Topic: data

IBM adds new data and automation capabilities to its hybrid cloud software portfolio

IBM announced a series of data and automation updates to Cloud Pak for Data and Cloud Pak for Automation on Red Hat OpenShift to help companies with innovation across their expanding environments and to accelerate digital transformations.  Cloud Pak for Data will now receive new industry accelerators for banking, warranty management, supply chain forecasting, and … continue reading

Splice Machine’s Livewire brings operational AI to industrial IoT

Splice Machine announced a new open-source AI platform, Livewire, designed to combine data and AI, and alert plant operators of likely outages or performance degradation soon enough for them to take remedial action.  According to the company, the platform enables teams of data engineers, operators, and data scientists to work together with unprecedented speed and … continue reading

Report: Most SOCs are using AI and machine learning tools to detect advanced threats

The 2020 State of Security Operations report found that SecOps teams are more often turning to next-generation automation tools to address gaps in security with 93% of respondents saying that they employ AI and ML technologies with the leading goal of improving advanced threat detection. The report was conducted by Micro Focus and CyberEdge Group, … continue reading

Amazon releases new time series database for IoT and operational apps

Amazon has announced the general availability of Timestream, a new solution designed to enable users to store and access time series data at scale. The solution tackles Internet of Things and operational applications, and can scale to process trillions of time series events per day.  The company believes it is 1,000 times faster than relational … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: EventNative

EventNative is an open source, event collection service that captures all events that an application generates and then streams them to the preferred data warehouse. Users don’t need to modify their existing tracking features when they’re using a drop-in segment and Google Analytics backend. The project currently has support for RedShift and BigQuery and PostgreSQL, … continue reading

Enterprises require SREs to supplement Ops teams, rather than replace them

Since Google released its Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) book in 2016, the field has gained widespread attention. However, adopting SRE as defined by Google is not as applicable to most organizations as it may seem, according to Sanjeev Sharma, a principal analyst of Accelerated Strategies, who spoke at Catchpoint’s “SRE from Home” virtual event last … continue reading

Veeam Availability Orchestrator v3 now available

Veeam has announced the latest release of the Veeam Availability Orchestrator. Veeam Availability Orchestrator v3 adds full recovery orchestration support for NetApp ONTAP snapshots. With this addition, organizations are able to ensure the continuity of their IT services at any scale from Veeam-powered backups and array-based replication. It also offers capabilities such as automatic testing, … continue reading

Bitglass strengthens integration with Duo Security

Bitglass announced a deepened integration with Duo Security to balance enterprise-grade access control and data protection with a user experience designed to support a global, remote, and multi-device workforce, according to the companies in a post. Bitglass’ Next-Gen Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) provides end-to-end security and comprehensive visibility over corporate data, limits sharing, prevents data … continue reading

NVIDIA SmartNIC released for advanced network offloads and 25/50 Gb/s connectivity

NVIDIA announced the release of NVIDIA Mellanox ConnectX-6 Lx SmartNIC, which provides advanced network offloads to accelerate cloud and enterprise workloads.  SmartNIC was designed to handle the needs of modern data centers by providing 25/50 Gb/s Ethernet smart network connections. It extends accelerated computing by leveraging software-defined, hardware-accelerated engines to offload more security and network … continue reading

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Nvidia plans to acquire Cumulus Networks

Nvidia announced its plans to acquire Cumulus Networks to further its networking software capabilities and to accelerate software-defined data centers. “Cloud data centers are evolving to an architecture that is accelerated, disaggregated and software-defined to meet the exponential growth in AI and high performance computing,” Amit Katz, vice president of Ethernet Switch at Nvidia wrote … continue reading

Datadog announces Security Monitoring to inject security without disrupting workflows

Datadog has extended its monitoring and analytics platform to security engineers with its new Security Monitoring solution, which will help break down silos between teams.  Key features in Security Monitoring include unified observability and security through over 400 integrations; real-time, out-of-the-box threat detection with turn-key threat Detection Rules; cost-effective data ingestion and analysis; customizable rule-editing; … continue reading

Azure Archive Storage now allows priority retrieval of offline data

Microsoft has announced the Azure Archive Storage is being updated with new capabilities based on user usage and feedback. Azure Archive Storage is a solution designed to store rarely accessed data.  “Since launching Azure Archive Storage, we’ve seen unprecedented interest and innovative usage from a variety of industries. Archive Storage is built as a scalable … continue reading

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