AIOps Platform Market is Booming Worldwide IBM, Splunk, CA Technologies, VMware., Microfocus

newsexterior | July 04, 2019

AIOps Platform Market is Booming Worldwide IBM, Splunk, CA Technologies, VMware., Microfocus
The Global AIOps Platform Market report 2018 highlights the accomplishments and opportunities lies in the market throughout the forecasted period. The AIOps Platform Market report offers thorough information about the overview and the scope of the global AIOps Platform Market along with its drivers, restraints, and trends. Global AIOps Platform Market classifies such as value/volume data, marketing strategies, and expert views.This report studies the global AIOps Platform Market status and forecast, categorizes the global AIOps Platform Market size (value & volume), revenue (Million USD), product price by manufacturers, type, application, and region.

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As organizations prioritize digital transformation initiatives, many are finding that legacy networks are holding them back. To support new business models, cloud adoption, and an explosion in connected devices, modern networks must support interoperability across data centers, multiple clouds, branch locations, and edge devices. Applications now run at every point on this spectrum, and they are critical to businesses’ ability to win in hypercompetitive marketplaces. Yet, even as business success has become more dependent on this new architecture, and the amount of data flowing across connections has increased, many organizations still lack a unified approach to management, automation, and security.

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Liberty Latin America Picks Ericsson for Virtualized and Cloud-based Mobile Core Network Solutions

Ericsson | June 29, 2020

Liberty Latin America has chosen Ericsson as its sole mobile core network vendor in a major network modernization drive. The three-year deal will see Ericsson deploying virtualized and cloud-based mobile core network solutions to serve the regional Liberty Latin America market. Deployment is expected to get underway in the second half of 2020 to benefit LLA’s regional operations, specifically Puerto Rico, Panama, and the Caribbean islands. LLA’s core networks will be completely virtualized at the end of the three-year project. The deployment will include Ericsson Cloud Packet Core, Cloud Unified Data Management and Policy, Cloud Voice over LTE (VoLTE), Ericsson Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI) and Network Manager solutions.

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Virtuozzo’s Mature Linux Distribution VzLinux Now Available to Public

Virtuozzo | May 27, 2021

Virtuozzo, a world leader in high-efficiency virtualization and hyperconverged software solutions, today made available to the general public its latest VzLinux operating system (VzLinux 8). For more than 20 years, Virtuozzo has used VzLinux, an enterprise distribution, as a base OS for the company's OpenVZ virtualization solution and other commercial products, as well as a guest OS. Web hosting companies and other end users that deploy the technology benefit immediately from a stable, long-term supported Linux distribution maintained by the open-source community. VzLinux 8 is a free, multi-purpose software designed to run in containers, virtual machines, or on bare-metal servers. It is intended to support I/O-heavy, enterprise-level applications and workloads. Virtuozzo currently provides a ready-to-use utility for converting from CentOS 8 with no downtime, as well as hyperscaler templates that allow customers to run VzLinux 8 as a guest OS under several hypervisors. The conversion utility allows for the seamless conversion of CentOS 8 bare-metal servers, virtual machines, and containers, efficiently managing risk while minimizing business impact. In terms of containers, Virtuozzo provides sophisticated features such as conversion dry-run, snapshot creation for rollback, and unattended mass conversion. Converting options from CentOS 7 will be available in a future update. “With CentOS's scheduled exit later this year, the enterprise Linux distribution market is shifting away from CentOS-dominated Linux servers,” stated Maik Broemme, Senior Product Manager, Virtuozzo. “The resulting market gap requires a dependable solution with longevity, which is why we chose to make our VzLinux publicly available.” We simply want to provide the industry with a viable, free alternative that enables a seamless transition.” Virtuozzo has long supported and contributed to well-known open-source projects including OpenVZ, KVM, Docker, OpenStack, and CRIU. The company's confidence in its VzLinux distribution has led to the conversion of more than 200 CentOS servers in-house, ensuring Virtuozzo's infrastructure is future-proofed well beyond December 2021, when CentOS is set to be taken down. About Virtuozzo Virtuozzo is a leading global provider of software solutions for hybrid virtualization, storage, and cloud enablement. The company's software-defined, hyperconverged self-service platform and resource management capabilities enable hosting and service providers to offer public and private cloud services to their clients. Virtuozzo is a pioneer in the industry, having created the first commercially accessible container technology 21 years ago. Over 450 service providers, ISVs, and enterprises worldwide use the company's software solutions and services to enable over 500 thousand virtual environments running mission-critical cloud workloads. Virtuozzo, a major force in the open-source community, sponsors and/or contributes to several open-source projects, including KVM, Docker, OpenStack, OpenVZ, CRIU, and the Linux kernel.

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Dell Technologies Delivers the Latest Virtualization Capabilities for AI and Advanced Computing in VMware

Dell Technologies | June 20, 2020

Dell Technologies is the first IT company to embrace innovation that helps businesses run powerful artificial intelligence workloads in VMware environments. The Dell EMC Ready Solutions for AI: GPU-as-a-Service deliver two different designs to create virtual GPU pools to make better use of these valuable resources. With the ability to virtualize HPC and AI operations with VMware, IT teams can quickly provision hardware as needed, speed up initial deployment and configuration, and save time with simpler centralized management and security. Dell Technologies is the first IT company to embrace innovation that helps businesses run powerful artificial intelligence (AI) workloads in VMware environments. Designed to make AI easier to deploy and consume, new Dell EMC Ready Solutions based on VMware Cloud Foundation help companies gain AI insights with the combination of Dell EMC systems and new features of VMware vSphere 7, including Bitfusion. Organisations are increasingly looking to adopt Artificial Intelligence to meet their needs of data driven workloads at the edge or in the cloud. However, due to infrastructure inconsistency and skill gap, they are lagging behind in adoption. The new ready solutions – enabled by VMware Cloud Foundation on our Dell EMC PowerEdge and PowerSwitch platforms will speed up the deployment of AI projects for our customers. We, at Dell Technologies understand the nucleus of our customer’s business and provide them with the best-in class solutions to simplify their IT setup and help them fast track deployment of AI to thrive in this data era, Mr. Manish Gupta, Senior Director and GM, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies. Two new Dell EMC Ready Solutions — backed by global services help companies get systems into production quickly and economically. 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Spotlight

As organizations prioritize digital transformation initiatives, many are finding that legacy networks are holding them back. To support new business models, cloud adoption, and an explosion in connected devices, modern networks must support interoperability across data centers, multiple clouds, branch locations, and edge devices. Applications now run at every point on this spectrum, and they are critical to businesses’ ability to win in hypercompetitive marketplaces. Yet, even as business success has become more dependent on this new architecture, and the amount of data flowing across connections has increased, many organizations still lack a unified approach to management, automation, and security.