Oracle and VMware expanded their partnership to help customers leverage the companies’ enterprise software and cloud solutions to make the move to the cloud. Under this new partnership, customers will be able to support their hybrid cloud strategies by running VMware Cloud Foundation on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
To drive its business at a much faster pace worldwide, Oracle announced its plans to launch 20 new Oracle Cloud regions by the end of 2020, for a total of 36 Oracle Cloud Infrastructure regions, which includes the expansion in the Middle East region with the opening of two new data centers each in UAE and Saudi Arabia.
2CRSi, manufacturer of very high-performance IT servers, recently announced the appointment of Marie de Lauzon, member of the Board of Directors, as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in order to support the Group’s rapid expansion and boost its growth potential in France and around the world.
Veeam Software, for the fourth consecutive year, has been name has been features on the Forbes 2019 Cloud 100, the definitive ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world, published by Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures.
Epsilon, a cloud-centric global connectivity and communications service provider, today announced that it is the first connectivity provider to implement a common application programming interface (API) developed by the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX),
Leading telecom company in Jordan, Zain today announced the launch of ‘The Bunker’ – a TIER III UPTIME, with 99.982% availability, state-of-the-art, military grade design and development, highly modernized, fully redundant power, cooling and communications network data center,
Fortinet announced that the FortiGate-VM, powered by the Fortinet Security Fabric, is extending its native support of VMware NSX-T Data Center to provide advanced security for East-West traffic. It will help customers more confidently unify security to extend their virtualized infrastructure
In Cloudscene’s 7th publication of the Data Centre Ecosystem Leaderboard, Teraco’s JB1 East & West data centre, is ranked 3rd globally in terms of service providers available at the facility. Cloudscene’s rankings are derived from the data published in the directory,
Paulo Pereira, Director, Systems Engineering – Emerging Markets and Eastern Europe at Nutanix discuss how Desktop as a Service (DaaS) can overcome the challenges posted by traditional desktops and laptops that can help us in transforming the digital workspace.
SIMEC Atlantis Energy Limited (‘Atlantis’), a global developer, owner and operator of sustainable energy projects, has announced ambitions for a tidal-powered data centre in Scotland. The power supply for such a data centre would include electricity supplied via a private wire network
Kingston Technology announced it has been ranked the top DRAM module supplier in the world, according to the latest rankings by DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce. Kingston retains its number 1 position with an estimated 72.17 percent market share, according to TrendForce.
Commvault, announced recently that it is all set to acquire software-defined storage (SDS) innovator, Hedvig, for $225 million. According to Crawford Del Prete, IDC’s President, “Multi cloud data management is a hard problem for customers to solve, and that translates to value.