Nutanix Kubernetes-based Karbon On-Prem Distro Hits GA Karbon is an on-premises Kubernetes platform that combines storage, networking, observability, and monitoring into Nutanix’s cloud native platform.
Cloudian Gives MSPs Access to S3-Based Scalable Storage and Cloud Services MSP program customers are ensured compatibility with Cloudian’s technology partners’ software for data protection, big data, backup, archive, and data management.
Platform9 Packages Kubernetes Tools for On-Prem Environments Klusterkit can work with frameworks like Cluster API and kubeadm to help enterprises use Kubernetes to run their legacy applications.
Kontainer Korner: CNCF Welcomes CRI-O, Graduates Fluentd Plus, Google's Anthos launch draws new Kubernetes-focused storage updates, and Knative turns 0.5.
Google Takes On Amazon With Open Source Ecosystem Google teamed up with seven open source software vendors including MongoDB, Elastic, and Redis Labs, doubling down on its commitment to open source and drawing a stark comparison to Amazon’s cloud strategy.
OpenStack Stein Saunters Closer to Kubernetes, 5G, and the Edge The OpenStack community is "focused on the needs of users," thus it "naturally includes many Kubernetes-focused updates," explained OpenStack Foundation Executive Director Jonathan Bryce.
Microsoft Boosts Hybrid Storage With New Gear The storage caching appliance combines hardware from Dell EMC and Microsoft software in a pizza box form factor.
Headcount: The Latest Hirings, Firings, and Retirings — April 5, 2019 Qualcomm loses CFO to Intel; another senior exec leaves Ericsson; and an Oracle Cloud exec joins Thomas Kurian at Google Cloud.
MemVerge Raises $24.5M for Intel Optane-Based Infrastructure Software The software, when applied to Intel's persistent memory hardware, improves the performance and speed of big data workloads and use cases.
VMware Refreshes Cloud Management Platform The new release enables planning for “what-if” scenarios — things like determining the impact of adding hyperconverged infrastructure capacity or comparing the costs of moving workloads across different clouds.
Amazon’s Werner Vogels: ‘Dance Like Nobody’s Watching. Encrypt Like Everyone Is’ AWS built encryption into nearly all of its 165 cloud services, Vogels said. “Make use of it.”
Microsoft Rolls Out Edge Pay-As-You-Go Hardware, Compute, and Storage If this sounds familiar, it is. Amazon Web Services launched its edge storage and compute device in 2016.
Kubernetes 1.14 Adds Windows and Storage Support, Is Light on Security The Kubernetes community does not view security as something tied to specific updates and instead is “something to be continually evaluated and improved.”
Liqid CEO Plots World Domination, Talks Composable Infra at the Edge Sumit Puri says his composable infrastructure startup is “gonna take over the world.” The only question is when.
Portworx Doubles Cash Hoard, Drives More Security Into Storage Platform Hewlett Packard Enterprise is one of the new investors, having initially signed up for the Portworx Enterprise platform last year.
Nvidia Doubles Down on Data Center by Landing AWS, Pushing AI On the heels of its $6.9 billion Mellanox purchase, the chip company used the GPU Technology Conference to highlight its data center momentum.
3 Not-to-Miss Storage Stories From innovative startups like Lightbits Labs and RackTop Systems to new super-fast, low-latency technologies, storage is exciting. Trust us.
Microsoft Ziplines Into Open Source Storage, Facebook Launches AI Hardware OCP announced four other new projects at the summit: Inspur-led OpenRMC (stands for “rack management module”), Netronome-led Open Domain-Specific Accelerators, Facebook-led OCP Accelerator Module, and Nokia-led Open Edge.
GigaSpaces Accelerates Machine Learning on Real-Time and Historic Data The company released a new service that accelerates access to data lakes and warehouses to simplify the development and deployment of applications.
OCP Global Summit: Smart, Secure Hardware Takes Center Stage Marvell announced its 400 Gb/s silicon for edge data centers, Netronome unveiled new SmartNICs for hyperscalers, and Stordis launched two bare-metal switches powered by programmable Barefoot Tofino ASICs.