Showing posts from September 15, 2016

Key to all successful open source platforms

Based on the reality that, the large number of extensions bundled in combination with each other can cause a combinatorial explosion of possible versions, lack of interoperability and issues, Key to all successful open source platforms is their ability to add features and integrate with third-party tools and solutions, through extensions.
Therefore, open source software vendors combine a curated list of fully-tested and interoperable extensions, providing a stable runtime environment as well as a safe migration path to future versions of that distribution.
Examples include Red Hat (RHEL/Fedora and JBoss/Wildfly), Acquia (Drupal), Mulesoft (Mule ESB), Hortonworks (Hadoop), and CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise distribution.

CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise as the First Enterprise Distribution of Jenkins

Reliability and Stability, installing, customizing and upgrading Jenkins, fully tested and verified distribution of Jenkins and key extensions are at the core of stakes. 
CloudBees joins other industry leaders like Red Hat, (RHEL/Fedora and JBoss/Wildfly), Acquia (Drupal), Mulesoft (Mule ESB) and Hortonworks (Hadoop) with extensively vetted and certified solutions that secure and stabilize critical open source projects.
In effect, CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, a Jenkins distribution aimed directly at enterprises can ensure the highest levels of testing and verification, with the goal to provide smooth upgrades and the most reliable and stable Jenkins foundation for software development and DevOps teams.

Mirantis + SUSE to Deliver Complete Enterprise Linux Support

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as a development platform for use with Mirantis OpenStack is at the center of stakes
In effect,SUSE and Mirantis OpenStack collaborate to support Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS; with the goal to make Mirantis a one-stop shop for OpenStack support on the leading enterprise Linux distributions.
Mirantis will now offer support, patches and updates for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS online.
SUSE and Mirantis also exploring collaboration options to further optimize SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Mirantis OpenStack and contribute all changes to the respective Open Source projects.

Dell presents new XPS and Inspiron laptops

With this new lineup of Laptops, productivity, visual experiences and performance are at the core of stakes.
The 13-inch laptops embark virtually borderless InfinityEdge display; feature a faster 7th generation Intel processor, an interesting battery life, and wireless for ultimate mobility. The starting price for the new XPS 13 is $799 and the XPS 13 Rose Gold laptop is $1,179. 
The machines are constructed with machined aluminum, carbon fiber and Corning Gorilla Glass for interesting durability and design. 
Optional infrared camera with Windows Hello lets you log in with just a look.

Managed services for OpenStack, OpenContrail and Kubernetes

Managed services for OpenStack, OpenContrail and Kubernetes are now indispensable as they deliver seamless experiences anywhere and anytime.
Mirantis is aware of stakes by acquiring TCP Cloud specialized in managed services for OpenStack, OpenContrail and Kubernetes. 
Then, the acquisition will support Mirantis’ initiative with Google and Intel to enable OpenStack on Kubernetes by equipping Mirantis to continuously deliver OpenStack to datacenters. 
In fact, the combined entity will solve the problem of upgrades, one of the primary burdens of on-premises infrastructure.

How Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Are Changing Retail

We are always at the early stages, when it comes to see a deep shift on how Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are Changing Retail. But, one can observe that, brands are already leveraging artificial intelligence (AI), VR and AR to transform the way consumers shop. 
The emergence of mixed commerce formats that use VR or AR to create an entirely new, location-flexible, endless-aisle retail format that blends together the best of brick-and-mortar and digital shopping. 
By replacing physical merchandise with 3D models, large format retailers will be able to shrink their retail footprint to an interactive sign, pop-up or main street store.
Online retailers will be able to pursue location-flexible and scalable brick and mortar strategies; and customers will enjoy configuring and interacting with their next purchase via VR and limited tactile engagement.

Recover data at any point-in-time natively in Google Cloud Platform

Migration to the public cloud and adoption of mission-critical applications deployed on non-relational and cloud databases is increasingly promoted so that, recoverability of data at-scale will continue to be of primary importance.
Based on this reality, RecoverX allows application owners and infrastructure administrators to recover data at any point-in-time natively in Google Cloud Platform. 
In effect, with its feature enhancements, RecoverX enables data recovery from Google Cloud Platform to on-premises secondary storage, as well as fosters multi-cloud deployments.

The needs created by the rapid, complex expansion of information processed across the cloud, and more

Our ever-connected digital world is very prolific in terms of data volume generated in real-time. Cloud-based applications revolutionize the way that data is generated and processed. 
In effect, as cloud-based applications revolutionize the way companies manage and deploy their business-critical IT resources, organizations of every size are seeking more efficient and effective means of ensuring their data while also planning for protection that is scalable for future growth.
This rapid, complex expansion of information processed across cloud, physical and virtual systems has created the need for workload-agnostic, flexible and customizable protection solutions.