Logz.io brings APM to its observability platform with release of App 360

Logz.io, which produces the Open 360 observability platform, has announced the release of a new product called App 360. App 360 improves the Open 360 portfolio by providing functionality for Application Performance Monitoring (APM) use cases in the observability platform, at a lower cost that most APM solutions, Logz.io explained.  “App 360 takes everything that’s … continue reading

IBM releases new app-centric connectivity solution

IBM Hybrid Cloud Mesh, which IBM announced earlier this year, is now officially available. The new solution is a SaaS product for connecting applications to the network in a secure, easy, app-centric way. “Just as cloud can provide a virtual platform to consume underlying resources like compute and storage, app-centric connectivity offers a new network … continue reading

Gartner: 3 actions I&O leaders can take to deal with reduced or stagnant budgets

Infrastructure and Operations (I&O) leaders are struggling with funding that “only keeps pace with inflation at best.” According to a new survey from Gartner, 41% of I&O leaders said their budgets increased in 2023 to account for inflation, while 37% had their budgets cut or did not increase enough to keep pace with current inflation. … continue reading

TeamViewer announces integration with Lansweeper to improve asset monitoring capabilities

The remote desktop access solution TeamViewer is improving its remote monitoring and management offering by integrating Lansweeper technology into it.  Lansweeper provides IT asset discovery and inventory capabilities, which provides IT administrators greater visibility into the IT infrastructure.  It provides accurate mapping of every device that is connected to a network, including information about the … continue reading

6 trends that will have an impact on I&O in 2024, according to Gartner

Gartner is kicking off its IT Infrastructure, Operations & Cloud Strategies conference by revealing the top six trends it believes will have an impact on infrastructure and operations (I&O) in the next 12 to 18 months. “I&O leaders have little time, skills and budget to track emerging trends and the full impact of those on … continue reading

Gartner: Follow “Generative Transformation” principles to successfully adapt to constantly changing technologies

Technology evolution is speeding up and changing faster than ever. In the keynote of the Gartner Infrastructure, Operations & Cloud Strategies Conference, Thomas Bittman, distinguished VP analyst at Gartner, explained that just as we get comfortable with something, something else pops up.  Therefore, digital transformation is not a one-time thing; it is an ongoing process … continue reading

Code execution vulnerabilities: Three preventative steps you need to take now

Hidden software vulnerabilities are silent nightmares waiting to awaken chaos. Though security is still a priority with the rise of DevSecOps, there continues to be a sharp increase in exploitable vulnerabilities this year compared to last. Among these vulnerabilities, code execution attacks stand out as some of the sneakiest and worst threats. Remote code execution … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: FOCUS

The FinOps Cost and Usage Specification (FOCUS) provides consistency and standardization to cloud cost data. It helps companies visualize the value of cloud services and transforms complex billing data into a simple standardized schema.  FOCUS simplifies multi-cloud billing data, enhances reporting consistency across various vendors, and streamlines FinOps capabilities such as allocation, chargeback, budgeting, forecasting, … continue reading

Canonical joins RISC-V Software Ecosystem

Canonical has joined the RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE) to contribute to the development of open-source software for RISC-V, which is an instruction set architecture specification. This move aligns with Canonical’s mission to empower developers and businesses with open source solutions for efficient application building, deployment, and scaling, according to the company in a post.  The … continue reading

ManageEngine enhances Log360 with features that improve the accuracy and precision of SIEM

ManageEngine introduced a dual-layered threat detection system in its security information and event management (SIEM) solution, Log360.  This feature, part of Log360’s threat detection, investigation, and response (TDIR) component called Vigil IQ, aims to enhance the accuracy and precision of threat detection for security operations center (SOC) teams. The move is in response to challenges … continue reading

Charmed Kubeflow 1.8 released to enable professionals to easily develop and deploy AI/ML model

Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, has released Charmed Kubeflow 1.8, the latest version of the company’s managed version of the Kubeflow project, which is an open-source MLOps platform.  This platform enables the development and deployment of AI/ML models and is compatible with various cloud environments, including hybrid and multi-cloud setups.  The new release also introduces … continue reading

Open-source developer tools have won: That’s a massive supply chain risk

It’s a done deal. In terms of market share, mindshare, and innovation, open source developer tools have won the battle for the hearts and tool belts of engineers everywhere. From IDEs like Eclipse or Visual Studio Code, with its open-source core, build tools like Jenkins and Maven, to package managers like HomeBrew, Nix, and npm, … continue reading

Broadcom acquires VMware

Broadcom announced that it has acquired VMware to work on solutions that help customers optimize their private, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments, and to run applications and services from anywhere. Broadcom is shifting its focus towards assisting enterprise customers in developing and modernizing their private and hybrid cloud environments. The company plans to invest in VMware … continue reading

Modern network management needs to be experience-driven

Driving a new car for the first time used to be easy. You stepped in, turned the key, let go of the handbrake, and off you went. Not so now. Once seated, you press a button – or should you turn a key? – checking your foot is on the footbrake. Looking for the handbrake, … continue reading

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