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Nov 12 2018   9:56AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (12/5 – 12/12)

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What do you hope comes of the CNMF sharing malware to VirusTotal? One expert shares his thoughts on the decision in this week’s roundup.

1. U.S. Cyber Command malware samples to be logged in VirusTotal – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

The Cyber National Mission Force will share unclassified U.S. Cyber Command malware samples to VirusTotal and one expert hopes there will be more action taken to help researchers.

2. Kubernetes on VMware gains a lifeline with Heptio acquisition – Beth Pariseau (SearchITOperations)

VMware’s Heptio buy brings it Kubernetes chops that will help it make a multi-cloud bid, but it will struggle to raise its profile in open source container management, industry watchers predict.

3. Google Cloud Scheduler brings job automation to GCP – Chris Kanaracus (SearchCloudComputing)

Google’s Cloud Scheduler managed service assists with job execution and management for cloud workloads, and it evens another score with AWS and Azure.

4. Cisco, AWS team up for Kubernetes hybrid cloud deployments – Chris Kanaracus (SearchAWS)

Kubernetes users pick up another option for container orchestration in hybrid deployments in the form of a product bundle from Cisco and AWS.

5. Dell EMC VxRail HCI builds on VMware Cloud Foundation – Garry Kranz (SearchConvergedInfrastructure)

Dell EMC builds on VMware Cloud Foundation and plans to offer a new two-node VxRail entry point, with a flexible VMware vSAN license. Dell EMC also adds VMware integration to VxBlock.

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