Is Quantum Computing the Answer to Future Data Center Innovation? Access to quantum computing systems are likely to be through cloud connections because of the prohibitive cost of organizations having their own systems and thus having to rely on pooling their access.
Siemens Taps Chronicle Backstory for Managed Security Service While Google’s analytics cred is well established, Chronicle is an interesting choice because it’s such a new player in security information and event management.
IBM Open Sources Razee CD Tool to Support Mega Kubernetes Scaling The platform’s pull-based, declarative deployment mechanism allows it to scale to tens of thousands of clusters and hundreds of thousands of deployments.
Teridion Taps Cisco Meraki Security, SD-WAN for Branch Networking Cisco’s Meraki MX security and SD-WAN appliances will integrate with Teridion’s public cloud-based WAN service to improve the performance of internet services.
CenturyLink Adds E-LAN Multipoint-to-Multipoint Services The new E-LAN services are MEF CE (carrier Ethernet) 2.0 certified and available in almost 300 markets.
Microsoft Spearheads Service Mesh Interoperability Push The Service Mesh Interface platform provides a standardized API that will allow for the ability to deal with traffic policy, traffic telemetry, and traffic management across different service mesh technologies.
DataStax Offers Cloud-Native Database Management Based On Apache Cassandra The data management company plans to release the cloud-native system this year with a monitoring and management tool and Apache Cassandra as-a-service.
Affirmed Networks Claims First 5G Standalone Mobile Core Affirmed Networks today announced UnityCloud, a cloud-native mobile core that the company claims to be the industry’s first 5G standalone (SA) mobile core.
Oracle Taps Kubernetes, Service Broker API to Automate Cloud Services The platform also allows users to access Oracle’s Generation 2 cloud infrastructure.
Mellanox Launches Ethernet Cloud Fabric Based on 400G Switches “We get asked a lot: ‘Do your switches compare to [Broadcom] Trident or Tomahawk?’ The short answer is we build our switch with more capabilities than the Trident family but with the speed of a Tomahawk,” said Mellanox’s David Isles.
Project EVE Seed Code Drops, Creates Virtualization Standard for Edge Devices LF Edge announced the Edge Virtualization Engine (EVE) as a new open source project when it launched in January.
Apptio Buys Cloudability to Extend Cloud Cost Management Cloudability’s platform leverages data science, machine learning (ML), and automation to sort through cloud spending programs. This allows customers to have a simplified view of their usage and spending across different cloud platforms.
Telefónica Takes AURA AI Program to More Markets The “cognitive intelligence” platform was developed with Microsoft as a way to use AI to help customers manage their own accounts with the service provider.
Tata Communications Taps Cisco-Viptela SD-WAN for Hybrid Network Service The India-based provider already has two SD-WAN services: one based on its own application-aware WAN technology and another based on Versa Networks tech.
Huawei Takes Artificial Intelligence to the Database This puts the equipment vendor in competition with traditional database vendors including IBM, Oracle, and Microsoft — some of which also have autonomous database products.
CrowdStrike IPO Plans to Raise $100 Million CrowdStrike says revenue hit $249.8 million for fiscal 2019, and it says Amazon Web Services is running its security platform on “hundreds of thousands of AWS workstations and servers.”
VMware Snaps Up Another Kubernetes-Focused Startup Bitnami is the latest target, following on the heels of VMware's acquisition of Heptio earlier this year.
Intel Pushes Open Source Hypervisor With Cloud Giants The chipmaker discussed several open source efforts at its annual Open Source Technology Summit. And if you’re wondering why you’ve never heard of it, it’s because for the past 15 years it’s been a closed, internal event.
Arista Releases 400G Ethernet Switch-Router Platforms for Large-Scale Networks The new switches are the third generation of Arista’s R-Series family of universal spine switches with new standards for throughput, density, power efficiency, and price performance.
Riverbed Updates Performance Management, SD-WAN, End-User Monitoring The company released a new cloud-based SaaS performance management service onto its Digital Performance platform.