Topic: azure

Microsoft introduces new cost management updates

Microsoft recently announced several updates that have been made regarding cloud cost management. These updates are intended to bring users visibility into what they are spending and where they are spending it so there are no surprises when it comes to the bill. The first of these updates is the ability to view costs in … continue reading

Weaveworks announces new integration with Microsoft

Weaveworks announced a new GitOps extension on Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes to govern and control hybrid and multi-cloud environments. The companies created the integration with a joint goal of providing a robust, secure and user-friendly solution to enable the running of Kubernetes clusters everywhere, from other public clouds to private … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Ansible Automation on Microsoft Azure; Cloudflare’s new partnerships; and HCL Technologies and KloudGin partner up

Red Hat announced that its Ansible Automation Platform is now available on Microsoft Azure. Red Hat believes this addition will give customers greater return on investment for automation by being able to leverage Azure services, such as compute, network, and storage.  “By integrating open source automation technologies, such as Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Kublr’s Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes validation; Snyk Security Intelligence integration; and Datadobi’s Google Cloud Storage validation

Kubernetes management company Kublr has announced that it has gained validation as a Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes provider. This means that Kublr customers will be able to integrate their Azure cloud footprints with their data center and multi-cloud capacity, which will enable them to manage applications across multiple locations.  Kublr already supports several Microsoft Azure … continue reading

SIOS Protection Suite updates allow for data integrity protection in Azure

Disaster recovery company SIOS has announced the release of SIOS Protection Suite for Linux version 9.6, which enables data integrity protection in Azure and allows for up to a 5x decrease in recovery time for SAP HANA databases. The new SIOS Azure fencing mechanism allows protection against an issue called split brain, which can occur … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Kyndryl separates from IBM; Yotascale cost allocation for Azure; MemVerge announces Big Memory Cloud technology

Kyndryl, a provider of managed services for infrastructure that was spun off from IBM, has announced that it both successfully completed its separation from IBM and is now trading on the New York Stock Exchange as a publicly-traded company.  It currently has over 4,000 customers internationally being served by over 90,000 technology professionals. According to … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: LogDNA Streaming, Solo.io and Amazon EKS Anywhere partner up, and Dynatrace available on Azure Marketplace

LogDNA has announced an early access beta program for its LogDNA Streaming solution. LogDNA Streaming will enable organizations to ingest their log data into a single platform. According to the company, it is most suited for security and enterprise-level application delivery use cases where real-time access to data is needed. “For too long, enterprises have … continue reading

Logz.io announces partnership with Microsoft

The open-source observability platform provider Logz.io announced a new strategic partnership with Microsoft Azure to streamline monitoring and observability workflows for cloud developers.  Azure users can now deploy the Logz.io platform directly from the Azure Console just with the click of a button. Logz.io’s unique approach to monitoring and observability combines open source tools such … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Google Cloud’s predictive autoscaling, New Relic One + Azure Spring Cloud, and Taoglas acquires Smartsensor Technologies

Google Cloud has announced predictive autoscaling to automatically anticipate future infrastructure capacity needs. The new capability will create VMs when it predicts upcoming demand and provides enough time for applications to initialize in them.  It makes these predictions based on an instance group’s CPU history. It also adjusts forecasts based on recurring load patterns.  Customers … continue reading

managing Windows 10 Enterprise virtual machines with Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Windows Virtual Desktop is now Azure Virtual Desktop

Microsoft has announced it is rebranding Windows Virtual Desktop to Azure Virtual Desktop and adding a number of new features in public preview. It is making the change in order to support evolving needs of hybrid and remote work. “To help our customers and partners meet these new hybrid work demands, we are expanding our … continue reading

Screenshot of Styra’s Declarative Authorization Service

ITOps Times news digest: Styra’s new compliance packs, expanded Azure Blob storage, and Guardicore’s new Zero Trust assessments

Styra has announced new compliance packs for its Declarative Authorization Service (DAS). The new packs are designed to bridge the gap between security and DevOps teams.  New packs include a MITRE ATT&CK Matrix for Enterprise and CIS Kubernetes Benchmarks. The new packs consist of best practices from the OPA community.  “To reduce security and compliance … continue reading

Citrix and Microsoft announce new partnership to provide consistent access to applications from wherever

Citrix and Microsoft announced that they are joining forces to help organizations accelerate the move to the cloud along with the adoption of digital workspaces and virtual desktops. The agreement stems from the widespread move to permanent remote work models and the companies’ goal to rethink how organizations can adapt to new remote ways of … continue reading

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