Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today announced that it has expanded its partnership with Google Cloud to become a Google Cloud Managed Service Provider (MSP). As a qualified MSP, Infosys will offer clients full application lifecycle services with its deep cloud and data analytics expertise. This will include consulting, assessment, migration, optimization and support services for enterprises looking to optimize their workloads on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
The cloud computing market has tripled its revenue for the past three years, posting robust and continuous growth, according to Canalys.
Respective leaders in DevOps and cloud computing are partnering to provide end-to-end application development automation from source to production, enabling enterprises to build and modernize applications in a hybrid environment
DEVOPS WORLD | JENKINS WORLD, SAN FRANCISCO – AUGUST 14, 2019 – CloudBees®, the enterprise DevOps leader powering the continuous economy, and Google Cloud, today announced that the two companies are collaborating to deliver a modern DevOps platform based on open source technologies powered by Google Cloud’s Anthos.
CloudBees provides companies large and small with Jenkins-based continuous delivery solutions that are secure, open toolchain-enabled and scalable to transform software delivery processes across hybrid computing environments.
GitHub Actions, the company’s workflow automation platform, has added full continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) capabilities making it a direct, and a more powerful, competitor to many CI/CD players.
With GitHub Actions developers can now build, test and deploy their code on any platform and run their workflows in containers or virtual machines.
TestProject expands Tricentis’ support for the open source community, scaling and simplifying test automation for any tester—from startup to Global 2000 enterprise.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. and PETAH TIKVA, Israel — August 7, 2019 — Tricentis announced that it has acquired TestProject, a first-of-its-kind community-powered test automation platform designed for Agile teams. As part of its commitment to TestProject, Tricentis will be investing in research and development to advance the product, extend the community, and help testers master best practices for web, Android, and iOS test automation.
Moving too fast means leaving too many doors open, organisations fear.
Businesses are moving to the cloud faster than they’d like to, new reports say, suggesting that with lagging security, trouble comes twice as fast.
Cybersecurity firm Symantec has recently polled 1,250 security decision makers across the world and concluded that more than half of all enterprise compute workload already migrated to the cloud. However, the majority agrees that security practices aren’t keeping the pace and they fear what might be the consequence.
Cloud Security Alliance has unveiled its Top Threats to Cloud Computing: Egregious Elevenreport, which lists the top 11 cybersecurity problems facing cloud computing users. It is the first major update to the list since 2016, when Alliance released the Treacherous 12, although it has released reports taking a deep dive into the threats with case studies in the interim.
Data breaches still top the list, unmoved since 2016. Other perennial threats remaining on the list from last time are poor identity management, insecure APIs, account hijacking, insider threats and the abuse and nefarious use of cloud services.
That leaves room for five new threats.
The Cloud Security Alliance found the issues that traditionally plagued cloud service providers aren’t as big of a problem today.
The responsibility for keeping cloud computing platforms safe is falling increasingly on customers rather than cloud service providers, according to a recent survey.
Many of the security issues that traditionally plagued cloud service providers—like denial of service, system vulnerabilities and data loss—are much less of a problem than they have been in years past, according to researchers at the Cloud Security Alliance. Instead, they found that today’s biggest cloud-related threats exploit the organizations that use the platforms, not the companies that built them.
IBM has wasted no time incorporating Red Hat into its portfolio, announcing today that its full software offering has been “transformed… to be cloud-native”.
This, the company claims, will allow customers to build mission-critical apps once and then run them on most public clouds, including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Alibaba and, of course, its own IBM Cloud.
Expansion of the Aqua-Pivotal collaboration delivers comprehensive security for application development and production environments on PCF
BOSTON – July 30, 2019 – Aqua Security, the leading platform provider for securing container-based and cloud native applications, announced today the public release of Aqua Security’s runtime protection for Pivotal Cloud Foundry ® (PCF) . Users of Pivotal’s platform can download and install the Aqua Security for PCF service from Pivotal Services Marketplace, and deploy an end-to-end solution for scanning, application assurance and runtime protection for their application workloads.
PCF includes a widely deployed distribution of Cloud Foundry Application Runtime (CFAR) and allows customers to implement the same application platform on any major vendor’s cloud, on premises or in a hybrid model.