Global Desktop Virtualization in Manufacturing Market 2019

Token Hunch | September 09, 2019

Global Desktop Virtualization in Manufacturing Market 2019
Thorough cognition of Global Desktop Virtualization in Manufacturing Market, addressing market opportunities, dominant players, and growth forecast up to 2024. The Global Desktop Virtualization in Manufacturing Market research report covers coherent insights into the global Desktop Virtualization in Manufacturing market that illuminates significant market facets including market structure, scope, potential, profitability, and growth prospects. The report also explores the historical and current market sitch to derive factual estimations based on market size, share, demand, sales volume, revenue, and growth rate of the global Desktop Virtualization in Manufacturing market.

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In this video, hear Intel’s Scott Allen describe why virtualization technologies are essential for the digital transformation of business, and create opportunities for digital consumer engagement. Through virtualization of compute, networking and storage resources, your business can gain the data speeds and dynamic performance necessary to seize actionable insights and transform the customer’s experience through the analysis of big data. SHOW MORE

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Red Hat Announces New Offerings to Accelerate Open Hybrid Cloud Technologies

Red Hat | April 28, 2020

New technologies double down on vision to enable customers to ‘build anything, deploy everywhere,’ from the edge to hybrid and multicloud environments. OpenShift virtualization and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes break down application barriers and extend control over distributed resources. Latest version of leading enterprise Kubernetes platform delivers enhancements to prime developers and operation teams for cloud-native operations. Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced new offerings to help organizations of all sizes and industries optimize, scale or simply protect IT operations in the face of shifting global dynamics. Red Hat has long championed technology evolutions and wants to enable customers to build any application and deploy everywhere with the consistency and flexibility an open hybrid cloud foundation provides. Building on this vision, Red Hat’s new offerings are designed to improve the delivery, accessibility and stability of critical services and applications on a worldwide scale on the backbone of the hybrid cloud. More than ever before, Red Hat sees a need for IT to evolve to meet rapidly expanding demand for always-on digital services and ever-present connectivity. Nearly every industry, including healthcare, logistics, retail, financial services, government, education and more, is adapting in real-time to meet demand for faster, more widespread access to essential applications and services while maintaining operational stability. In the telecommunications industry, for example, traffic has spiked by more than 50% in some global regions. This surge has led telecommunications and service providers to expand capacity and speed up 5G deployments and edge computing, in turn driving examinations of network and cloud infrastructure readiness. Perhaps more than ever before, the unique needs of every organization are in sharp focus - some need to scale operations immediately to meet relentless services demand while others seek to strengthen and maintain core IT operations. Rather than only provide technologies to address one need or the other, Red Hat provides a flexible, fully open set of solutions to our customers, meeting them where they are with what they need. This could be the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform to drive greater operational stability or the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform to help rapidly scale services for critical demands, all backed by our expertise, experience and commitment to helping global communities at large, not just our immediate customers. Paul Cormier, president and CEO, Red Hat. Red Hat believes that the necessary technologies for meeting these needs are not tied to legacy software stacks or rooted in expensive proprietary technologies. Instead, the answers will be driven by open source innovation, enabling organizations to take advantage of cloud-native platforms everywhere, from the edge and on-premises datacenters to multiple public clouds. With open source technologies like Linux and Kubernetes, organizations not only have access to innovation that can help them build what's next and keep them at the forefront of their industries, but also automate, adapt and scale existing operations across IT environments with greater flexibility than proprietary vendors can provide. Read More: Computing, Cost Savings and the Cloud: The Value of Virtualization Traditional and cloud-native applications, unified and managed from the core to the edge. Red Hat’s leadership in open source communities is not for marketing or convenience. In Kubernetes, Red Hat was an early contributor alongside Google and remains the second-leading corporate contributor to Kubernetes. Red Hat is helping to advance the key technologies in Kubernetes and related communities which are enabling this cross-industry IT evolution. With Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat pioneered an enterprise Kubernetes platform that has enabled customers to embrace cloud-native approaches while also supporting existing traditional applications. Red Hat OpenShift is trusted by customers across industries because of this differentiated approach. To help further eliminate the barriers between traditional and cloud-native applications, Red Hat is introducing capabilities that enable new workloads on OpenShift and that meet customers where they are. Today Red Hat announced: OpenShift virtualization, a new feature available as a Technology Preview within Red Hat OpenShift, derived from the KubeVirt open source project. It enables organizations to develop, deploy and manage applications consisting of virtual machines alongside containers and serverless, all in one modern platform that unifies cloud-native and traditional workloads. While some vendors seek to protect legacy technology stacks by dragging Kubernetes and cloud-native functionality backwards to preserve proprietary virtualization, Red Hat does the opposite: Bringing traditional application stacks forward into a layer of open innovation, enabling customers to truly transform at their speed, not at the whims of proprietary lock-in. Read more about OpenShift virtualization’s new container-native virtualization capabilities. Read More: Introducing virtio-networking: Combining virtualization and networking for modern IT About Red Hat, Inc. Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source software solutions, using a community-powered approach to deliver reliable and high-performing Linux, hybrid cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies. Red Hat helps customers integrate new and existing IT applications, develop cloud-native applications, standardize on our industry-leading operating system, and automate, secure, and manage complex environments. Award-winning support, training, and consulting services make Red Hat a trusted adviser to the Fortune 500. As a strategic partner to cloud providers, system integrators, application vendors, customers, and open source communities, Red Hat can help organizations prepare for the digital future.

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Itopia Releases All-New Management Console Support for Windows 10 VDI on Google Cloud

itopia | December 22, 2020

itopia, the main cloud automation and orchestration answer for Google Cloud, today announced the extended capacities of its SaaS stage to send and oversee Windows 10 Client OS virtual work areas and applications. With the most recent delivery, itopia clients presently can convey worldwide arrangements of the two Windows 10 and Windows Server VDI conditions on Google Cloud's fast organization. Coinciding with its Windows 10 product release, itopia has released an all-new management console and end-user login portal, focused on streamlined UX and a snappier interface. In addition to the refined admin experience, the new itopia version release showcases: • Native Integration with Google Cloud's Sole-Tenant Nodes • Automated Gold Image Validation from Customer-Sourced Images • Customizable Admin Roles for Granular Permissions Delineation As more enterprises embrace the cloud for addressing the increasing trend of distributed workforces, itopia is positioned to provide the easiest, most cost-effective way to manage cloud VDI and DaaS environments at scale. "itopia exists to bridge the gap between Windows applications, low-cost end-user devices, and Google Cloud. As one unified management platform, itopia automates and orchestrates the entire VDI technology stack, enabling sysadmins with no VDI or Google Cloud experience to oversee global deployments and easily manage a distributed workforce." said Ubaldo Don, CTO and Co-Founder of itopia. From enormous medical services suppliers to global producers and then some, itopia's automation stage makes it simple for ventures to move their end-client remaining tasks at hand to Google Cloud and outfit their representatives with secure admittance to business basic applications and information on any gadget. "As a Premier Partner of Google Cloud, itopia is uniquely positioned to accelerate the modernization of the enterprise," said Jonathan Lieberman, CEO and Co-Founder of itopia. "itopia's Cloud VDI orchestration makes the future of end-user computing possible while slashing IT costs and unburdening IT teams." itopia is Google Cloud's select answer for cloud-local VDI and Desktop as a Service (DaaS), bringing an undertaking grade stage to the GCP Marketplace. With a single tick acquirement and a single tick organization, itopia's nearby association with Google Cloud makes computerized change conceivable in days - not months. About itopia As enterprises seek to simplify their digital transformation, itopia automates and orchestrates infrastructure on Google Cloud, enabling enterprises to shed IT burdens and focus on what they do best. itopia's core offerings include accelerating VDI workload migration to cloud-native Desktop as a Service (DaaS), eliminating costly & complex infrastructure overhead from vendors like Citrix or VMware, and providing a unified, end-to-end lifecycle management console for securely delivering Windows virtual desktops & apps to global, distributed workforces.

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Versa Networks is Recognized as a Visionary in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls

Versa Networks | November 09, 2021

Versa Networks, the recognized secure access service edge (SASE) leader, announced that Gartner has recognized it as a Visionary in the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls report. According to Gartner, “Network firewalls secure traffic bidirectionally across networks. Although these firewalls are primarily deployed as hardware appliances, clients are increasingly deploying virtual appliance firewalls, cloud-native firewalls from infrastructure as a service (IaaS) providers, and firewall as a service (FWaaS) offerings hosted directly by vendors.By 2025, 30% of new deployments of distributed branch-office firewalls will switch to firewall as a service, up from less than 10% in 2021.” The 2021 Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls report evaluated 19 different vendors on several critical criteria and positioned Versa Networks in the Visionary Quadrant. Versa Networks was recognized for its Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision in the Gartner Magic Quadrant. Versa Networks meets the demands of a post-pandemic workforce that is accessing corporate networks from any location in the world. Offering both the traditional hardware firewall solutions as well as FWaaS and public cloud firewall capabilities, Versa gives organizations the flexibility to deploy perimeter security for a hybrid, work-from-anywhere model. Versa’s network firewalls are part of the Versa Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) offering and provide comprehensive features including URL & IP-filtering, Antivirus, IPS/IDS, SSL Decryption, File Filtering, DNS Filtering, Captive Portal, Multi-Factor Authentication, Data Protection, Multi-tenancy, Secure Web Access, Zero Trust Network Access, Micro-Segmentation, Application Segmentation, and more. “We believe Versa Networks’ placement in the Gartner Visionary Quadrant in our first year of being evaluated in the Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls validates our strategy and strong execution we set out to achieve since Day One. Nearly ten years ago, our founders Apurva and Kumar Mehta made the strategic decision to design Versa in a completely unique way, and we have delivered a truly superior security platform that reflects where the market is headed. We are delivering on our vision to offer networking and security in a single-pass data path architecture, which combines Software Defined Wide Area Networking, Next Generation Firewall, Unified Threat Management, and more. With a single management console, Versa eases policy enforcement and deployment anywhere when scaling to new locations or remote users, reducing costs all while enhancing security.” Kelly Ahuja, CEO with Versa Networks Versa’s network firewall functionality is offered as a component of Versa SASE, which delivers tightly integrated services via the cloud, on-premises, or as a blended combination of both via Versa Operating System (VOS) with a Single-Pass Parallel Processing architecture and managed through a single pane of glass. Versa began delivering SASE services such as VPN, Secure SD-WAN, Edge Compute Protection, Next-Generation Firewall, Next-Generation Firewall as a Service, Secure Web Gateway (SWG), and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) more than five years ago. Versa uniquely provides contextual security based on user, role, device, application, location, security posture of the device, and content. As the leader in the fastest growing security and networking category, SASE, and executing on SASE services for years, Versa is the only solution proven to deliver the industry’s leading and differentiated architecture for high performance and security. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. About Versa Networks Versa Networks, the leader in SASE, combines extensive security, advanced networking, industry-leading SD-WAN, genuine multitenancy, and sophisticated analytics via the cloud, on-premises, or as a blended combination of both to meet SASE requirements for small to extremely large enterprises and Service Providers, and via the simplified Versa Titan cloud service designed for Lean IT. Thousands of customers globally with hundreds of thousands of sites trust Versa with their networks, security, and clouds. Versa Networks is privately held and funded by Sequoia Capital, Mayfield, Artis Ventures, Verizon Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Liberty Global Ventures, Princeville Capital, RPS Ventures and Triangle Peak Partners.

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In this video, hear Intel’s Scott Allen describe why virtualization technologies are essential for the digital transformation of business, and create opportunities for digital consumer engagement. Through virtualization of compute, networking and storage resources, your business can gain the data speeds and dynamic performance necessary to seize actionable insights and transform the customer’s experience through the analysis of big data. SHOW MORE