TechTarget News - Week of Apr 30, 2017

Nyansa premieres new Voyance network analytics tools

This week, Nyansa premieres new Voyance network analytics tools, espionage takes off as a security threat and the midmarket struggles with cybersecurity.

Cisco buys SDN business Viptela

Cisco says its acquisition of supplier Viptela will enhance its own SDN functionality

X-IO storage pivots to the edge with NVMe-based Axellio

New storage strategy for X-IO centers on Axellio appliance with FabricXpress architecture. NVMe flash atop a PCIe edge storage switch allows analytics as data is ingested.

Red Hat deepens partnership with AWS

Enterprises will be able to take advantage of public cloud services in OpenShift through an expanded partnership between Red Hat and Amazon

3D XPoint et al to force architecture and software changes

New solid state technologies such as 3D XPoint will be a second tier of memory, bringing change to hardware architectures and software to be rewritten, says SNIA solid state group chair

Singapore to form data science consortium

Led by the National Research Foundation, the academic and research group will spearhead adoption of data analytics among Singaporean companies

Google hails end of multi-year enterprise cloud migrations

Google cloud chief, Diane Greene, claims multi-year datacentre migrations are no longer the norm, as some firms are making the move off-premise in weeks or months

Red Hat Gluster Storage integrated with OpenShift on AWS

Red Hat integrated Gluster storage with the OpenShift Container Platform on Amazon Web Services to provide consistent storage for on-premises and cloud application deployments.

Facebook revenues, profits and users up in first quarter

Despite a strong first quarter, investors are nervous about the future profitability and growth of Facebook as it indicates it is starting to hit advertising revenue limits

NHS Digital picks up pace on paperless healthcare

NHS Digital’s director of digital transformation, Beverley Bryant, says the organisation needs to demonstrate pace and agility and highlights plans for improving interoperability, standards and collaboration with suppliers

Testing is key to IoT security, says researcher

Building an effective testing process across all elements associated with a product is key to securing the internet of things, according to a researcher in the field

TLS client authentication ensures secure IoT connection

The TLS client authentication protocol has been part of the security standard for years, but it's just now coming into its own in certifying secure IoT connections.

New types of ransomware innovate to find opportunity

There is no shortage of new types of ransomware, many with unique features, and experts say it's an exercise in innovation and finding revenue opportunity.

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