Topic: it ops

VMware scoops up cloud-native companies Pivotal and Carbon Black

VMware has officially announced it will be acquiring cloud-native platform provider Pivotal for $2.7 billion. The company first revealed it was in talks with Pivotal earlier this month. The acquisition will help the company grow its Kubernetes offerings. Pivotal recently launched Pivotal Spring Runtime for Kubernetes and is working on Pivotal Application Service for Kubernetes. … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Icinga

Icinga offers IT Ops teams an open-source monitoring and metric solution system to keep a check on the entire infrastructure. It monitors performance and availability and will even notify teams of any issues.  The core of the monitoring platform recently reached version 2 with checks to network resources, outages and performance data. The most recent … continue reading

IT Ops news digest: OpenPOWER comes to the Linux Foundation, Storj Labs V3 beta, and Sisense cloud-native architecture

IBM has announced the OpenPOWER Foundation will move under the Linux Foundation. The foundation believes in collaboration with the open-source community to advance open hadware technology and accelerate opportunity.  In addition, the company is opening the POWER Instructuion Set Architecture to help hardware and software work together on POWER. IBM will also contribute other technologies … continue reading

Puppet releases vulnerability remediation solution for IT Ops teams

Infrastructure automation and delivery provider Puppet is giving IT teams the ability to find, prioritize and remediate mission-critical vulnerabilities with the announcement of Puppet Remediate. The new vulnerability remediation solution aims to reduce the time it takes to detect vulnerabilities, and enable immediate action without agent technology on the vulnerable systems.  According to Forrester, 58 … continue reading

Splunk predicts the future of IT Ops in 2019

Splunk believes the IT operations space is going to transform and evolve into new areas as we continue into 2019. The company has released a 2019 ebook on its predictions based off of customer insight and company resource. “We’re always at the cusp of the next big thing, moments away from the next technological change … continue reading

Thought leaders predict IT Ops trends for 2019

Thought leaders weigh in on what we can expect in the IT space throughout the next year. Otakar Nieder, senior director at Bohemia Interactive Simulations The AI revolution in the form of machine and deep learning continues to gather more and more traction in the software development industry. With the introduction of graphics processing unit … continue reading

Optanix releases IT monitoring and analytics platform

IT service assurance solution provider Optanix is delivering a new standalone IT monitoring and analytics platform to tackle hybrid IT infrastructures. The advanced service assurance platform is designed with full-stack monitoring, root cause analysis, business service monitoring, and remediation and management capabilities. “IT operations teams are looking to ‘connect the dots’ – across their estate, … continue reading

Spending on automating IT Ops is rising, though many aren’t prepared

Many CIOs and enterprise technology professionals aren’t prepared to automate their IT operations to meet business transformation initiatives, but a growing number are moving forward, based on projected spending. Various studies have made that point. A survey of 1,000 IT operations professionals worldwide who spend more than $500 million per year on infrastructure management, found … continue reading

Digital colleagues will transform global AIOps by 2021

Within 24 months, cutting-edge enterprises will utilize cognitive-based digital colleagues as the standard form of communication and collaboration within IT operations. These artificial intelligence (AI)-based platforms will not only serve as the initial point-of-contact for all employee IT requests and issues, but also change the way IT organizations internally operate and communicate. Digital colleagues will … continue reading

Chef InSpec 3.0 released with compliance audits and remediation capabilities for DevSecOps

Chef has announced a major release to its compliance automation platform InSpec. Version 3.0 of the solution includes a new plugin architecture, improved usability, enhanced management and automation compliance for Terraform, and improved performance. According to the company, this release is meant to target DevSecOps teams. In addition, the release includes a number of bug … continue reading

Microsoft Ignite: CData Cloud Hub, Sumo Logic announces Azure integrations and MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform

Along with the numerous announcements made by Microsoft at its Ignite conference in Orlando this week, a number of other software providers discussed new products and updates to their offerings. CData Software launches cloud data and integration hub CData, which offers data access and integration solutions using standards-based drivers, launched CData Cloud Hub for software-as-a-service, … continue reading

OpsRamp announces its Fall 2018 release with AIOps and multi-cloud monitoring features

OpsRamp is introducing a number of new IT features in its latest release of its AIOps SaaS Platform. The Fall 2018 release features a new Topology Explorer, improved Service Maps, and cloud database monitoring capabilities. According to the company, this release focuses on giving modern digital operations teams the ability to discover, manage and optimize … continue reading

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