Spotlight on OVH news - July 2016
No holidays for innovation! It’s time to make a round-up of the top stories and latest products in the OVH universe. Follow the guide!
•OVH Bug Bounty now accessible to all
Introduced in Paris at the beginning of July, OVH Bug Bounty allows anyone interested in computer security to report potential vulnerabilities found within the scope of the API and the Customer Control Panel. Tested internally, this program is now accessible on the bountfactory.io platform. The idea is simple: all reported bugs are examined by the security team and if required, corrective action taken, then a reward issued that can reach up to 10,000 euros. Find out more.
•VPS Cloud RAM now available permanently
Originally set to be released in limited edition, three new RAM VPS are now available permanently! Combining the high availability of the VPS Cloud with maximum RAM, they work on NVMe disks and have a Windows option. You can choose between 1, 2 or 4 vCores, as well as 6, 12 or 24 GB of RAM and 25 to 100 GB of storage. Order a VPS Cloud RAM.
•Find out how OVH traps malware and ransomware
Whenever we celebrate innovation and feel happy about the fact that information technology is now accessible to everyone, we tend to forget that this also benefits malicious network users. Launching malware or ransomware has never been so easy despite the progress made by antivirus software and for the past year and a half, OVH has been contributing in its own way to make the web a safer place. The goal is to trick malware so that it will lead us back to its authors and discourage them to use the OVH network. Find out more on this from Frank Denis, security expert with OVH’s Security Operation Center (SOC), a team made up of more than 20 people spread across three continents. Read the article
•New labs on RunAbove
As OVH's lab for future technologies, the RunAbove website offers you each month the lastest innovations, perfect to test your ideas:
-Ceph as a Service in Gamma: Get a 2TB storage space replicated three times. With the Ceph technology, your data will never be stored inside a single point of failure but rather within several clusters of physical disks. Test out Ceph as a Service.
-GTX1080 GPU servers are available: The Geforce GTX 1080 graphics card is one of the most powerful on the market. Based on the new NVIDIA Pascal architecture, it provides unprecedented performance and is ideal for video encoding or 3D display. Find out more.
-Test out Horizon View as a Service: Developed by VMware, this solution allows you to create, configure and control your own your Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) installed on a Dedicated Cloud infrastructure. Learn more.
-'DRP as a Service powered by Zerto' now available for testing
Dedicated Cloud customers can now test the solution based on leading technology Zerto in one click to set up a Disaster Recovery Plan. Activate your Zerto.
•OVH hosts Rogers' new Public Cloud services
Canadian communications and media company Rogers partners with OVH to launch new Public Cloud services allowing businesses to store their data securely in Canada while simplifying the management of their infrastructure. Read the press release.
•OVH strengthens its partnership with Cisco
OVH announced plans to enhance and expand its high-speed global network with Cisco optical technology to enable greater capacity for cloud and hosted services between its datacenters. Read the full press release.
•CES 2017 - OVH partnering with the French Tech
Once again OVH will be attending the CES, which will take place from January 6-8, 2017, in Las Vegas. In the context of their partnership, OVH and the French Tech will give 25 startups innovating in the IoT sector an opportunity to take part in the event. Discover how OVH is supporting startups on a daily basis.