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Google and Citrix: Securing Enterprise Workspaces From Chromebooks to Cloud

Citrix Systems
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This inspiring from Google Cloud Senior VP Urs Hölzle encapsulates the security mindset and innovations that Google is delivering — from endpoints to clouds. While Google has been building impressive security capabilities for their own products and services, they have also been working with partners like Citrix to extend cybersecurity capabilities. Cybersecurity demands a strong […]

Google Cloud How and why to build small container images

Google Cloud
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Today marks the first installment in a seven-part video and blog series from Google Developer Advocate Sandeep Dinesh on how to get the most out of your Kubernetes environment. Today he tackles the theory and practicalities of keeping your container images as small as possible. Docker makes building containers a breeze. Just put a standard […]

AWS Deep Learning AMIs Now Include Optimized TensorFlow 1.7 for Faster Training on Amazon EC2 C5 and P3

Amazon Web Services
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For CPU-based training scenarios, the AMIs now include TensorFlow 1.7 built with Intel’s Advanced Vector Instructions (AVX), SSE, and FMA instruction sets, to accelerate vector and floating point computations. The AMIs are also fully configured with Intel MKL-DNN to accelerate math routines used in neural network training on Intel Xeon Platinum processors powering Amazon EC2 […]

How to automatically scan Cloud Storage buckets for sensitive data: Taking charge of your security

Google Cloud
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Security in the cloud is often a matter of identifying—and sticking to—some simple best practices. A few months ago, we discussed some steps you can take to harden the security of your Cloud Storage buckets. We covered how to set up proper access permissions and provided tips on using tools like the Data Loss Prevention […]

Introducing Virtual Data Optimizer to Reduce Cloud and On-premise Storage Costs

Red Hat
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New to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO) is a device mapper module which adds data reduction capabilities to the Linux block storage stack. VDO uses inline compression and data deduplication techniques to transparently shrink data as it is being written to storage media. VDO combines three techniques — zero-block elimination, data […]

AWS Glue now supports Timeout Values for ETL jobs

Amazon Web Services
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Runaway ETL jobs may occur due to coding errors or data anomalies, and they can continue to consume resources without making progress. AWS Glue gives you the ability to set a timeout value on any new ETL job that you create, and edit existing jobs to specify a timeout value or use the default value. […]

Remote access for home labs and offices with Veeam PN

Veeam
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On January 2018, Veeam publicly announced the release of Veeam PN (powered network) version 1, a lightweight SDN appliance that was released completely FREE to use. And while Veeam PN was released as part of a greater solution focused on extending network Availability for Microsoft Azure, Veeam PN can also be deployed as a standalone tool via […]

Microsoft Azure Service Fabric – announcing Reliable Services on Linux and RHEL support

Microsoft
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Many customers are using Azure Service Fabric to build and operate always-on, highly scalable, microservice applications. Recently, we open sourced Service Fabric with the MIT license to increase opportunities for customers to participate in the development and direction of the product. Today, we are excited to announce the release of Service Fabric runtime v6.2 and […]

AWS AppSync now Generally Available (GA) with new GraphQL Features

Amazon Web Services
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This release introduces several new features that accelerate development. A test and debug flow has been added for running unit tests with “mock” data on a GraphQL resolver. Amazon CloudWatch has been integrated, enabling streaming of GraphQL operation logs for a live debugging experience. And, Amazon CloudFormation is now supported, enabling creation of a complete […]

Red Hatters To Present at More Than 50 OpenStack Summit Vancouver Sessions

Red Hat
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OpenStack Summit returns to Vancouver, Canada May 21-24, 2018, and Red Hat will be returning as well with as big of a presence as ever. Red Hat will be a headline sponsor of the event, and you’ll have plenty of ways to interact with us during the show. First, you can hear from our head […]

VMware, the State of Louisiana Transforms and Secures IT Infrastructure with VMware

VMware
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State of Louisiana transforms and secures IT infrastructure to better serve its citizens. . To achieve this the State utilizes VMware’s complementary Solutions, vRealize Network Insight, Horizon, Workspace ONE, powered by VMware AirWatch Technology, VMC on AWS, and the major key NSX. From the fine folks at VMware TV.

Enables a Data-Driven Decision when Choosing Between AWS and Azure

Turbonomic
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It Should Be a Straightforward Question: “What is the most cost-effective choice for my applications – AWS or Azure?” When you have to choose between AWS and Azure, you need more than a preference. You need a detailed justification for the CIO, the CFO, and the Board. Your justification needs to account for the individual profiles […]

Microsoft Azure Announcements

Microsoft
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One of the biggest news items out of last week was the arrival of Virtual Machine Serial Console access in public preview in all global regions. This is something customers have wanted for some time and the team was ecstatic to finally deliver it. Down below, you’ll find a blog post and episodes of Tuesdays […]

Cisco ACI loves KVM and Red Hat Virtualization

Cisco
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Cisco ACI has provided integration with KVM in OpenStack environments quite for some time now. OpenStack is a great technology to implement Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Iaas) with uses cases for Private, Public and Telco clouds. But indeed Openstack provides a cloud platform, tailored to “cattle-type” of workloads, as opposed to “pet-type” workloads.Many organizations will continue to run […]

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