COMPANY NEWS: Kong, the cloud connectivity company, today announced a collaboration with Red Hat to deliver the Kong Konnect service connectivity platform on the industry's leading enterprise Kubernetes platform, Red Hat OpenShift. As part of this collaboration, Kong has achieved Red Hat Operator Certification for Kong Konnect on Red Hat OpenShift. Kong is among the first Red Hat partners in API management to establish a technology collaboration and Operator certification for Red Hat OpenShift. The Kong Konnect solution can enable enterprises to accelerate time to market for new cloud native applications as the adoption of containers and Kubernetes soars.
GUEST OPINION by Linton Burling, GM, Vault Cloud: At the start of 2020, IDC predicted that public and private cloud spending would outperform “traditional IT spending” – think on-premise IT and legacy applications - in the forthcoming year. Of course, they weren’t accounting for a global pandemic, which has sent cloud spending into the stratosphere, while traditional IT spending wanes.
The new Dell Hybrid Client is centrally managed client software for using private cloud, public cloud and local applications in one place.
Hobart-based Internet service provider TasmaNet has acquired Queensland telco Internomic which trades under the brand names Vastnet in regional Queensland and Netmode in metro Brisbane and surrounds.
GUEST OPINION by Brian Holder, General Manager Sales and Marketing at Tecala: Since first rising to prominence in the late 1990s, cloud computing has become a key component of many company’s IT infrastructures. The benefits it offers in terms of cost, performance, global scale and manageability are well understood and documented. But for many organisations the key challenge they face with the cloud is how they should configure the different architecture and service offerings into a reliable, stable and secure foundation for their business.
Full-stack vendor Oracle has further enlarged its Cloud@Customer family with the addition of of Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer and Oracle Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer.
Public cloud services are expected to be the major revenue generator of cloud computing in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region during 2018-2023, according to a new report by one analytics company.
Global storage and data management vendor, NetApp, today announced major changes greatly simplifying how any company can procure, have support for, and pay for, NetApp products. This vision is dubbed Keystone signifying it is the solution to lock a data fabric strategy in place and has its roots in Australian innovation.
Macquarie University has chosen office solutions provider Y Soft and integrated solutions and managed services provider Konica Minolta to manage 240 devices across the university, servicing 60,000 students.
HPE has found ways to differentiate its Azure Stack systems from those supplied by other vendors.
IBM today announced its new IBM Cloud Private software platform, which it claims will help companies unlock billions of dollars in technology investment.
Near the end of second decade in the 21st century, data centres are the globally interconnected data repositories of everything we do online today, with Equinix one of the best in the business.
Netgear’s ReadyNAS RR2304 promises “full data protection, disaster recovery, and seamless file sharing with 1.5 times the processing power of existing 4-bay rackmount storage” with 50% performance increase over the previous generation.
A new survey of large companies — those with at least 100 employees — in Australia and New Zealand has confirmed the trend to moving applications to the cloud, though there are still some concerns.
A survey of private cloud deployments has led the open source cloud provider Nextcloud to issue a security scanner in order that users can find out the state of their security and update as needed.
Hyland’s new AirBase provides simple, secure, cloud-based document management that provides users with anytime, anywhere access via an intuitive user interface.
HPE has announced plans to offer an integrated, Azure-compatible system that will support IaaS and PaaS services inside the customer's data centre.
Australia is one of the first markets for Oracle Cloud at Customer, a new service that provides on-premises IaaS.
Virtual machine aware storage company Tintri has released its security predictions for 2016 for ANZ, while separately has something new coming 10 December.
Oracle has gone along way towards providing a secure cloud, chairman and CTO Larry Ellison suggested at Oracle Open World today. Low-cost dedicated cloud compute resources were part of his story.
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