Akamai has announced new edge capabilities to help customers create better user experiences.
It is making EdgeWorkers more flexible with new resource tiers that enable customers to better fit their needs. The two tiers are Basic Compute, which is suitable for applications that require lower CPU and memory consumption, and Dynamic Compute, which is suitable for applications that demand higher levels.
Other new features include EdgeKV, which provides low-latency access to data at the edge, and API acceleration, which uses special hardware, reserved capacity, and prioritized routing to ensure successful completion of API transactions.
Red Hat launches migration toolkit for virtualization
The new toolkit will help companies accelerate their open hybrid cloud strategies. Customers can use the toolkit to migrate VMs to OpenShift.
According to Red Hat, this gives organizations the ability to easily access workloads that are running on virtual machines.
“Red Hat strongly believes in the power of Kubernetes and Linux containers as the foundation of digital transformation but we know that the leap to cloud-native technologies can be intimidating. With Red Hat’s migration toolkit for virtualization, we’re aiming to make the arduous process of moving your virtual machines to containers simpler and more efficient while minimizing risk,” said James Labocki, senior director of product management, Red Hat.
Cisco DNA Center 2.2.2 now available
The new release includes a number of updates that improve performance, speed adoption, and increase scale and security.
New capabilities include ThousandEyes agent deployment, enhanced comparative analytics, enhanced network heatmaps, baselines dashboard, wireless planning tool integration, express setup, stepwise evolution to SD-access, continuous trust monitoring, increased number of clients, faster image upgrades, better resiliency, APIs for security advisories, and in-product ROI reports.