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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 1
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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Cloud computing again leads the profit parade at Amazon

Cloud computing again leads the profit parade at Amazon

Cloud computing again leads the profit parade at Amazon 2
There’s still a cloud hanging over Amazon.com Inc., but that’s a good thing. Thanks once again to strong growth in its cloud computing operation, the tech and retail giant today reported better-than-expected profits in its first quarter. But light guidance for second-quarter companywide operating income kept a lid on shares, which rose only about 1% […]

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How multicloud cost models are shifting – and what to do about it

How multicloud cost models are shifting – and what to do about it

How multicloud cost models are shifting – and what to do about it 3
Multicloud is an emerging approach for deploying enterprise computing assets. But optimizing the costs of a full multicloud deployment can prove tricky, because there may no unified management plane for deploying, monitoring and governing all distributed information technology assets. Multicloud cost models are shifting because best practices for deploying these distributed environments are in flux. […]

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Google Cloud CMO shares her tech journey and insights on Anthos

Google Cloud CMO shares her tech journey and insights on Anthos 4
Google’s Cloud Services Platform always seemed a prosaic name, especially alongside a product pantheon that includes the container-orchestration system Kubernetes (meaning in Greek: helmsman) and microservice mesh Istio (meaning: sail). This changed at the Google Cloud Next event in San Francisco last week, when CSP was reborn as an open, hybrid platform under the name Anthos […]

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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 5
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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What’s really inside Google’s new multicloud packaging?

What’s really inside Google’s new multicloud packaging?

What’s really inside Google’s new multicloud packaging? 6
Customers have finally succeeded in dragging cloud providers kicking and screaming into their hybrid computing reality. Most aren’t ditching their on-premises data centers just yet, and vendors have gotten the message. Google Cloud Platform has joined the party, saying all the right words about hybrid-cloud and multicloud choice and portability. But does it actually have […]

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At Google, women power the rise of Kubernetes

At Google, women power the rise of Kubernetes

At Google, women power the rise of Kubernetes 7
It’s well-known in the computing industry that information technology sectors skew heavily male, and the numbers only get smaller for women in leadership roles. Yet Kubernetes, a groundbreaking development in computing software, is proving fertile ground for women seeking recognition as software engineers and project managers. Last year, SiliconANGLE published a profile of Google’s power […]

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Multicloud APIs make friends via refreshed Google Apigee

Multicloud APIs make friends via refreshed Google Apigee 8
As more and more companies disperse their software applications across different computing environments, they’re seeking the right tools to make it all gel. Application program interfaces are often touted as a key tool to get apps talking to each other, because API management can build productive bridges between hybrid-cloud and multicloud APIs and apps. Google Cloud […]

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Cisco/Google partnership spotlights influential role of developers in app-centric world

Cisco/Google partnership spotlights influential role of developers in app-centric world

Cisco/Google partnership spotlights influential role of developers in app-centric world 9
When Google Cloud Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kurian took the stage at Next ’19 in San Francisco on Tuesday, he described how Google was listening to its customers. From the subsequent flow of announcements during the conference this week, developers must have figured prominently in those customer conversations. Signs of Google’s developer courtship can be […]

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Cloud Next day two wrap: Google makes a strong developer push

Cloud Next day two wrap: Google makes a strong developer push

Cloud Next day two wrap: Google makes a strong developer push 10
Google LLC made even more product announcements on day two of its Cloud Next conference in San Francisco than on the opening day of the event — this time aimed chiefly at software developers. Google is very clearly reaching out to the core enterprise customers that have flocked in greater numbers to its principal public-cloud […]

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