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Red Hat OpenStack Platform and Tesora Database-as-a-Service Platform: What’s New

Red Hat
As OpenStack users build or migrate more applications and services for private cloud deployment, users are expanding their plans for how these deployments will be serviced by non-core, emerging components. Based on the April 2016 OpenStack User Survey (see page 35), Trove is among the top “as a service” non-core components that OpenStack users are […]

Integrating Red Hat Virtualization and Red Hat OpenStack Platform with Neutron Networking

Red Hat
As applications are designed, redesigned, or even simply thought about at a high level, we frequently think about technical barriers along side business needs. Business needs may dictate that a new architecture move forward, but technical limitations can sometimes counter how far forward – unless there is something to bridge the gap. The new Neutron […]

Red Hat Announces Plans for New Facility in Boston

Red Hat
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today unveiled plans to expand its footprint to Boston. At its new facility, located at 300 A Street in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston’s Seaport District, Red Hat plans to bring open source to life in new ways, with a world-class […]

Multi Cloud on Your Terms: HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 is Available Today

HP Enterprise
At HPE Global Partner Conference in Boston today, we announced that HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 is  available today and ready to install in your enterprise data center this week. Look under the hood at some of CloudSystem’s new functionality it’s gained from its new key components. What’s new in CloudSystem 10 New versions of HPE […]

VMware: Next Generation Security Services in OpenStack

VMware
OpenStack is quickly and steadily positioning itself as a great Infrastructure-as-a-Service solution for the Enterprise. Originally conceived for that proverbial DevOps Cloud use case (and as a private alternative to AWS), the OpenStack framework has evolved to add rich Compute, Network and Storage services to fit several enterprise use cases. This evolution can be evidenced […]

Upgrade Your Red Hat Virtualization Environment with a Simple Tool

Red Hat
This past August, Red Hat announced the availability of Red Hat Virtualization 4.0, the latest virtualization release that aims to help IT organizations modernize their infrastructure, enhance their virtualization management and automation, and deploy advanced networking functionality. As a Software Engineer, I know that releases are exciting and early adopter customers eagerly await for the […]

Red Hat Adds QuickStart Cloud Installer to Red Hat Cloud Suite to Help Speed Private Cloud Deployments

Red Hat
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today introduced QuickStart Cloud Installer as part of Red Hat Cloud Suite, its pre-integrated set of cloud technologies. With the web-based, graphical QuickStart Cloud Installer, users can orchestrate the installation of Red Hat Cloud Suite components from a single interface. As a […]

Red Hat – Your Cloud Installed Before Lunch with QuickStart Cloud Installer 1.0

Red Hat
What if I told you that you can have your Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) based Cloud infrastructure, with Red Hat Virtualization, OpenStack, OpenShift and CloudForms all setup before you have to stop for lunch? Would you be surprised? Could you do that today? In most cases I am betting your answer would be not possible, not even […]

Debunking Red Hat’s Assertions in ‘Containers Debunked’

DABCC
I recently came across an article titled ‘Containers Debunked’ at CBR Online. In the article, Lars Hermann, GM of Integrated Solutions at my previous employer Red Hat (which had acquired my previous startup Qumranet, Inc) wrote about DevOps and containers. But while Lars attempted to explain the relationship between DevOps and containers, he actually created a bigger mess […]

VMware: Issues With Interoperability in OpenStack & How DefCore is Addressing Them

VMware
Interoperability is built into the founding conception of OpenStack. But as the platform has gained popularity, it’s also become ever more of a challenge. “There’s a lot of different ways to consume OpenStack and it’s increasingly important that we figure out ways to make things interoperable across all those different methods of consumption,” notes VMware’s […]

Efficient Replication using Multicast Protocols

Nexenta
Replication as Data Protection The use of replication as a data protection method is not new. Historically, it was relegated to disaster recovery for tier-1 applications and did not have a role in day-to-day backups. Recently, however, many customers are using replication as their primary mechanism for backup and recovery for all tiers of systems – […]

Red Hat Gluster Storage leads the charge on persistent storage for containers

Red Hat
Offers choice of deployment configurations for containerized applications One of the key reasons software-defined storage has risen to fame over the past decade is the multiple aspects of agility it offers. As we move into the era of application-centric IT, microservices, and containers, agility isn’t just a good idea, it could mean the difference between […]

HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 will be Generally Available this Week

HP Enterprise
At HPE Global Partner Conference in Boston today, we announced that HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 is generally available and ready to install in your enterprise data center this week. Look under the hood at some of CloudSystem’s new functionality it’s gained from its new key components. What’s new in CloudSystem 10 New versions of HPE […]

Microsoft: Objective Corporation – Game-changing secure-collaboration service goes global with a single, open source-friendly cloud

Microsoft
In 2014, Australia’s Objective Corporation wanted to expand its unique, high-security, content-collaboration service – Objective Connect – to customers around the world. The company selected Microsoft Azure because the cloud platform can provide support for the open source based service, and meets the required compliance and regulatory requirements in multiple countries. By using a single, […]

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