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Accurics raises $20m, continues mission to enhance cloud-native security
Accurics, a cloud cyber resilience company specialising in cloud native infrastructure, states the new investment will support the company's market momentum and help in continued development of technology.
GCloud updates capabilities with Anthos enhancements
Google Cloud has announced improvements for hybrid compatibility, services, development, migration and identity security with updates to Anthos.
Cloudflare creates Workers Unbound platform for serverless development
Cloudflare will continue to offer the original Cloudflare Workers model, now known as Cloudflare Workers Bundled. Cloudflare Workers Unbound now allows developers using the Cloudflare Workers platform to create more complex applications.
Trade Me announces full migration to cloud with Google Cloud partnership
The online auction website says the move will migrate all systems and applications off its on-premise data centres and fully migrate to the cloud.
FusionLayer introduces cloud-native blueprint for DDI solutions
The new architecture takes a cloud-native based blueprint and pairs it with a structured migration plan, so enterprises can mitigate against business continuity threats as they move away from legacy systems.
F5 Networks extends cloud services across AWS
The two companies aim to ensure that customers are able to access the full suite of F5 Networks’ software as a service and cloud-native services to migrate, build, secure, and operate applications on AWS.
Cloud-native networking core market seeing growth
Dell’Oro group has released two reports that show that the expectation for 5G is driving the growth of cloud-native IMS VoLTE and EPC core markets.
Ovum: Cloud-native development cannot be ignored by any organisation
For many, the question is no longer whether a business should venture into cloud-native, but how - Ovum has some advice for organisations.