Technological Trends in Virtualization and Cloud Management Software Market by 2019-2024

Theedge | June 06, 2019

Virtualization is a process that simulates both software and hardware on a computer using cloud to enable users to receive resources as a service over the Internet. Cloud computing involves the conversion of specific machines to a virtual image on a server within the cloud. Cloud virtualization software acts as an intermediary between cloud-based services and end-user systems. It helps in reducing operational costs and increasing efficiency of the entire network interface. Cloud virtualization solutions are not centralized and remain unaffected by natural calamities or power failures. However, this can lead to problems related to data security and privacy.

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This White Paper sets out to examine how the Internet of Things is markedly reshaping user engagement, defined here as a stakeholder’s response to some type of offering, such as, but not limited to, a product or a service. It starts with a brief overview of the Internet of Things (IoT) and explores IoT applications with an end-user focus. Through the framework of user engagement within a Smart City, i.e., citizen engagement, it investigates a range of potential IoT applications and challenges for five key Smart City use cases: municipal services management, utilities, public safety, transportation, and healthcare.

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Introducing New Security and Management Features for D2iQ's Kubernetes Platform

D2iQ | January 05, 2023

D2iQ, a company that provides enterprise Kubernetes for cloud-native applications, has announced the release of D2iQ Kubernetes Platform (DKP) 2.4. The platform includes updates, new features, and expanded infrastructure support for major cloud service providers. It makes Kubernetes clusters easier to manage in hybrid, multi-cloud, and multi-cluster environments by improving security, adding more deployment options, and improving the user interface. With the release of DKP 2.4, D2iQ is making it easier for organizations to make the transition to cloud-native applications. DKP 2.4 also includes an enhanced Insights Engine, which provides self-service troubleshooting capability and automated alerts for identifying missing best practices and deprecated API versions in cluster configurations. With the release of DKP 2.4, D2iQ continues to offer users a complete Kubernetes platform that makes it easier to deploy and manage enterprise-level apps. "At D2iQ, our goal is to consistently improve the customer's experience running enterprise-scale Kubernetes on premises, in a public cloud, or in a hybrid environment. DKP Insights Engine is just one example of our ongoing innovation and focus on simplifying Kubernetes management to help customers succeed in their cloud-native journeys." D2iQ CEO and cofounder, Tobi Knaup Support for Kubernetes 1.24, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6, Rook Ceph storage services, and better documentation for Konvoy Image Builder are some of the other features. In summary, the Kubernetes Platform 2.4 update offers a wealth of features and benefits that can improve the user experience when managing Kubernetes clusters in hybrid, multi-cloud, and multi-cluster environments. About D2iQ D2iQ is the leading provider of enterprise-grade cloud platforms, enabling businesses to embrace open-source and cloud-native innovations while delivering smarter Day 2 operations. D2iQ enables organizations to navigate and accelerate cloud-native journeys by providing enterprise-grade technologies, training, professional services, and support. D2iQ has unmatched experience driving some of the world's largest cloud deployments. D2iQ has the expertise, services, and technology to enable your success, whether you are deploying your first Kubernetes workload, optimizing your business analytics with Spark or Jupyter, or educating your developers on the benefits of cloud native. In addition to its headquarters in San Francisco, D2iQ has offices in London and Hamburg, Germany. Andreessen Horowitz, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Khosla Ventures, Koch Disruptive Technologies, Microsoft, and T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. are among the investors in D2iQ.

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Cloud Carib becomes first Caribbean Company to join VMware Sovereign Cloud Initiative

VMware | December 05, 2022

A leading provider of cloud services in the Caribbean and Latin America, Cloud Carib now joins the VMware Sovereign Cloud Initiative, helping clients better protect national sovereignty within its region of operation. The tech firm headquartered in Nassau, The Bahamas, made the formal announcement after recently attending VMware Explore 2022 Europe conference in Barcelona, formerly VMworld. Today, 100+ countries have their own laws governing how data should be managed and stored within their sovereign borders, and most of these regulations are constantly changing. Cloud Carib, as a VMware Sovereign Cloud provider, meets the significant capabilities in delivering more secure and compliant cloud services to government organizations, those in the public sector and any client with data residency requirements or concerns. “We’re extremely proud to be the first Caribbean company to join the Sovereign Cloud Initiative and are committed to helping Digital Transformation Initiatives realize sovereignty for the protection of the communities we serve. We’re dedicated to bringing sovereign cloud services to our clients, advancing the region’s data protection and sovereignty commitments, and supporting nations as they modernize and protect their data within their borders,” remarked Stelios Xeroudakis, Cloud Carib’s Founder and Chief Technology Officer. The VMware Sovereign Cloud initiative helps customers engage with trusted national cloud service providers to meet geo-specific requirements around data sovereignty and jurisdictional control; data access and integrity; data security and compliance; data independence and mobility; and data analytics and innovation. “There is no data sovereignty without cloud sovereignty. And sovereignty does not have to come at the expense of cloud innovation,” said Rajeev Bhardwaj, Vice President, Cloud Provider Platform Solutions, VMware. “VMware Sovereign Cloud providers such as Cloud Carib can help customers innovate and drive digital transformation while reducing the risk of unlocking the value of data.” New research conducted by Vanson Bourne[1] commissioned by VMware reveals that over the next two years, 96% of all companies surveyed believe data will be a source of revenue, and 50% believe it will be a significant revenue source. As economic uncertainty intensifies, it is not surprising that more business leaders are zeroing in on their data as an untapped revenue source. Yet the downside is just as big: respondents identified data sovereignty as one of the key challenges facing organizations, with 95% admitting it is a concern. Organizations that fail to comply with data sovereignty regulations often must pay fines in the hundreds of millions of dollars and suffer damage to brand reputation because of data compromise. The first jurisdiction to benefit from this rollout is our home base in The Bahamas. Joining the Sovereign Cloud initiative amplifies our decade-long commitment to this region. So, this really is just the beginning as we aim to further that commitment by offering Sovereign Cloud to each country in the region as regulations evolve and security demands increase." Cloud Carib CEO Scott MacKenzie. About Cloud Carib Cloud Carib is the region’s premier provider of managed cloud services founded upon the principles of delivering quality, agility, and value for every client. Solutions range from complex bespoke dedicated private cloud offerings to hybrid cloud services. Every solution provides clients with controlled costs, unrivalled levels of service, and unparalleled levels of data protection and privacy – when and where privacy matters. VMware VMware is a registered trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. This article may contain hyperlinks to non-VMware websites that are created and maintained by third parties who are solely responsible for the content on such websites.

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Identity Orchestration Company, Strata Identity Joins Cloud Security Alliance

Strata Identity | January 04, 2023

Strata Identity, a company that provides identity orchestration services, has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), a global organization focused on promoting best practices for secure cloud computing. Strata Identity will work with CSA members on projects related to the open source IDQL Standard and identity orchestration. The open source IDQL Standard and identity orchestration are two ways that Strata Identity is working to make cloud computing safer. Strata Identity's platform allows incompatible cloud identity systems to work together, allowing customers to unify access policies and governance. The company is also a founding member of Hexa, an open source identity federation software, and the IDQL Standard for policy orchestration. Strata Identity wants to make cloud computing safe for its customers by helping them bring their access policies and governance together. "Lack of interoperability between individual cloud identity platforms and their legacy on-premises brethren is holding back app modernization and cloud migration projects. We look forward to collaborating with the CSA’s extensive community of vendors, enterprises, and industry influencers to advance open standards for cloud identity orchestration." Eric Olden, CEO of Strata Identity Eric Olden, CEO of Strata Identity, said the company is looking forward to collaborating with the CSA to advance open standards for cloud identity orchestration. The CEO of the CSA, Jim Reavis, said that Strata Identity's expertise in multi-cloud identity orchestration will help CSA members deal with problems related to app modernization. Strata Identity is going to work with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) to help advance open standards for cloud identity orchestration. About Strata Identity Strata Identity has made a name for itself as the leader in identity orchestration for hybrid and multi-cloud environments with its innovative Maverics platform. This recipe-driven solution enables organizations to integrate and manage even the most incompatible identity systems while preserving a consistent user experience. By separating applications from identity, Maverics makes it possible to use modern authentication methods like password-less login and enforce consistent access policies without having to spend a lot of money refactoring source code.

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