Striim, provider of a stream data integration solution for moving data in real time to the cloud and other targets, has announced the general availability of Striim version 3.9.7.
At VMworld 2019 Europe last week, VMware has announced a new multi-tenancy service for ‘VMware Cloud on AWS.’ The new capability would make this cloud service more attractive and available to customers of all sizes through MSPs.
Together with partner VMware, Atos has announced the launch of its ‘Digital Hybrid Cloud’ offering - a fully managed hybrid cloud solution.
IBM has designed a “financial services-ready” public cloud. Bank of America will be a committed collaborator to use the platform built on IBM's public cloud.
MongoDB turns out to be quite popular in China. Most downloads of the MongoDB database platform have actually been from China in the last couple of years. No wonder that MongoDB is now announcing a partnership with Alibaba Cloud.
OnApp has launched its CPaaS solution, giving MSPs and enterprises a complete cloud platform for running their own public, private or hybrid cloud services, without the cost and complexity of having to build, manage and support the underlying hardware and software infrastructure.
AWS has lost the race for a $10-billion (€9-billion) contract from the US Department of Defense (DoD). It’s Microsoft who “surprisingly” has won the bidding for the billion-dollar order from the Pentagon.
Porsche Informatik, Porsche Holding Salzburg's in-house IT service provider responsible for development of tailor-made business software for the automotive trade, has selected HPE as their digital foundation powering the company’s innovation agenda.
Red Hat has announced Red Hat OpenShift 4.2 - the latest version of their enterprise Kubernetes platform. The 4.2 release would bring new developer client tooling and local development experiences to OpenShift users.
The OpenStack community today released Train, the 20th version of the open source cloud infrastructure software - widely deployed in the cloud and hosting industry.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Nutanix have announced the general availability of HPE’s integrated hybrid cloud as a service (aaS) offering, HPE GreenLake for Nutanix, and the HPE ProLiant DX solution.
Nutanix’s hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) platform is now integrated with the ServiceNow IT Operations Management solution to automate private cloud workflows.
Zenoss, a provider of software-defined intelligent application and service monitoring, has launched its multi-cloud serverless monitoring solution.
Hyperscalers like Google, Facebook and Amazon already have it available, their own chip to run Artificial Intelligence (AI). Now there is another cloud provider on the market launching its own AI chip, namely Alibaba.