Topic: cloud

Oracle Enterprise Manager adds more visibility, control and management for hybrid cloud environments

Oracle is dedicated to helping users move to the autonomous cloud. The company announced updates to its Oracle Enterprise Manager that aims to automate database migrations and simplify complex hybrid cloud environments. “As organizations move to the cloud, they are faced with complex, time-consuming, manual, error-prone migration tasks,” said Wim Coekaerts, senior vice president of … continue reading

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 to deliver a multi-cloud experience

Red Hat announced the release of Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 to deliver an integrated, multi-cloud experience to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform users.  According to the company, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 offers greater abstraction and flexibility so that customers can have the freedom to choose data services across multiple public clouds, … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: IBM Power Systems comes to Google Cloud, Instana announces CRI-O support, and Equinix acquires Packet

Google Cloud has announced users can now run IBM Power Systems as a service on its cloud. According to Google, IBM Power Systems is a crucial tool for organizations deploying a hybrid cloud strategy. The solution features the ability to support mission critical workloads, integrated billing in Google Cloud, private API access, integrated customer support, … continue reading

Optimizing your cloud spend in 2020

The cloud has reached new heights, and organizations are looking to maximize the benefits without emptying their wallets. The research firm Gartner predicts that IT spending will grow 3.7% in 2020, and the growth will be driven by the cloud. Additionally, the firm sees public cloud revenue growing by 17% in the next year. “At … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: VMware completes acquisition of Pivotal, Venafi’s security survey, and Azure IoT EdgeHub Dev Tool installation

VMware has officially acquired Pivotal for approximately $2.7 billion. The company first announced plans to acquire the cloud-native platform provider Pivotal in August.  According to VMware, Pivotal will become a core part of its Tanzu portfolio, which is designed to help users build, run and manage important apps. “The combination of Pivotal’s developer-centric offerings with … continue reading

The lines between data center and campus networks are blurry

In tech, as in life, change is the only constant. From the days when all of our computer processing took place in mainframe terminals, to the decentralized shift to local servers, to the era of cloud computing, we’ve experienced one transformative wave of innovation after another over the past several decades. Today, we stand at … continue reading

ITOps news digest: AWS Security Hub and AWS Firewall Manager, TIBCO Cloud Integration on Microsoft Azure, and smart home device connectivity

Amazon has announced its AWS Security Hub will now integrate with AWS Firewall Manager. The security hub provides a comprehensive view of security alerts and compliance status while the firewall manager is a security management system for configuring and managing AWS WAF, AWS Shield Advanced and Amazon VPC Security Group. According to the company, the … continue reading

ITOps 2020 predictions from around the industry

Tim Armandpour, SVP of engineering at PagerDuty Forget reliability — with the adoption of resilience engineering and the proper use of automation, operators can expect a 20% reduction in unplanned work. Today’s organizations are fixated on the reliability of their technology. But any developer can tell you that the reality is not if it will … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Google Cloud and Palo Alto Networks team up, SolarWinds Backup for Office 365, and Intel’s acquisition of Habana Labs

The new partnership will work to help customers stay secure with new offerings and services for cloud computing and cybersecurity. Palo Alto will leverage Google Cloud Platform for its cloud applications and to provide enterprise-scale operations.Solutions the companies plan on working on are a new security framework for multi-cloud environments with Anthos, and new integrations … continue reading

Google introduces general purpose VMs

Google has announced a new solution designed to improve general-purpose virtual machines in cloud applications. The company’s E2 family of virtual machines for the Google Compute Engine features dynamic resource management, flexible configurations and total cost of ownership. “E2 VMs are a great fit for a broad range of workloads including web servers, business-critical applications, … continue reading

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Tungsten Fabric

This week’s open-source project of the week is a network virtualization platform for the cloud. Tungsten Fabric is an open-source scalable and multi cloud networking platform designed to provide a single point of control for networking and security observability and analytics. The project was originally hosted by Juniper Networks and known as OpenContrail. Juniper open … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Google Migrate for Anthos, Cloud Code, InterVision’s new managed SD-WAN offering, and SaltStack SecOps

Google has announced the general availability of Migrate for Anthos, a new solution designed to help convert physical servers or virtual machines to containers in Anthos GKE. “Migrate for Anthos makes it easy to modernize your applications without a lot of manual effort or specialized training. After upgrading your on-prem systems to containers with Migrate … continue reading

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