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New Relic (NYSE: NEWR), the observability company, today announced the availability of New Relic Partner Stack, an enhanced program expanding New Relic’s commitment to cloud providers, channel partners, managed service providers, and technology partners. The New Relic Partner Stack provides New Relic’s 1,000+ global partners with training and accreditation programs, marketing campaigns, personnel support, and sales tools …

The cost and complexity of application migration has long been an inhibitor for adopting cloud solutions. Whether it’s moving applications to the cloud, switching to a better set of container orchestration tools, or refactoring applications to transform them into cloud-based microservices, modernizing the IT infrastructure can be labor-intensive and things are prone to break.   …

Introduction Most products that run as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) are built to be multi-tenant, meaning that a single instance or deployment is meant to be used by multiple organizations. There’s a good reason for this: it’s generally easier to scale and operate multi-tenant applications. But in this new age of containers, orchestration, infrastructure-as-code, and Kubernetes, where …

Cloudflare, Inc. (NYSE: NET), the security, performance, and reliability company helping to build a better Internet, today announced that it has acquired Vectrix, a company that provides businesses one-click visibility and control across all of their SaaS applications. Vectrix enhances Cloudflare’s existing Zero Trust platform, Cloudflare One, by allowing security teams to scan third-party tools–including Google …

Private businesses and government organizations are moving large parts of their infrastructure and services to the cloud. However, many don’t address cyber risks properly. Many organizations struggle to identify security risks when it comes to their infrastructure because they have no precise understanding of the model of the cloud services they are using or their …

Companies are adopting software as a service (SaaS) at a rapid pace. There are many factors contributing to this trend, including: Operational efficiency – There are significant time and cost benefits to using vendor-managed, cloud-hosted software versus installing and maintaining commercial, off-the-shelf software in your own data centers. Security – In a SaaS model, the …

With the ever-increasing complexity in today’s software stacks, there’s a greater need to ramp up an organization’s observability capabilities to take on challenges brought about by cloud technology. Having a robust observability mechanism helps organizations detect and remediate issues and threats to their applications and infrastructure well in advance. A log is a crucial component …

Guest post originally published on Logiq’s blog by Ajit Chelat Cloud computing is everywhere. An ever-increasing number of businesses have turned to the cloud for their storage, compute, analytics, content management and business operations demands. With its ever-increasing adoption, cloud computing is quickly turning into the lifeline for infrastructure, platform, and software setups for organizations of all …

Whether your company is processing e-commerce transactions, producing goods or delivering IT services, you need to manage the flow of work across a variety of systems. And while it’s possible to manage those workflows manually or with general-purpose tools, doing so is much easier with a purpose-built product. Google Cloud has two workflow tools in …

The rapid move to the cloud and remote work prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic are creating dynamic work environments that promise to drive new levels of productivity and innovation. But they have also opened the door to a host of new security and reliability concerns and sparked a significant increase in cyberattacks. The Federal Bureau …