News of Note—ONUG shifts name, but not focus, Red Hat, Microsoft partner on containers, CloudGenix scores Intel investment

News of note
Microsoft and Red Hat are now container partners. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> While ONUG has changed the meaning of its acronym name, it remains focused on large enterprise IT departments. SDxCentral article

> Red Hat and Microsoft are putting the former's Kubernates container orchestration platform on Microsoft's Azure.  ZDNet article

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> SD-WAN vendor CloudGenix was one of the beneficiaries of $72 million of funding by Intel Capital. TechCrunch article

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