Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Cloud Hosting

Cloud computing is the availability of computer system resources in the form of storage, databases, networking, software and analytics over the internet. Cloud services help companies to lower their operating costs and scale a business as requirements change. Well known companies that deliver a wide range of cloud services are cloud providers like Amazon, Google and Microsoft. In this category you find our news articles about Cloud and Cloud Hosting.

Red Hat Buys Kubernetes-Native Security Company StackRox

Open source solutions company Red Hat has announced its intent to acquire StackRox, an innovator in container and Kubernetes-native security. The acquisition would further RedHat’s vision to deliver a single, holistic platform that enables users to build, deploy and securely run nearly any application across the entirety of the hybrid cloud.

New Report on Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud and Data Center Outsourcing Market

Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a global technology research and advisory firm, has released a research study examining the large and growing market for private cloud, hybrid cloud and data center outsourcing services.

Expert Blog: How DLP Systems Have Changed

The DLP systems market, as the industry veterans remember it, looked quite different from what it is today. Initially, DLP (Data Loss Prevention) systems were cumbersome and provided modest capabilities. The planning and implementation processes could take about six months. Today, these systems have changed. Read the Expert Blog by David Balaban.

Pax8 Acquires UK-based Cloud Hosting Company Wirehive

Pax8, a company facilitating how organizations buy, sell and manage cloud solutions, has acquired cloud hosting and consultancy company, Wirehive. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, Wirehive provides Pax8 with expanded reach across new technologies and geographies.

IBM Study: Majority of CIOs and CTOs Not Prepared for IT Needs of the...

Many corporate IT leaders say their organizations are not prepared for the future IT needs of the business and nearly all are moving to advance their transition to cloud infrastructure, according to a new IBM (NYSE: IBM) survey of leaders at mid-sized and large companies in the United States and United Kingdom.

Datadog Helps ParkMobile Migrate to AWS and Eliminate Data Center

ParkMobile, a provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the U.S., has utilized Datadog for monitoring, APM, and logging during its migration from an on-premises data center to a cloud-based environment on Amazon Web Services (AWS). ParkMobile relied on Datadog throughout its migration journey and continues to use Datadog for observability into metrics, traces, and logs.

Daimler Transforms Its IT Operating Model with Infosys

Daimler will transform its IT operating model and infrastructure landscape across workplace services, service desk, data center, networks and SAP Basis together with Infosys. The partnership would enable the company to deepen its focus on software engineering and to establish a fully scalable on-demand digital IT infrastructure and anytime-anywhere workplace.

ECS Awarded $28.8M US Marine Corps Cloud Service & Support Contract

ECS has been awarded a five-year, $28.8 million contract by the United States Marine Corps (USMC) Department of Manpower and Reserve Affairs (M&RA).

Cloud Data Warehouse Firebolt Launches with $37M in Funding

Firebolt, a cloud data warehouse purpose-built for high performance analytics, has unveiled a new class of cloud data warehouse as a service and announced $37 million of financing. Thanks to its “groundbreaking” technology, Firebolt, would allow companies to analyze much larger volumes of data than previously possible.

Lemongrass Unveils Disaster Recovery Service for SAP on AWS

Managed services provider Lemongrass has launched a Disaster Recovery service for companies with SAP systems running in on-premises data centers or cloud environments. The service, which leverages CloudEndure, enables the automated, quick cutover of targeted machines into AWS.

Aramco Brings Google Cloud Services to Saudi Arabia

Saudi Aramco Development Company, a subsidiary of Aramco, has teamed up with Google Cloud to offer “high-performance, low-latency” cloud services to enterprise customers in Saudi Arabia.
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