NoSQL player DataStax has announced the availability of a managed cloud service, which is now available on AWS, but will expand to Azure and Google soon.
The SAP Cloud Platform is quietly going through a multi-cloud evolution. Perhaps not so quietly, now that Dick Hirsch has put his research chops to the test. In this special Sapphire Now tech preview, Hirsch shares what he’s uncovered, and why the SCP multi-cloud approach – properly realized – could give SAP an edge.
For those businesses starting out on the job of transitioning their IT to a cloud-based environment, the news and business information provider advises that a Tapas approach, rather than an all-in, 4-burger pig-out, is the way to digest the job.
The appearance – in telecast form – of information liberator-in-chief, Edward Snowden, at the OpenStack Summit raised more applause than hackles, and his views on the role of the open source community as a collective protector of people and defence against government and corporate actions, struck some loud bells with many in the audience.
Private clouds have had a mixed reception from the enterprise community, not least because they are still an on-premise environment with all that is then entailed. But now the trend is to make it a real cloud service delivered by third party specialists, which could give it a new lease of life.
Agile and DevOps teamwork tools vendor Atlassian sees transparency as the secret sauce of collaboration in the digital enterprise
DevOps collaboration vendor Atlassian extends product and data center footprint as it sets course towards global domination of enterprise teamwork
A new partnership (Docker) and an acquisition (Wercker) are filling out the toolsets available from Oracle with the aim of making applications innovation and delivery a good deal easier for developers looking to work with the Oracle Cloud Platform.
At M|17, MariaDB‘s first user conference, we heard plenty about the virtues of open source. The story of Singapore-based DBS Bank stood out, in part due to their scale. But I especially liked how they tied digital change/customer experience into their DevOps and microservices ambitions. Here’s what I learned during our sit down after the keynote.
Spanish start-up takes big data approach to enabling retailers and consumer brands to identify in-store hot zones, blind spots and new opportunities to improve layouts.