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Turbonomic Debuts New Capabilities for AWS & Azure

Turbonomic
Today, from the 2017 Microsoft Ignite  Conference, Turbonomic announced significant public cloud enhancements to the industry’s only self-managing hybrid cloud management platform with the delivery of Turbonomic 6.0. The platform’s new storage and database services optimization for Microsoft Azure and AWS public cloud extend the platform’s capabilities in the public cloud beyond compute. By delivering new dynamic optimization and […]

VMware VMworld 2017 Europe Wednesday Keynote

VMware
Wednesday saw the second of the two VMworld Europe keynotes- again fronted by Pat Gelsinger with his colleagues. The format at the start of the show was similar to the US sit down between Pat and Michael Dell, but this time the VMware CEO was joined by Sanjay Poonen and Ray O’Farrell to answer attendees […]

Overview of AI on the AWS Platform – 2017 AWS Online Tech Talks Video

Amazon Web Services
AWS offers a family of intelligent services that provide cloud-native machine learning and deep learning technologies to address your different use cases and needs. For developers looking to add managed AI services to their applications, AWS brings natural language understanding (NLU) and automatic speech recognition (ASR) with Amazon Lex, visual search and image recognition with […]

Deploy Splunk Enterprise on the AWS Cloud

Amazon Web Services
This Quick Start was created by AWS solutions architects in collaboration with Splunk to help you deploy Splunk Enterprise on the AWS Cloud easily and quickly. This update includes the following features: Multi-AZ deployment that can span three Availability Zones in all supported regions, while making the indexer and search head clustering AZ-aware Automatic configuration […]

Securing Your Desktops with Amazon WorkSpaces – AWS Online Tech Talks Video

Amazon Web Services
End-user security is a constant challenge for IT leaders who must balance the business needs of BYOD, distributed workforce, and ready access to business resources, against protecting those same resources from hackers and malware. Amazon WorkSpaces provides a more secure environment over conventional desktop infrastructure because data and applications reside in the cloud, is encrypted […]

Revolutionizing Backup & Recovery Using Amazon S3 – AWS Online Tech Talks Video

Amazon Web Services
Backup to the cloud is one of the easiest-to-implement use cases for cloud storage. Amazon S3 provides a robust feature set that make it much easier for you to eliminate tape backup, reduce storage costs, and meet all of your compliance needs. In this webinar, we’ll talk about different ways to get your backup data […]

Deploy Qubole Data Service on a Data Lake Foundation in the AWS Cloud with New Quick Start

Amazon Web Services
QDS is a cloud-native, autonomous data platform for analyzing and processing big data. Qubole self-manages and constantly analyzes and learns about the platform’s usage through a combination of heuristics and machine learning, and provides insights and recommendations to optimize reliability, performance, and costs. Qubole works in concert with AWS services such as Amazon Simple Storage […]

VMware vRealize Network Insight 3.5 – Feel the vRNI

VMware
vRealize Network Insight 3.5 (vRNI) introduces a number of great features, which improve our visibility and ability to ensure a secure and compliant configuration.  Also Network Insight is now available as a service.  This means you can rely on VMware to handle management and updates of Network Insight, with the same great feature set you enjoy when […]

Amazon ECS Adds Support for Adding or Dropping Linux Capabilities to Containers

Amazon Web Services
Docker containers run as “unprivileged” by default and thus are unable to execute most system and network administration operations. Docker privileged mode gives containers root access, which may not be optimal or secure for many workloads. With cap-add and cap-drop, you can specify the capabilities to add or drop for each container in a task […]

VMworld 2017 Europe: NAKIVO Rocked!

NAKIVO
Last week, some of our team members were as busy as a bee. We were taking part in the European VMworld held not long after the VMworld US show that left us with many pleasant memories and unforgettable impressions! It’s no question that these four days were both tedious and awesome. We had even more […]

Network Load Balancer now supports load balancing to IP addresses as targets for AWS and on-premises resources

Amazon Web Services
Prior to this launch, when using an instance ID as a target, an EC2 instance could only receive traffic from the load balancer on its primary IP address and primary network interface. This limits hosting multiple applications on the same instance where each application requires different IP address, network interface, or security group. Using IP […]

Citrix Cloud on AWS via Login VSI

Login VSI
I was recently afforded the unique opportunity to collaborate on a project to test capacity out of a Citrix XenApp on AWS deployment. The goal of the project was to independently determine the maximum user density for a few different EC2 instance types running XenApp 7.14. EC2 instances are on-demand and elastic hosted server resources. […]

Amazon AppStream 2.0 Now Offers On-Demand Fleets to Help You Optimize Your Streaming Costs

Amazon Web Services
Today, Amazon AppStream 2.0 is introducing On-Demand fleets, a new type of fleet that can help you optimize your streaming costs. With this addition, you can now select between two different types of fleets when building your AppStream 2.0 streaming environment. With Always-On fleets, users get instant-on access to their applications, but you are charged […]

Catching Up on Some Recent AWS Launches and Publications

Amazon Web Services
As I have noted in the past, the AWS Blog Team is working hard to make sure that you know about as many AWS launches and publications as possible, without totally burying you in content! As part of our balancing act, we will occasionally publish catch-up posts to clear our queues and to bring more […]

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