Kyndryl, Microsoft, and Dell Technologies announce new integrated hybrid cloud solution

Kyndryl, Microsoft, and Dell Technologies have all teamed up to provide a new solution to help customers accelerate their cloud transformation projects.  The integrated hybrid cloud solution brings together strengths from Microsoft Azure, Kyndryl managed services, and Dell Technologies infrastructure. The offering is called Kyndryl Distributed Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), and … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Fledge

Fledge is an open source framework for building applications for the industrial edge. It aims to integrate the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), sensors, and other modern technologies with existing systems like Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Program Logic Controllers (PLC), and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).  According to LF Edge, which hosts the project, … continue reading

Google Cloud to launch cloud computing certification on edX

Google Cloud has announced that it is teaming up with the online learning platform edX to provide a certification program on its platform. According to Google Cloud, this partnership will offer edX’s 45 million users access to learn skills such as cloud basics, big data, machine learning, and Google Cloud specifics.  The course will launch … continue reading

Google Cloud Next ‘22: Google Cloud envisions the future of data clouds, open infrastructure, and more

Google Cloud Next ‘22 kicked off today. The event brings together companies from different industries to solve the challenges of tomorrow.  “With customer expectations and global markets rapidly changing, organizations need to make sure they are prepared for tomorrow by making the right decisions today,” Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud, wrote in a blog … continue reading

Camunda launches new framework for connecting people, systems, and devices

Process orchestration company Camunda has released a new integration framework for building reusable Connectors to use in low-code modeling.  According to Camunda, Connectors are used to bring together people, systems, and devices, so that companies can begin to achieve true end-to-end automation. “The majority of processes that our customers are orchestrating require multiple connections to … continue reading

Dell announces new Zero Trust features to help customers prevent security threats

Dell has announced new features and capabilities to help customers prevent, detect, and respond to security threats.  First up, it is now offering the ability for customers to disable PC ports before they ship. According to Dell, this will help prevent BIOS settings from being tampered with during shipping. Tamper-evident seals will also be made … continue reading

Dell and Wind River team up on telecom cloud infrastructure

Dell Technologies has teamed up with Wind River to develop a new telecom cloud infrastructure solution, Dell Telecom Infrastructure Blocks. The new offering will help communication service providers (CSPs) reduce cloud-native network complexity.  According to Dell, clouds for mobile networks are complex and expensive because they need to address distributed geographic areas, have strict SLAs, … continue reading

CNCF brings Istio in as Incubating project

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has announced that its Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept the service mesh Istio into the foundation as an Incubating project. Istio provides a way to secure, connect and monitor services in cloud-native applications. It offers features like zero-trust networking, policy enforcement, traffic management, load balancing, and … continue reading

Synopsys developers new streaming fabric for silicon data

Security company Synopsys has announced the release of a new streaming fabric to reduce test times, minimize power usage, and make silicon data more accessible.  The new technology features an on-chip network that transports silicon data to and from design blocks and multi-die systems.  According to Synopsys, ensuring the health and uptime of silicon requires … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Arlon

Arlon is a new open-source project that defines an architecture that utilizes GitOps, declarative APIs, and Kubernetes to manage infrastructure and workloads.  The project was created by cloud native company Platform9. The company says that Arlon is the first open-source project to automate and integrate infrastructure and workload life cycle management. Arlon combines ClusterAPI, a … continue reading

ServiceNow Tokyo release unlocks greater value from tech investments

ServiceNow has released the latest version of its Now platform. According to the company, the main theme of this release, Now Platform Tokyo, is to allow companies to unlock greater value from their tech investments during a time of economic uncertainty.  Several new features in this release help assist with that goal of unlocking value. … continue reading

Dispelling the misconceptions around observability

Observability is a term that’s being used to describe just about anything to do with monitoring, but it’s not as simple as just monitoring the performance of an application or server. Observability can provide you with so much more information that traditional monitoring could.  In order to dispel some of the common misconceptions about observability, … continue reading

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