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Datera joins Accelerite Cloud Technology Partnership Program

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Datera, a provider of elastic storage for on-premises clouds, announced a strategic partnership with Accelerite, a leading vendor of enterprise infrastructure software. With this partnership, Accelerite and Datera offer a private cloud solution that is architected as-a-service for all-flash and hybrid flexibility and optimized for true scale-out and enterprise-class performance. This partnership will authorize Accelerite to offer Datera’s Elastic Data Fabric through all of its channels, which allows companies to run enterprise applications at web-scale economics, and adapt quickly to ever-changing business demands.

Accelerite is the largest private cloud technology provider based on Apache CloudStack™. With the Datera Elastic Data Fabric software, enterprise data centers will have intelligent and flexible data storage capabilities that seamlessly adapt to their ever-changing business demands. The Datera software works on commodity x86 servers for all clouds, allowing companies to have the agility to run enterprise applications at web-scale operational efficiency and enterprise class performance with low latency.
 

Severalnines and WooServers bring ClusterControl to web hosting

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Severalnines, the provider of database automation and management software for open source databases, today announced its latest partnership with WooServers. WooServers is a web hosting platform, used by 5,500 businesses, such as WhiteSharkMedia and SwiftServe to host their websites and applications.

WooServers will make available, in this partnership with Severalnines, a managed service that includes comprehensive infrastructure automation and management of MySQL-based database clusters. The service is available on WooServers data centers, as well as on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. The main target group is online businesses who rely on solid IT infrastructure, but wish to avoid the operational heavy lifting of managing high availability databases across data centers, or even across different cloud providers.
 

Microsoft and SUSE have new public cloud deal

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Microsoft and SUSE signed a patent-licensing deal in 2006, at a time when SUSE was operating under the Novell umbrella in the US. Novell was acquired by the Attachmate Group in 2010 and later sold to the British mainframe company Micro Focus in 2014. From the time of the Attachmate purchase, SUSE went back to operating as an independent business unit in Nuremberg as it had been before it was first bought by Novell in 2003. In July 2011, Microsoft announced the SUSE deal would be extended till 1 January this year.

Last year when Microsoft was asked about the continuation of the deal, the company refused to say anything openly. The 2006 deal did not go down well with the free and open source software community and one prominent developer, Jeremy Allison of the Samba project, left Novell in protest...

Oracle Unveils New Cloud Partner Platform

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A new enterprise offering introduced by Oracle today is designed to enable independent software vendors (ISVs) to transition their businesses to the cloud, the company said. The new platform, called the Oracle Cloud Platform Ready for Independent Software Vendors, will allow ISVs to quickly register and publish their Oracle Cloud-compatible applications on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, allowing them to fast-track new business opportunities in the cloud.

Oracle's new cloud platform is part of its Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), a partnership program designed to help market products through a tiered participation program. The new platform will provide PartnerNetwork members benefits at the Silver level or higher and allow them to create initial application listings in the platform and infrastructure sections of the Oracle Cloud Marketplace in minutes...

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Citrix, Microsoft Extend Partnership to Grow Cloud Reach

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Citrix has selected Microsoft Azure as its preferred and strategic cloud partner, according to an announcement Tuesday at Citrix Synergy. The extended partnership will help customers move to the cloud, and more specifically, migrate to Windows 10 and Office 365. Citrix Synergy is taking place this week in Las Vegas where Citrix is making a number of announcements, including an expanded Citrix Cloud, which brings together every major Citrix product and can be accessed individually or together as a unified Workspace as a Service solution.

Citrix and Microsoft will work together on new integrations between Citrix XenMobile, NetScaler and the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) as well. “Companies of all sizes across all industries around the world have an amazing opportunity to embrace digital transformation and empower their people to work productively from anywhere at any time,” Kirill Tatarinov, president and CEO of Citrix said in a statement...

EdgeConneX Launches Portland Edge Data Center Cloud Ecosystem With Industry-Leading Partners

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EdgeConneX, specializing in global data center solutions at the edge of the network, today announces the launch of its Portland Edge Data Center Cloud Ecosystem with industry leaders including Ciena, Electric Lightwave, Megaport, Opus Interactive and ScienceLogic. The ecosystem provides EdgeConneX customers with on-demand, direct access to top cloud providers, the latest interconnection, infrastructure monitoring and performance measurement, as well as network access and managed services solutions. These partners enable customers to launch, manage and grow private, hybrid and public cloud environments with ease within a secure and reliable Edge Data Center environment. EdgeConneX also offers direct connectivity to Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect in its Portland Edge Data Center.

EdgeConneX's ecosystem partnership with Megaport allows customers to access the company's SDN-enabled elastic interconnection fabric that enables direct, seamless connectivity to AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform via an Application Program Interface (API). Opus Interactive aids EdgeConneX enterprise customers in their migration to the cloud, while managing their cloud infrastructure ongoing. ScienceLogic provides IT infrastructure monitoring and performance measurement services, assisting CIOs in the management of their infrastructure on a single pane of glass, no matter where the infrastructure may reside -- on premises, in colocation, or in the cloud. Electric Lightwave is the largest regional fiber provider in the west, offering network access to the cloud and private connectivity options that provide greater cloud security and lower latency for customers. Ciena is a market leader in creating customized solutions that assist customers in the management of complex optical and Ethernet technologies. These collective partnerships, along with others underway, position the Portland Edge Data Center as the region's most prominent cloud hub and the only way in which to locally reach AWS Direct Connect and Azure by Microsoft.

Asiasoft Solutions Partners with Stratoscale to Bring Cloud Capabilities to the Data Center

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Asiasoft Solutions, a leading IT solutions provider that specializes in cloud technologies, today announced a partnership with Stratoscale, the software company revolutionizing the data center, to deliver comprehensive, flexible and scalable data center cloud solutions to its customers.

Stratoscale’s 360 degrees partner program, PartnerFirst, was created with an all-inclusive approach to maximize partner’s technology, products and services with the goal of bringing mutual benefits to customers and partners. By partnering with Stratoscale, Asiasoft Solutions is bringing new innovation to market and delivering value to its customers by leading them into the next generation of private cloud data centers.

Cloud Computing: Huawei solidifies commitment to innovation through open partner ecosystem

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Huawei, a global ICT solutions provider, announced its latest channel developments in ‘Transforming Together 2.0’ for the Middle East during its Partner Summit 2016, taking place today at Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai, UAE. In addition, product updates will also be shared to embrace the digital era of the Internet of Things and Cloud Computing.

Huawei’s ‘Transforming Together 2.0’ channel strategy is based on developing strong, collaborative partnerships to help end-users gain maximum value out of its solutions. Huawei is committed to building an ecosystem of partners to complement and provide compelling value propositions to businesses...

vArmour Partners With Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Simplify and Secure the On-Demand Data Center

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vArmour, the data center and cloud security company, and leader in application-aware micro-segmentation with advanced security analytics, today announced a partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to simplify and secure the on-demand data center to match the speed today's digital enterprise demands. Within one system, vArmour helps organizations improve their overall security posture by reducing attack surfaces with segmentation of an organization's most sensitive assets (i.e. healthcare and financial records), by detecting malicious application or user behaviors, and by responding to incidents in real-time, whether they require containment or forensic investigation. Through the partnership, the software-based vArmour DSS Distributed Security System will provide proven rapid threat visibility and remediation when deployed on HPE Hyper-converged platforms.

IBM Partners with VMware on Hybrid Cloud and Plans to Boost Cloud Credibility

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IBM is in Las Vegas this week playing host at its InterConnect event, the company's annual cloud and mobile technology conference.  And with a number of announcements being made, IBM just rolled up its sleeves, puffed out its chest, and put others on notice that it plans on taking a seat at the big boys cloud computing table.

Big Blue announced a major partnership with VMware to bring its customers onto the IBM Cloud; and at the same time, also announced partnerships with the developer community GitHub, link shortener Bitly, the recently open-sourced Swift language from Apple, and more.