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AWS Outposts: Building the new hybrid cloud

2020-10-16 19:14:39| The Webmail Blog

AWS Outposts: Building the new hybrid cloud nellmarie.colman Fri, 10/16/2020 - 12:14   Editors Note: A version of this article was originally published on the Onica blog. Businesses are embracing the cloud to drive growth, foster innovation and enhance customer experiences. But sometimes you need to keep certain workloads on-premises such as when you need low-latency access, local data processing or local data storage. In those situations, how can you tap into the benefits of the cloud, while keeping those workloads on-premises? The primary solution has been to create a hybrid environment where you connect your on-premises workloads to the public cloud. This gives you the control of on-premises, with the scalability and elasticity of the cloud, for a best-of-both-worlds solution. But AWS is taking hybrid to a new level. With AWS Outposts, AWS brings its AWS cloud to you directly into your on-premises facility or data center of your choice. From AWS infrastructure to AWS services, APIs and tools, its all included in this cloud-native approach to hybrid. A powerful hybrid enabler AWS Outposts unlocks the power of the AWS-powered platform, regardless of location, for a truly consistent hybrid experience. We call this approach, Hybrid 2.0, and its being powered by the introduction of AWS Outposts. Here are three ways we see customers using AWS Outposts for their on-premises workloads: 1. Build-once, deploy anywhere Businesses are using AWS Outposts to create application consistency. Since you get the same hardware and software infrastructure and a consistent set of services and tools across your environments you can build and run modern, cloud-native applications anywhere. This means you can develop once, and then deploy in the AWS cloud or on-premises, without compatibility issues. 2. Prepare for cloud adoption, on your terms AWS Outposts can also serve as a stepping-stone to the cloud. For example, if your infrastructure is complex and tightly woven, you can use AWS Outposts to understand how it could operate in the cloud before committing to the switch. This puts you in control. 3. Build on-premises first AWS Outposts also allows you to build portable, automated, cloud-native solutions on-premises while getting used to new programming and management models. Then, you can easily port it out to the AWS cloud, a hybrid or even an Outpost in a different local zone when youre ready. Its like having cloud-native training wheels before making the jump to putting your workloads out in the field. Start your AWS Outposts journey Learn more about AWS Outposts and whether its the right fit for you. In our on-demand webinar, Redefining Hybrid: Cloud Native On-Premises with AWS Outposts, our experts share best practices for all aspects of your AWS Outposts adoption, including pricing models, location, implementation, optimization and more.   AWS Outposts: Building the new hybrid cloudSee how AWS Outposts brings the AWS cloud into your data center redefining hybrid cloud for a cloud native world. Get to know AWS Outpostshttps://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/16423/419469Watch the webinar Amazon Web Services (AWS)Professional Services - SecuritySecurityCloud InsightsDavid BeattyAWS Outposts: Building the new hybrid cloudOctober 16, 2020

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GTT sells infrastructure division for USD 2.15 billion

2020-10-16 15:50:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) GTT Communications said it has agreed to sell its infrastructure division to investment group I Squared Capital for USD 2.15 billion. GTT interim CEO Ernie Ortega said the divestment will enable the company to better focus on network investment and the development of high-speed infrastructure services. It will also reinforce GTT's capex light business model and its strategy to develop cloud networking.

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T-Mobile Netherlands to acquire MVNO Simpel

2020-10-16 11:49:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) T-Mobile Netherlands has agreed to acquire Dutch MVNO and Sim-only provider Simpel. No financial details were disclosed about the transaction, which still has to receive approval from regulator ACM.

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