IaaS Hosting

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud computing model where a hosting service provider offers computing infrastructure and resources to other organizations. IaaS hosting may include servers, the network backbone and data storage. Organisations rent or buy services based on their needs. One advantage is that organisations can up- or downscale computing resources when required. In this category you find our news articles about IaaS Hosting.

ScaleFlux Releases Global Partner Program

ScaleFlux, enabling the deployment of SSDs with computational storage at scale, has released its ScaleFlux Partner Program. Best-in-class solutions, enablement and support, a unique partner site, and financial incentives are among the partner program’s features.

Pure Storage Announces Major Updates to Its Portworx Portfolio

Pure Storage has announced a series of updates to its Portworx portfolio. It includes the general availability of its Kubernetes Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) Platform, Portworx Data Services.

Expert Blog: How Can DevOps Improve Software Quality at a Rapid Pace?

This blog aims to give a definite answer to the question as we analyze the role of DevOps in software quality. Read the Expert Blog by HHardik Shah, Tech Consultant at Simform.

Sysdig Unveils Sysdig Advisor for Simplified Kubernetes Troubleshooting

Unified cloud and container security firm Sysdig has announced the availability of Sysdig Advisor. This Kubernetes troubleshooting solution helps consolidate and prioritize relevant performance metrics in Sysdig Monitor.

SUSE Releases New Editions of Its Container Security and Management

SUSE has released SUSE NeuVector 5.0, the first edition of its container security platform since it was open sourced in January this year.

Cloud Infrastructure Firm Aiven Raises $210M At $3Bn Valuation

Aiven, a global provider of managed cloud data infrastructure and managed open-source data technologies, like PostgreSQL, Kafka and OpenSearch, on all major clouds, has raised $210 million in its Series D at a pre-money valuation of $3B.

Kubernetes Troubleshooting Firm Komodor Raises $42M

Komodor announced a $42 Million Series B funding round led by Tiger Global with participation from Felicis and existing investors Accel, NFX Capital, OldSlip Group, Pitango First, and Vine Ventures.

MariaDB Puts $25K on the Table in Distributed SQL Throwdown

In a proof of concept, users are challenged to compare Xpand, MariaDB’s distributed SQL database to another distributed SQL solution. MariaDB will contribute $25K to a nonprofit or to pay the infrastructure expenses connected with executing the test if Xpand does not exhibit superior throughput and reduced latency.

NetApp Teams with NVIDIA to Accelerate HPC and AI Deployments

NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD is now approved for NetApp EF600 all-flash NVMe storage with the BeeGFS parallel file system. The new certification would streamline artificial intelligence (AI) and high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructure, making these use cases easier to deploy.

INAP’s Network Business Assets Acquired by Unitas Global

INAP’s Network Business assets, including INAP Japan, have been bought by Unitas Global, a Digital Alpha portfolio company. This would increase Unitas Global’s range of network service capabilities that enable hybrid cloud environments.

New Cisco Technology Predicts Network Issues Before They Occur

Cisco has revealed how it is assisting networks in evolving by predicting application issues before they occur, allowing for a new level of dependability and performance.