In today’s connected environments, attacks on compute infrastructure are ubiquitous. Major players have been compromised by hackers and malware, with damages inflicted both to their reputation and their business. Protecting the infrastructure from external and internal threats is an important part of operating production grade cloud environments.
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As everyone in the world frets and changes their passwords, we review resources on the epochal Heartbleed bug (and why one appropriate response is to up contributions to opensource). We also review Dell’s decision to aim away from public cloud and find their sweet-spot in private, hybrid and partner enabling, and do a quick review of new features and releases in preparation for IceHouse.
As the community gears up to look forward with the release of Icehouse next week and the upcoming OpenStack Summit, RightScale has released it’s 2014 State of the Cloud report, Mirantis strikes a history-making deal with Ericsson, and Cisco makes sure nobody forgets it’s a hardware company.
Dell won’t be joining the rush to create branded public cloud solutions, said CEO Michael Dell in an April 7 CRN interview. The worldwide market, predicted to grow to $108 billion by 2017 (IDC) has drawn in a host of competitors, including Cisco, who last month vowed to spend $1 billion creating a public cloud […]
A global effort is now underway to fix the so-called ‘Heartbleed’ bug, caused by an error in an early-2011 commit to OpenSSL’s Heartbeat component. As xkcd creator Randall Munroe memorably illustrates in last week’s strip number 1354, the coding error involves a missing bounds-check, causing a server to respond to a deliberately- or accidentally-malformed query […]
Red Hat is on a PR offensive this week. In addition to blog posts about the performance of their storage and virtualization products, after last week’s announcement of the formation of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, Red Hat announced that the company’s own PaaS, OpenShift, has added Windows .NET support through the work of Uhuru Software.cloud foundry openshift paas red hat Uhuru
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