News of Note—ETSI previews OSM platform; RapidScale serves up Citrix NetScaler SD-WAN; Google and more

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Here are the other stories we're following today.

> ETSI gave a preview of upcoming releases for its OSM project at the recent NFV-Zero Touch World Congress conference.  RCR Wireless article

> Cloud provider RapidScale is now offering Citrix's NetScaler SD-WAN as a standalone service. SDxCentral article

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>  Google released an open source framework, which is called "Asylo," in order to spur the development of confidential computing cloud applications.  Ars Technica article

> Twitter is moving part of its Hadoop data platform onto Google Cloud, which will give it the ability to scale its services if the need arises. GeekWire

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