CLOUD ARCHIVES - Page 2

LogRhythm Unfurls AI Cloud Service to Enhance Security

12 Oct, 2017

LogRhythm plans to make available a series of add-on modules infused with artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to make it simpler to detect advanced security threats and ongoing attacks.

Making Storage Work Across Hybrid Clouds

11 Oct, 2017

A new generation of cloud management solutions is starting to delve into the intricacies of storage to hopefully bring the dream of true hybrid performance closer to reality.

Data Dynamics Simplifies Storage Management Across Multiple Platforms

05 Oct, 2017

Data Dynamics StorageX 8.0 automatically converts files into an object-based format that is compatible with the S3 interface that Amazon Web Services (AWS) employs in its public cloud service.

Software to Help the Enterprise Discover the Cloud

04 Oct, 2017

Managing cloud resources requires a more nuanced view of data operations than is needed for traditional IT infrastructure.

Scale Computing Partners with Google to Create Hybrid HCI Platform

29 Sep, 2017

Scale Computing says HC3 Cloud Unity is really the first instance of a true hybrid cloud where the public cloud is a seamless extension of a local compute platform.

Will IT Ever Become Self-Managing?

29 Sep, 2017

While the vendor and provider communities have been quick to implement the abstraction and the scalability on hybrid platforms, the self-managing aspect has been a little slower to evolve.

SAP Extends Cloud Reach

26 Sep, 2017

SAP now has the broadest level of multi-cloud support because apps can be deployed on GCP, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), the IBM Cloud and on-premises IT environments.

Blending HCI and Hybrid Clouds

25 Sep, 2017

The two major trends affecting enterprise infrastructure are the cloud and hyperconverged systems, both of which seem to be enjoying more of a symbiotic relationship than parallel development tracks.

Hortonworks Unveils Distributed Data Plane Service

25 Sep, 2017

Hortonworks DataPlane Service can be deployed on a public cloud or in on-premises environments to create a distributed data fabric across an open source computing environment.

Can OpenStack Rescue the Hybrid Cloud?

22 Sep, 2017

Is this a new beginning for OpenStack, or will the enterprise continue to face seemingly insurmountable hurdles to a seamless, distributed data ecosystem?

Qumulo Extends Global File System to AWS

21 Sep, 2017

Qumulo File Fabric software can now be deployed on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in addition to on-premises environments.

Cisco Shifts IT Management into the Cloud

21 Sep, 2017

Cisco Intersight marks the first time an IT vendor has been able to deliver a programmable cloud management service that automates the management of IT infrastructure on an end-to-end basis.

Vexata Unveils Storage Operating Systems for NVMe

20 Sep, 2017

Active Data Fabric from Vexata is a software-defined OS that can be deployed across a controller, router and data node consisting of SSDs. IT can also opt to deploy Active Data Fabric on a public cloud.

IBM Appliance Accelerates Migration of Data into IBM Cloud

18 Sep, 2017

The IBM Cloud Mass Data Migration appliance allows up to 120 TB of encrypted data to be transferred into the IBM Cloud within 48 hours of receiving the appliance back.

Micro Focus Expands Reach of Vertica Columnar Database

18 Sep, 2017

Vertica 9 brings with it support for additional machine learning capabilities as well as the ability to deploy Vertica on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Rackspace Acquires Datapipe to Scale Cloud Management

15 Sep, 2017

Today, anywhere between 15 to 20 percent of application workloads are managed by a third party such as Rackspace.

The Right Approach to a Multi-Cloud Architecture

14 Sep, 2017

The enterprise is moving quickly from a single-cloud deployment strategy to one that encompasses multiple clouds.

AI Building a Smarter Cloud

13 Sep, 2017

Artificial intelligence is certain to affect IT infrastructure in a big way, but it seems that most of the immediate changes will take place on the cloud long before they seep into the enterprise data center.

Atlassian Unfurls Stride Collaboration Cloud Service

08 Sep, 2017

Stride provides access to a broad range of mediums that allows end users to more naturally collaborate within the context of a specific project.

VMware and the Cloud Ahead

31 Aug, 2017

The enterprise is comfortable relying on VMware virtualization for server infrastructure, so it is not much of a stretch to think they would want to extend that familiar management environment onto the cloud.

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