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Friday, 28 May 2021 12:06

Amazon ECS Anywhere goes GA

Amazon Elastic Container Service Anywhere – which allows on-premises container-based applications to be run and managed using the same APIs and tools that apply to Amazon ECS in AWS – is now generally available, including AWS's Sydney region.

Published in Cloud

Software auditing tool maker Codecov has had its systems breached and the attackers are now reportedly using its bash uploader script to gain access to hundreds of its customers' networks.

Published in Security

Community Linux distribution openSUSE Leap has released version 15.2, which includes a number of artificial intelligence and machine learning packages, security updates, bug fixes, network enhancements, and many new features.

Published in Open Source
Tuesday, 01 October 2019 15:31

Qlik moving to 'generation three' analytics

While analytics vendor Qlik's roots are in the second generation of business intelligence – visual analytics – the company is moving ahead with generation three: a combination of fully integrated analytics and machine learning, CTO Mike Potter told iTWire.

Published in Business Intelligence

Researchers at security firm CyberArk were able to gain access to the underlying server running Docker's playground website because of the additional permissions provided in the set-up, the company says, adding that this was unlikely to be the case on all production sites which used Docker.

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IBM today announced its new IBM Cloud Private software platform, which it claims will help companies unlock billions of dollars in technology investment.

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Container management software provider Rancher Labs has released a technical preview of version 2.0 of Rancher, its application used to manage containers.

Published in Open Source
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 12:47

TIBCO Jaspersoft now for Docker

Tibco’s containerised embedded analytics solution now plays well with the industry leading containerisation platform Docker, allowing sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data centres, VMs, or in the cloud.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Friday, 11 November 2016 02:17

SUSE plans container as a service platform

Germany-based SUSE Linux has announced a container as a service platform that it hopes to release as a public beta in April next year, before the first customer version comes out in July the same year.

Published in Open Source

Microsoft used its Ignite Conference in Atlanta to announced its new cloud ready Windows Server 2016 and new management tools called System Centre 2016.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) ‘Discover 2016’ from 7-9 June was more than a gathering of the clan – it was a chance to see what this new lean, mean and highly focused company is doing in its four pillars – transform, enable, empower, and protect.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

HPE will launch in Q4 its first Docker-ready server and infrastructure portfolio, enabling distributed applications (applications that run on multiple networked computers at the same time) to modernise enterprise data centres.

Published in Data Centres

HP's contributions to the Liberty release of the OpenStack cloud software include support for its 3PAR flash storage arrays.

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Spring is almost here, so it's time for a new version of the Parallels Desktop virtualisation software. Parallels Desktop 11 makes Cortana available in OS X.

Published in Business Software

Silicon Valley-based private cloud company Platform9, launched last year, has moved to accelerate its growth on the back of a new US$4.5 million capital raising, and the unveiling of its SaaS platform which it claims transforms an organisation's existing infrastructure into an agile, self-service private cloud within minutes.

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