A new European cloud computing project has been unveiled in Germany.
Taking its name from the Greek Goddess for Earth, the Gaia X project will be a pan-European cloud and data network which aims to provide security for Europeans after President Trump introduced the CLOUD (Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data) act in 2018, giving US authorities access to data on American-owned company servers anywhere in the world.
Last year, Forrester predicted that enterprises would start modernizing core business apps with cloud computing in 2019, and that transformation has indeed taken off. 2019 also brought major acquisitions (IBM completed its acquisition of Red Hat, and VMware reabsorbed Pivotal) and surprising new alliances (Oracle partnered with Microsoft on high-speed links between Oracle Cloud and Azure, and VMware brought its Cloud Foundation to Google Cloud).
The always-changing cloud provider landscape changed again — bringing frenemies closer together and expanding the reach of incumbents. Think you know who’s winning the cloud computing wars? Think again, because the battleground has shifted.
New Glacier Cloud interface for Bacula Enterprise’s extensive backup and restore system brings unique flexibility and further cost savings for its customers
Accelerating its leadership in high performance backup and recovery for enterprises and managed services providers, Bacula Systems today announced its Amazon Glacier module. This new module not only benefits users wanting to back up data to the Glacier cloud, but also further increases Bacula’s unique flexibility to backup data across different Clouds and other storage destinations, while at the same time managing data recovery more easily – and where necessary, more quickly.
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In the world of enterprise software, there are often strange bedfellows. Just yesterday, Salesforce announced a significant partnership with AWS around the Cloud Information Model. This morning, it announced it was moving its Marketing Cloud to Microsoft Azure. That’s the way that enterprise partnerships shimmy and shake sometimes.
New Integrations Deliver Enterprise-Grade Open Source Governance and Dependency Management to Millions of GitHub Developers
Sonatype, the company that scales DevOps through open source governance and software supply chain automation, today announced new integrations that strengthen GitHub with premium open source governance and dependency management controls.
Campbell, Calif – November 13, 2019 – Mirantis, the open cloud company, announced today its acquisition of Docker’s Enterprise Platform business. Its industry leading container platform, employees and hundreds of enterprise customers will accelerate Mirantis’ goal to deliver Kubernetes-as-a-Service with a consistent experience for developers on any cloud and on-prem infrastructure. Terms of the deal are confidential.
Docker Enterprise is the only platform that enables developers to seamlessly build, share and safely run any applications anywhere – from public cloud to hybrid cloud to the edge. One third of Fortune 100 companies use Docker Enterprise as their high-velocity innovation platform.
Juniper further integrates AI technology it acquired from Mist, while adding new features to its Contrail Enterprise Multicloud software.
Juniper has enhanced its network and hybrid cloud management software by integrating further the AI technology it recently acquired from Mist and adding new features to its Contrail Enterprise Multicloud software.
Company’s management offering focuses on data monitoring, automation, testing
SentryOne wants to make it easier for enterprises and channel partners to manage their data in an increasingly data-centric world.
The Lowdown: The Charlotte, N.C.-based company this week rolled out SentryOne Cloud, a cloud-based data management offering that aims to give users easier and faster access to their data in cloud and hybrid cloud environments.