From cloud to AI, here’s what’s new in IT this week.

Autumn is a time of year that always sees a plethora of wonderful tech-based conferences. These places tend to have great opportunities to check out the latest releases and products that are on offer. However, taking a look at new releases in and out of events, here is a round-up of just a few things coming out this week in the world of tech:

Hitachi and the cloud

The Japanese car firm, Hitachi, announced in the US recently that they will now be using end-to-end services to help customers with their cloud and multicloud journeys. Bobby Soni, chief solutions and services officer at Hitachi Vantara comments on the move. He says, “At HitachiVantara, we are creating people-centric services that empower enterprises to innovate and deliver business outcomes. Our newest capabilities can help our customers achieve fully managed, secure hybrid cloud and multicloud environments faster, and can deliver actionable insights for data-driven decision making.”

Compuware and Topaz

Compuware has announced they will be taking mainframe software delivery quality to the next level with Topaz Advancements and Open Legacy Integration. They also feel this will better speed and efficiency through improved reporting and support for complex programming that will simplify test results and improve software quality.

Dynatrace use AI for better digital business results

A firm that specialises in application performance management is expanding its software intelligence platform by using real time AI powered insights. Dynatrace, the company behind the announcement, hope this will drive better digital business results by adding digital business analytics to its current intelligence platform. It will also use cloud infrastructure monitoring and digital experience management.

WSO2 releases new configuration model

Open Source firm WSO2 is offering new capabilities that it believes will help organisations to tackle digital complexities. This includes providing RESTful APIs to enable customer self-service and built-in support for managing active user sessions. “As enterprises conduct more of their business online, developers need to implement IAM solutions that ensure both secure, easy access for users and simplified management for administrators—often across multiple systems and cloud domains,” said WSO2 Vice President – Security Architecture Prabath Siriwardena. “We are extending our commitment to empowering these developers with the newest version of our open source WSO2 Identity Server.”