CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
Virtana | January 12, 2023
Virtana, a provider of AI-enabled solutions for hybrid cloud management and monitoring, has announced early access to its Google Cloud support for bill analysis within its solution, Virtana Cloud Cost Management. Customers of Virtana will be able to integrate with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and use Cloud Cost Management bill analysis features. They will also be able to look at trends in their GCP bill by project and service using data from up to 13 months ago.
By analyzing billing data, Virtana customers can gain greater visibility into their cloud costs and identify opportunities to optimize and reduce them. In addition, with early access to its Google Cloud support, Virtana gives customers a powerful tool for figuring out how much their cloud costs are.
Senior cloud product manager at Virtana, David McNerney, said, "We consistently heard from customers that being able to analyze cloud spending over surface trends and time is their top priority in a cost management tool for the cloud, and GCP is a must-have as more customers increasingly adopt multi-cloud infrastructure." (Source: PRNewswire)
Virtana now supports cloud customers using the three primary cloud service providers (CSPs), including AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. Upcoming GCP support from Virtana will include features like application and business mapping, idle resources, and the ability to export and share reports. In addition, with its new Google Cloud bill analysis support, Virtana gives customers an easy-to-use, data-driven way to determine how much their cloud costs.
Virtana offers a unified multi-cloud management platform to simplify application workload optimization, migration, and monitoring across public, private, and hybrid cloud environments. The cloud-agnostic SaaS platform lets businesses efficiently plan their cloud migrations and then adjust workloads across their hybrid cloud infrastructure to optimize performance, capacity, and cost. Most customers see a 25% or more reduction in cloud costs within the first ten days of using the platform.
Virtana has been named CRN's Coolest Cloud Company, Business Insider's Top Cloud Leader Reducing Public Cloud Costs, Comparably's Best Company Culture, and Gartner's Customer First Company.
eClinicalWorks | January 24, 2023
The ambulatory cloud Electronic Health Record (EHR), eClinicalWorks, recently announced that Eudora Medical Center, LLC, a family medicine practice based in Mississippi, selected eClinicalWorks Cloud EHR to offer data-driven decisions at the point of care and leverage real-time cloud intelligence.
The eClinicalWorks Cloud provides real-time zone and regional redundancy, offers scalability and flexibility to support the future growth of organizations. In addition, its practices can help in faster application deployment, collect, and transform patient data from all sources and explore new features for AI and ML. eClinicalWorks has recently invested $110 million in Microsoft Azure to keep on developing cloud services.
Amy Perkins, Nurse Practitioner at Eudora Medical Center, said, “We selected the eClinicalWorks Cloud EHR to leverage its search capabilities at the point of care, which will help us gain deep clinical insights and provide better value-based care.” She also said, “We wanted the best cloud EHR IT and solution partner to help reach our practice goals. With this cloud technology, we will be able to access key data securely—even during unexpected challenges—streamline operations, and reduce costs associated with the management of traditional hosting models.”
(Source: Business Wire)
Based in Westborough (Massachusetts) is a comprehensive EHR and Practice Management (PM) solutions provider. The company provides digitized paper charts for ambulatory practices. In addition, it develops innovative, customized tools for documentation, patient engagement, population health and revenue cycle management. The solutions by eClinicalWorks are used by 8,50,000+ medical professionals across 20+ countries. It also helps medical professionals improve care quality, reduce costs, and meet regulatory needs through leading-edge technology. Founded in 1999, the company is growing with 150,000+ Physicians and NPs using eClinicalWorks worldwide.
DartPoints | January 18, 2023
DartPoints, the cloud, colocation, infrastructure, and security solutions provider to enterprises, announced the launch of Bare Metal Cloud Solution. The company's new bare metal packages allow tenants to control the IT infrastructure completely, gaining cloud-like agility along with highly secure physical equipment and offering dedicated servers. The offerings are targeted at organizations seeking high-security levels, customization, and performance.
DartPoints' move into the bare metal market responds to the growing demand for fully customized data center services at the edge. With the continuous growth in data and the rise of hyperconverged technology, experts predicted that "The bare metal cloud market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 25.59% between 2022 and 2027.”
Bare metal users can build, test, deploy, and maintain their workloads all on a single platform. Without a dedicated compute environment, it can be hard to fine-tune things like compute or storage configurations to meet the needs of an organization. A bare metal setup gives you complete control, more processing power, and the best performance. As a result, bare metal is ideal for many uses, such as high computing power workloads, big data analytics, and hosting apps that need to be constantly updated.
The servers are single tendency and physically isolated, so the overall security is significantly simplified. It makes bare metal a good choice for organizations with strict policy or compliance requirements, like those in the financial, legal, or government sectors.
DartPoints, a worry-free technology solutions provider, was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The company delivers colocation, infrastructure, cloud and security solutions to carriers, enterprises, and cloud and content providers. Its world-class data centers provide redundancy and airtight physical security. The company's comprehensive cloud solution also allows its clients to address technology gaps with a scalable OpEx model. DartPoints believes in providing equal access to life-changing connectivity, bringing cutting-edge infrastructure to mid-size organizations, and bridging the digital divide.