Ingram Micro announces next generation of Odin Automation Premium
The company says that the release adds new automation capabilities to the platform
Ingram Micro, the IT products and services provider unveiled its latest digital and cloud services platform, the next generation of Odin Automation Premium. Through this platform, the company says that service providers can automate end-to-end services delivery, differentiate their offerings and digitally transform their business with speed and scale across IoT, cloud, XaaS and telco core services using a single platform.
Nimesh Davé, EVP Global Cloud, Ingram Micro said:
Service providers must transform their services and operating models to win in the digital economy, and our next generation platform enables this to happen faster, easier and more efficiently.
The company also said that significant new capabilities have been added to Ingram Micro Cloud’s next generation platform to automate every aspect of cloud, IoT and XaaS services delivery management.
Canadian Web Hosting announces Cloudash in beta
The platform brings together their Hosting as a Service platform and artificial intelligence
Canadian Web Hosting, the web hosting and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions provider, announced the first beta release of its customer intelligence platform Cloudash. The company says that the platform brings together their expanded Hosting as a Service (HaaS) platform with deep insights driven by artificial intelligence.
The company says that Cloudash is a new way to interact with web hosting and cloud hosting services and is built on React using GraphQL.
Matt McKinney, Chief Strategy Officer, Canadian Web Hosting said:
We are excited about our first beta release of Cloudash and the takeaways and actionable insights our customers are benefiting from. Our goal was to make a platform that makes us all smarter and our lives easier.
Xen Project releases new version of MirageOS
The company says that developers can now enjoy an expanded set of target platforms
The Xen Project, announced the release of MirageOS v3.0. MirageOS is an incubation project of the Xen Project, which provides basic infrastructure and marketing support to help a project to progress.
The company says that the new version includes support and tools that allow MirageOS unikernels to target additional hypervisors.
Fintan Ryan, Industry Analyst at RedMonk said:
Interest in unikernels continues to grow, and with the release of MirageOS v3.0, including the contribution of KVM support from IBM research, developers can enjoy an expanded set of target platforms.