Infrastructure News, Features, and Interviews

  • Red Hat commits to Openstack for 'at least' 10 years

    While Red Hat understandably wouldn't discuss anything to do with the IBM mega-acquisition - for regulatory reasons - director of product management James Labocki and senior director for product management at Openstack Nick Barcet confirmed Red Hat's commitment to Openstack for at least the next "10 years".

    14 Nov. 18 23:50 Written by By Tamlin Magee
  • How to successfully embark on a DevOps journey

    Many Australian and New Zealand companies have a keen interest in DevOps - some have very advanced DevOps cultures, while others are just beginning to see how it can be beneficial to their work.

    14 Nov. 18 01:00 Written by Ron Crocker, New Relic
  • Airservices Australia ready to host classified data in cloud

    Airservices Australia is getting to ready to potentially house a range of sensitive data in its cloud environment as a result of its partnership with the Department of the Defence for the OneSKY Australia.

    07 Nov. 18 13:48 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • In Pictures: Flash Forward: How to deliver real outcomes in the age of Storage Innovation - Sydney Breakfast

    Organisations continue to embark on the digital transformation journey, and many continue to grapple with legacy business processes, applications and infrastructure that require modernisation and automation. But at the same time, historic advancements in storage technology - particularly in all-flash and hybrid data storage - is helping IT leaders run smarter businesses and operate more efficiently. A group of technology chiefs gathered in Sydney for a Computerworld Breakfast, in partnership with Dell EMC and Intel, to hear about the substantive topic of transformation and infrastructure modernisation.

    30 Oct. 18 13:34 Written by Jennifer O'Brien
  • Chemist Warehouse plans AR guides, IoT sensors for stores

    The Chemist Warehouse chain of discount pharmacies is contemplating installing thousands of sensors in each of its stores to track customer preferences and providing augmented reality guides via customers' smartphones that would help them navigate around its stores.

    18 Oct. 18 14:41 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Banking regulator warms to cloud computing

    The head of Australia’s financial services regulator says it is taking a “more open stance on cloud usage” among banks.

    24 Sept. 18 14:40 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • ScienceLogic brings AI to IT operations

    Dave Link says he founded ScienceLogic because of his belief that after working in IT operations for much of his career he considered the discipline to be broken.

    24 Sept. 18 13:03 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Openstack Rocky builds on automation, upgrades and usability

    Time again for another Openstack release, the open source infrastructure's 18th iteration - Rocky - which promises to heap on new features that further improve automation and usability among a variety of hardware architectures.

    04 Sept. 18 09:10 Written by Tamlin Magee
  • VMware on AWS comes to Australia

    VMware has made its cloud based Software Defined Data Centre available on the AWS Sydney region, a year almost to the day since its launch in the US and almost two years after VMware and AWS announced plans to jointly develop the service.

    27 Aug. 18 10:00 Written by Stuart Corner
  • ASX eyes further opportunities for blockchain tech

    ASX Limited, which operates the Australian Securities Exchange, says that it is eyeing broader opportunities for a new blockchain-inspired platform set to replace one of its key systems.

    16 Aug. 18 11:13 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Can off-the-shelf network storage do the job I need?

    ​It’s a big question: Is it better to buy off-the-shelf network storage, or build your own?

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