Aviatrix Announces New Integrations to Expand Its Enterprise-Class Networking Solution on AWS

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AWS re:Invent 2020 – Aviatrix, the cloud network platform, announced today that it will be showcasing at AWS re:Invent 2020 how enterprise customers are benefiting from its most recent achievement of AWS Outposts Ready designation and support for AWS Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB) as well as its multi-cloud transit capabilities for AWS Lambda serverless computing. Visit Aviatrix, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Technology Partner that has achieved the AWS Networking Competency designation, at our AWS re:Invent 2020 virtual booth November 30 through December 18, to learn how Aviatrix’s leading cloud network platform delivers superior operational visibility, advanced networking and security control, and multi-cloud readiness for enterprises moving to AWS, or schedule a demo today.

“Aviatrix provides the right business-critical cloud networking platform tools that enable us to do what we need to do for our hybrid environment. There’s so much flexibility; whether it’s

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Broadway Stage Managers Form Group To Expand BIPOC Opportunities, Plan First Networking Event

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EXCLUSIVE: Another step is being taken in Broadway’s efforts to confront its own systemic racism: Broadway & Beyond, founded by stage and production managers of Hadestown, Frozen and Aladdin, has scheduled its first event to encourage and support young or aspiring stage managers of color.

Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon (A Soldier’s Play, American Son) will introduce a panel discussion and Q&A with professionals from Broadway, national tours, and regional theaters across the country as Broadway & Beyond’s kick-off virtual event, set for Thursday, Dec. 17. The panel will feature production supervisors, stage managers and general managers representing organizations including Disney Theatrical Productions, Bespoke Theatricals, Foresight Theatrical, RCI Theatricals, Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre, St. Louis’ Muny, Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre, among others.

The new organization – its full title is Broadway & Beyond: Access For Stage Managers Of Color – was

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Aviatrix Announces New Integrations to Expand Its Enterprise-Class Networking Solution on AWS – Press Release

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(Business Wire)–AWS re:Invent 2020 – Aviatrix, the cloud network platform, announced today that it will be showcasing at AWS re:Invent 2020 how enterprise customers are benefiting from its most recent achievement of AWS Outposts Ready designation and support for AWS Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB) as well as its multi-cloud transit capabilities for AWS Lambda serverless computing. Visit Aviatrix, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Technology Partner that has achieved the AWS Networking Competency designation, at our AWS re:Invent 2020 virtual booth November 30 through December 18, to learn how Aviatrix’s leading cloud network platform delivers superior operational visibility, advanced networking and security control, and multi-cloud readiness for enterprises moving to AWS, or schedule a demo today.

“Aviatrix provides the right business-critical cloud networking platform tools that enable us to do what we need to do for our hybrid environment. There’s so much flexibility; whether it’s network segmentation,

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Home Affairs wants to expand telco security reform notification requirements

Under Australia’s Telecommunications Sector Security Reforms (TSSR), all carriers and nominated carriage service providers (C/NCSPs) are required to notify the Communications Access Coordinator (CAC) of proposed changes to their telecommunications systems or services if they become aware of any proposed changes that are likely to have a “material adverse effect” on their capacity to comply with security obligations.

As of 30 June 2020, the Department of Home Affairs has received a total of 66 notifications. It told the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) the notifications received from carriers to date represented the vast majority of the fixed-line and mobile telecommunications market in Australia.

In its submission [PDF] to the PJCIS, Home Affairs suggested additional types of notices “with more nuanced language” to reflect various levels and types of risk and the urgency of adopting further mitigations.

See also: The disappointment of Australia’s new cybersecurity strategy

“Home Affairs

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Analysts: Salesforce could use Slack Connect to expand networking ambition

Salesforce’s interest in acquiring Slack could be the answer to its long search for a customer collaboration service.

The deal, which is reportedly being discussed by the two companies, could potentially see a B2B collaboration network built within Slack Connect, according to analysts.

Salesforce has added a variety of companies to its portfolio in recent years, using its expanding market cap to branch out into new sectors. MuleSoft was acquired in 2018 for $6.5 billion, and a further $15.3 billion was spent on data visualisation company Tableau in 2019.

However, a deal to acquire Slack would represent one of the biggest ever acquisitions in tech. The comms platform is currently valued at around $20bn, but it’s thought that the full cost of the acquisition could be on par with Microsoft’s $27 billion purchase of LinkedIn in 2016, or even IBM’s $34 billion deal to take over Red Hat in 2019.

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Governor Mills Announces Intent to Expand Research and Development of Floating Offshore Wind in Maine

State to seek nation’s first floating offshore wind research array, located in the Gulf of Maine, to advance new technology in collaboration with Maine’s fishing industry

To solidify Maine’s leadership in floating offshore wind energy and collaborate with Maine’s fisheries on the industry’s development, Governor Janet Mills today announced the State’s plan to create the country’s first floating offshore wind research array in the Gulf of Maine.

With some of the highest sustained wind speeds in the world, the Outer Continental Shelf of the Gulf of Maine has great potential for generating clean energy and economic opportunity for Maine, as offshore wind investment in the U.S. is estimated to top $70 billion through 2030.

Due to its deep waters, generating wind energy in the Gulf of Maine will likely come from floating offshore wind turbines, a technology still under development in the U.S which requires additional scientific study about its

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