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Hybrid Cloud Shift Fuels Automated Security

Hybrid Cloud Shift Fuels Automated Security

Cloud infrastructure providers are increasingly looking for ways to automate cloud security as more customers migrate to ...

VMware Unveils Open Source Cloud-Native Projects

VMware Unveils Open Source Cloud-Native Projects

VMware today expanded its open source support when it unveiled Project Lightwave, an identity and access management ...

Cloud Competitors Nip at AWS’ Heels

Cloud Competitors Nip at AWS’ Heels

Well-established cloud service providers remain enterprises’ partners of choice, but challengers are nipping at their heels as ...

Secure Cloud Transitions Start with Infrastructure Reviews

Secure Cloud Transitions Start with Infrastructure Reviews

There’s a temptation to view the many flavors of cloud as the solution to all an enterprise’s ...

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April 21, 2015(0)
Cloud infrastructure providers are increasingly looking for ways to automate cloud security as more customers migrate to hybrid cloud configurations in which enterprises maintain an on-premise infrastructure for sensitive data and intellectual property. Hence, the market for companies offering automated security services like encryption and key management is booming as more IT vendors focus on buttoning up security on ... Full article
April 20, 2015(0)
VMware today expanded its open source support when it unveiled Project Lightwave, an identity and access management project designed to extend enterprise-scale and security to cloud-native applications, and Project Photon, a lightweight Linux operating system. Both open source projects will integrate into the Palo Alto, Calif.-based vendor’s unified platform for the hybrid cloud and will help developers securely build, ...
April 16, 2015(0)
Well-established cloud service providers remain enterprises’ partners of choice, but challengers are nipping at their heels as more organizations turn to cloud for myriad infrastructure needs, a new report found. Enterprise IT purchasers kept Amazon Web Services (AWS) atop the provider list for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), according to the 451 Research Vendor Window assessments for IaaS. In fact, 57 percent ...
April 14, 2015(0)
There’s a temptation to view the many flavors of cloud as the solution to all an enterprise’s network, storage, and infrastructure challenges. But simply transitioning existing processes to the cloud without scrutinizing every element from a security perspective compounds current vulnerabilities and creates new problems. Despite the risks, between 40 percent and 60 percent of enterprises today do not ...
April 14, 2015(0)
Information security is a perennial concern for the enterprise. Long before cloud computing came on the scene, maintaining the integrity of data and IT infrastructure was critical to success in an increasingly digitized economy. But worrying about security and understanding the nature of the threats that confront modern data environments are two very different things. And the fact remains ...
April 3, 2015(0)
As practitioners of big data analytics seek to bring computing power closer to the data rather than the other way around, the cloud is emerging as the preferred platform for increasingly sophisticated data crunching by more industries adopting big data strategies. For now, market watcher Wikibon concluded in a big data vendor and market forecast released this week that ...
April 3, 2015(0)
Enterprises are leaving behind virtualization and rapidly advancing toward internal and hosted private clouds as organizations drive toward more innovation, more efficient infrastructures, and more business-oriented IT departments. By 2019, 42 percent of businesses will rely on on-premise plus public cloud (hybrid) or fully public cloud, compared with 12 percent in 2015, according to Saugatuck Technology’s recently released Cloud ...
April 1, 2015(0)
Investors, including major cloud players, continue to pour money into cloud security and automation startups as the need grows to protect sensitive data and defend cloud infrastructure. Among the beneficiaries is Hytrust Inc., the cloud security specialist based in Mountain View, Calif., which announced its latest cash infusion this week totaling $33 million. The funding round includes $8 million ...
March 31, 2015(0)
The money keeps pouring into the thing called the Internet of Things. IBM joined a growing list of technology giants this week in announcing plans to invest $3 billion over the next four years to “connect the Internet of Things to the enterprise.” The effort announced Tuesday (March 31) includes plans to build a cloud platform that would help ...
March 26, 2015(0)
Cloud infrastructure startups are popping up these days in Silicon Valley like spring daffodils. The latest to emerge from stealth mode is Rubrik Inc., which rolled out a converged data management platform this week that eliminates the need for backup software. Rubrik, Palo Alto, Calif., was founded by top engineers from Data Domain, Facebook, Google and VMware. Co-founder and ...
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