Take a Network Break! Citrix spends $2.25 billion, including a $1.45 billion loan, for digital work management provider Wrike. Citrix also announced its Q4 and full year fiscal results, with an 8% revenue bump year over year. Red Hat says RHEL will be free to run on up to 16 production servers.
Cisco warns customers of two serious bugs in its SD-WAN software. Elastic takes Elasticsearch closed-source and AWS forks the project. Alphabet (Google’s parent company) shoots down its project to deliver wireless broadband via balloons. A California employment law expert says VMware’s lawsuit against a former executive is weak.
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Citrix to Acquire Wrike, Delivering Modern Digital Workspace and Advancing Future of Work – Citrix
Inside Citrix’s $2.25-Billion Acquisition of Wrike – Futuriom
Citrix Quarterly Results – Citrix (PDF)
CentOS is gone—but RHEL is now free for up to 16 production servers – Ars Technica
Cisco SD-WAN Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities – Cisco
Critical Cisco SD-WAN Bugs Allow RCE Attacks – Threatpost
Doubling down on open, Part II – Elastic Blog
FAQ on 2021 License Change – Elastic
Amazon: NOT OK – why we had to change Elastic licensing – Elastic
Stepping up for a truly open source Elasticsearch – AWS Open Source Blog
The SSPL is Not an Open Source License – Open Source Initiative
Elastic changes open-source license to monetize cloud-service use – ZDNet
Stepping up for a truly open source Elasticsearch – AWS