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17 Mar 2017 Red Hat Adds New NIST Certification for OpenSCAP, Expands Footprint for Open IT Security Standards [61566]
Red Hat, March 17th, 2017

Community-driven security compliance scanner certified for mission-critical deployments on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 7 by National Institute of Standards and Technology

Red Hat, Inc. announced that OpenSCAP 1.2, an open source Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) scanner, has been certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology as a U.S. government evaluated configuration and vulnerability scanner for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 7-based systems. This certification shows that OpenSCAP can analyze and evaluate security automation content correctly and has the functionality and documentation required by NIST to run in sensitive, security-conscious environments.
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08 Mar 2017 Commvault Partners With Pure Storage To Give Customers Power, Performance And Efficiency For The Flash Data Center With Cisco UCS [61352]
Commvault, March 8th, 2017

Commvault, a global leader in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, announced the integration of its Commvault Data Platform and IntelliSnap technology for FlashStack, a flexible, converged infrastructure solution offered jointly by Cisco and Pure Storage, which combines the latest in compute, network and storage hardware into a single, integrated architecture. By providing the data protection layer for FlashStack with IntelliSnap integration, Commvault is working with Pure Storage and Cisco to address the ongoing shift from the traditional silo approach of separate servers, storage, and networking equipment to a pre-designed, pre-engineered, tested and optimized solution that provides organizations a high performance, scalable infrastructure for deploying mission-critical workloads.
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27 Feb 2017 Want the Flexibility of a Cloud Database In Your Own Data Center? [61192]
By Jeffrey Erickson

Jeffrey blogs, "While the cloud is unquestionably enticing, not all computing workloads are moving there immediately. The reasons include data residency regulations, complex application architectures, and latency for real-time applications, not to mention the general squeamishness of IT groups used to controlling the underpinnings of their mission-critical applications.

Now, Oracle is removing those barriers, by bridging the gap between cloud and on premises in a way no other cloud provider has. With Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Machine, companies get the advantages of cloud - like pay-per-use and far less in-house IT management - with a machine that physically sits inside a company's own data center and is completely managed remotely by Oracle..."
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27 Feb 2017 Oracle Expands Oracle Cloud at Customer Portfolio to Database Workloads with Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine [61180]
Oracle, February 27th, 2017

Organizations equipped to reap the benefits of the Oracle Cloud Platform in their own datacenter

Continuing to help organizations simplify cloud adoption by bringing the benefits of the cloud inside their own datacenters, Oracle announced the expansion of the Oracle Cloud at Customer portfolio with the availability of Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine. With today's news, Oracle is offering organizations the ultimate in choice and flexibility in where they deploy the world's most advanced database cloud for mission-critical workloads. Organizations can now deploy Oracle Exadata in a number of ways, including as a cloud service inside their own datacenter, in the Oracle Cloud, and in a traditional on-premises environment.
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26 Jan 2017 Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform Drives High Scalability for San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit [60073]
Web-scale architecture helps deploy workloads up to 30 percent faster and slash management overhead by 50 percent

Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, announced its solutions are enabling the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to architect an enterprise cloud to improve performance and simplify management of the mission-critical services that power BART's system.

About a quarter of all workers in downtown San Francisco and Oakland use BART for their daily commute to work. BART chose Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform to simplify and consolidate operations and deployment and deliver the high-scalability needed to support its needs as a modern transit system that averages 129 million trips annually. The Nutanix solution powers BART's Oracle-based HR, finance and mission critical maintenance systems, delivering on-demand compute as application demands grow, as well as 800 virtual desktops, including graphics intensive desktops, with plans to scale to 2,000.
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