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Analysis from Cisco Live EU: Cisco regains focus as multicloud drives demand

Analysis from Cisco Live EU: Cisco regains focus as multicloud drives demand

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It’s “day zero” at Cisco Live EU, and as the pre-gaming dies down, anticipation for the morning keynotes awakens. What will the networking giant announce Tuesday morning from the stage at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona? And what will the news mean for Cisco Systems Inc.’s ongoing efforts to gain relevance up the computing stack […]

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Cisco regains focus as multicloud drives demand: Day Zero analysis at Cisco Live EU 2020

Cisco regains focus as multicloud drives demand: Day Zero analysis at Cisco Live EU 2020

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It’s day zero at Cisco Live EU, and as the pre-gaming dies down, anticipation for the morning keynotes awakens. What will the networking giant announce Tuesday morning from the stage at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona? And what will the news mean for Cisco Systems Inc.’s ongoing efforts to gain relevance up the computing stack […]

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Q&A: Cloud-native ecosystem success brings the best of multiple worlds into one place

Q&A: Cloud-native ecosystem success brings the best of multiple worlds into one place

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We are truly in the midst of a technology revolution, with many start-ups taking the cloud-native approach — building, deploying and operating applications using the cloud. But, one would argue that we’re always revolutionizing technology. It is ever-growing and ever-evolving, which means that organizations need optimal support and a system of collaborating that optimizes productivity. […]

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Why cloud migrants can’t leave home without observability

Why cloud migrants can’t leave home without observability

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Safely ensconced on-premises, companies may have contemplated observability. Perhaps they built a serviceable observability system for fixing some common issues. They said, “One day, we’ll need always-on, end-to-end, state-of-the-art observability software — but not now.” If they’ve moved to cloud since then, that day may be today. The cloud — and particularly cloud-native applications — […]

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What’s this agile cloud stuff good for anyway? How about 70% YOY growth

What’s this agile cloud stuff good for anyway? How about 70% YOY growth

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Public cloud was supposed to be cheap and simple. Now, some may say, it’s neither. On-premises holdouts gloat; their peers counter that its long-term digital transformation that counts. DX — plus elasticity, flywheel effect, scalability — are gaseous marketing terms to naysayers. Are there any solids to point to in cloud to convert them? There are indeed […]

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Exclusive: How AWS chief Andy Jassy plans to compete in the multicloud

Exclusive: How AWS chief Andy Jassy plans to compete in the multicloud

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Amazon.com Inc. Chief Executive Jeff Bezos famously refuses to talk much about his competition, and Andy Jassy, CEO of the Amazon Web Services Inc. cloud computing operation doesn’t much like it either — occasional jabs at Oracle Corp. aside. But the fact remains that in the midst of its annual re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, […]

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Exclusive with Amazon’s cloud chief: Enterprises must use cloud to transform

Exclusive with Amazon’s cloud chief: Enterprises must use cloud to transform

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As Amazon Web Services Inc. opens its eighth annual re:Invent conference this week in Las Vegas, it’s facing a new cloud computing landscape that it no longer has mostly to itself. Even as some rivals such as IBM Corp. and Oracle Corp. struggle in the cloud, Amazon.com Inc.’s cloud infrastructure company now faces an increasingly […]

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Commentary: Andy Jassy aims to reinvent Amazon Web Services for the cloud’s next generation

Commentary: Andy Jassy aims to reinvent Amazon Web Services for the cloud’s next generation

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In an exclusive one-on-one conversation, Amazon’s cloud chief reveals how he views the future of the cloud, the competition, market shifts, customer demands and controversies Amazon Web Services is in the midst of its biggest reinvention since its founding and the look in Chief Executive Andy Jassy’s eyes is that of a CEO who isn’t […]

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Managing multicloud mayhem: Single pane of glass, meet single workflow

Managing multicloud mayhem: Single pane of glass, meet single workflow

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First, companies had to learn to migrate applications from on-premises to the cloud. That resulted in ugly surprises on the monthly bill, on-prem repatriations, and other fun stuff. Now, even as many groan from cloud growing pains, they’re hearing that they’re behind the curve if they’re not multicloud. Multicloud means: multiple public clouds, on-prem cloud, […]

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Q&A: As data stretches across multiple clouds, observability becomes more complex

Q&A: As data stretches across multiple clouds, observability becomes more complex

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Enterprises are housing data in various places as multicloud architectures becomes routine procedure. Top-notch observability, with the ability to trace and aggregate data across clouds, is necessary for organizations looking to solve problems before their clients even notice them. And yes, it’s as complex as it sounds. But LightStep Inc. is in lockstep with the […]

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