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EdgeConneX and Opus Interactive Collaborate for Hybrid Multi-Cloud Solutions at the Edge

HERNDON, Va., August 11, 2021 – EdgeConneX, the pioneer in global Hyperlocal to Hyperscale Data Center Solutions, today announces its partnership with Opus Interactive, a woman-owned cloud, colocation, and IT services company based in Portland, Oregon. The partnership enables additional Edge-based cloud solutions for enterprises across the EdgeConneX global footprint. This includes Opus Interactive cloud migration with […]

RSTOR Updates  Software Defined Cloud Platform for Hybrid, Multi-Cloud Infrastructures

SARATOGA, Calif. – Feb. 25, 2021 — RSTOR, a software defined cloud platform provider that enables enterprises to manage data across hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructures, has announced a series of customer website enhancements that simplify and integrate data mobility and storage management. “After our new branding was announced, RSTOR took a fresh look at what customers need from […]

Rescale Launches Intelligent Control Plane for Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Big Compute

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 30, 2020 — Rescale Inc., the leader in enterprise big compute, announced the availability of the industry’s first hybrid and multi-cloud intelligent control plane to deliver new levels of performance, architectural control and R&D productivity. Enterprises face the challenge of fast-growing R&D workloads and new specialized hardware architectures, all while managing cost […]

Cornell Investigates Multi-cloud Cost Management with RightScale

The Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) is collaborating with RightScale, recently acquired by Flexera, to understand how to best manage and optimize costs in a multi-cloud world. “Universities and research facilities are beginning to recognize that cloud management platforms (CMPs) are a useful tool for monitoring and controlling research expenditures, particularly as scientists seek different clouds for different capabilities,” said David A. Lifka, vice president for information technologies and CIO at Cornell. “By working with the Optima team, we’re adding to our current CMP experience and gaining knowledge on how to effectively address the unique needs of research computing and education users.”