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Splunk Integrates with Latest AWS Services To Expand Security, Management for Hybrid, Cloud Environments

Splunk Inc. continues to build on its integration with Amazon Web Services with new offerings to support connections to just-released AWS technologies, including AWS Security Hub and Amazon CloudWatch Events.

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Amazon Web Services Launches New Services to Build and Deploy Faster, Manage Data Easier

Amazon Web Services is offering three new services to respond to increasing interest from AWS developers and enterprise IT users who want better ways to easily build, deploy and manage their data in the cloud. IDN looks at AWS Control Tower, AWS Security Hub, and AWS Lake Formation.

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The 2018 Pivot for Dynamic Apps, DevOps: Live Deployment Monitoring Takes Center Stage Away From Container Orchestration

The yin-yang of dynamic apps and DevOps may come into a new balance in 2018. Container orchestration will be less important, while monitoring live deployments will become the crucial focus. This shift comes in large part due to big steps in Amazon Web Services, says Lee Atchison, senior director of strategic architecture at New Relic. IDN explores. 

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DataDog Monitoring Integrates with AWS CodeDeploy To Help Developers More Easily Locate, Resolve Faulty Deployments

Monitoring solution provider Datadog aims to let users more easily investigate spikes in cloud behavior and correlate those with code deployments. IDN looks at  Datadog’s new integration with AWS CodeDeploy, which allows operations teams to quickly identify  and resolve instances running problematic code.

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With New Cloud Partners, MongoDB Offers More Deployment Options

MongoDB is covering all the major cloud bases with the release of MongoDB Atlas database as a service (DaaS) for the Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure. Atlas was originally launched on AWS (Amazon Web Service).

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How a Multi-Cloud Strategy Protects Against Failure: When Cloud’s Crash, What’s Your Plan?

Today, tons of websites and mobile apps rely on Amazon S3 and other cloud-based services. Clouds have proven convenient and cost-effective. But  to guard against when clouds fail Cloud Foundry Foundation CTO Chip Childers suggests a multi-cloud approach.

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HPE Mobile Center 2.0 Drives Mobile App Success with ‘Always On’ Testing -- Combines Lab Tests, Live Monitoring, Analytics

Launching a successful mobile app can feel like a Black Art. HPE Mobile Center 2.0 unifies testing, live monitoring and analytics to help apps pass the ‘mobile moment’ – that 30-second window when a user decides to use -- or drop -- your app. IDN speaks with HPE's Alon Inditzky. 

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