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Businesses have broadly embraced open source, enabling greater opportunity to add new functionality to applications. But organizations need to pay attention to the security of this software and be proactive in addressing vulnerabilities when they come to light.
A dozen companies have signed on to participate in Fortinet's new Fabric-Ready Partner Program, the company announced this week. That includes Brocade, Carbon Black, Centrify, Nozomi Networks, Palerra, Pulse Secure, Qualys Inc., Tufin, UBIqube, VeriSign Inc., WhiteHat Security, and Ziften.
Inocybe Technologies today announced that it is providing free access to a community version of its Open Networking Platform. As a result, users can create customized OpenDaylight distributions from one of the recipe-based use cases in the platform. The company is apparently using the free version as a means to drive potential uptake of its subscription-based services.
Open networking has seen a lot of growth in the last couple of years, and driving that growth is a slate of moves like those found recently between Edgecore Networking and STORDIS. This new combined effort is set to give the duo a whole new push into the European marketplace.