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ScaleMP | September 22, 2020
ScaleMP™, a leading provider of virtualization solutions for high-end computing, today announced it is expanding its memory expansion product portfolio to offer vSMP MemoryONE software for a wide range of AWS EC2 instances with NVMe SSDs. Available via AWS Marketplace, vSMP MemoryONE enables customers to easily expand instance memory to higher capacities and at a much lower cost. Bare-metal instances are supported by vSMP MemoryONE v9. The newly announced vSMP MemoryONE v10 &sh...
Virtualization Review | February 19, 2020
Cisco's huge new Annual Internet Report predicts great things for mobile 5G in the next few years but also warns of an increase in the size and frequency of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. The report, covering 2018-2023, assesses digital transformation across multiple business segments including enterprise -- with a focus on fixed broadband and mobile networking. While fixed broadband tech Ethernet and Wi-Fi is fairly stable, the company showcases big things happening in the 5G m...
Sdxcentral | January 19, 2020
Loodse demonstrated that building a cloud-native 5G network is possible on open architecture using its Kubermatic Kubernetes platform during a live demo at the recent KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America event. For the demo, Loodse’s Kubermatic platform served as a standardized base compute infrastructure across different cloud providers, delivering consistency from cloud to core to edge. And while the live demonstration was a success on stage, perhaps the real excitement was happening behind ...
scmagazine | April 13, 2020
VMWare issued a warning and patch for a vulnerability in its VMware vCenter Server that maxed out the CVSS rating system by garnering a 10.0. The issue, CVE-2020-3952, centers on the vmdir that ships with VMWare vCenter Server as it does not properly implement access controls. To exploit this vulnerability a malicious actor would have to have network access to an affected vmdir deployment giving them the ability to extract highly sensitive information which then could be used to compromise vCent...
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