Topic: hybrid

Oracle Enterprise Manager improves automation in latest update

Oracle announced its Enterprise Manager 13c release 5 which includes big improvements in monitoring and managing automation for Oracle environments, according to the company.  The new release adds fleet monitoring, management and data movement across the entire IT estate, whether that’s on premise or in the cloud. EM Hybrid Database as a Service now supports … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Foreman

Foreman is a complete lifecycle management tool that gives administrators the power to easily automate repetitive tasks, quickly deploy applications, and proactively manage servers, on-premise or in the cloud.  These automated repetitive tasks can include registering hosts or assigning roles to users.  Users have the ability to provision from anywhere whether that’s from Amazon EC2, … continue reading

Qualys identifies 7 million vulnerabilities associated with SolarWinds and FireEye breach

The cloud-based security and compliance company Qualys stated that it identified 7.54 million vulnerabilities related related to FireEye Red Team assessment tools and compromised versions of SolarWinds Orion. Most of these vulnerabilities, 5.29 million, were related to the FireEye Red Team tools. Additionally, the vast majority of the vulnerabilities at 99.84% were from eight vulnerabilities in Microsoft … continue reading

Nutanix now available on AWS

Nutanix announced that its hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) software is now available on AWS, enabling application migration and unified operations across clouds to help businesses accelerate their cloud journey. Nutanix offers a single stack that integrates compute and storage, provides unified operations across private and public clouds, integrated networking with AWS, and license portability from private … continue reading

vSphere 7 brings essential services for the modern hybrid cloud

VMware launched vSphere 7 to provide essential services for the modern hybrid cloud. It is the biggest release of vSphere in over a decade, according to VMware. It delivers the rearchitecting of vSphere with native Kubernetes that the company introduced at VMworld 2019 as Project Pacific. “Using vSphere 7 and VMware Cloud Foundation, you can … continue reading

Kublr 1.16 released with rolling upgrade support

The latest release of the Kubernetes multi-cloud, multi-cloud platform is now available. Kublr 1.16 comes with support for rolling upgrades with zero downtime across clouds and on-premise infrastructures.  “You probably don’t need to be sold on rolling updates, the benefits are obvious. Whether you want to ensure your infrastructure, applications, or production component are upgraded … continue reading

Uber’s Peloton resource management utility released as open-source

Uber Engineering released its resource scheduling and management utility Peloton as open source today. According to company engineers, Peloton was developed to fill a missing niche in Uber’s internal software suite, allowing web-scale compute cluster management, resulting in improved resource utilization across its infrastructure. Min Cai, Compute Cluster Platform senior staff engineer at Uber, and … continue reading

BMC extends hybrid cloud integrations in Control-M 19

Digital transformation company BMC Software has announced the latest version of its application workflow orchestration platform. Control-M 19 is designed to streamline workflows across hybrid infrastructures with a series of new cloud integrations and automation enhancements. Cloud native integrations for Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure join the existing Google integrations and include AWS Lambda, … continue reading

Report: Interest in on-premises hosting continues to soar

Despite a rise in cloud-hosted websites, apps and services, on-premises servers are still a completely essential part of modern businesses, a recent survey found. IT industry professional network company Spiceworks has released its 2019 State of Servers report where it found a number of factors that are contributing to the popularity of on-premises servers. The … continue reading

Aqua introduces new features for multi-cloud and hybrid infrastructures

Aqua Security’s cloud native security platform reached version 4.0 today, introducing new controls for security and policy enforcement across virtual, containerized and microservice-based infrastructures, on-premises and in the cloud. “Aqua’s comprehensive serverless security solution now includes a full chain of controls to discover functions across multiple cloud accounts, scan them for vulnerabilities, detect excessive permissions … continue reading

Red Hat expands hybrid and multi-cloud efforts with NooBaa acquisition

Enterprise open-source software company Red Hat wants to get a handle on unstructured data stored across multiple cloud infrastructures with its acquisition of NooBaa, developers of an early-stage multi- and hybrid-cloud data management solution. “NooBaa’s technology enables application developers to define policies for their data and its life cycle by providing an abstraction layer on … continue reading

Morpheus multi-cloud management gets OpenStack, AWS CloudFormation and Dell EMC integrations

Cloud application management and orchestration company Morpheus Data released updates for its Morpheus multi-cloud management platform today, including enhanced OpenStack support, AWS CloudFormation automation support and support for storage and cloud using Dell Technologies. Morpheus explained that with the updates to its platform’s OpenStack integration, users can now orchestrate actions like creating OpenStack Octavia load … continue reading

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