Topic: cisco

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ITOps Times news digest: Akamai edge updates, Red Hat’s migration toolkit, and Cisco DNA Center 2.2.2

Akamai has announced new edge capabilities to help customers create better user experiences.  It is making EdgeWorkers more flexible with new resource tiers that enable customers to better fit their needs. The two tiers are Basic Compute, which is suitable for applications that require lower CPU and memory consumption, and Dynamic Compute, which is suitable … continue reading

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Cisco Live: Cisco Plus, improved endpoint protection, and more

Cisco announced a number of new updates at its Cisco Live! event, which started on Monday. Here are a few highlights of new solutions, such as Cisco Plus and Duo passwordless authentication: Cisco Plus offers as-a-service models With Cisco Plus, customers will be able to pick and choose the solutions that best suit their needs.  … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: GigaSpaces 15.5, SentryOne premium, and ServiceNow and Cisco partner on contact tracing app

GigaSpaces has announced the release of GigaSpaces v15.5. This version has three main focus areas: realizing the value of hybrid and multi-cloud deployments, perfecting microservices, and simplifying management and operations. New features include self-balancing capabilities, one-click microservices deployment, schema evolution, object analysis, Index Usage, and one-click connectors to Oracle and Postgres on premise and to … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: Google Anthos updates, Fastly acquires Signal Sciences, and Cisco acquires BabbleLabs

Google has made a number of new additions to its Anthos platform for running Kubernetes clusters in cloud and on-premises environments.  It added Speech-to-Text On-Prem, which leverages Google’s speech recognition models and provides full control over speech data to comply with data residency requirements It also introduced Anthos attached clusters, which let admins manage Kubernetes … continue reading

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Cisco ACI 5.0 now available

Cisco has announced the general availability of Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (Cisco ACI) 5.0. Cisco ACI 5.0 introduces new features for service providers, simplified multicloud deployments, Day 2 operations tools, and user experience improvements. “It is more important than ever to have a network that is automated and secure from the edge, to the data … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: NeuVector updates platform, Cisco launches Business Resiliency Program, and SentinelOne announces new customizations

NeuVector has announced updates to its container security platform. New features include end-to-end vulnerability management, expanded registry scanning, and host protection in production environments.  This update adds the Vulnerability and Compliance Explorer, which allows users to quickly investigate, prioritize, report, and mitigate vulnerability and compliance issues.  “Today’s additions to the NeuVector platform make it even … continue reading

New report shows IT wants to adopt AI for intent-based networking

 IT is eager to adopt AI and almost 50% of network strategists believe increasing the use of analytics and AI will help enable the ideal network, according to a report by Cisco research The report, which surveyed 2000 IT leaders and network strategists, found that organizations are moving their networks towards intent-based networking and investing … continue reading

Cisco announces products and partnerships amid push to Wi-Fi 6

Cisco unveiled several products and partnerships geared toward Wi-Fi 6, the new standard for W-iFi networks.      This includes new access points across the Catalyst and Meraki portfolios that have programmable chipsets and access to industry-leading analytics capabilities. The access points are multilingual and have the ability to communicate with multiple IoT protocols simultaneously. Also … continue reading

AppDynamics creates a Central Nervous System for IT

With a vision for a Central Nervous System for IT, application performance insight provider AppDynamics today announced its strategy around the pillars of visibility, insight and action. IT systems have become too large and too complex to manage manually, so organizations need to adopt an AIOps approach, according to Matt Chotin, senior director of technology … continue reading

Bleedingbit vulnerabilities affect 70 percent of the enterprise network

Researchers at the security company Armis have identified two chip-level vulnerabilities, dubbed Bleedingbit, in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chips manufactured by Texas Instruments. These chips are used in Wi-Fi devices made by Cisco, Meraki, and Aruba. According to Armis, those three companies account for almost 70 percent of the total enterprise network. BLE is a … continue reading

Cisco’s ADP cuts costs and complexities of IoT and mobile apps

With the availability of a hardware development kit (HDK) for its Aironet Development Program (ADP) and the launch of a partner’s cruise line application, Cisco is one of a number of vendors making strides in cutting the costs and complexities of IoT and mobile solutions leveraging Bluetooth LTE, WiFi, proximity, and other hardware technologies. Developed … continue reading

Puppet is on a mission to help their customers fully embrace automation

Puppet has announced the addition of several new products to its portfolio, with the overall goal of helping customers accelerate their journey to automation. It has also revealed new additions to its partner ecosystem to help with this mission. “In order to harness the potential of the latest technologies, CIOs must execute on a roadmap … continue reading

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