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Cloudian announced that its HyperStore object storage has been certified with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG), a multi-cloud Kubernetes footprint that can run both on-premises in VMware vSphere and in the public cloud on Amazon EC2 and Microsoft Azure. HyperStore delivers enterprise-grade persistent storage for modern, cloud-native applications in TKG customers’ own environments, with fully native S3 compatibility, limitless scalability, military-grade security and cloud-like agility at up to 70% less cost than public cloud offerings.
Apptio Collaborates with Microsoft to Provide End-to-End Visibility, Optimization and Decisioning on the Microsoft Cloud
Apptio, Inc., a leading provider of technology business management (TBM) SaaS applications, announced a collaboration with Microsoft to deploy Apptio’s financial decisioning platform on the Microsoft Cloud to help enterprises migrate and optimize workloads.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced that Barclays has selected HPE GreenLake to deliver its global private cloud platform. The bank has signed a strategic cloud partnership, in which the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform will be integral to Barclays’ hybrid multi-cloud strategy and digital transformation across Barclays’ global businesses.
H5 Data Centers, an edge data center and carrier hotel provider, announced an expansion of its downtown Atlanta data center located at 345 Courtland St. NE. The data center expansion will include build-out of more than 20,000 square feet and total up to 3 Megawatts of concurrently maintainable, Tier III data center infrastructure, in part to support a major Internet and Cable TV service provider.
Contrast Security, the leader in next-gen code security, shared information on how global organizations are successfully using the Contrast Secure Code Platform to protect against attacks targeting applications using Log4j.