The platform integrates flow, packet, simple network management protocol, and API data sources to gain better insight into “dark environments,” including SD-WAN.
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The search and AI-driven analytics company also added new integration with the Google Cloud Machine Learning Engine.
This provides visibility into customers’ data centers and clouds and helps them address problems before they occur.
The vendor recently announced plans to slash thousands of jobs as part of a major corporate restructuring.
Execs didn’t say which competitors Fortinet’s security products displaced, but it competes against companies including Palo Alto Networks, Check Point Software, and Cisco.
The Nexus 400 gigabit Ethernet switches target hyperscale cloud providers, large enterprise data centers, and telecommunications providers moving to 5G.
The offering is sold as a subscription service in three tiers to provide different levels of visibility and data analysis based on an organization’s needs.
Previously, the performance monitoring company had no way to take the test data it was creating and analyze it to detect anomalies and predict network issues.
When it comes to hybrid cloud, “we are thinking about how to do that better,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
The Mesosphere Kubernetes Engine allows for multi-cloud and infrastructure management from a single pane of glass and reduces cluster sprawl.
CEO Jeff Ready expect this to be the last round before reaching profitability. But he won’t comment on IPO plans.
Jonathan Bryce, the executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, said that the scope of edge computing is extremely large, and StarlingX is needed to fill one of the spaces in the stack.
These investors and other major companies also joined a Team8-led coalition that aims to rethink security by building it into network and cloud infrastructure.
The company’s software enables organizations to see where business-critical data is going and if people are doing things with it that they shouldn’t be – either accidentally or maliciously.
The company's new cloud architecture features "impenetrable barriers" that block threats and autonomous robots that find threats and kill them, said CTO Larry Ellison.