Topic: aws

Logz.io 360 released to help with better Kubernetes observability

Logz.io revealed its Open 360 Platform at AWS re:Invent 2022 to deliver to help observability teams focus on, and pay for, only the most critical data. Users will gain centralized, cross-stack Kubernetes observability to an expanded data collection agent. Open 360 includes Logz.io Kubernetes 360 to deliver unified observability for Kubernetes environments, Logz.io Telemetry Collector … continue reading

Economic uncertainty, cloud-native technology, and demands for data sovereignty will reshape the cloud in 2023

Economic uncertainty, cloud-native technology, and demands for data sovereignty will reshape the cloud in 2023, according to the Predictions 2023: Cloud Computing report by Forrester.  Despite the economic uncertainty that lies ahead, cloud-native is projected to go mainstream as companies plan to freeze investment in legacy systems and invest more in technologies such as Kubernetes.  … continue reading

Amazon File Cache now available

AWS has announced Amazon File Cache, a new high-speed cache service on AWS designed for processing file data stored in varying locations.  It gives applications access to using the POSIX interface, regardless of whether it is on-premises or on any file system that can be accessed through NFS v3 or on Amazon Simple Storage Service … continue reading

AWS Private 5G released to enable users to deploy private mobile networks

The team at AWS unveiled AWS Private 5G, a new service that allows users to design and deploy their own private mobile network in just a few days. This network can be used to communicate with the sensors and actuators in smart factories, or to provide better connectivity for handheld devices, scanners, and tablets for … continue reading

AWS Cloud WAN launches to help companies build WANs

AWS has just announced the availability of AWS Cloud WAN, which is a new managed service aimed at helping customers build and operate wide area networks (WAN).  These networks can be used to connect data centers, branch offices, or any location where a company has resources they want to connect. Typically, to connect these, network … continue reading

AWS disaster recovery strategies

Disasters are unavoidable and can cause irreparable damage to enterprises’ technical infrastructures. For organizations, this damage can turn out to be more monetary and reputational as they can lose data and clients. Thus, organizations usually have backup servers and recovery data centers as the first-response strategy. However, building resilience in this way is both costly … continue reading

ThreatMapper 1.2.0 released with new attack path visualizations

Observability company Deepfence launched new ThreatMapper features to provide DevSecOps professionals with new attack path visualizations, most exploitable vulnerabilities calculations, and AWS Fargate support.  ThreatMapper finds hidden attack paths by continuously correlating vulnerabilities with network traffic, identifying much harder to find vulnerable services that are further downstream, behind proxies and exposed indirectly to potentially malicious … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Google Cloud acquires Siemplify; 1NCE and AWS partnership; and Ontic updates Real-Time Threat Detection

Google Cloud has acquired Siemplify, which is a provider of security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR). According to Google Cloud, this acquisition will enable it to further its vision of offering a modern threat management stack that will empower customers to go beyond security event and information management (SIEM) and extended detection and response (XDR) … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: AWS EBS Snapshots Archive and Recycle Bin; AWS Control Tower Account Factory for Terraform; AWS IoT Greengrass now integrates with AWS Systems Manager

AWS’ annual re:Invent conference kicked off yesterday in Las Vegas, NE, and already the company has made a number of announcements. In addition, several other companies have announced updates at the event. Here are a few highlights of the news so far:   Amazon EBS Snapshots Archive and Recycle Bin announced Amazon EBS is a block … continue reading

ITOps news digest: AWS announces the availability of Amazon EC2 R6i instances, Red Hat bolters partnerships, IOTech partners with Google Cloud

The general availability of Amazon EC2 R6i instances are designed for memory-intensive workloads. ​​Like M6i and C6i instances, these new R6i instances are built on the AWS Nitro System, building blocks that can offload a lot of the traditional virtualization functions to dedicated, delivering high performance, high availability, and highly secure cloud instances. The new … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: VMware Cross-Cloud services in AWS Marketplace; AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery; Microsoft and JetStream partnership

VMware has announced that Carbon Black Cloud and Tanzu are now available on the AWS Marketplace. According to VMware, this will provide customers with benefits like accelerating applications modernization, migrating workloads to the cloud, adopting a cloud operating model, and securely connecting a distributed workforce to cloud-based resources.  “Whether a customer has transitioned their business … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: AWS Resilience Hub; Freshservice updates; CWS and Fugue partnership

Amazon has announced the AWS Resilience Hub, which allows IT teams to define, track, and manage the resilience of applications. It lets teams define Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) for applications, assesses whether the application’s configuration meets requirements, and provides a resilience score and recommendations.  The AWS Resilience Hub can be … continue reading

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