Dell EMC Dips Its Toes Into Security With Cyber Recovery Software The new software shows how the lines between traditional backup and recovery and data security are being blurred.
ARM Reveals Neoverse, Its New Dedicated Infrastructure Brand Neoverse represents a new unifying brand identity for ARM-based technology for high performance computing, cloud, storage, network infrastructure, and edge computing.
Kaloom Throws a Fabric Over Data Center Automation Kaloom says its software-defined fabric approach provides more flexibility than a more integrated model like DANOS.
TidalScale Raises $24M for Software-Defined Servers The startup developed a type of composable infrastructure that focuses specifically on computing resources.
Snowflake Snags $450M VC Round, Targets Data Warehouse Expansion Dow Jones VentureSource ranked the company as No. 4 in value among privately held U.S.-based business software and services companies.
Google Bumps Up Enterprise Cloud Networking Google is pulling out all the stops to bring more enterprise customers to its cloud.
Dell, Microsoft Back CNEX Labs' $23M Series D Round The company makes solid-state drive (SSD) controllers and software for cloud and hyperscale data centers.
CloudHealth Founder Talks VMware Acquisition, Cloud’s Next Phase CloudHealth CTO and co-founder Joe Kinsella says VMware plans to target managed service providers with its new multi-cloud management product line.
San Francisco Giants Save $15K Per Year With Cohesity The Major League Baseball team wanted to update its antiquated backup platform and utilize cloud storage to further reduce costs.
Platform9 Open Sources Its Kubernetes Etcd Support Tool The etcdadm tool automates the configuration, deployment, and management of etcd clusters used by Kubernetes to store control plane information.
Cohesity Targets Service Providers With Multi-Tenant Platform The software-defined platform runs on top of Cohesity, Cisco, HPE, or Dell EMC hyperconverged secondary storage appliances.
Inspur Donates New Server Configurations to the Open Compute Project The Chinese server vendor Inspur participates in all of the open hardware platforms, including OCP, the Open Data Center Community, and Open19.
HPE Revamps Its StoreOnce Data Protection and Backup The updates essentially allow enterprises to store data once, then copy it to an all-flash on-premises array, and send it to a public cloud for archiving or disaster recovery.
Marvell’s Purchase of Cavium Greatly Expands Its Infrastructure Products Both companies were focused on infrastructure, and yet there was very little overlap in their product lines.
Scality Rolls Out Multi-Cloud Management Tool Zenko in Open Source and Enterprise Editions 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.
NetApp Buys StackPointCloud, Launches Kubernetes Service “Because the developers love Stackpoint.io so much, after our testing I bought the company. It’s just that good,” said NetApp's Anthony Lye.
Juniper Brings Contrail to the Edge, Works Closely With Red Hat Distributed computing with Red Hat OpenStack Platform allows the Contrail Edge Cloud to remotely manage the lifecycle of compute nodes and virtual machines (VMs) from a centralized data center without requiring co-located OpenStack control plane functions in each of these remote edge sites.
Cloud Storage Startup Wasabi Scores $68M, Brings the Heat to Amazon The company claims its cloud storage costs less than one-fifth the price of Amazon S3 and is more than six times as fast.
Samsung Leads Datrium’s $60M Series D Round Datrium says its software simplifies hybrid cloud compared to traditional storage systems and hyperconverged infrastructure.
Lenovo and NetApp Launch Storage Products, New Company in China The new Lenovo-branded products will combine NetApp’s all-flash data management and storage software with Lenovo’s servers.
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