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Did you miss out all the SDx news this week? No worries, it's all right here for you.
HP updates NFV Director; Broadcom updates its OpenFlow platform; OPNFV adds members; Pica8 adds an investor; Edgewater and Big Switch add execs.
Pertino announces it joined forces with Dell to offer its Cloud Network Engine as part of the Dell Cloud Marketplace. It will be made available next year for customers to extend agility of VPCs.
Pertino exapnds its SDN strategy with new apps for AppScape, the industry’s first app store for delivering virtual network services on cloud networks.
In this week's news: Juniper touts an OpenContrail win, Ericsson buys a new toy, AT&T builds an orchestrator, Intel invests in container-based management, and Pertino targets the WAN.
Oracle gets cozy with Microsoft Azure; Cisco's earnings dip, and they're going to stay that way for a while; Guavus goes virtual; Midokura offers a free handout; Pertino is out of beta.
Noteworthy bits from the week: The TM Forum gets interested in the management side of NFV; Ixia strikes a deal for Net Optics; Brocade has an idea for OpenStack; Midokura advances to version 2; Pertino wants an app store; and Ciena shows off some...