Commentary: Google Cloud, Red Hat, and now AWS are serving up Kubernetes in a way that will make it dramatically easier to deploy and consume enterprise software, says the CEO of Weaveworks.
As consumers, we’re used to getting and installing apps via Apple’s App Store or Google Play. As enterprise buyers, we undergo Dante’s nine circles of hell just to get garbage cobbled together by an overpriced systems integrator. Or we used to, until Kubernetes came along.
Talking to Alexis Richardson, CEO of Weaveworks, which popularized GitOps, a new way to operate and manage Kubernetes in production. The reason enterprises have missed the “app store moment” is because “everybody’s infrastructure has been different for so long.” He went on, “Containers are the way to solve that problem because they provide the next level of abstraction to encapsulate applications.” Containers come close to this app store
SINGAPORE, Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Epsilon, a global connectivity service provider, has partnered with Aviatrix, a leading cloud network platform, to deliver a multi-cloud service for enterprises. Epsilon Cloud Networking is an end-to-end multi-cloud service with the automation, operational visibility and control that enterprises need to simplify cloud networking.
Epsilon customers benefit from features including advanced multi-cloud functionality, enterprise-class networking and security and network abstraction. The multi-cloud service directly controls native cloud networking constructs to maintain cloud simplicity and automation. It is based on the Aviatrix multi-cloud network platform with the ability to move data between cloud environments, including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud.
“We are excited to partner with Aviatrix to deliver a cloud networking service beyond traditional connectivity. Epsilon Cloud Networking addresses the real challenges in enterprise networking within and across the clouds,” said Michel Robert, Chief
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Nov 26, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global“Quality Management Software Market”(2020-2026) status and position of worldwide and key regions, with perspectives of manufacturers, regions, product types and end industries; this report analyses the topmost companies in worldwide and main regions, and splits the Quality Management Software market by product type and applications/end industries.The Quality Management Software market trend research process includes the analysis of different factors affecting the industry, with the government policy, competitive landscape, historical data, market environment, present trends in the market, upcoming technologies,technological innovation, and the technical progress in related industry, and market risks, market barriers,opportunities, and challenges.
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The global Quality Management Software market is anticipated to rise at a considerable rate during the forecast period, between 2020 and 2026. In 2020, the
The carnivorous triffid plant first entered the public imagination in John Wyndham’s science fiction novel in 1951. Almost 70 years later, the botanical predators have re-emerged as the inspiration behind battery-less sensors capable of delivering the internet of things (IoT).
“Project Triffid” was centre stage at Arm Holdings’ virtual developer conference in October as the UK-based chip designer discussed how its technology could be used beyond the low-power requirements of smartphone semiconductors in the virtually no-power world of IoT.
The inspiration came from radio-frequency identification (Rfid) tags — the billions of passive tags embedded in credit cards, supermarket shelves and pet collars that only wake up when passed over by a sensor that can read them.
Arm’s notion was that it could create a computational version of Rfid that could not only store data but use it. Power could be harnessed whenever a reader passed over the tag.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. and RICHARDSON, Texas, Nov. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mavenir today announced that DISH Network has selected Mavenir’s cloud-based carrier messaging solution, which leverages Rich Communication Services (RCS) and Messaging-as-a-Platform (MaaP) technologies. Building upon the companies’ RAN announcement earlier this year, Mavenir is providing DISH with highly-scalable and intelligent cloud-native software in a virtualized, automated environment, leveraging open interfaces and artificial intelligence (AI).
DISH will deploy Mavenir’s RCS Business Messaging solution, which will enable advanced voice and multimedia messaging (including cloud-native video, VoWiFi and VoLTE), to deliver best-in-class customer support capabilities. Using AI and chatbots, customers will have access to services from an app where they can engage virtual assistants to answer questions, investigate and modify subscription plans, and participate in promotions.
“Mavenir’s innovative, cloud-native software solutions are compliant with our reimagined network architecture, which enables us to change the wireless business model and select vendor services and
Among planning for 2021, through budget and overall security and strategy planning, there is nothing more important as the increased need and focus on cloud governance. Many organizations are significantly behind on planning towards governance; especially for those that can’t seem to shake legacy operational practices. The issues at hand carry real consequences – from cybersecurity to a mobile workforce creating uncertainty and unchecked threats.
A World of Governance Gaps
Globally, the landscape of security, certification, and compliance standards is broad and incorporates measures over data, cybersecurity, financial, and contractual components. Yet despite this complicated and perilous reality, reports indicate that companies are not properly harnessing the flexible technologies that can easily operate throughout multiple clouds and hybrid cloud situations.
Among the most concerning gaps, control, and visibility over user access stand out. This deficit in governance is particularly
Wipro to make VDI solution available as a service with HPE GreenLake, to deliver a true cloud experience to customers and speed up workplace modernization efforts
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Bengaluru-based Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) on Wednesday announced plans to partner with Wipro Limited to jointly deliver their portfolio of hybrid cloud and infrastructure solutions as a service. Wipro will leverage HPE GreenLake across its managed services portfolio to offer a pay-per-use model that is subscription-based, agile, elastic, and offers a consistent cloud experience. Customers will be able to fast track their digital transformation efforts by eliminating the need for upfront capital investment and over-provisioning costs, while enjoying the benefits of on-premises control, security and compliance.