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BMC has announced that the Remedy OnDemand for Public Sector solution has received authorization by the U.S. Government's Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Remedy OnDemand for Public Sector, the leading cloud-based digital service management application for federal agencies, is now authorized for deployment by all federal agencies as a core component of their digital transformation plans…

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EMC Corporation has announced the latest projects in a series of open source contributions under the EMC® {code} umbrella, including the Polly™ open source framework that enables storage allocation in scheduling environments such as Cloud Foundry, Docker, Kubernetes, and Mesos. EMC also announced new integrations and enhancements to EMC’s REX-Ray™ open source storage orchestration engine for containers…

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EMC Corporation has announced the latest addition to its cloud portfolio, Native Hybrid Cloud™ (NHC™) – a turnkey platform for cloud-native application development and deployment. As a fully integrated and engineered platform, NHC enables enterprises to innovate and scale faster. It helps enterprise IT and operations teams to better collaborate with developers, allowing for rapid application development and delivery while providing the needed protection, controls and insight to IT…

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Since blockchain is an emerging technology, until now there has been little clarity on the requirements to securely operate blockchain networks in the cloud. To help speed the adoption of blockchain for business, IBM has announced a new framework for securely operating blockchain networks, as well as new services on the IBM Cloud that are designed to meet existing regulatory and security requirements…

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Red Hat, Inc. has announced that NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has built a private cloud based on Red Hat OpenStack Platform, saving significant time and resources spent on datacenters by retooling and consolidating their in-house hardware. JPL, NASA’s primary center for robotic exploration of the solar system, used Red Hat’s OpenStack and Linux technology to modernize its on-premise storage and server capacity, giving them the ability to support hundreds of JPL mission scientists and engineers…

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