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CLOUD DEPLOYMENT MODELS
Oracle | April 05, 2022
NTT DOCOMO, INC. (DOCOMO), the largest mobile operator in Japan, has adopted Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to build its new development environment for ALADIN (ALl Around DoCoMo INformation Systems), one of the largest customer information management systems in the world. Using OCI, the system's 300 developers can now build modern applications in a faster and more cost-efficient manner, while DOCOMO benefits from highly available and secure compute resources, as the company expands to br...
CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
Zscaler | June 16, 2021
As per the 2021 "Exposed" report from the cloud security company Zscaler, around 400,000 servers that belongs to 1,500 companies worldwide are exposed and ascertainable over the internet, which means anyone in the world can attempt to access them, not just bad players.
Knowing about the server's existence makes it halfway for the players, who can then explore further around the application stack or server configuration for potential susceptibilities to exploit. For i...
CLOUD APP DEVELOPMENT
Spectro Cloud | March 15, 2022
Spectro Cloud, a leading platform provider of modern Kubernetes (K8s) management, today announced its Palette Edge platform, extending the Palette Real Metal™ architecture released last year. The offering sets a new industry standard for comprehensive management of Kubernetes on edge locations at the scale businesses require.
Spectro Cloud’s core Palette platform is a modern approach to Kubernetes management, enabling organizations to easily manage the complete full st...
siliconangle.com | January 21, 2020
Canonical Ltd. has come up with a way to distribute compute-intensive applications from the cloud so they can run seamlessly on low-powered Android devices.The solution, announced early today, is a platform called Anbox Cloud. It uses Android as a guest operating system to containerize workloads so they can easily be distributed from the cloud, where they run, to any kind of mobile device.
The ability to offload compute, storage and energy-intensive applications from devices to the cloud ...
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