Daily Roundup: What the Heck Is Open XDR?

In case you’ve been stuck in video conference meetings all day, here are today’s top stories from SDxCentral.

What the Heck Is Open XDR?

XDR vendors have recently glommed on to the “open” label for their products and approaches, and none of their definitions of open XDR are the same. Read more.

Verizon Taps Versa, Zscaler for Managed SASE Play

Verizon is the latest U.S. carrier to roll out a managed SASE offering. The service is built on Versa Networks’ SD-WAN and Zscaler’s cloud-based security functionality. Read more.

Fortinet Expands SD-WAN Service Provider Menagerie

Fortinet today added four more managed service providers to its SD-WAN collection. Read more.

VMware, Vapor IO Reveal First Open Grid System

VMware and Vapor IO said the Multi-Cloud Services Grid will be available in Las Vegas, Pittsburgh, and Dallas later this year. Read more.

Dell Directs IT Chops to Aid Open Telecom Systems

“To the extent that we are an information technology infrastructure company, this is all IP infrastructure, it’s just now making its way into a whole new domain called the telecom network,” Dell SVP Dennis Hoffman said. Read more.

NetFoundry, Oracle Cloud Tease App-Side Zero Trust

NetFoundry‘s latest Oracle Cloud integration makes it easier for developers to build zero-trust security into their apps. Read more.

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