“For the past 15 years we’ve watched companies tackle their journey to the cloud and knew there was a need for greater automation across the entire process and a way to make the generational innovation of cloud computing accessible to more businesses,” said John Peak, CEO of ReactorWorks, the startup behind Matter. “The market continues to offer solutions that tackle one, or possibly two of the vital elements required to migrate or deploy critical applications to the cloud, and yet we see that more than half of all migrations are failed or stalled.”
StorageCraft releases plug-and-play disaster recovery appliance
StorageCraft has announced a new plug-and-play disaster recovery appliance. The OneXafe Solo 300 streams data straight to StorageCraft Cloud Services to allow for business continuity. It is designed for small businesses as it does not have any upfront costs.
In addition, there is no limit on the number of machines it supports and backs up.
“The combination of simple, affordable and enterprise-class business continuity with a seamless growth path has not been available for SMBs,” said Shridar Subramanian, vice president of product management at StorageCraft. “The OneXafe Solo 300 plug-and-play appliance changes this. We are already seeing the excitement and strong demand from channel partners in the OneXafe Solo beta program. They can now serve and grow all segments of their business continuity portfolio with ease and at unprecedented economics, through a single StorageCraft technology stack.”
34 million vulnerabilities found in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform
Palo Alto Networks has just released a report that reveals there are over 34 million vulnerabilities in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. AWS has the most vulnerabilities, by a significant amount. According to the report there are 29.1 million vulnerabilities in AWS EC2, 1.7 million in Azure Virtual Machine, and 3.9 million in GCP Compute Engine.
In addition, the report revealed that over 40,000 container platform use default configurations. This can lead to them being easily identified.