Category: cloud computing

Why there will be no ‘winner take all’ in the cloud in 2020

Why there will be no ‘winner take all’ in the cloud in 2020

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Alphabet Inc.’s decision to break out revenue numbers for Google LLC’s cloud business for the first time has put the cloud computing industry back into the spotlight. Google is still way behind market leader Amazon Web Services Inc. in terms of overall cloud revenue, but the numbers show that its business is growing faster. Still, […]

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Why there will be no ‘winner takes all’ in the cloud in 2020

Why there will be no ‘winner takes all’ in the cloud in 2020

Why there will be no ‘winner takes all’ in the cloud in 2020 2
Alphabet Inc.’s decision to break out revenue numbers for Google LLC’s cloud business for the first time has put the cloud computing industry back into the spotlight. Google is still way behind market leader Amazon Web Services Inc. in terms of overall cloud revenue, but the numbers show that its business is growing faster. Still, […]

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CIA reportedly seeking to hire multiple providers for new cloud computing contracts

CIA reportedly seeking to hire multiple providers for new cloud computing contracts

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The Central Intelligence Agency is planning to adopt a multicloud strategy to hire multiple cloud infrastructure providers under a new project called the Commercial Cloud Enterprise initiative. The initiative is meant to help the CIA expand the cloud computing capabilities it gained when it awarded a $600 million contract to Amazon Web Services Inc. back […]

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Despite slight cloud slowdown, Amazon smashes earnings forecasts

Despite slight cloud slowdown, Amazon smashes earnings forecasts

Despite slight cloud slowdown, Amazon smashes earnings forecasts 4
Despite a slight slowdown in revenue growth, Amazon’s massive cloud computing company again helped buoy the entire company even in the retail-heavy fourth quarter, sending shares soaring as much as 13% in after-hours trading today. The company overall reported net income of $3.3 billion, or $6.47 a share, on a 21% rise in revenue, to […]

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The DevOps food chain: Software may be eating the world, but open source is devouring software

The DevOps food chain: Software may be eating the world, but open source is devouring software

The DevOps food chain: Software may be eating the world, but open source is devouring software 5
As the world turns digital, speed is critical. Software deployments and updates that used to take months are now happening daily, as developers adjust to the demands of an environment where continuous integration is replacing the traditional drawn-out development cycle. Fueling this ability to move fast is the open-source software movement, which is gaining strength […]

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Cloud computing: The enterprise continues the complex journey into multicloud

Cloud computing: The enterprise continues the complex journey into multicloud

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As customers continue to embrace the idea around cloud computing and multicloud, Cisco Systems Inc., has a unique position to coach many customers through this journey for the first time. So what are customer’s concerns as they start operating and dealing with multicloud? Konstantinos Roungeris (pictured, left), product marketing manager for cloud computing at Cisco, […]

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Despite cloud slowdown, Amazon smashes earnings forecasts

Despite cloud slowdown, Amazon smashes earnings forecasts

Despite cloud slowdown, Amazon smashes earnings forecasts 7
Despite a slight slowdown in revenue growth, Amazon’s massive cloud computing company again helped buoy the entire company even in the retail-heavy fourth quarter, sending shares soaring as much as 13% in after-hours trading today. The company overall reported net income of $3.3 billion, or $6.47 a share, on a 21% rise in revenue, to […]

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AWS opens the Fargate to Kubernetes

AWS opens the Fargate to Kubernetes

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Cloud computing and containers go hand in hand. The mobility associated with the cloud is based on the ability for applications to run consistently across different environments. Containers make it possible to develop, maintain and troubleshoot apps in an isolated environment, reducing overall downtime and increasing security and portability. “It’s the right way to build […]

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Three secrets to successful digital transformation and a secure data protection strategy

Three secrets to successful digital transformation and a secure data protection strategy

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The past month has been a busy one for cloud computing. November saw the community gathering at both Microsoft Ignite and KubeCon + CloudNative Con, and as the calendar rolls into December, attendees are gathering this week for the Super Bowl of cloud-computing events: Amazon Web Services’ re:Invent. While the spotlight at these events falls […]

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AWS adds Infrequent Access data option to EFS to cut file-storage costs

AWS adds Infrequent Access data option to EFS to cut file-storage costs

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As businesses step onto the cloud-migration journey, picking a cloud storage provider has traditionally meant juggling the age-old proverb of good, fast and cheap. Cheaper services could mean trading off latency and security, while fast and secure services potentially led to large monthly bills. Cloud storage market leader Amazon Web Services Inc.’s Elastic File System […]

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