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Amazon RDS on VMware automates set up, operation and scaling of databases on-premises and in hybrid environments as it does in AWS.
At VMworld, Dell EMC rolled out enhancements in infrastructure, software and services to make it easier for companies to adopt multiple clouds.
Caveonix emerges from stealth with its RiskForesight platform to help organizations tackle the complexity of managing cyber-security risks across hybrid cloud workload deployments.
Australian Gas Light needed to manage its assets portfolio and cost structure much more effectively. Its data collection and reporting system was slow and paper-driven, and as the company grew, the process became harder to manage.
This eWEEK Data Point article puts forth some highly qualified market research from an expert, eMarketer, in a collection it calls “Six Trends You Need to Understand Now (Q3 2018).”
Equinix Inc. is a builder and maintainer of new-generation data and interconnect centers. The company connects more than 9,800 companies directly to their customers and partners across what it claims to be the “world’s most interconnected” data center and interconnection platform.
Trend continues: IT managers—responsible for collecting, maintaining, protecting and storing corporate data within their budgetary constraints—are looking more and more to subscription cloud services to secure and store corporate business content.
A new “side access panel” will give G Suite users quick access to data in other applications while they are editing a Google Doc or using the Google Calendar, according to the post.
Microsoft will start rolling the updates out to Targeted Release customers in early September, with a global release through November.
As more and more companies in various verticals discover the benefits of collaborating with each other, much of the corporate world is starting to look more like a big bunch of BFFs, hanging out together and innovating in an effort to attract their own pieces of the market.
This pre-configured system consists of Red Hat and Maxta software bundled on Intel Data Center Blocks hardware. The joint package provides appliance-based hyperconvergence benefits without the disadvantages of conventional systems.
A multi-sided platform grows in value to the extent that it attracts more users, a phenomenon known as the “network effect.”