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NAKIVO Cloud Backup & Replication Released With vSphere 6.7 Support and Cross-Platform Recovery

NAKIVO has released version 7.5 of its Backup & Replication solution for cloud environments. The latest NAKIVO product version supports vSphere 6.7 and adds integration with major storage vendors such as DELL EMC Data Domain and NETGEAR ReadyNAS.

Cloud Native Storage Company Portworx Expands Container Data Management Options for AWS

Portworx has announced that Amazon ECS has integrated with Portworx’s flagship product PX-Enterprise, enabling “mission critical” stateful workloads to run in Docker containers with dynamic provisioning, cross-Availability Zone “high availability”, application consistent snapshots, auto-scaling and encryption functionality.

Logicworks Introduces Compliance Assessment for AWS Cloud and Microsoft Azure

Logicworks, a cloud services provider form New York focused on delivering compliant cloud solutions to customers in the finance, healthcare, and SaaS industries has released its Compliance Assessment product for Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud) and Microsoft Azure.

New Continuum Data Centers Joins Open19 Foundation

Colocation provider New Continuum Data Centers has joined the Open19 Foundation. Open19 Foundation is a non-profit organization, somewhat comparable to like Open Compute Project (OCP), founded in 2017 by Flex, GE Digital, HP Enterprise, LinkedIn and Vapor IO.

‘Hyperscalers Drive Our Data Center Business,’ Says Tony DeSpirito, Schneider Electric

The public cloud services market is projected to grow 21.4 percent in 2018 to total $186.4 billion, up to $153.5 billion in 2017. HJ.com had an interview with Tony DeSpirito, Schneider Electric’s Vice President/General Manager of Data Center Operation Services, discussing the impact of this hyperscaler market dominance.

Gutenberg Will Bring Us a ‘Drag-and-Drop’ WordPress Editing Experience

The architecture of the WordPress platform is quite user-friendly already, with an extensive number of themes. Creating a dream website does take time and a bit more technical knowledge however, even with a platform like WordPress. That’s where Gutenberg comes in.

Managed vs. Unmanaged Servers for Magento Hosting

Dedicated server hosting is ideal for a busy Magento store, but should you choose a managed or unmanaged server? Managed vs. unmanaged Magento hosting, which is the right choice for an e-commerce store? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each, and consider which is best for Magento retailers. By Josh Ward.

Web Hosting Provider TransIP Group Buys It-Ernity, Grows Annual Turnover to €70M

TransIP Group, a Dutch web hosting and cloud provider, has acquired another company from the Netherlands, IT-Ernity Holding - the hosting and Internet solutions company behind the brands Proserve, CloudVPS, Signet, VDX, Web plug and DDS.

Top-10 Internet of Things (IoT) Projects and Trends, First Half of 2018 #HJpicks

Every Monday, the HostingJournalist.com editorial staff is publishing a special selection of editorial pieces on a certain topic or trend. This week we’re providing you with a Top-10 list of the most interesting news items on Internet of Things (IoT) projects and market trends. Follow #HJpicks for updates.

AWS Announces Availability of Its “Built-for-the-Cloud” Database Amazon Aurora Serverless

Amazon Aurora Serverless, a new deployment option for Amazon Aurora that automatically starts, scales, and shuts down database capacity with per-second billing for applications with less predictable usage patterns, is now generally available.

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