Topic: yotascale

ITOps Times news digest: Kyndryl separates from IBM; Yotascale cost allocation for Azure; MemVerge announces Big Memory Cloud technology

Kyndryl, a provider of managed services for infrastructure that was spun off from IBM, has announced that it both successfully completed its separation from IBM and is now trading on the New York Stock Exchange as a publicly-traded company.  It currently has over 4,000 customers internationally being served by over 90,000 technology professionals. According to … continue reading

How to keep your cloud bill manageable

Cloud has many advantages, and one motivating factor that caused many to make the migration is the promise of cost savings. But even though cloud can cost less than on-premises data centers, it’s easy for companies to let their cloud bill get away from them.  According to Asim Razzaq, CEO of Yotascale, there are a … continue reading

Startup YotaScale aims to automate enterprise IT cloud ops

Organizations are moving applications to modern cloud computing infrastructures at a growing pace because they provide business services on-demand, but the transition to a usage-based OpEx cost model can come at a steep price. A Silicon Valley startup company known as YotaScale claims it can automate cloud IT operations management and thereby reduce sticker shock … continue reading

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