News of Note—Open source's vulnerabilities; Cato Networks on SD-WAN security

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IBM announced a new data-management platform built on microservices and deployed on top of Kubernates. (Pixabay)

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> Because of its distributed nature, open source requires different security measures than those currently being used for proprietary software. InfoQ article

> Cato Networks' vice president of marketing defended his company's security on its SD-WAN offering. Channel Partners article

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> IBM announced a new data-management platform built on microservices and deployed on top of Kubernates. Container Journal article

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