VEXXHOST Launches New Managed Kubernetes Services

VEXXHOST Kubernetes Launch

VEXXHOST Launches New Managed Kubernetes Services

MONTRÉAL, CANADA – VEXXHOST, a Canadian cloud computing provider, has announced today the launch of its container service which is used to manage container clusters. The solution is now fully available to users as a complimentary service offered on VEXXHOST’s public, private, and hybrid cloud. The container service is compatible with multiple container platforms.

The cloud infrastructure provider announced that the first platform available to its users on the container service is Kubernetes. Kubernetes is an open source container orchestration created by Google and is now part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). The service automates deployment, scaling and monitoring of containerized applications. VEXXHOST is offering Kubernetes as a service which allows users to benefit from features such as high availability, load balancing, and health monitoring without needing to invest training a technical team to run Kubernetes clusters.

“We are excited to offer a managed Kubernetes solution as we believe it provides tremendous value to any container users,” says CEO and co-founder of VEXXHOST, Mohammed Naser. “The service eliminates the complexity of managing container infrastructure while remaining agnostic of any infrastructure model.”

VEXXHOST offers all the infrastructure solutions needed to run Kubernetes such as compute, networking and storage solutions. These services are available on public, private and hybrid cloud and are based on OpenStack. This allows users to easily deploy Kubernetes on their hosting model of choice, as clusters can be span across private, public or hybrid cloud environments without requiring any change to the code or any back-end configuration changes.

The new container service, which is powered by the OpenStack project Magnum, gives users the freedom to deploy Kubernetes clusters separately or side-by-side with OpenStack. Users can use OpenStack to provision virtual machines and bare metal compute parallel to Kubernetes clusters.

VEXXHOST announced that it will soon be adding multiple other container platforms to its container service to create a fully comprehensive container solution to its users.

About VEXXHOST Inc. 
Founded in 2006, VEXXHOST Inc. is a Canadian cloud computing provider offering OpenStack public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud solutions to customers, from small businesses to governments, from over 150 different countries. VEXXHOST Inc. delivers a high level of expertise to help clients optimize cloud infrastructure so they can focus on their core competencies. For more information, visit https://vexxhost.com or follow @vexxhost on Twitter.

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Cisco Expands UCS Cloud Menu by Including Microsoft Azure Stack

This integration eases the life of IT managers and application developers to deploy, manage, and grow enterprise applications more easily and efficiently.

GreatResponder Cisco announced on during the last week in San Jose, California that the company is expanding its hybrid cloud menu by Integrating the Microsoft Azure Stack into its UCS (Unified Computing System). It enables organizations to offer Azure services from their on-premise data centers. This alliance with Cisco and Microsoft helps enterprises to modernize and grow their application solution using various tools offered by Microsoft. It will also help developers to make the applications highly flexible, and scalable hybrid cloud environment.

Cisco Systems, Inc is a one of the leading industry, especially in the field of network hardware and telecommunication equipment. Cisco is also working on different IT based technologies such as cloud computing, network security, and IoT (Internet of things). These all technologies are managed by Cisco’s subsidiaries: Cisco Jasper, Cisco Meraki, and CloudLock.

Liz Centoni, senior vice president and general manager, Computing Systems Product Group, Cisco said, “Cisco and Microsoft are coming together to offer a hybrid cloud solution built on the power of UCS and Microsoft Azure, through our joint engineering efforts, application developers and IT managers will have a turnkey solution that is easy to deploy, manage and scale.”

As the businesses grow with respect to the changing in the market dynamics they always need some new things to include in their module. They want a very stable system that suit their business needs and such as user friendly, flexible enough to optimize resources and scale on-demand. Using the Azure Stack, customers have full control of businesses, how they manage governance policies, security and performance.

Mike Neil, corporate vice president, Azure Infrastructure & Management, Microsoft Corporation said, “Microsoft and Cisco are proven innovators and trusted technology partners, giving customers the confidence their IT environments can be supported and secure. Microsoft Azure Stack provides services and application programming interfaces (APIs) compatible with the Azure public cloud, allowing developers to do their best work while giving them the agility to deploy their applications to public, private or hosted clouds.”

Here is the list of some key benefits of Microsoft Azure Stack that are now available on Cisco Unified Computing System such as accelerated growth and innovation, Industry leading fabric based UCS architecture, simple to manage and control, and increase confidence and trust.

Cisco stated that the Microsoft Azure Stack integrated system on Unified Computing System is targeted for availability in Q3 of 2017.

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Oracle Acquires Dyn Inc to Strengthen Cloud Services

orcale_dynamicGreatResponder.com Oracle Corporation on of the leading company in cloud based computing, announced that, he signed an agreement to get Dyn Inc, on 21st of November at California. Dyn is a leading company in providing the Internet performance management solutions. Dyn offers solution to monitor the product like control the product, optimizes the online infrastructure of a product, domain registration services and email products. These services will make faster the process of application delivery and access time, reduce page loading time, and make sure the end-user satisfaction.

Thomas Kurian, President, Product Development at Oracle said: “Oracle already offers enterprise-class IaaS and PaaS for companies building and running Internet applications and cloud services. Dyn’s immensely scalable and global DNS is a critical core component and a natural extension to our cloud computing platform.”

Dyn company’s solutions are driven by a global network that handles and provides around 40 billion of traffic related optimal solutions to 3,500 enterprises and their customers, including, most famous digital brands like Netflix, Twitter, LinkedIn Corp., Pfizer, Reddit, Salesforce Inc., Sodexo Inc, Spotify, Wired.com and CNBC. The Dyn’s best DNS solution, has shaped a great place in the market and also expand the Oracle cloud computing platform vastly throughout all the small and big enterprises. It also provides a one-stop solution shop for both Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) customers.

Oracle Corporation is known for selling software to the giant corporations, and now has been trying to shift their sale for more on cloud based products to encourage customers to start their time and interests in Oracle cloud computing based products.

Kyle York, Chief Strategy Officer at Dyn, said: “Oracle cloud customers will have unique access to Internet performance information that will help them optimize infrastructure costs, maximize application and website-driven revenue, and manage risk. We are excited to join Oracle and bring even more value to our customers as part of Oracle’s cloud computing platform.”

Oracle Corporation is making a world’s most comprehensive cloud computing platform from the scratch that is why the Oracle is showing more interest in acquiring Dyn’s most powerful tools such as cloud-based Internet performance and domain name system (DNS).

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