Posts Categorized: Cloud Computing

Big Compute 20 Conference Unveils Sponsors and Inaugural Speaker Lineup

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The Big Compute Conference announced sponsors and speakers for its inaugural event, held February 11-12, 2020 at the SFJazz Center in San Francisco, CA. The two-day conference will feature business leaders and scientists describing how they are transforming their industries with access to unlimited cloud compute.   Platinum Sponsors include AWS, Intel, and Rescale; Gold Sponsors… Read more »

Barcelona-based Dedicated Hosting & Cloud Servers Launched By HCE

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Host Color Europe (HCE), a web hosting provider with points of presence in 21  European cities has announced that it started provisioning Dedicated Server Hosting and Cloud infrastructure services from Barcelona based data center. HCE infrastructure in Barcelona is located in Equinix data center. The data center is N+1 facility and is ISO 9001:2015, OHSAS… Read more »

TriggerMesh announces Open Source AWS Kinesis Controller for Knative

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TriggerMesh, a developer of serverless management solutions, today announced an open source AWS Kinesis Controller for Knative. This Kubernetes controller provides AWS Kinesis backed Knative Channels. Channels are Kubernetes Custom Resources which define a single event forwarding and persistence layer. It can be used as an alternative to Apache Kafka or Google Cloud PubSub to… Read more »

TriggerMesh announces EveryBridge Serverless Event Bus

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TriggerMesh, a developer of serverless management solutions, today announced TriggerMesh EveryBridge, a cross-cloud event bus that enables event-driven cloud-native applications across multiple cloud providers and on-prem infrastructures.  EveryBridge is a serverless event bus that connects applications together using events from virtually any event source. EveryBridge consumes real-time data from event sources, such as VMware Vsphere,… Read more »

Open Source TriggerMesh Operator Available for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for Hybrid Serverless Computing

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TriggerMesh,  a multi-cloud serverless management platform company, and Vshn, a DevOps consultancy, have announced the availability of the TriggerMesh Operator for Red Hat OpenShift  4. OpenShift 4 was recently announced by Red Hat to bring additional automation to Kubernetes applications. The TriggerMesh Operator allows OpenShift users to install the TriggerMesh management platform and integrate serverless… Read more »