Virtual machine / VM news stories
Mitiga discovers potential hidden dangers in Google Cloud Platform’s (GCP) cloud control plane
The company also says that there is significant risk in cloud development caused by not recognising the differences between cloud and traditional definitions of common architecture terms.
Rafay Systems announces streamlined operations for virtual machines on Kubernetes
Rafay Systems has announced support for running virtual machines and containers on Kubernetes through its Kubernetes Operations Platform.
Exploring the move from virtual machines to containerisation
Until now, virtual machines (VMs) have been a core technology for optimising infrastructure resources. However, digital transformation is creating enormous data loads, and the requirement for business applications to run faster than ever before is driving a shift towards containerisation.
Virtual machine / VM
Parallels Desktop 17 announced - Apples M1 chip and Windows 11 enable impressive new features
Parallels announce Parallels Desktop 17 for Mac, with major new features for running native Windows applications on Macs with Apple M1 and Intel chips.
AMD releases Azure Data Explorer PaaS solution
The solution, created in tandem with Microsoft, can improve analytics workload performance by 30-50%, AMD claims.
NetApp announces Elastigroup for Azure Spot VMs
NetApp has announced Elastigroup for Microsoft Azure Spot Virtual Machines (VMs) is now available, aiding in businesses wanting to improve automation of computing infrastructure.
Parallels’ latest Windows on Mac solution ready for Big Sur
Desktop 16 for Mac is designed to integrate and blend with the latest MacOS and comes in standard, pro and business editions.
Business Intelligence / BI
New solution allows Windows apps on Chromebook Enterprise
Parallels and Google have partnered to enable Windows applications to run in VMs on Chromebooks without rebooting or an internet connection.
HPE introduces AI-driven hyperconverged infrastructure
Advancements to HPE SimpliVity deliver an AI-driven experience, modernises data protection and enhances usability.
Who is really responsible for cloud security?
The joy and the temptation of SaaS is that it is so easy to buy without IT even needing to be involved.
Pure Storage sees a rise in self-driving hybrid cloud infrastructure
Pure Storage announced significant customer momentum for Pure1, an AI-driven, cloud-based infrastructure management and support platform.
TYAN unveils new inference-optimised GPU platforms with NVIDIA T4 accelerators
“TYAN servers with NVIDIA T4 GPUs are designed to excel at all accelerated workloads, including machine learning, deep learning, and virtual desktops.”
Cohesity enhances integration with Microsoft solutions
Including integrations with Microsoft Exchange Online and Azure Data box.
Mimecast A/NZ names top partners at second partner awards
A range of partners across Mimecast’s ecosystem took home awards for their contribution to Mimecast's growth in the A/NZ channel.
Cohesity DataPlatform makes its way to Google Cloud
The integrated solution provides enterprise-grade backup of applications that use Google Compute Engine (GCE), addressing a growing market demand.
Synology releases Virtual Machine Manager and virtual DSM
Virtual Machine Manager attracted more than 60,000 users during its 6-month beta program.
Web Werks introduces new hypervisor-based firewall for cloud security
"Cloud services are being consumed much faster than on premise infrastructure or applications, but security is still a concern for CIOs."
How to speak like a data center geek: Software containers
We’ll define orchestration as the way individual containers are deployed and managed so they can function in harmony.
Fujitsu incorporates virtual machines to up server density loads
Fujitsu launches virtual machine control technology that can free data center racks from constraints such as electrical power & server load.