Category: Dave Vellante

Telco cloud is new weapon of service providers vs. hyperscalers

Telco cloud is new weapon of service providers vs. hyperscalers

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Service providers are swimming surprisingly well with hyperscale-cloud hammerheads. In fact, cloud technologies give them fertile new ground on which to build novel offerings. They’re looking specifically at the telecommunication cloud and 5G networking to alter their services and their delivery modes. “The [service provider] market is going through a mass scale transformation — a […]

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Gartner analyst reveals what you don’t know about cloud

Gartner analyst reveals what you don’t know about cloud

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Companies are steadily shifting from legacy infrastructure to cloud computing. And why not? Cloud resources are more agile and elastic, and businesses can pay for what they use and no more. These are the cloud-computing knowns. However, there are a number of unknown, or little-known, facts that companies should be paying more attention to, according […]

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Can one managed-services package cure many hybrid IT headaches?

Can one managed-services package cure many hybrid IT headaches?

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When a company has a love/hate relationship with public cloud computing, things can get quite complicated. Having applications on-premises and in the cloud gives them a wide spread of information technology to reign in and manage. And having personnel purchase cloud products on their own can lead to runaway spending. Is there anywhere they can […]

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Keynote analysis: AWS Summit spotlights builders and data that keep AWS strong

Keynote analysis: AWS Summit spotlights builders and data that keep AWS strong

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With upwards of 12,000 attendees for AWS Summit’s one-day event in London, it’s hard to imagine that nearly 15 years ago Amazon Web Services Inc. was so little regarded as a true player in the public cloud market. “AWS announced its first service in 2006, very quietly announcing EC2, a compute service nobody really paid […]

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VMware revamps partner program to up its SaaS game

VMware revamps partner program to up its SaaS game

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VMware Inc. has been busily changing clothes to fit into the new information-technology world. While its first attempt at a public-cloud offering flopped, it appears to have recovered. It now enjoys multiple hybrid and on-premises cloud partnerships. It is also revamping its partner program to foster innovative software as a service offerings. The virtualization pioneer just […]

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The race is on to bring public cloud on-prem: Who’s leading?

The race is on to bring public cloud on-prem: Who’s leading?

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The major cloud providers are all throwing their hats in the cloud on-premises ring. It makes market sense since most enterprise customers aren’t abandoning their data centers. But can companies really enjoy public cloud from the comfort of home? Are these vendors cloud washing ho-hum data-center tech? Are any really delivering the cloud operating model on-prem? […]

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Q&A: From ethics to AI, Dell’s diverse family of companies can create change for good

Q&A: From ethics to AI, Dell’s diverse family of companies can create change for good

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With the technology industry’s largest merger comes the potential for culture clash, but Dell Technologies Inc. is leveraging the variety of skills from its family of companies to solve more than just enterprise-computing conundrums. As one of the world’s most ethical companies, Dell is hoping to respond to real-world human needs using its vast resources […]

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

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

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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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Multicloud APIs make friends via refreshed Google Apigee

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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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Will Google Cloud lose its futurist flair to gain enterprise cloud share?

Will Google Cloud lose its futurist flair to gain enterprise cloud share? 10
Google Cloud Platform serves up some of the most advanced, bleeding-edge technology of any hyperscale technology provider. So why does it have just 9% of the public-cloud market? What sane enterprise wouldn’t greedily hoard the tech that made Google the third-richest company on earth? Enterprises that move at the real-world speed of a Buick rather than […]

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