In August, Leaseweb acquired iWeb. HostingJournalist sat down with Leaseweb Canada CEO Roger Brulotte to learn more about this acquisition, about Leaseweb’s plans with these data centers, and about the company’s strategy for the North American market.
According to CDN and cloud infrastructure provider Gсore, also known as G-Core Labs, edge computing is the future of cloud services delivery and consumption. HostingJournalist sat down with Gсore CEO Аndre Reitenbach to talk about what it means for organizations and what benefits edge computing may bring.
HostingJournalist sat down with SoftIron CEO and Co-Founder Phil Straw to learn more about his market vision, the value of software-defined, and the company’s go-to-market strategy.
Corero Network Security recently published their annual DDoS Threat Intelligence Report. HostingJournalist sat down with Co-author of the report and Corero CTO Ashley Stephenson to have a talk about the report containing trends, observations, predictions, and recommendations. Read the full interview.
Since March 2021, Gabriel Beims Bräscher has been the new VP of Apache CloudStack. He began his involvement with CloudStack while still a university student, and rose through the ranks to become a contributor, PMC member, and now VP of the project. HostingJournalist sat down with him to have a chat.
Forze Hydrogen Racing is one of only two hydrogen racing teams worldwide. The team has now migrated its IT infrastructure from an on-premises environment at the Delft university campus to Greenhouse Datacenters’ colocation data center. Martijn Loonen, Chief Aerodynamics at Forze Hydrogen Racing, shows us the value of the IT infrastructure for the team and his considerations for migrating the IT infrastructure.
INXY.HOSTING offers a marketplace where you can choose from a wide selection of hosting services including dedicated servers, CDN solutions and managed DNS services. Some well-known hosting brands offer their products here, such as Verizon, Highwinds, Servers.com, and Leaseweb. HostingJournalist sat down with Vadim Kolchev, COO of INXY, to talk about their business model.
As a fast-growing cybersecurity company, BitNinja has closed two investment rounds in the past two years. The company now aims to add a US-based lead investor in its Series B round. HostingJournalist had a conversation with BitNinja founder and CEO George Egri, who explains a bit more about the company’s strategy, market expectations and trends being observed.
The CloudFest event in Rust, Germany, is the only cloud, hosting and data center industry event with such a high fun factor. Before the pandemic, that’s to say. Will this year’s online event, March 23 – 25, be as much fun? And what about the new owners of CloudFest who bought it from GoDaddy recently, are they planning to do things different?
Unmanaged hosting services provider phoenixNAP launched its brand new bare metal cloud platform in 2020, while also launching vertical CPU scaling on its bare metal servers. HostingJournalist.com talked to phoenixNAP President Ian McClarty about their bare metal cloud product launch, the impact of the pandemic, and the company’s expectations for 2021.
Silk, a cloud data platform provider formerly known as Kaminario, with global offices located in North America, the UK, and EMEA, and its R&D in Israel, has been transforming its business from selling all-flash arrays to becoming cloud block storage solutions provider. HostingJournalist sat down with Silk CTO Derek Swanson to talk about their business transformation, Silk’s market position, and market trends they’re responding to.