Category: Alphabet

Despite cloud growth, slowing revenue at Alphabet sends investors fleeing

Despite cloud growth, slowing revenue at Alphabet sends investors fleeing

Despite cloud growth, slowing revenue at Alphabet sends investors fleeing 2
Despite posting a better-than-expected first-quarter profit, Google LLC parent Alphabet Inc. today announced a slowdown in revenue growth that sent investors to the exits. In a quarter made murkier by accounting changes announced earlier this month, Alphabet Inc. reported a first-quarter profit of $6.6 billion, or $9.50 a share, down from $13.33 a year ago […]

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Google supercharges its Kubernetes service with new security, automation features

Google supercharges its Kubernetes service with new security, automation features

Google supercharges its Kubernetes service with new security, automation features 3
Google LLC today introduced GKE Advanced, a heavily upgraded version of its cloud Kubernetes service with security and automation features aimed at the enterprise crowd. Kubernetes is the leading open-source framework for running software container deployments. Containers, in turn, are emerging as enterprises’ tool of choice for building and deploying applications. The technology makes cloud services portable, […]

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At Next, Google Cloud makes case for capital investment and security

At Next, Google Cloud makes case for capital investment and security

At Next, Google Cloud makes case for capital investment and security 4
Businesses with big ambitions had better be able to fund them. Google Cloud’s top executive made it a point today to ensure there would not be any doubts about the level of his company’s commitment as a major cloud provider. Google Cloud Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kurian opened his keynote remarks at the company’s Cloud Next conference in […]

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