Amazon's 'AWS-everywhere' vision isn't unique; Microsoft is doing something very similar with Azure and Azure Stack, just not as brashly.
Amazon's re:Invent conference has been in Las Vegas this week with a series of major announcements.
Recent NVIDIA and Microsoft announcements at the SC19 event regarding Arm servers with GPUs to accelerate HPC and AI workloads are a harbinger of trends that will ultimately be significantly beneficial to most enterprises.
The height of the fall event season coincides with the height of Kubernetes and multi-cloud hype. It's time to bust a few myths and misconceptions about multi-cloud portability.
Cloud infrastructure isn’t created equal - many factors affect network performance to, from different providers
Pivoting off a detailed report of cloud network performance and some detailed recommendations.
Drilling down into the cloud services model with NetApp.
Breaking down enterprise microservices implementation tactics.
Flexera executive survey - changes in technology spending reflect strategic priorities, preference for managed services
The Flexera IT spending survey highlights some altered priorities taking shape.
Why you should care about ultra-wideband - fine-grained location sensing isn’t just for lost luggage
What is ultra-wideband and why should you care anyway? Spoiler - there's an Apple angle...
A recent New York Times article focused on fears of a big tech monopoly over AI technology and research. Severe debunkery ensues...
A winning DevOps formula explored.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Oracle beefs up cloud security, announces three new features to build on Autonomous Database success
Can Oracle’s autonomous features - removing the need for human management - be a competitive edge in a world where buyers are so security conscious?