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Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
November 5, 2018

Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: November 5, 2018. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.


News Flashes

IBM is buying Red Hat, a provider of open source cloud software, in a $34-billion acquisition. The result of the acquisition is IBM taking a greater role in the fast-growing hybrid cloud market. The agreement is subject to Red Hat shareholder and regulatory approval, and is expected to close in the latter half of 2019.

Morpheus Data is rolling out enhancements to its next-gen multi-cloud management platform (CMP) in support of hybrid IT projects. The Morpheus next-generation CMP bridges this gap by simplifying hybrid IT management across clouds, assuring compliance, and providing developers resources on demand.

NetApp, a provider of hybrid cloud solutions, is updating a variety of its products including ONTAP 9.5, MAX Data, StorageGRID SG6060, NetApp Solution Support for FlexPod, and Flash Performance Guarantee.

SolarWinds, a provider of IT management software, is introducing a new view into cloud environments to help DevOps professionals gain unmatched visibility across the internal aspects of cloud environments. The enhanced functionality within SolarWinds' products Pingdom, AppOptics, Papertrail, and Loggly can be used individually to provide visibility into cloud-based infrastructure and application performance or used together as a DevOps toolkit to maintain 360-degree visibility into cloud monitoring.


News From SHARE

The mainframe is at the core of technology strategy in many industries, but critics often question whether it is still relevant. In this "Mainframe Matters" series, we're examining some of the industries where the mainframe plays a critical role, and answering the question: Why does the IBM Z matter today?


Think About It

The winning developer solutions for Call for Code, an IBM-led initiative to provide technical assistance to people and communities in the wake of natural disasters, have been disclosed.

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