“If you’ve got mining happening on your network, you probably have other bad stuff happening on your network, and it’s probably much worse than mining,” said CTA’s Neil Jenkins.
The hybrid cloud partnership will target original equipment manufacturers and channel partners that will build and sell private cloud products running Alibaba Cloud’s Apsara Stack.
The product uses a Kubernetes orchestration framework. It supports on-premises storage devices and cloud storage from Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Digital Ocean, Wasabi, and Scality’s software-defined storage platform Ring.
McAfee says Presidents Trump and Obama have malware campaigns named after them. Tenable discloses a flaw that could affect hundreds of thousands of security cameras globally.
Intel may be best known for its x86 server chips, but its growing silicon portfolio targets cloud and edge applications, as well as 5G.
SDN and NFV are contributing to the growth of interconnection because these technologies make it easier for customers to consume more bandwidth.
When asked about Kurian, who heads the company’s cloud business, Co-CEO Mark Hurd said “we expect him back.” But Hurd refused to say when that will happen.
The hyperconverged infrastructure system is designed for edge deployments. It includes automated virtualization, compute, storage, and power management resources, along with built-in redundancy.
The company claims its cloud storage costs less than one-fifth the price of Amazon S3 and is more than six times as fast.
Datrium says its software simplifies hybrid cloud compared to traditional storage systems and hyperconverged infrastructure.
The new Lenovo-branded products will combine NetApp’s all-flash data management and storage software with Lenovo’s servers.
The data center giant will pursue business opportunities in NFV, IoT, and 5G services, according to the new CEO.
VMware’s Rajiv Ramaswami says the virtualization company wants to bring more cloud-native services into customers’ on-premises data centers.
Sysdig CEO Suresh Vasudevan declined to comment on the company’s plans for an initial public offering.
Meyers succeeds Peter Van Camp, who was named interim CEO in January when former CEO Steven Smith resigned suddenly after “exercising poor judgment with respect to an employee matter.”