Adobe, Siemens, VMware, and Autodesk, are some of Frame’s customers using the infrastructure-agnostic platform to deliver apps from the cloud.
The security company’s impressive growth results boosted its stock and put it on track to beat its previous closing high.
When the hybrid cloud product, based on Kubernetes, launches this month it will face stiff competition from other similar services, including Google’s own GKE On-Prem.
Acquiring the two-factor authentication startup boosts Cisco’s cloud security portfolio and its intent-based networking strategy.
The worldwide IaaS market grew 29.5 percent in 2017 to total $23.5 billion, up from $18.2 billion in 2016, according to Gartner.
The amusement park’s IT team selected Cohesity's hyperconverged appliance and software-defined storage after a run-off against Rubrik.
Rahul Kashyap joins Awake from endpoint security company Cylance and says while endpoint has seen all the action over the past couple of years, “the network is where the opportunity lies.”
The company also scored a $140 million digital banking deal with Thai bank Krungsri.
Business customers include news and entertainment companies, software developers, hardware providers, and network operators and mobile carriers.
Prevoty’s product uses runtime application self-protection (RASP), an emerging security technology that is built into an application and can detect and respond to attacks in real time.
Software revenue wasn’t enough to push the company back to year-over-year growth. It reported net revenue of $1.2 billion for the second quarter, an 8-percent drop compared to last year.
Threat researchers found a rise in attacks on widely-used enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications such as SAP and Oracle, which currently have a combined 9,000 known security vulnerabilities.
While it’s not the first security firm to go public this year — Zscaler and Carbon Black also completed successful IPOs — at $288 million it would be the most profitable.
Unlike traditional security platforms that target this type of malware from a threat prevention vantage point, the data protection and management company comes at it from a backup perspective.
Microsoft's venture fund, M12, is just one of the VC firms pouring money into security startups.