Category: hybrid cloud special report

Google Fellow Eric Brewer offers insight into Anthos and open-source strategy

Google Fellow Eric Brewer offers insight into Anthos and open-source strategy

Google Fellow Eric Brewer offers insight into Anthos and open-source strategy 1
While there is a great deal of evidence that enterprises are moving en masse to the cloud, one key piece of data puts the transformation in perspective. According to statistics cited by Google Cloud Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kurian, 80% of workloads are still on-premises. This percentage alone offers a reason why Google Cloud introduced […]

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Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world 2
With all of the talk in the enterprise about applications, what do they really mean to the average employee? In many instances, applications drive personalization on the web. One example of this can be found in the growth of “my” sites, with the ability for users to structure how they use a site’s products or services […]

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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 3
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 Fellow Eric Brewer offers insight into Anthos and open-source strategy

Google Fellow Eric Brewer offers insight into Anthos and open-source strategy

Google Fellow Eric Brewer offers insight into Anthos and open-source strategy 4
While there is a great deal of evidence that enterprises are moving en masse to the cloud, one key piece of data puts the transformation in perspective. According to statistics cited by Google Cloud Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kurian, 80% of workloads are still on-premises. This percentage alone offers a reason why Google Cloud introduced […]

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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? 5
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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Wrapping up Next, Google pushes multiclouds to top of customers’ IT strategies

Wrapping up Next, Google pushes multiclouds to top of customers’ IT strategies

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Google LLC made an impressive showing at its annual Cloud Next conference this week in San Francisco. In the arena for hybrid and multicloud computing, it differentiated its value proposition in several respects: Strong multicloud offering: Google’s general-availability release of Anthos signaled its deep commitment to helping its customers blend on-premises IT assets with the hyperscalable […]

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NetApp CEO sees integration as the core asset in a hybrid world

NetApp CEO sees integration as the core asset in a hybrid world

NetApp CEO sees integration as the core asset in a hybrid world 7
Google Cloud Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kurian’s twin brother, George, shares a lot more than the same personal features. Both are now CEOs of major technology businesses, both grew up together in India and both possess a strong affinity for the hybrid, multicloud world. For George Kurian (pictured), CEO of NetApp Inc., the hybrid model […]

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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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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 9
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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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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