Topic: aws

ITOps Times news digest: AWS Ground Station, AWS Backup supports AWS CloudFormation, and Velero 1.0

In order to provide a more cost effective method for downloading satellite data, AWS has launched AWS Ground Station. AWS Ground Station allows customers to control satellites and download data from them into AWS Global Infrastructure Regions using a managed network of ground station antennas, the company explained. According to AWS, satellites are being used … continue reading

BMC extends hybrid cloud integrations in Control-M 19

Digital transformation company BMC Software has announced the latest version of its application workflow orchestration platform. Control-M 19 is designed to streamline workflows across hybrid infrastructures with a series of new cloud integrations and automation enhancements. Cloud native integrations for Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure join the existing Google integrations and include AWS Lambda, … continue reading

Morpheus multi-cloud management gets OpenStack, AWS CloudFormation and Dell EMC integrations

Cloud application management and orchestration company Morpheus Data released updates for its Morpheus multi-cloud management platform today, including enhanced OpenStack support, AWS CloudFormation automation support and support for storage and cloud using Dell Technologies. Morpheus explained that with the updates to its platform’s OpenStack integration, users can now orchestrate actions like creating OpenStack Octavia load … continue reading

DevOps World | Jenkins World: The building blocks of cloud-native application development

Cloud-native applications are on the rise. In fact, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation recently released a report that found the use of cloud-native technologies in production increased more than 200 percent in the last couple of months. However, Justin Graham, senior manager of market strategy and ecosystem development for AWS, finds that the more a … continue reading

Expanded services and capacity is coming to VMware Cloud on AWS

VMware and Amazon Web Services are expanding the services, capacity and geographic coverage of their jointly engineered, hybrid cloud offering that went live one year ago this week. The companies revealed they will add AWS Relational Database Service (RDS) and Elastic Block Storage (EBS) to VMware Cloud on AWS, during this week’s annual VMworld conference … continue reading

VMware announces improved cloud security and integrations at VMworld 2018

VMware is partnering with Amazon Web Services on the Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware. The companies made the announcement this week at the VMworld 2018 conference taking place in Las Vegas. The database is a new solution VMware says will bring easier management and migration of VMware, AWS or hybrid database running on VMware … continue reading

Twistlock introduces cloud-native forensics in latest release

Twistlock, a provider of container and cloud security solutions, has announced the release of Twistlock 2.5. This release introduces cloud-native forensics to the Twistlock platform with the addition of forensic data collection and correlation. The platform maintains a spool of process and network activity for each node in an environment. It only centralizes and correlates … continue reading

TrilioVault 3.0 expands backup and recovery options

Trilio has announced the latest release of TrilioVault, version 3.0. According to the company, this release marks a step forward in providing data protection to OpenStack and KVM users as they build public, private, and multicloud infrastructures. TrilioVault 3.0 expands the solution’s backup target options by adding support for both on-premises and cloud storage via … continue reading

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 focuses on bridging infrastructures

SUSE today announced the release of its latest operating system SUSE Linux Enterprise 15. The company says version 15 is designed to help companies going through a digital transformation, and focuses on bridging multimodal IT infrastructures. “As organizations around the world transform their enterprise systems to embrace modern and agile technologies, multiple infrastructures for different … continue reading

Amazon EKS is now available

AWS has announced the general availability of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS). Amazon EKS is a fully managed service for deploying, managing, and scaling containerized applications using Kubernetes on AWS. “More customers run containers on AWS and Kubernetes on AWS than anywhere else,” said Deepak Singh, director of AWS Compute Services. “Prior … continue reading

JFrog brings Kubernetes registry to Amazon Web Services Marketplace

JFrog has announced it is bringing a Kubernetes registry with Helm, Docker, npm and universal repository to the Amazon Web Services Marketplace. According to the company, this is the first Kubernetes Registry available on AWS. The registry is available through JFrog Artifactory Cloud solution. Artifactory Cloud is a secure private Docker Registry for hosting local … continue reading

NAKIVO expands disaster recovery functionality Backup and Replication v7.4

Virtualization and cloud backup company NAKIVO has announced version 7.4 of NAKIVO Backup and Replication with a long list of features and improvements. According to the company, the biggest feature of the release is the automated VM disaster recovery for VMware, Hyper-V and Amazon Web Services.   “The new version [of Backup and Replication] provides … continue reading

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