Topic: data

ITOps Times news digest: Rancher 2.4, DataStax’s Apache Cassandra Kubernetes operator, and Morpheus Data 4.2

Rancher Labs is releasing the latest version of its Kubernetes management platform. Rancher 2.4 features scalability, management and security capabilities required to help Kubernetes scale to the edge.  Key features include: Support for 2,000 clusters and 100,000 nodes Limited connectivity maintenance with K3s Zero downtime maintenance for RKE Enhanced security with CIS benchmark scanning In … continue reading

LogDNA tackles performance issues in latest update

Log management solution provider LogDNA has announced new performance and usability updates designed to help users query, filter and gain insight from log data as well as identify and resolve performance  issues.  “The complexity of developing, deploying and scaling applications is exponentially more complicated today than even just a few months ago, and the amount … continue reading

Storj Labs launches enterprise-grade decentralized cloud storage solution

Storj Labs has announced its Tardigrade Decentralized Cloud Storage Service is now generally available. According to the company, the solution is backed by enterprise service level agreements and is S3 compatible, easy to implement and highly available.  “Decentralization benefits the cloud in many ways, and our first customers are already seeing how it improves security, … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: HPE Small Business Solutions, SolarWinds integrates with the Orion Platform, and 2nd Watch’s enterprise analytics service

HPE has announced new IT subscription-based services targeting small businesses and remote locations. The company announced HPE Small Business Solutions, which include HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus with automation, remote management and security capabilities; and Intel Pentium and Intel Xeon E processors.  “We are committed to helping small businesses innovate, serve their customers, and drive … continue reading

Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 accelerates petabyte-scale object storage for cloud-native workloads

Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 offers enhanced scalability and simplicity for data-intensive applications. It offers simplified, petabyte-scale object storage for cloud-native development and analytics.  In recent tests, Red Hat Ceph Storage delivered a doubled performance increase for write-intensive workloads.  “As modern data workloads add stress and complexity to storage infrastructure, it’s critical to automate housekeeping … continue reading

Retrospect Backup and Virtual 2020 launched to streamline onboarding and increase protection with ProactiveAI

StorCentric announced the general availability release of Retrospect Backup 17 and Retrospect Virtual 2020, as well as updates to its Retrospect Management Console. The company’s suite of products now provides hosted management service for automatic onboarding of physical and virtual backup instances, enabling fast deployment and increased protection leveraging ProactiveAI across an entire organization, according … continue reading

Boomi releases Integration Center of Excellence service

Boomi wants to help businesses build and manage their integrations with a new Integration Center of Excellence (ICoE) service. The new ICoE will provide best practices, company and industry guidelines and a repository of reusable frameworks.  In addition, the ICoE will access an organization’s integration maturity, identify goals and gaps, and provide a roadmap for … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: SolarWinds Database Performance Monitor, Dynatrace extends Kubernetes support and Incorta 4.6

SolarWinds is adding the Database Performance Monitor solution to its IT operations management portfolio to give users the ability to manage on-premise, hybrid, and cloud-native databases. The new addition features before-and-after analysis, and root cause granularity for open-source and NoSQL databases.  “As open-source and NoSQL databases grow in popularity and a new generation of applications … continue reading

ServiceNow to acquire AIOps company Loom Systems

ServiceNow announced that it entered into an agreement to acquire Loom Systems to extend its AIOps capabilities and offer deeper insights into digital operations.  “By bringing together Loom Systems’ ability to analyze log and metrics data with ServiceNow’s AIOps and workflow automation capabilities, IT departments will be able to proactively pin‑point and resolve operational issues, … 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 news digest: Nintex University, TDK releases SmartSense, and Insight Partners acquire Veeam

Nintex has announced a new program for training and certifying IT Ops professionals. The Nintex University will cover both business and technical roles, and help implement the Nintex Process Platform and speed up enterprise-wide digital transformation. Participants will get training and earn certifications through a variety of formats such as on-demand courses, real-time programs and … continue reading

3 things to look for in a SaaS backup and recovery solution

Software as a Solution (SaaS) applications have taken the business world by storm – and there is no sign of their growth slowing anytime soon. Gartner  recently reported that the SaaS market totaled $80 billion in 2018, and predicts it will grow by 80%, to $143.7 billion, by 2022.  While software sectors including Customer Relationship … continue reading

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