A well-known security researcher has slammed Microsoft for its "astonishingly bad" security advisories, pointing to the wording in a TCP/IP remote code execution vulnerability released on 10 August this year as an example.
COMPANY NEWS: Kong, the cloud connectivity company, today unveiled a new concept called ZeroLB and a breakthrough pattern for load balancing. The company also announced the general availability of Kong Mesh 1.4, with industry-first features to support ZeroLB out of the box, offering up to 4x improvement in network performance and a substantial cost reduction compared to traditional centralised LB-based architectures. Based on customer feedback, this modern approach for load balancing is expected to save organisations with mission-critical applications up to a million dollars a year by reducing required technology investments.
Storage and data management vendor Pure Storage has announced improvements to its Pure1 software, along with an upgrade for Portworx Enterprise that delivers true storage as code.
New versions of VMware's Fusion and Workstation virtualisation products will be available by the end of October. Significantly, the new Fusion Player edition will for the first time move into line with Workstation in that it will be free for personal use.
Memory and storage maker Crucial is proffering profitable advice on lowering software licence costs by making better use of your hardware, upgraded if needed, for long-term savings.
About half of the IT professionals surveyed by memory and storage vendor Crucial say they plan to upgrade their server memory in the next 12 months to meet the demands of virtualised workloads.
Bitdefender has previewed the first commercial solution offering real-time memory scanning and monitoring of VMs from the hypervisor.
Virtual machine aware storage company Tintri has released its security predictions for 2016 for ANZ, while separately has something new coming 10 December.
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