Tag: cloud servers

Global Cloud

Ampere teams with Scaleway for cloud-based Arm instances

December 11, 2023

Via: Network World

Arm cloud servers are making moves in the fight for AI in the cloud. First came Amazon Web Services with its homebrewed Graviton 4 chip, a custom Arm processor used in AWS AI services. The latest move is from Ampere […]

Global Cloud

Cultivating a Culture of Cloud Innovation: Elevating Your Business Potential

August 16, 2023

Via: Cloud Tweaks

Cloud computing has undoubtedly broadened the horizons for businesses embarking on a digital transformation journey, clutching the potential to reshape entire industries. However, with organizations’ rapid adoption of the cloud to stay competitive, agile, and consumer-centric, one crucial aspect is […]

Cloud Security

This large-scale hack could affect millions of servers across the world

July 21, 2023

Via: TechRadar

Cybersecurity researchers from Eclypsium have discovered two critical vulnerabilities in the AMI MegaRAC Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) software. The software is designed to provide IT teams with full access to cloud center servers, allowing them to reinstall operating systems, manage […]

Cloud Clients

Top 17 cloud cost management tools

January 26, 2023

Via: CIO

It feels like just yesterday that we were promised that cloud servers cost just pennies. You could rent a rack with the spare change behind the sofa cushions and have money left for an ice cream sandwich. Those days are […]

Global Cloud

Cloud Outages: Causes, Consequences, Prevention, Recovery

October 7, 2022

Via: InformationWeek

Whether a cloud vendor’s servers are down, or inadequate service performance violates a customer’s SLA, a cloud outage can have serious impact on a business. Some or all cloud-based apps may be unavailable, making it impossible for organizations to access […]

Global Cloud

Salt Bugs Allow Full RCE as Root on Cloud Servers

April 30, 2020

Via: Threat Post

The open-source Salt management framework contains high-severity security vulnerabilities that allow full remote code execution as root on servers in data centers and cloud environments. And in-the-wild attacks are expected imminently. According to F-Secure researchers, the framework, authored by the […]

Deployment Models, Others

Fighting Crime on the Invisible Cloud

June 23, 2016

Via: Cloud Expo

Cloud servers bring with them distributed hosting and the ability to anonymize identities and that has enabled cloud becoming a breeding ground for criminals and even terrorists. The cloud brings unique advantages to individual and business users alike and this […]