Introducing Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Networks

| June 10, 2019

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This video discusses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Virtual Cloud Networks (VCN) an Subnets, and provides a visual overview of a sample VCN configuration.

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Public cloud muscle has proved it can bear the strain

Article | April 9, 2020

The effective dexterity and also integrity of cloud computer has been the “secret sauce” of our globe, powering job efficiency, digital events for conferences and also communications with family and friends, on the internet on-demand home entertainment, basically organizing education and learning training courses and also training workshops, sustaining ecommerce, go across boundary collective undertakings, therefore a lot more list below the standard change after the coronavirus relocated everybody inside for big amounts of time.

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AWS tags US$235 million to expand its cloud infrastructure in Latin America

Article | February 10, 2020

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is raising its stake on cloud computing infrastructure in Latin America. Proof of this is that the IT company will use R$1 billion (around US$235 million) to expand its data center in Sao Paulo. These millions will be used for its Data Processing Center located in that part of Brazil. In addition, a portion of these US$235 million will also be used to increase the services it offers to both public and private parties.The move gives reason to suggest that AWS is upping the ante in the future of startups and tech in the region that rely on cloud services to develop their own products.It launched its cloud center in Brazil in 2011 but it’ll be getting some beefing up thanks to these funds. Moreover, AWS has two Edge networks in São Paulo and two in Rio de Janeiro. As well as one in each of the following cities: Bogotá (Colombia), Buenos Aires (Argentina), and Santiago (Chile).The objective of all of this is to be the region’s prime provider of cloud infrastructure and beat out its competition AKA, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft’s Azure.

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VMware Cloud Foundation 4: Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure for Modern Apps

Article | March 27, 2020

Now, we at DSA are amazed by VMware’s new releases. At the same time, while we feel the concept is great, we don’t understand if you run VMware on public cloud, is the cost higher than simply running on the public cloud like AWS’ native virtual machines?According to VMware’s Sanjay K. Deshmukh, Vice President and Managing Director for Southeast Asia and Korea, “If you look at a total cost of ownership for a customer to run or to migrate an existing application to cloud and you compare that in situations where they run it on native cloud and VMware cloud (VMware cloud running on AWS or any provider), when you compare this two, we have seen our customers able to reduce their total cost of ownership to the upwards of about 25 to 30%.To be specific, Sanjay said the savings are, they don’t have to re-platform any of their applications in order to run in the cloud. Customers on their journey of application modernisation or moving applications to cloud will find that the amount of effort cost and energy they are saving in re-platforming and rearchitecting their applications to the cloud is massive. The costs are upward of a million-dollar per applications or more depending on the complexity of the application.

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NetApp Astra Control now deployable as on-premises software

Article | August 5, 2021

Managing your on-premises data-hungry Kubernetes applications just became easier. We are excited to announce the general availability of NetApp® Astra™ Control, now deployable as on-premises software for NetApp ONTAP® customers. This version of Astra Control, called Astra Control Center, extends the rich enterprise-class data management capabilities of ONTAP to Kubernetes applications. If your Kubernetes clusters are already using ONTAP systems for their storage, you can start using Astra Control Center to protect or migrate your Kubernetes applications with no operational disruption.

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Cloudmatic enables cloud providers to sell more cloud. Data center operators and infrastructure owners, as well as end-users, can now instantly deploy, manage and automate all aspects of the cloud within a simple UI. With our product, cloud providers of all sizes will improve operational efficiency, increase customer satisfaction, and move ahead of the competition in the innovative and fast-growing IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS markets. Providers can now deliver clients the ability to manage virtual machines, containers, load balancers, application stacks, big data, storage, networks, CDNs and more. In addition, our cutting edge migration capabilities allow users to bring external cloud and VPS services into Cloudmatic.

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