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VIDEO: At KubeCon EU, Chris Aniszczyk, COO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, details emerging efforts to help advance the multi-cloud world, including a new effort to define a standardized way to express serverless functions.
Facebook CEO introduces several new functions, including a dating app, one that allows a group to share watching videos in real time, and new ways natural language processing and artificial intelligence will be used in future apps.
Body-worn cameras, dash cam and static surveillance are causing video sprawl, exploding storage needs and its costs. Law enforcement agencies are being squeezed for more efficient storage.
Machine learning tools are helping to flag offensive videos at scale, Google says.
VIDEO: At Kubecon EU, Brandon Philips, former CTO of CoreOS, details a new effort to enable developers to more easily build applications on top of Kubernetes.
Nvidia's Tesla V100 Graphics Processing Unit will enable application performance improvements of up to 40 percent in certain configurations, according to Google.
NetSuite claims its commerce as a service cloud package can help businesses launch an working online store in about a month's time.
With an average, projected savings of nearly $500,000 a year, the majority of IT decision-makers are determined to move their data analytics functions to the public cloud.
The next big Windows 10 feature update arrives a little behind schedule and with an unexpected new name.
DAILY VIDEO: Denmark’s Saxo Bank moving fintech stack to Microsoft cloud; Google says goodbye to Allo chat app to Focus on RCS messaging.
The release of the new Google cloud services framework is to make it easier to connect Kubernetes clusters to cloud services, company says.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Though there is no shortage of cloud competition, AWS is likely to remain the leader for the foreseeable future as revenue hit $5.4 billion for the first quarter of 2018.