Red Hat expanded the support for containers in the newly released Ansible 2.1 while also officially adding network automation features.
Google has more tightly integrated its Firebase backend as a service offering with Google Cloud Platform, giving developers the ability to store images, videos and other large files while also increasing its scalability.
SourceClear launched a new security tool aimed at developers creating software with open source. The free SourceClear Open tool is a cloud service that helps to identify existing vulnerabilities in open source libraries.
The U.S. Southwest suffered through some of the worst overall public cloud connection latency through the months of March and April, according to data provided by Cedexis.
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Details are still a little sparse about what his new role will be, but Google has hired Sam Schillace to run engineering within its cloud division.
Fujitsu has its sights set on helping enterprises in their digital transformation journey. The company launched an OpenStack-based IaaS and PaaS offering designed to accelerate application development, particularly for cloud-native apps.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is tackling the problem of application lifecycle management with the introduction of HPE ALM Octane.
An update to SignalFX's SignalFlow monitoring and analytics product aims to make it easier for operations teams to manage infrastructure and applications thanks to a new alerting system.
Red Hat is updating support for open source databases and languages in the latest incremental release of Software Collections.
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