Topic: cloud

VMware Kubernetes Engine enters public beta

Cloud computing and platform virtualization company VMware launched the public beta of its VMware Kubernetes Engine today, the latest addition to its VMware Cloud Services line of SaaS offerings. The enterprise-grade Kubernetes-as-a-Service beta runs on AWS, with Azure support coming soon, the company says. William Shelton, VP of product management at VMware wrote in the … 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

IBM announces cloud-native development capabilities with CMS and Cloud Private

IBM is making its IBM Cloud Private app platform available on its enterprise Cloud Managed Services (CMS) for the first time today. According to the company, bringing these two solutions together will enable a security rich and production-ready cloud environment from CMS as well as speed up the development of cloud-native apps with the latest … continue reading

Deep learning, containerized apps introduced in Hortonworks Data Platform 3.0

Big data company Hortonworks announced the release of Hortonworks Data Platform 3.0 today during the DataWorks Summit in San Jose. The latest release introduces the containerization of application deployments and productivity enhancements along with other updates to the cloud-based data management and computing platform. HDP 3.0 is based on version 3.1 of the open-source Apache … continue reading

Azure Kubernetes Service now available

Microsoft’s services for managing, deploying and operating Kubernetes is now available. The company first announced Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) in October of last year. “We’ve also seen incredible growth in Kubernetes on Azure, with five times the number of customers and ten times the usage of a year ago,” Brendan Burns, engineer for Microsoft Azure, … continue reading

Microsoft’s Corey Sanders provides more insight into Azure migration

Microsoft has divided the process of moving on-premises workloads and applications to the cloud into three key steps: Assess, migrate and optimize. Once the assessment of existing infrastructure, applications and dependencies is complete, there are four general options for undergoing an application migration to Azure. Those are: re-hosting or lift and shift, refactoring with containers, … continue reading

The migration to Microsoft Azure

One of the first things cloud architect Bill Zack did after moving from Connecticut to Nashville in 2013 was to form a Microsoft Azure User Group. Launched with just four initial members, the Nashville Azure User Group has a membership well above 800 and growing. “It’s been exploding,” Zack says of the user group in … continue reading

Red Hat Fuse 7 now available with new iPaaS offering

Red Hat has announced a major release of its distributed, cloud-native integration solution. Fuse 7 is now available with a new hosted low-code integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) offering called Fuse Online. According to the company, the latest release represents a move from traditional centralized integration architectures to distributed, hybrid environment integration architectures. “From the very beginning, … continue reading

OutSystems Sentry brings “Trust but Verify” to the cloud

OutSystems today released a new security service for its low-code portfolio called OutSystems Sentry, enabling organizations to be more proactive about security. The new solution brings the notion of “trust but verify” to the cloud. OutSystems Sentry will provide advanced intrusion detection as well as internal monitoring for potential access control issues and advanced persistent … continue reading

Dynatrace Management Zones released to address multi-cloud software challenges

Dynatrace is trying to take on challenges associated with multi-cloud software with the release of Management Zones. The new solution collects performance data across full stack and multi-cloud environments, enabling organizations to ensure that users are able to see the information they need to improve productivity without compromising on security. “Enterprise software is developed, managed … continue reading

MarkLogic 9.0-5 further enhances automation and secure data integration

MarkLogic Corporation, the leading operational and transactional enterprise NoSQL database provider, today announced the release of MarkLogic 9.0-5, the latest version of the world’s leading multi-model database platform for securing, sharing and integrating data. MarkLogic 9.0-5 represents a major step forward in automated, secure workload management for data integration projects in the cloud, and in … continue reading

Red Hat announces plans to integrate CoreOS Tectonic, Quay and Container Linux

Red Hat plans to expand its Kubernetes portfolio with new CoreOS integrations. CoreOS is a Kubernetes and container-native solution provider that Red Hat acquired earlier this year. The company announces its first steps for integration CoreOS Tectonic, Quay and Container Linux with Red Hat’s container and Kubernetes-based solutions at the Red Hat Summit in San … continue reading

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