Severalnines, a pioneer in providing automation and management software for database clusters, is introducing the ability to use their flagship product ClusterControl as a Private, on-prem, Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) — as a simple, more cost-effective alternative to public DBaaS offerings. Using a private, full-ops DBaaS, companies can take full advantage of working on bare metal servers where they are the only tenant. This is a great advantage for companies that need to optimize for performance (minimize overhead and latency) and create new services for both the cloud and behind the firewall.
Companies that must follow strict data governance regulations will be able to enjoy the same benefits as you have for cloud databases, but with full control, complete data privacy, and locality.
ClusterControl supports several different open source database technologies with the same benefits of scalability, reduced administration overhead, improved security, and
IBM has been making a flurry of improvements to position the company to better take advantage of the cloud opportunity. In the past year, IBM acquired Red Hat, deeply integrated many of its products, and installed new CEO Arvind Krishna and President Jim Whitehurst. The company isn’t done. Yesterday, IBM announced that it will spin out its Managed Infrastructure Services unit of its Global Technology Services division into a new public
(RTTNews) – Shares of International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) are rising more than 7% Thursday morning on the news of its plan to spin-off managed infrastructure services unit.
IBM plans to separate its managed infrastructure services unit of its Global Technology Services division into a new publicly-traded company (NewCo) and focus more on the cloud business.
“This creates two industry-leading companies, each with strategic focus and flexibility to drive client and shareholder value,” IBM said.
The spin-off is expected to be completed by the end of next year.
“IBM is laser-focused on the $1 trillion hybrid cloud opportunity. NewCo will have greater agility to design, run and modernize the infrastructure of the world’s most important organizations. Both companies will be on an improved growth trajectory with greater ability to partner and capture new opportunities – creating value for clients and shareholders” said Arvind Krishna, IBM Chief Executive Officer.
(RTTNews) – IBM (IBM) announced the company will separate its Managed Infrastructure Services unit of its Global Technology Services division into a new public company. Going forward, IBM will focus on its open hybrid cloud platform. The new company will be entirely focused on managing and modernizing client-owned infrastructures. The separation is anticipated to be achieved as a tax-free spin-off to shareholders, and completed by the end of 2021.
IBM said it will move from a company with more than half of its revenues in services to one with a majority in high-value cloud software and solutions. The company will have more than 50% of its portfolio in recurring revenues.
IBM is also taking action to simplify and optimize its operating model which includes streamlining its geographic model and transforming its go-to-market structure. The company is also continuing to consolidate its shared services.
SAN ANTONIO, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Modern Managed IT, the contract-free, full-time IT provider for small business, announced Sean Wedige joined the company as Chief Technology Officer. He was formerly the CTO of Rackspace’s Enterprise Division. Mr. Wedige began working for Rackspace seventeen years ago when it started out as a small business. Throughout his career, he has led and built technical teams whose purpose was to troubleshoot and solve his clients’ toughest technology issues.
“After many years at San Antonio’s most successful startup, I’m thrilled to be back downtown in the tech district on Houston Street,” said Sean. “Modern Managed IT has great energy and the ability to deliver better IT services for small business. Luis and the team care deeply about taking care of the underserved small businesses in our community. My customer visits in the past few days prove the impact their passion has.”