Large data center interconnect users needing high-speed connectivity and bandwidth for access to massive cloud resources have a new option to handle these demands. Juniper today rolled out its Open Cloud Interconnect package.
Every CISO knows that cloud apps are being used by employees. Some are approved apps but most are not. What every CISO doesn't know is the full extent of the actions employees are taking in those cloud apps and how those actions
What makes the work of porting code to the ARM instruction set worthwhile is both the scale of cloud and the kind of services Microsoft runs in Azure. The economics works for cloud, not your data centers.
At its InterConnect conference in Las Vegas, IBM is announcing new features for its blockchain service in an attempt to bring this distributed database technology from its initial use of powering Bitcoin to a broader market, including...
Most everyone knows that as cloud adoption increases, the maturity of cloud security must also increase. But, before investing in the latest and greatest tools, we always recommend that CISOs start by defining what outcomes are
Oracle’s third quarter financial results continue to show that the company’s future is in the cloud. On Wednesday, the company reported massive growth in its software- and platform-as-a-service businesses, promising further gains as...
Many organizations are facing a reality where their security investments have been focused on-prem but their users, devices, or apps are moving off-prem. A common question we hear from CISOs is: "How do we determine when it's time to
Join our upcoming webinar to learn how Peloton Cycle leverages Loggly to gain end-to-end visibility across its entire stack on AWS. Learn why Peloton has selected Loggly to collect, view, and analyze log data from their systems,
Customers who have Reserved Instance contracts with Amazon Web Services will be able to subdivide some of their Linux and Unix virtual machine instances while maintaining their capacity discounts, thanks to new pricing changes.