Topic: ai

Cloudera and NVIDIA partner to accelerate generative AI adoption

Cloudera has announced a partnership with NVIDIA to help support generative AI capabilities for its customers. More specifically, NVIDIA’s NIM microservices, which is part of NVIDIA AI Enterprise, will be integrated with Cloudera Machine Learning, the company explained.  Cloudera explained that NIM and NeMo Retriever microservices can be used by developers to link AI models … continue reading

MinIO launches new features for scaling up infrastructure to support AI workloads

MinIO announced the MinIO Enterprise Object Store, a new product that enables the creation and management of exabyte-scale data infrastructure for commercial customers. The MinIO Enterprise Object Store is expressly designed for the performance and scale challenges introduced by massive AI workloads. It’s available to new and existing MinIO customers and carries a commercial license. … continue reading

Pure Storage announces new self-service storage management

Pure Storage announced new self-service features for its Pure1 storage management platform and Evergreen portfolio. These enhancements are part of the company’s ongoing effort to offer valuable, software-based solutions through a unified platform experience to its global customer base.  This strategic shift underscores Pure Storage’s commitment to adapting to the changing needs of modern enterprises, … continue reading

Cloudflare releases two new security solutions for preventing AI-based attacks

Cloudflare has announced two new security solutions designed to help protect against AI-based threats: Defensive AI, a personalized approach to securing organizations against risks caused by AI, and Firewall for AI, which scans LLM prompts for language commonly used in attacks.  Defensive AI provides tailored mitigations that enable the protection of critical applications and entire … continue reading

InvGate is tackling overworked IT teams with new AI features that lighten workloads

The IT service management company InvGate is trying to use AI to reduce IT professional stress and burnout. It is releasing InvGate AI Hub, which is a set of generative AI tools that are designed to lower IT teams’ workloads by simplifying complex tasks.  For example, it can speed up the creation of knowledge bases … continue reading

Red Hat partners with several companies on multiple network sustainability initiatives

Red Hat is attempting to tackle the challenge of sustainability in telecom networks with a number of new innovations from partnerships that are being highlighted at MWC in Barcelona this week. According to the company, AI can be a useful tool in this initiative, however there are many challenges to solve, such as collecting enough … continue reading

GoTo announces AI assistant for IT support

GoTo has recently unveiled GoPilot, a novel AI assistant designed for GoTo Resolve, which is a remote access tool for IT support teams. This new assistant is set to transform IT professionals’ approach towards managing and supporting their device fleet. GoPilot offers a smart, interactive tool that delivers a complete overview of user endpoints, facilitating … continue reading

Recast Software’s third-party patching catalog now includes over 2,000 applications

The endpoint management solution provider Recast Software has announced the release of its latest software update, version 5.4. This new version, which is now available for download, marks a significant expansion of Recast Software’s third-party patching catalog. The solution now has over 2,000 applications, which provides businesses a comprehensive approach to application management and vulnerability … continue reading

IBM unveils LinuxONE 4 Express

IBM has introduced the IBM LinuxONE 4 Express, a new pre-configured rack mount system tailored to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as well as new data center environments.  This system is designed to deliver the latest performance, security, and AI capabilities of the LinuxONE platform, providing cost savings and simplifying the … continue reading

NIST identifies cyberattacks that manipulate AI behavior

The recent publication by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their partners highlights a significant vulnerability in AI/ML systems: the susceptibility to adversarial attacks.  NIST states that the challenge is that training data for AI systems may not always be reliable in a blog post. The data often comes from online sources … 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

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

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