CloudGenix’s new partner program makes resources available to partners on Day One, including a structured program for leveraging customer references that provides partners with a relevant customer to join their sales calls.
Xirrus’s new deployment at San Francisco’s Moscone Center is based on their legacy technology before last year’s acquisition by Cambium, but going forward, the company has ambitious plans for joint integrations.
After having started a major revamp of its partner program a year ago, Palo Alto Networks is now in the final stages of development of a comprehensive model for expanding partner services capabilities further.
In addition to the new IoT capabilities being announced today, ExtraHop has just added a version of their enterprise offering aimed downmarket at midmarket customers, and a new service to provide these customers with expert help as needed.
Citrix completes the integration of the Sapho technology acquired this year into Workspace, and while Citrix offers many integrations with key apps out of the box, they also provide an SDK which will provide a rich opportunity for partners.
In addition to the ‘Holy Grail of Silicon’ that can be used in any form factor, Cisco also announced its new Cisco 8000 Series, a platform built on the new silicon which scales from small devices to a huge 18-slot chassis.
The Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN edge platform receives new multi-fabric orchestration and management and one-click automation capabilities, as well as the ability to easily manage many more sites than before.
The Fabric Automation software now comes embedded in two newly announced switches, and has been integrated into VMware, Microsoft and OpenStack orchestration software. This greatly reduces provisioning time, and improves the efficiency of operations.
The three-pronged announcement includes a new version of the AOS-CX operating system, extends it from the data centre to the campus with two new models, and provides an update of Aruba’s NetEdit switch configuration software.