Showing posts from July 21, 2015

Configurable, extended backup retention and archiving in the cloud

Backup strategies are henceforth at the core of stakes. Downtimes, lapses, low-latency and bottlenecks are not tolerated in our digital age.
This means inter alia that, businesses of all-size need advanced data protection technologies that unify backup, replication and recovery in a single, easy-to-use software solution.
The goal is also, the ability to restore operations after an incident; perform automated recovery testing and verification of backups, restore a single file, message, or a complete machine, and recover from disasters. salutes the dynamic behind AppAssure™ Replication Target VM for Azure that helps AppAssureusers to simplify backup retention, archiving and recovery by creating a VM replication target for AppAssure backups in the Azure Cloud. Existing or new instances of AppAssure or the AppAssure-based DL Series Backup and Recovery Appliance can replicate directly to the AppAssure Replication Target VM once it is deployed and ready in Azure.

Google streamlines OAuth2 experiences on its Cloud Platform services.

In our digital age, lapses, bottlenecks, disruptions and downtimes are not tolerated.
Those who use OAuth2, the global standard for authorization, know that, OAuth2 has traditionally been hard to use. It requires specialized knowledge.
With Application Default Credentials (ADC), Google is making things exciting. Henceforth all you need is a single line of auth code in your app:

Credential credential =  GoogleCredential.getApplicationDefault();

If you're not already familiar with auth concepts, including 2LO, 3LO, and service accounts, this introductionis handy. You can also find more about Google Application Default Credentials here.

Google’s gRPC framework in our mobile age.

Our mobility-efficient is more and more marked by the proliferation mobile videos, multifunction messaging apps, social apps and cloud-based collaboration apps. This trend requires streamlined resources, devices and infrastructures.
Henceforth Google’s gRPC frameworkthat can handle remote procedure calls (RPC) between mobile clients and backend servers more efficiently, uses the HTTP/2 standard, which introduces bi-directional streaming, flow control, header compression, and the ability to multiplex requests over a single TCP/IP connection. observes that, you can use gRPC to make your mobile app more bandwidth-efficient and to reduce latency between your app and services running in the cloud.

Recent Accomplishments at OpenStack; an open source software for building clouds.

Awesome; to observe that hundreds of companies around the world rely on OpenStack to deliver a stable core of cloud services to their app developers, surrounded by a vibrant ecosystem for technology innovation.
Henceforth OpenStack Powers the world with these recent accomplishments including: Interoperability testing: here Users can benefit from the ability to plug into a global network of OpenStack Powered cloud service providers. OpenStack Identity Federation: Thirty-two companies are committed to delivering federated identity (i.e., the ability to enable hybrid and multi-cloud scenarios with a seamless user experience) by the end of 2015. Community App Catalog: ( enables community members to share apps and tools designed to integrate with OpenStack clouds. Google recently signed on to sponsor the OpenStack Foundation, supporting the work around OpenStack’s new Magnum, which enables containers to be used as a first-class resource in Op…

OpenStack: Five Years of Open Cloud Collaboration: stakes, journey, actors and perspectives.

It is always exciting to talk about OpenStack; this famous open source software for building clouds. Enterprises use OpenStack to support rapid deployment of new products, reduce costs and improve internal systems.
Henceforth this open source software is De Facto Open Source Standard for Private and Hybrid
OpenStack marks its fifth anniversary this month. For those who unfamiliar, recalls that, launched in 2010 as a joint project between Rackspace and NASA, OpenStack started as two open source projects to orchestrate virtual machines and object storage. 
Henceforth it includes dozens of projects: from accelerating software development to reducing the cost of big data analytics to helping large telco providers roll out Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and next generation network services. 
The community of OpenStack supporters has grown to include more than 500 organizations and 30,000 individual members across 166 countries. There have been 4,000 contributors to…