Topic: it

Palo Alto Networks announces partnership with Zoom to create solutions to help IT troubleshoot issues

Palo Alto announced an integration between its Autonomous Digital Experience Management (ADEM) which is part of Palo Alto Networks’ Prisma Access and Zoom Quality of Service Subscription (QSS), which is an add-on to the video communication platform Zoom that provides details about network traffic. The integration is part of a commitment to create joint solutions.  … continue reading

3 Pillars for Success in Managing Today’s Hybrid Cloud IT Infrastructure

For IT operations teams, it’s not so much that the rules have changed. The game has changed.  It wasn’t that long ago that teams were able to employ some proven, long-standing tools and approaches and be effective in their work. Now those legacy approaches may present an increasing liability with each passing day.  In recent … continue reading

Tenable announces new exposure management platform

Tenable today announced the release of Tenable One, an Exposure Management Platform to unify discovery and visibility into all assets to assess their exposures and vulnerabilities across an entire attack surface.  The platform brings the organization’s entire attack surface (both on-premises and cloud-based) into a single view. It aggregates vulnerability data across the IT infrastructure, … continue reading

Amazon WorkSpaces announces support for Ubuntu

The team at Amazon recently announced that Ubuntu desktops can now be provisioned for developers, engineers, or data scientists. With this, virtual desktop users are enabled to have more choices as well as gain access to new categories of workloads.  Support for Ubuntu also offers virtual desktop administrators a consistent experience regardless of whether they … continue reading

Cloudflare releases updated distributed object storage solution

Cloudflare R2 Storage, the distributed object storage that eliminates egress costs, is now generally available.  The new version gives developers an S3-compatible API for seamless migration and an integration with Cloudflare Workers, a highly scalable serverless computing platform. “Egress fees are nothing but a tax on developers, stifling innovation and creativity. We are redefining the … continue reading

TidalScale announces upgrade that greatly reduces server failure rates

The TidalScale 4.1 update will dramatically improve overall system reliability, availability, and serviceability to reduce server failure rates. “The cost of server downtime, whether planned or unplanned, has never been higher.  Enterprise customers are experiencing server hardware failures at a rate never seen before, often resulting in significant financial losses for their business,” said Gary … continue reading

Report: Nearly half of companies rely on outdated backup and recovery infrastructure

Nearly half of companies are using outdated, legacy backup and recovery infrastructure to manage and protect their data, according to a survey commissioned by data management company Cohesity.  The survey of more than 2,000 IT and SecOps professionals in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand was conducted this April and was … continue reading

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Waltz

Waltz is an open-source project that lets users visualize and define their organization’s technology landscape developed by Deutsche Bank. Deutsche Bank released the project in early 2018 to help users make smarter decisions on technology investment.  “A core belief behind Waltz is that technology information should be accessible by everyone within your organisation. Furthermore employees … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Zabbix

Zabbix is an enterprise-class, open-source distributed monitoring solution released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2. With it, users can get a single pane of glass view of their whole IT infrastructure stack including network, server, cloud, application, and service monitoring.  Zabbix is scalable to any infrastructure whether on-premise or in the cloud. … continue reading

Rafay Systems announces updates for self-service Kubernetes

Rafay Systems launched a new capability that provides developers self-service for faster application deployments with the necessary guardrails that enterprises require.  With Rafay’s Kubernetes Operations Platform (KOP), platform teams establish Kubernetes standards and best practices while freeing developers to rapidly innovate, according to Rafay Systems.  According to Rafay, finding the right balance between standardization and … continue reading

SysAid launches AI Service Desk

SysAid, provider of IT service automation, today announced the release of its AI Service Desk, a conversational chatbot operating within Microsoft Teams that is powered by SysAid’s IT automation capabilities. The service desk works to reduce the time spent by employees and IT experts on ticket resolution, to increase productivity, and allow those workers to … continue reading

Red Hat and Ericsson partner to help service providers build multi-vendor networks

Red Hat and Ericsson announced a collaboration for validating network functions and platforms to enable service providers to bring next-generation services to market faster in a multi-vendor scenario.  The companies are immersed in a broader ecosystem collaboration to simplify the integration of different technologies and suppliers since multi-vendor networks require proven interoperability to maintain flexibility … continue reading

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