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Q&A: Intel reiterates its stance on multicloud, tips hat to VMware NSX

Q&A: Intel reiterates its stance on multicloud, tips hat to VMware NSX

Q&A: Intel reiterates its stance on multicloud, tips hat to VMware NSX 1
There is no cloud; it’s just someone else’s computer, as the saying goes. Cloud computing’s ethereal nature makes it easy to forget there’s real hardware down on the ground as software service models virtualize hardware management. But at soirees such as VMworld, the invisible comes to light as an ecosystem of storage and networking providers […]

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It’s business as usual on enterprise-ready cloud platforms

It’s business as usual on enterprise-ready cloud platforms

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Hold those brand new, all-in-public-cloud, microservices-based horses. Leaving the on-premises data center doesn’t necessitate a full 180 for all infrastructure and applications. There’s a long hybrid arch in between for enterprises that must carry on business while modernizing. Smaller, enterprise-ready cloud platforms are luring some companies off the all-hyperscaler route. Many companies today eventually face […]

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Latest moves by Sumo Logic focus on the cloud-based ‘Intelligence Economy’

Latest moves by Sumo Logic focus on the cloud-based ‘Intelligence Economy’

Latest moves by Sumo Logic focus on the cloud-based ‘Intelligence Economy’ 3
On Wednesday, Sumo Logic Inc. made a series of announcements designed to showcase what it calls the “Intelligence Economy.” The news included a continuous intelligence solution for Kubernetes, new benchmarking capabilities for AWS GuardDuty, expanded multicloud support for Google Cloud, and the introduction of a credit-based licensing model for customers. The announcements were in keeping […]

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Last hardware purchase? HPE and GreenPages partner to guide customers on hybrid-cloud journey

Last hardware purchase? HPE and GreenPages partner to guide customers on hybrid-cloud journey

Last hardware purchase? HPE and GreenPages partner to guide customers on hybrid-cloud journey 4
The road to the hybrid cloud is anything but straight for many enterprise firms. Twists, turns and forks in the road can range from security and disaster recovery to automated services and workload management. The hybrid cloud evolution has also translated into a solid business opportunity for firms such as GreenPages Technology Solutions, a systems […]

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Snowflake’s cloud data warehouse gains traction at major players’ expense

Snowflake’s cloud data warehouse gains traction at major players’ expense

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Competition in the cloud data warehouse space is heating up, and one of the most significant companies to emerge in the space is Snowflake Computing Inc. That’s one of several conclusions from spending data recently provided to SiliconANGLE by Enterprise Technology Research Inc. ETR’s survey of information-technology professionals found that Snowflake’s data warehouse approach, which […]

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Simple to use: Three words, tons of work, and why design is key

Simple to use: Three words, tons of work, and why design is key

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Simple to use. It sounds swell in marketing, but how many information-technology products live up to the phrase? With hybrid cloud, multicloud, and distributed applications, is simplicity a thing of the on-premises past? Can technologies built for these complex systems offer both flexibility and simplicity to the whole swath of customers? “The funny part about […]

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Nutanix envisions a frictionless, software subscription-based model for the hybird cloud

Nutanix envisions a frictionless, software subscription-based model for the hybird cloud

Nutanix envisions a frictionless, software subscription-based model for the hybird cloud 7
As enterprises adopt hybrid cloud models, which include public and private clouds, flexible software licensing becomes even more important. This means that some companies that were previously solely in the hardware space must either pivot quickly or miss out on a major market opportunity. This was the challenge that confronted Nutanix Inc. as it has transitioned […]

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Q&A: The future of IT and business hinges on applications and data

Q&A: The future of IT and business hinges on applications and data

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Dell EMC and VMware Inc., recently announced the inception of VMware Tanzu Mission Control, an enterprise-grade Kubernetes user pane to help juggle countless software clusters across varied operating environments, and VMware Enterprise PKS, to help enterprises deploy, run and manage Kubernetes. What was their reasoning to partner together on even more Kubernetes collaborations? The future of IT, applications and data, according to Varun […]

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Q&A: With new cloud possibilities, CenturyLink tackles the nuances of networking

Q&A: With new cloud possibilities, CenturyLink tackles the nuances of networking

Q&A: With new cloud possibilities, CenturyLink tackles the nuances of networking 9
Internet service provider CenturyLink Inc. has been up to some new developments in digitization initiatives, including bringing computing workloads closer to users. And as more companies look to hybrid cloud architectures, grappling with the connectivity issues that come along with scaling data across public and private clouds, CenturyLink is managing more solutions through important infrastructure […]

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Q&A: The realities of quantum computing, effects on cybersecurity

Q&A: The realities of quantum computing, effects on cybersecurity

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Although it sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, quantum computers will have the power to predict Earth’s climate and also encrypt/decrypt any security algorithm out there. Without a doubt, quantum computers are becoming a reality. But will they pose a threat to cybersecurity?  Research is being pushed at IBM to improve the cyber resiliency […]

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