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Netskope expands its NewEdge network in its data center in Barcelona |  News |  infrastructures

Netskope expands its NewEdge network in its data center in Barcelona | News | infrastructures

Netskope expands its NewEdge network in its data center in Barcelona As part of the global expansion of its NewEdge network, Netskope has announced the opening and commissioning of a data center in Barcelona. With this point of presence, which is added to the one already existing in Madrid, Netskope expands its NewEdge network, being present in more than 50 regions around the world. This new deployment in Spain, together with the one in Madrid, will make it possible to respond to the growing demand of local customers, by increasing the data processing capacity in an elastic way and offering greater redundancy. Read moreErika La Tour Eiffel, an 'objectum sexual' – New York Daily News“Without a doubt, the Spanish market is very important for Netskope, where we are experiencing notable growth, considerably increasing references in strategic verticals, such as banking and insurance and Public Administration,” says Miguel Ángel Martos, Country Manager of Netskope Iberia. “Through this new data center in Barcelona, ​​together with the one already operational in Madrid, Netskope will be able to provide all available computing and SSE services to all customers in the region who rely on Netskope Security Cloud. to protect your data in SaaS, IaaS and Web in a focused way and in real time, without the traditional limitations of availability and performance”, he concludes. Because its NewEdge network is a critical component of Netskope’s cloud security vision. In this way direct connection to commercial and end-user networks, and to web, cloud and SaaS and IaaS providers that have a presence in the market is guaranteed. In addition to this direct peering approach, the new data center, developed one hundred percent on cloud technology, allows the data processing capacity to be increased elastically and...

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Record early heatwave hits France as fires flare in Spain

Record early heatwave hits France as fires flare in Spain

Issued on: 06/17/2022 – 15:30 Read moreSpain - Balearic Islands French officials urged caution Thursday as a record pre-summer heatwave spread across the country from Spain, where authorities were fighting forest fires on a sixth day of sweltering temperatures. The Weather France weather service said it was the earliest hot spell ever to hit the countryworsening a drought caused by an unusually dry winter and spring, and raising the risk of wildfires. Read moreBalearic IslandsSpainwhich has already seen its hottest May since the beginning of this century, was sweating under temperatures forecast as high as 43 degrees Celsius (109 Fahrenheit) and no relief is expected before Sunday, the Aemet weather service said. At least three forest fires erupted in Catalonia, including one near Baldomar around 140 kilometers (87 miles) northeast of Barcelona, ​​that has burned nearly 1,000 hectares (2,470 acres) but could grow to 20,000 hectares before it is contained, the regional government said. Read more2011 Dubai Champs 1.13.11 Weather dayNo evacuations have yet been ordered but people are being urged to remain in their homes. >> France’s unprecedented drought shows climate change is ‘spiralling out of control’ Neighboring Portugal saw its hottest May since 1931, with most scientists attributing the early season heat across Europe to global warming caused by greenhouse gas emissions. Scientists say heatwaves have become more likely due to climate change. As global temperatures rise over time, heatwaves are predicted to become more frequent and intense and last longer, and their impacts more widespread. ‘Worst I’ve ever seen’ The heatwave crossed the Pyrenees into southern France on Tuesday and was set to hit most of the country by Saturday, when thermometers could reach 39C in Paris. Most of France was on heatwave alert, including 12...

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