Global cybersecurity solutions provider Palo Alto Networks has completed its acquisition of cloud threat defense company RedLock. Palo Alto Networks pays approximately $173 million in cash to buy this company.
The new game Assassin's Creed Odyssey published by Ubisoft Entertainment and released on Nintendo Switch on Oct 5, 2018, is leveraging Ubitus’ GameCloud technology.
Security and compliance expert in healthcare cloud, ClearDATA, has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) DevOps Competency status. This designation recognizes ClearDATA’s “proven technology and deep healthcare” expertise to help payers and providers integrate onto the cloud with automated safeguards and configuration management tools on AWS.
Cloud-enabled file services company CTERA Networks has secured a $30 million Series D growth equity funding round. The new financing will be used for the expansion of CTERA’s global sales and delivery organization, with an emphasis on growth in Asia, and particularly in Southeast Asia and Singapore.
Cybera, a cloud-based networking company specializing in delivering application‐based SD‐WAN services, has established its EMEA headquarters in the UK. Industry veteran, Hubert Da Costa will lead Cyber’s EMEA operations.
''We’re not trying to make managing infrastructure easy. We want to make it totally unnecessary'', said Mathias Biilmann, founder and CEO of Netlify. The company has engineered a new platform for the web where content and applications are created directly on a global network - bypassing the need to ever setup or manage servers.
Cloudify has signed a strategic partnership with Brocade spin-off Lumina Networks – to productize a new open source plug-in to enable network service orchestration for brownfield networks that want to deploy NFV.
GTT will start delivering high-speed Internet services to members of The Quilt - a national coalition of nonprofit regional research and education networks representing 40 networks and more than 900 educational institutions in the U.S.
Cloudera and Hortonworks have entered into a definitive agreement under which the companies will combine in an all-stock merger of equals. The transaction will create one of the world’s leading data platform providers - spanning multi-cloud, on-premises and the edge.
PureSec, a global provider of serverless security solutions that launched in 2016 and currently counts 12 employees, has announced its $7 million series A round. This new funding round brings PureSec's capital raised to a total of $10 million.