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VirtaMove Announces Native Support for the "Big Three" Clouds Azure, AWS and GCP

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VirtaMove announced that its Application Migration automation technology supports workload migration to the "Big Three" clouds: Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Google Compute Platform (GCP). VirtaMove provides a dedicated version of V-Maestro, a GUI-based orchestration product, that is supported in the cloud in each of these "big three" cloud versions. The software also provides a library of migration templates that can speed application migrations for legacy Windows Servers to a modern green-field cloud-hosted Windows operating system like WS2012 or WS2016.

VirtaMove Migration Intelligence (MI) Suite is a comprehensive and innovative family of software products that orchestrates, monitors, and migrates Windows Server applications to a newer OS, in any cloud. Migration Intelligence products allow you to migrate applications from inhouse servers to the cloud and intelligently re-use migration templates for even greater efficiency and portability. The MI Suite also provides provisioning capabilities for creating the optimal destination environment in the cloud.

NAFCU Services Announces Amazon Web Services as a Preferred Partner for Cloud Computing

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NAFCU Services has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world's most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, as the Preferred Partner for their Cloud Computing Platform. Amazon Web Services joins the distinguished group of NAFCU Services Preferred Partners, carefully selected by three panels of leading credit union CEOs.

AWS offers over 125 services for computing, storage, networks, and more to help credit unions run critical applications and workloads in the cloud. With over one million monthly active customers across every industry, AWS enables credit unions to accelerate innovation, enhance member service, operate more efficiently, and strengthen security: https://aws.amazon.com/financial-services/.

Formula 1 Selects AWS as its Official Cloud and Machine Learning Provider

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Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced that Formula One Group (Formula 1) is moving the vast majority of its infrastructure from on-premises data centers to AWS, and standardizing on AWS's machine learning and data analytics services to accelerate its cloud transformation. Formula 1 will work with AWS to enhance its race strategies, data tracking systems, and digital broadcasts through a wide variety of AWS services-including Amazon SageMaker, a fully managed machine learning service that enables everyday developers and scientists to easily build and deploy machine learning models, AWS Lambda, AWS's pioneering event-driven serverless computing service, and AWS analytics services-to uncover never-before-seen metrics that will change the way fans and teams enjoy, experience, and participate in racing. Formula 1 has also selected AWS Elemental Media Services to power its video asset workflows, enhancing the viewing experience for its 500 million plus fans worldwide.

Cloud Daddy Launches First Complete AWS-Native Data Protection Solution on AWS Marketplace

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Cloud Daddy, the world's most secure AWS-native data protection solution, announced today that its one-of-a-kind product offering is now available on the AWS Marketplace.

Cloud Daddy's Secure Backup is the only solution that joins backup and disaster recovery, advanced security, and infrastructure management into one holistic offering for AWS users.

For Cloud Daddy, the move to a unified AWS-native solution reflects the changing IT landscape. "Not long ago, disaster recovery was built around the notion of natural disasters impacting an on-premises data center," said Cloud Daddy Founder and CEO Joe Merces. "In today's world, cybercrime and cyber threats join natural disasters in making secure backup and recovery a constant concern."

Kx Qualifies WekaIO to Run with its KDB+ Database in AWS EC2

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WekaIO, the innovation leader in high-performance, scalable file storage for data intensive applications, today announced that Kx, creator of the world's fastest time series database, has qualified WekaIO Matrix storage solution for use with kdb+ in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) for machine learning applications. 

This qualification of Matrix comes after Kx conducted its own rigorous benchmark testing of storage solutions available in AWS EC2 as part of a process for determining their suitability for Kx customers looking to migrate their historical kdb+ database (HDB) to the cloud. 

ECS Achieves AWS Service Delivery Designation for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud for Windows

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ECS, a leading technology provider serving public sector and commercial customers, announced that it achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Delivery designation for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) for Windows. As a Premier Consulting Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN) with AWS Service Delivery designation for Amazon EC2, ECS is recognized for managing secure, reliable, and high-performance environments for deploying Windows-based applications and workloads.

Datadog Accelerates DevSecOps, Zero Trust Strategy with Cyxtera's AppGate SDP

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Cyxtera Technologies, the secure infrastructure company, today announced that Datadog, a leading monitoring platform for cloud-scale applications, has successfully implemented AppGate SDP, a network security solution that dynamically creates encrypted, one-to-one network connections for secure user access. As a result, Datadog was able to meet stringent security standards while pursuing an aggressive Zero Trust strategy. Cyxtera' s AppGate SDP enables Datadog to automatically provision user-based, dynamic, and strengthen the security of network access to their AWS environment. 

AppGate SDP provides an adaptive and intelligent "software-defined perimeter" that increases resilience, simplifies management complexity and reduces costs. Leveraging the principles of Zero Trust networking, AppGate helps organizations dramatically reduce the attack surface of enterprise networks and provides a distributed and agile cloud-scale access control solution built for today's hybrid enterprise IT.

 

VMware Extends Commitment to U.S. Public Sector with VMware Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US)

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VMware, Inc. announced VMware Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US), a forthcoming hybrid cloud service that will enable United States public sector agencies to leverage a common cloud infrastructure on premises and in the public cloud to further increase agility and security. VMware Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US), which is on the path to secure FedRAMP authority to operate, was designed to improve IT efficiency and help lower costs as agencies transition to the cloud by enabling them to deploy and run applications on familiar VMware software-defined data centers on AWS GovCloud (US). To learn more about VMware Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US), visit https://cloud.vmware.com/govcloud.

Since 1998, VMware has been a provider of technology solutions for government agencies of all sizes, providing federal, state and local public sector organizations with counsel on security best practices and, in recent years, FedRAMP-authorized solutions. VMware cloud infrastructure software is already widely used by all cabinet-level agencies, all military services, the Department of Defense, the Intelligence community and the Judicial and Legislative branches of government. This announcement marks VMware's ongoing commitment of support to government agencies that have unique security and compliance requirements for adopting hybrid cloud. VMware Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US) will be based on these same technologies, providing government organizations with a fast and seamless onramp to the cloud so that they can enhance services virtually immediately, not only for their constituents, but also their employees.

Twistlock Releases Active Threat Protection for Serverless Functions

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Twistlock, the leading provider of container and cloud native cybersecurity solutions, today announced the addition of serverless runtime defense to the Twistlock platform.  With this new functionality, companies can extend Twistlock's automated, whitelist based threat protection to serverless functions running in AWS Lambda and other leading serverless platforms.

This new capability builds upon Twistlock's release of vulnerability scanning for serverless functions in July 2017, and brings Twistlock's serverless capabilities to parity with the full lifecycle, full stack protection the platform currently offers for containers and virtual machines. Customers can now centralize their serverless, container, and VM security in a single platform that provides developers, devops, and security teams alike the visibility and controls needed to deliver cloud native applications securely.

AppDynamics Announces New European Software-as-a-Service Offering, Fuelling Application and Business Monitoring Adoption

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AppDynamics, a Cisco company and the leader in application intelligence, today announced its new European Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering, built on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) EU (Frankfurt) Region. Now, European enterprises can accelerate their digital transformations with AppDynamics and AWS with full confidence and control of their monitoring data.

European companies are developing applications that are more powerful and sophisticated than ever, enabling them to keep up with the new pace of digital business and ever-rising customer expectations. Modern CIOs recognise that real-time application and business monitoring provides the bridge between the performance of these new and improved applications and the resulting customer experience, and critically, underpins their wider digital transformation success.

"With AppDynamics' new European SaaS offering, customers can have the best of both worlds - access to world-class SaaS-based monitoring with the peace of mind that all monitoring data is stored locally in Europe," said Firaas Rashid, EMEA CTO, AppDynamics.