Take a Network Break! This week in IT news includes new capabilities in Cloudflare’s SASE offering, a Cloudflare outage, and the acquisition of Tempered Networks.
The Linux Foundation launches a new project to create an open ecosystem around DPUs/IPUs/SmartNICs, we look into market issues that may be influencing silicon shortages, EU regulators may put a long hold on Broadcom’s proposed VMware acquisition, and an Enigma machine stolen from the Ukraine gets tracked down by open-source intelligence.
Last but not least, from the “Silly Marketing Tricks” file, Mastercard drops an album on Spotify in which every track incorporates Mastercard’s “brand sound.”
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Tech Bytes: Nokia
Stick around after the news for a sponsored Tech Bytes conversation with Nokia to discuss how its SR-Linux network OS supports streaming telemetry to give you an accurate and granular data on the state and health of your network devices.
Cloudflare outage on June 21, 2022 – Cloudflare
Tempered Networks Tempts Users With Free Remote Access Offering – Packet Pushers
NVIDIA Accelerates Open Data Center Innovation – NVIDIA Blog
Open Programmable Infrastructure Project – Linux Foundation
Diamond-Bluff/Diamond-Bluff – GitHub
Where The Real Chip Shortage Is – YouTube
Mastercard Launches Its First Ever Music Album: Priceless – Business Wire