1&1 launches 1&1 Container Cluster

1&1 has introduced “1&1 Container Cluster”, a single solution featuring container clusters and the necessary IT resources to allow developers and IT administrators from companies of all sizes to respond to rapid changes in the market quickly, efficiently and with greater flexibility. Based on the industry standard Kubernetes, it allows users to automatically scale, manage and deploy software applications or selected functions.




Splunk to acquire VictorOps

Splunk has announced a definitive agreement to acquire VictorOps, Inc., a leader in DevOps incident management. Under the terms of the agreement, Splunk will acquire VictorOps for a total purchase price of approximately $120 million, subject to adjustment, to be paid in cash and Splunk securities. The acquisition is expected to close during Splunk’s fiscal second quarter, subject to customary closing conditions.




Mainframe focus

CA Technologies has announced at its second annual Built to Change Summit new leading-edge solutions that unleash the power of the mainframe for the future and new possibilities for the Modern Software Factory. CA Brightside and a new partnership with IBM seek to help clients modernise their IT infrastructure to innovate faster. CA Mainframe Resource Intelligence is a SaaS-based offering that helps clients realises ROI opportunities for the mainframe through an assessment and recommendations to optimise performance.






Low-code security taken to the 'next level'

OutSystems has launched OutSystems Sentry, a new security service for OutSystems cloud-based, Platform as a Service (PaaS) customers, providing proactive security monitoring, built-in redundancy, and 24x7 support for OutSystems customers.





MuleSoft launches Titan

MuleSoft has launched Titan, the latest release of Anypoint Platform™ that features new capabilities to easily deploy, secure and monitor composite applications across cloud environments.





Cloudhouse Containers bridge gap between existing installer formats and MSIX

Cloudhouse has announced its support for Microsoft’s latest application packaging format, MSIX, offering enterprises around the world a way to immediately adopt MSIX without having to wait for application vendors to support the new format.  By using Cloudhouse’s technology, up to 30 million Microsoft applications in use globally will be able to benefit from the functionality and security improvements delivered via MSIX.









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