While in the West the post-pandemic ‘new normal’ is still a myth and mystery, in the East it is already on the foothills of reality, and the RCEP trade deal can only make that reality bigger and more real.
NetApp aims to solve the problem caused by extensive use of multiple cloud services running increasing numbers of micro-services processing huge amounts of data that could be anywhere.
How TIBCO is helping a charity grow to become a primary food `wholesaler’ (without the sales element) for hundreds of London charities that daily provide food for their clients
Confluent and the confluence of legacy, real time microservices, the cloud and `sympathetic reinvention’
Confluent creates collaborations between established legacy applications and massively scalable, real time cloud services. Now it holds out hope of extending that capability out into the world of edge computing
Time for change and more change among tech buyer, says Appian's Matt Calkins.
DevOps is often seen as one of those deeply techie subjects that are only of any real interest to apps developers. But the events of this year have come to highlight its central role in developing our way out of the old `normal’, which is proving itself to be no longer fit-for-purpose
One of the quandaries for many hi-tech vendors is the paradox that as their technologies and product offerings get more complex, the customer base broadens to inevitably include valuable users that don’t understand a word they are talking about. Keep it simple!
When US agribusiness JR Simplot decided the right environment for running SAP HANA was a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), they went down the HCI route with Nutanix.
The soon-to-be-ex-CEO of Nutanix talks about fundamental shifts that have helped get the company where it is now and where the cloud is set to take the IT vendor community and its customer base.
By adding Azure to AWS and Google Cloud Nutanix has signalled the growing maturity of cloud services, to the point where every business can now claim a place in exploiting it.
H2 Wellness has cut its monthly Amazon bill from $28,000 to $2,800 using mimik’s edge compute solutions.
Edge computing looks set to provide mainframe computing with an escape route from being trapped forever in the silo marked `back office’.
The aptly named mimik Technology may just have come up with the final piece of the edge computing jigsaw – how you make it work right out there in the dark and dirty world of billions of IoT sensors and controllers in order to seamlessly make both good sense and very effective use of the tsunami of data coming the way of every business.