, added 10 providers to its channel partner program.
Performance monitoring startup Apica Systems raised $12.7 million in a funding round.
Security provider Gemalto launched a scalable virtual key management service for cloud security.
Anchore, which created an open source security and compliance platform, released a new version of its Enterprise platform.
Tripwire, a security assurance company, launched its DevOps Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) which integrates security assessments into DevOps lifecycles and tool chains.
Security and compliance company Proofpoint released targeted attack protection isolation, threat detection, and threat response python scripting.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Ericsson Throws 5G Investment Fuel on U.S. Market That’s ‘On Fire’
- Alphabet’s Chronicle Exec Talks IoT Security, ‘Planet-Scale’ Analytics
- Extreme Networks Stock Drops After Its Brocade, Avaya Acquisitions Disappoint in Revenues
- Quality of Experience Is What Distinguishes SD-WAN Products, Says NSS Labs
- VMware Acquires Dell EMC’s Service Assurance Suite to Boost 5G Support
- Microsoft- and Facebook-Led Cybersecurity Tech Accord Tackles Router Security
- Two Cisco Senior Vice Presidents Depart the Company
- Prometheus Joins Kubernetes on CNCF Graduation Stage
- Google’s Project Zero Chief: Stop Playing Security Whack-A-Mole
- Capsule8 Rides 1.0 Platform Launch to $15M Series B Funding
- New Relic Broadens Its APM For Kubernetes, Microservices, and Infrastructure
- AWS Eyes the 6,000 Enterprise Clients of DXC Technology as Public Cloud Prospects
- SoftNAS Calculator Targets AWS, Azure Storage Costs
- Frinx Does Software-Defined Networking for SoftBank
- Coriant Deal and CenturyLink Spending Fail to Assuage Infinera Investors
- Iran State-Sponsored Hackers Pose Growing Threat, Accenture Says
- SDN, NFV, 5G Part of AT&T’s 2018 Capex Splurge
- VMware and Mist Collaborate for Wireless LAN, WAN Visibility and Troubleshooting
- Cisco Is Ready To Upgrade a Million Routers With SD-WAN Software
- Juniper Networks’ Security Acceleration Card Targets 5G Firewall Performance
- Evolute Container Migration Platform Slices Enterprise Complexity
- Arista Will Pay Cisco $400 Million to Settle Litigation
- Oracle Security Makeover Highlights CASB, Identity Automation
- Lumina Networks Helps Cable Operators via OpenDaylight Software
- China Unicom, AliCloud Establish $51.4M Venture to Build Government Cloud Services
- Symantec to Cut Global Workforce Amid Declining Enterprise Security Sales
- Dish Networks to Build Virtualized 5G Network From Scratch