Enterprise Cloud News

SnapLogic Blends AI and Automation To Power ‘Citizen Integrators’ and Accelerate Innovation

SnapLogic’s latest iPaaS update is using AI/ML to automate a rich array of intelligent integration features.  IDN speaks with SnapLogic’s  Diby Malakar about how the company’s AI-driven automation is empowering less technical, citizen integrators.

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Orkus Uses AI To Help Enterprises Protect Against Unauthorized Access To Cloud Resources, Infrastructure

Start-up firm Orkus is bringing AI to the task of protecting against unauthorized access to cloud resources and core infrastructure. The Orkus Access Governance Platform provides automated and continuous access governance for cloud across infrastructure, data and privileged identities.

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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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Akamai Delivers Cloud-Based Security, Powered by Smart Algorithms, To Thwart DNS, Malware Attacks

Akamai Technologies, well known for high-performance content delivery over the Internet, is leveraging that knowledge to deliver a high-impact security service from the cloud.  IDN talks with Akamai’s Frank Childs to learn how its Enterprise Threat Protector thwarts DNS, malware and bot attacks.

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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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IBM Poised To Compete on ‘Number of Levels’ in Serverless Space; Adds Updates to Bluemix OpenWhisk

The serverless space is enjoying growing attention and investments from mainline enterprise companies. IBM is the latest to add new features and extensions to its entry, dubbed IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk. IDN speaks with IBM Distinguished Engineer, Michael Behrendt.

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Zenoss Service Dynamics Allows NTT DATA To Bring Unified IT Monitoring to Customer Hybrid Environments

NTT DATA, one of the ten largest business and IT services providers worldwide. Is working with monitoring solutions provider Zenoss to bring unified IT monitoring to customer’s hybrid environments.

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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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Webscale’s Cloud Web Application Firewall Takes SaaS Approach to Web App Security

For web site and application operators, attacks at the application layer can be varied – and catastrophic. Webscale is adding a SaaS-based firewall to its cloud-based web application delivery platform.

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Red Hat Breaks Down Barriers to Enterprise Container Adoption with Latest Updates to OpenShift Container Platform

Red Hat’s latest update to its Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform sports features to strike a balance between providing a platform with no-nonsense support for mission-critical workloads, yet giving headroom for creativity and innovation.

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