With Dell Technologies Cloud Platform (DTCP) Private Cloud, customers can deploy a private cloud in their own data center
With Dell Technologies Cloud Platform (DTCP) Private Cloud, customers can deploy a private cloud in their own data center with pre-defined instance blocks at $14 per instance per month. “The subscription is still available, the instance capacity block is still available, and they won’t have to do a bunch of complicated sizing to figure out what hardware configuration they need,” Payne said. “This is intended for someone who really just needs a singular instance in their in their environment and they’re integrating into their existing network infrastructure,” he added. This means customers can use their own with power distribution units, data cables, and third-party switches.
IDC predicts that by end of 2021, 80% of enterprises will have put a mechanism in place to shift to cloud-centric infrastructure and applications
Research firm IDC predicts that by the end of 2021, 80 percent of enterprises will have put a mechanism in place to shift to cloud-centric infrastructure and applications twice as fast as before the coronavirus pandemic. IT leaders must accelerate the transition to a cloud-centric IT model to maintain competitive parity and to make their organizations more digitally resilient, the firm says.
Information Services Group Launched Research Study Examining Large & Growing Market for Private, Hybrid Cloud & Data Center Outsourcing Services
Information Services Group (ISG), a leading global technology research and advisory firm, has launched a research study examining the large and growing market for private cloud, hybrid cloud and data center outsourcing services. The study results will be published in a comprehensive ISG Provider Lens report, called Next-Gen Private/Hybrid Cloud – Data Center Services & Solutions 2021, scheduled to be released in July. The report will cover providers of a range of private cloud, hybrid cloud and data center services, including managed services, managed hosting and colocation services.
Twitter and AWS will create an architecture that extends Twitter’s on-premises infrastructure to enable them to seamlessly run and scale the real-time service, increase its reliability using AWS’s fault-tolerant infrastructure, and move new features into production. Twitter will take advantage of AWS Graviton2-based instances on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) to power its cloud-based workloads, and use AWS container services to develop and deploy new features and applications consistently across its hybrid infrastructure.
iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, have announced that Shearman & Sterling LLP – a multinational law firm with a distinguished history of nearly 150 years – has successfully gone live in the iManage Cloud, after selecting it as the firm’s information management platform for its global operations. Making a strategic shift to iManage Cloud from a legacy, on-premises document management approach, Shearman & Sterling has gone live with iManage Work 10, iManage Security Policy Manager, and iManage Threat Manager across 23 international offices and 2,200 legal professionals, becoming the largest New York headquartered law firm to move to iManage Work 10 in the cloud. Three regional iManage datacentres across the EU, the US, and Asia-Pac enable the firm to address its data sovereignty needs.
After rolling out bare metal services on its edge compute nodes, Lumen is teeing up private cloud and multi-tenant solutions for launch in Q1. Lumen’s Shaun Andrews, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, said the multi-tenant application and private cloud offering we’re the next steps for Lumen’s edge compute portfolio. Due to its vast fiber network, Lumen can reach 98% of the enterprises in the U.S., Europe and some Latin American countries with a low latency of 5 milliseconds one way with its edge compute nodes.