Episode 7: 2/13/2017
Ned Bellavance, Enterprise Architect for Infrastructure Solutions
Chris Hayner, Architect for Infrastructure Solutions
- RSA Conference is this week
- New features in Azure Security Center
- WordPress vulnerability on unpatched sites
- F5 HTTPS vulnerability
- In-memory viruses running on bank computers
Intel Kaby Lake Announced
- Sticking with 14nm process
- Kaby Lake won’t run Windows 7
- Microsoft previous attempt to limit processor support
Data Center Consolidation
- Verizon rumored to be selling Terramark
- Verizon’s sale of data centers to Equinix
- TierPoint buys Windstream and Xand
- Mini DC acquisitions for early 2017
- TierPoint buys CoSentry
- Blueprint for a Quantum Computer
- How does a Quantum Computer work?
- Spooky Action at a Distance Demonstrated
- Programming the Universe
- Actual Story: I don’t know, Timmy, being God is a big responsibility
- Whatever the heck Chris was reading
Director, Cloud Solutions and Microsoft MVP: Cloud (Azure/Azure Stack) & DC Mgmt
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