Laser beam intrusion detection systems, iris scanners, customized access cards are just some of the controls that Google uses to protect its data centers.
NetApp on Tuesday said it has released a new version of its SANtricity storage operating system with the aim of speeding up analytics workloads.
The Open Data Platform’s reorg aims to assuage criticism about untoward vendor control over the initiative to create a consistent baseline Hadoop distribution.
Docker has launched a beta of Docker for Mac and Docker for Windows, two software packages that represent significant software architecture changes made to optimize Docker for an OS-native experience.
Hoping to improve trust on the web, Google has a new tool to keep track of untrusted Certificate Authorities.
Crate Technology has designed a database system for supporting Docker containers and microservices. The technology stresses ease of use, speed and scalability while retaining the ability to use SQL against very large data sets. Crate was built to run in ephemeral environments, said Christian Lutz, Crate CEO.
Is ITIL, first formulated more than two decades ago to promote service-thinking within IT ranks, a good fit within emerging DevOps cultures?
Amazon Web Services will today launch its AWS Database Migration Service, reports have claimed. The service, which helps companies move massive databases onto Amazon Web Services, has been in preview since last October, but AWS now reportedly thinks it is ready for a full public launch, according to the Wall Street Journal.
With the release of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.6, Red Hat has set its sites on helping to move mission critical Unix workloads over to Linux machines.