Veritas plays nicely with VMware in the cloud

Block and Files | August 22, 2019

Data protection stalwart Veritas has ported the Enterprise Data Services Platform(EDSP) for VMware onto the AWS, Azure and Google clouds.For data protection vendors, the capability to backup to and within public clouds is becoming table stakes, along with providing data analytics, compliance reporting and anti-malware.Veritas is a traditional legacy on-premises data protection vendor. Newer competitors such as Cohesity, Druva, Rubrik and Veeam provide central management for distributed data protection environments, support compliance needs and enable analytics to be run on the backed-up data.That’s the background for Veritas combining disparate products into EDSP and now adding cloud support.

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With Horizon Cloud - next-gen, user identity is separate from machine identity. Although Active Directory is used for machine identity, for user identity, admins now have the option of choosing between Azure AD and VMware Workspace ONE Access. This video demonstrates configuring directories for both Active Directory (machine identity) and Workspace ONE Access (user identity).

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With Horizon Cloud - next-gen, user identity is separate from machine identity. Although Active Directory is used for machine identity, for user identity, admins now have the option of choosing between Azure AD and VMware Workspace ONE Access. This video demonstrates configuring directories for both Active Directory (machine identity) and Workspace ONE Access (user identity).

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Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes Sees 10x Increase in Virtual Machine Deployment Launches New Release

Mirantis | January 13, 2023

Mirantis has announced that its Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes (MOSK) has seen virtual machines deployed on its infrastructure increase more than 10 times the previous year. The latest release of MOSK 22.5 includes full support for OpenStack Yoga, shared file system-as-a-service using OpenStack Manila to support legacy workloads, and easy integration with monitoring systems to provide data on the state of cloud resources. MOSK makes it possible for cloud-native and traditional applications to use digital infrastructure. This makes sure that applications are reliable and gives users full control over application data. MOSK offers centralized logging, monitoring, and alerting, as well as tools to automate management of the infrastructure underneath, from setting up hardware to configuring software. Artem Andreev, product manager, Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes commented, “The significant growth we’ve seen of VM deployment on MOSK in 2022 serves, yet again, as proof that OpenStack is still a relevant and important infrastructure for virtualized workloads at enterprises and service providers.” He further said, “MOSK hardens the open source OpenStack as the basis for mission-critical operations, removing the typical challenges of OpenStack cluster deployment and operations with an easy-to-use virtualization platform – containerized and optimally-configured for Kubernetes. (Source: Businesswire) About Mirantis Mirantis helps companies ship code faster on both public and private clouds. This makes developers more productive because they don't have to worry about managing infrastructure. The company takes a ZeroOps approach to managing and running Kubernetes and cloud environments by using intelligent automation and cloud-native skills. Mirantis provides a public cloud experience on any infrastructure, from the data center to the edge, with a single cloud experience for complete app and DevOps portability, a single pane of glass, and automated full-stack lifecycle management, all based on open source. Mirantis works with some of the biggest companies in the world, like Adobe, DocuSign, Inmarsat, Nationwide Insurance, PayPal, Reliance Jio, Societe Generale, Splunk, and S&P Global.

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A FinOps-centric Approach Helps Enterprises Track and Control Cloud Costs as Per ISG

ISG | December 30, 2022

The growing use of public clouds by enterprises is leading to an increase in cloud costs, prompting a rise in demand for FinOps platforms to monitor and control expenses, according to a report by technology research and advisory firm Information Services Group. This rise in demand for FinOps platforms reflects a change in the enterprise cloud space, where companies are now looking for solutions that give them more accurate cost insights and better control over how much they spend on the cloud. FinOps platforms, which help clients manage their global IT assets and cut costs, are becoming an important part of the public cloud ecosystem as companies adopt multi-cloud strategies and take stock of how they use the cloud and how much it costs them. FinOps platforms are becoming more popular, which gives businesses a better view of their cloud costs and more control over how much they spend on the cloud. "According to predictions, the finops market will expand by more than 30% in 2022, and future growth will probably be faster." The report named Apptio (Cloudability), Flexera, HCLTech (MyXalytics), NetApp (Spot), and VMware (CloudHealth) as leaders in the Cloud FinOps Platforms quadrant. These platforms provide customers with a comprehensive view of their cloud consumption and costs, allowing them to gain better control over their spending and make decisions that drive operational efficiency and reduce costs. As spending on the cloud continues to grow, more and more businesses will use finops platforms to make sure they get the most out of their cloud investments. About ISG ISG is a global technology research and advisory firm. ISG helps more than 800 clients, including 75 of the world's top 100 enterprises, achieve operational excellence and faster growth. Automation, cloud and data analytics, sourcing advisory, managed governance and risk services, network carrier services, strategy and operations design, change management, market intelligence, and technology research and analysis are all examples of digital transformation services. ISG, founded in 2006 and based in Stamford, Connecticut, employs more than 1,300 digitally-ready professionals in more than 20 countries. The company is known for its innovative thinking, market influence, deep industry and technology expertise, and world-class research and analytical capabilities.

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TeamViewer Streamlines Remote Support at Henkel's IT Department

TeamViewer | February 03, 2023

TeamViewer, a renowned provider of remote connectivity and workplace digitalization solutions, is streamlining remote support at the major consumer products and adhesives company, Henkel's IT department. The Düsseldorf-based firm was able to simplify and improve its worldwide internal IT support thanks to the secure corporate connectivity suite TeamViewer Tensor. With TeamViewer, IT professionals at Henkel can now connect to all of their employees' devices, including smartphones, tablets and laptops (a total of 60,000 devices worldwide), irrespective of manufacturer or operating system. Its simple deployment on devices and seamless integration with Henkel's current IT infrastructure, including connections to ServiceNow, Microsoft Azure, and Jamf, among others, were key factors in the decision for TeamViewer. In addition, TeamViewer's solution adheres to all industry-standard security features, including end-to-end encryption, scalable and flexible rights management, and single sign-on. TeamViewer's President, Americas, Patty Nagle, commented, "We have tailored TeamViewer Tensor specifically to the requirements of corporations. The solution can be scaled as required and makes it possible to access devices and machines quickly and easily from anywhere and at any time, in order provide support and maintenance. In times of mobile working, skills shortages and digital transformation at all levels of the value chain, this is a real game changer for IT departments." About TeamViewer TeamViewer Headquartered in Göppingen, Baden-Württemberg, is a global technology firm that provides a connectivity platform for remotely accessing, controlling, managing, monitoring, and repairing devices of all types, ranging from laptops and mobile phones to industrial machinery and robots. While being free for personal use, it has over 625,000 users and helps businesses of all sizes and sectors digitalize their business-critical processes through seamless connectivity. Since the company's inception in 2005, TeamViewer software has been deployed on more than 2.5 billion devices worldwide. The firm employs over 1,500 people globally and has achieved billings worth EUR 548 million in 2021.

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