COMPANY NEWS by Gigamon: Dealing with a security incident requires not just prompt notification of the incident but the ability to triage the cause of an incident, cautions Gigamon, leader in cloud visibility and analytics.
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.
Nokia builds on relationship with DISH and AWS as DISH deploys the United States’ first standalone, 5G cloud network on public cloud.
Zscaler, the leader in cloud security, today announced the release of Exposed, the industry's first global report on the state of corporate attack surfaces. Based on data sourced between February 2020 and April 2021, the report provides a first-ever look at the impact of attack surface exposure during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the report, Zscaler notes that as businesses began offering more remote work options, their attack surfaces grew concurrently with their dispersed workforce.
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.
GUEST OPINION by George Tsoukas, Gigamon ANZ: Growing innovative solutions provided by every cloud vendor have enabled applications to span different public clouds, utilising the best of every cloud service to provide the best experience for end users.
Imagine you just bought a brand new car featuring all the latest bells and whistles. You're itching to take advantage of speed camera detection and try out the heated seat backs and armrests. Unfortunately, when you try to turn your car on, nothing happens. If the vehicle doesn't work, then what's the point of having it and all its exciting features?
Global end-use of public cloud services is expected to boom this year, with technology analyst firm Gartner predicting a 23.1% rise in spending and reach US$332.3 billion (A$428.7 billion) from US$270 billion in 2020.
Global software and IT services company Tribal Group has acquired Semestry, a supplier of cloud scheduling and timetabling software to the higher education market.
The new Dell Hybrid Client is centrally managed client software for using private cloud, public cloud and local applications in one place.
The cloud computing market has witnessed impressive growth in recent years, with billions of private and business users taking advantage of the on-demand technology.
Spending on public cloud services by end-users has been forecast to increase to US$4.1 billion (A$5.58 billion) next year, the technology analyst firm Gartner says, adding that this would be an increase of 29.4% year-on-year.
Australian data centre infrastructure spending is forecast to return to growth of 6.5% in 2021, despite an estimated decline of 10.4% for this year due to restricted cash flow during the pandemic.
Business IT's response to the COVID-19 pandemic has gone through two phases, Pure Storage APJ CTO Matt Oostveen told iTWire.
Governance and compliance issues are the major reasons for organisations seeking to bring their data back onshore, Pure Storage APJ CTO Matt Oostveen told iTWire.
Australian listed IT services provider Data#3 increased revenues by 14.9% to $1,625.9 million for the full year 2020 on the back of strong growth in public cloud revenues, which were up by 60.4% to $581.0 million.
Australian IT professionals potentially have greater concerns about the security of company financials and intellectual property than the global average, according to a new global study which found that Australian respondents appear nearly 4.5 times more concerned about these areas of security than their home security, compared to the 3 times global response.
Australian listed IT solutions provider Data#3 has boosted total revenue by 11.6% to $718.9 million for the six months to the end of December 2019, maintaining what the company says is its longer-term growth trend.
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.
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