The Google Cloud Platform Marketplace updates its previously launched Cloud Launcher service and offers applications that are tested and vetted to work on Kubernetes.
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It’s delivering a public-cloud management paradigm, which customers are familiar with, to on-premises workloads.
The company scanned thousands of serverless-based apps running in production on AWS, with 16 percent of those at risk considered "serious."
By using Amazon compute EC2 instances on their Snowball Edge devices, customers can enable those devices to function as a mobile data center.
The deal will add data management, big data, and multi-cloud support to Orange Business Services. It also expands its footprint across Europe.
Sylabs is offering $2,500 to any non-employee that refers a developer that is eventually hired by the company.
The blockchain service is a part of Oracle's Cloud Platform and is built on The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger blockchain fabric.
Check Point’s mid-year report on cyber attack trends found that in 2018 new (and old) strains of malware are attacking cloud environments, mobile devices, and other burgeoning technologies.
Sift’s product, Cloud Hunter, uses machine learning, analytics, and graph visualization capabilities to detect and respond to threats across infrastructure-as-a-service platforms.
AT&T says it will continue to invest in the Open Threat Exchange, an open threat intelligence community started by AlienVault.
A recent survey from DigitalOcean found that half of developers said they did not have a strong understanding of serverless. Of those, a vast majority said they plan to research the topic within the next 12 months.
A new survey from SDxCentral found 71 percent or respondents use public clouds — up from just 43 percent three years ago.
The expansion is in the form of a new 115,000-square foot building that can support up to 21 megawatts of capacity.
An IPO could value Tenable between $1.5 billion and $2 billion, according to anonymous sources.
The collaborative platform received an update this week but analysts have noted that uptake of the service remains elusive.