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Top 10 Data Center Stories of the Month: April 2018

Here are the 10 most popular articles that appeared on Data Center Knowledge in April.

Cisco Embraces Disaggregation of the Data Center Network - Lets customers run NX-OS on third-party switches and opens Nexus hardware to third-party operating systems

RISC-V Silicon Startup Raises $50.6 Million and Inks Western Digital Deal - SiFive works to monetize open source CPU architecture by helping customers design and bring to market their own custom chips.

Juniper: Machine Learning Isn't All We Need for Smart Networks - Self-driving networks could hide configuration complexity from operators and users alike but they can’t be black boxes.

Juniper Networks

VMware Updates vSphere and vSAN for Multi-cloud Environments - Enhancements to vSphere mean it's faster to complete processes and roll out updates or patches.

Red Hat Keeps Eye on Hybrid Cloud With RHEL 7.5 - RHEL's latest helps Red Hat support its cloud aspirations while keeping its feet firmly planted in Linux and open source.

Google Expands Cloud Connectivity Options for Enterprise Data Centers - Provides wider variety of connectivity partners, flexible onramp bandwidth


Network room at a Google data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa

Cisco-Backed RStor Aims to Change Data Center Architecture as We Know It - They built the cloud, and now they’re saying they have a better way to do it.

Red Hat Launches All-In-One Data Center Storage Solution - Working with its hardware partners, Red Hat launches a line of non-appliances to bring plug-and-play to its open source storage solutions.

What Windows Server 2019 Will Have to Offer for Data Centers - Microsoft is starting to talk about new features in Server 2019, expected in the second half of this year.

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Cyxtera Launches On-Demand HCI Compute, Connectivity Services - Nutanix-powered private cloud and on-demand connectivity first services enabled by new CXD platform

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