Category: hybrid

Red Hat purchase backs up IBM’s big prediction on the hybrid future

Red Hat purchase backs up IBM’s big prediction on the hybrid future

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Predicting the future is always a tricky proposition, even for a multi-billion-dollar business like IBM Corp. Yet, company executives felt strongly that the enterprise computing world would become increasingly hybrid, a belief that drove the firm to acquire Red Hat Inc. for $34 billion in October. “The world is going to move towards containers, the world […]

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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

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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

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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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Actifio extends backup software on Google Cloud for ease and simplicity

Actifio extends backup software on Google Cloud for ease and simplicity

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The field of copy data management may not always attract the greatest attention in the enterprise space, but it plays an increasingly important role for enterprises seeking to modernize and simplify infrastructure, especially in a hybrid world. One of the key companies in the space, Actifio Inc., specializes in copy data virtualization to improve infrastructure efficiency by […]

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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 5
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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NetApp’s Cloud Volumes for Google comes to the aid of Cardinal Health

NetApp’s Cloud Volumes for Google comes to the aid of Cardinal Health

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The partnership between NetApp Inc. and Google Cloud reached another milestone last week when NetApp was named the Technology Partner of the Year for Infrastructure. The Cloud Volumes service for Google, launched by NetApp approximately one year ago, has become a simple way for information technology organizations to spin up a cloud-native, no-ops file storage […]

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Making value the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Making value the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

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With all of the talk in the enterprise space about applications, what do they really mean to the average user? 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 […]

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Google Cloud CMO shares her tech journey and Anthos insights

Google Cloud CMO shares her tech journey and Anthos insights 8
Google’s Cloud Services Platform always seemed a prosaic name, especially alongside a product pantheon that includes the container-orchestration system Kubernetes (meaning: 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 (meaning: flower). […]

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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

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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?

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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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