Nvidia buys Cumulus Networks, Nutanix furloughs 25% of its staff, ransomware disclosures to the FTC spike, and Salt vulnerabilities are rapidly exploited. Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss these and all the IT news of the week on the Gestalt IT Rundown.
New ransomware attacked exfiltrate data prior to encryption for blackmail, IBM standardizes on Slack, the impact of India’s proposed data privacy law, and more this week. Rich Stroffolino is joined by Keith Townsend this week for the Gestalt IT Rundown, your weekly IT news briefings.
Happy New Year: Take a walk down memory lane with us as we recap our favorite posts of 2019.
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss what Extreme Networks is getting by buying Aerohive, what the latest marketshare numbers spell for Nutanix in the HCI market, why Micron beat on its earnings expectations, and more!
What if instead of waiting for your network team to provision your uplinks, your network could auto-provision VLANs and MLAGs as soon as a new hypervisor node was connected to the network? Mike Stump looks at how Cumulus Networks and Nutanix aim to solve this problem with their partnership to bring automation via open networking to your AHV clusters.
Your IT News for the Week of February 4, 2019 The Gestalt IT Rundown Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss the IT news of the week on the latest Gestalt IT Rundown. In this episode they discuss Rubrik’s big data leak, a new height to US-Huawei tensions, Slack reaching 10 million DAU, and Japan hacking […]
New partnership will provide an extension of BigSwitch’s cloud fabric into Nutanix AHV environments by way of the Nutanix APIs.
In this iteration of Gestalt Cloud News:
– The On-Premise IT Roundtable discusses why cloud lock-in might not be that bad
– The Gestalt IT Rundown discusses recent announcements from AWS
– Tom Hollingsworth brreaks down why Mr. Scott isn’t DevOps
Despite some technical hurdles, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino return to bring you the IT news from the week that was! In this episode they rundown new announcements from Nutanix, Cisco, AWS, and Sprint. They then dig into the two big stories of the week, the VMware acquisition of VeloCloud, and the merger of Broadcom and Qualcomm.
A lot of people were wondering how Nutanix would look with their first earnings report. Well the results are in and so far they beat expectations. In their first three months as a public company, they posted $166.8 in revenue, representing a $0.37 loss per share. This beat analysts expectations, which amalgamated to expected revenue of $152.3 million and a $0.44 loss per share. Obviously it’s really early days, but good earnings are never a bad thing.