Enterprises can use Google's own network to connect their on-premises networks with Google Cloud Platform.
The Jupiter undersea cable, which is being built by NTT with help from Amazon, Facebook and others, is looking to connect Asia with the US and boost the ability to deliver cloud services.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: MTN talks tough to Turkcell; Orange gets caffeine boost; has the UK reached 'peak phone'?
While Microsoft is growing 90% year-over-year, Amazon Web Services remains bigger than its five next competitors – combined.
Score up another big win for Microsoft, as petro-giant Chevron establishes Microsoft Azure as its primary cloud provider.
By collecting and acting on data in real time, businesses can move fast enough to beat the competition.
The cloud and the Internet of Things are closely tied together. In a special report, Enterprise Cloud News looks at how the cloud is protecting IoT.
Dapper fashions and race wheels were the order of business at Tibco's user conference, along with data integration, analytics and the cloud. See the sights on our photo slideshow.
United needed to integrate eight or nine different, and sometimes conflicting, sources of flight information, to minimize the pain of delays on passengers.
Another quarter, another set of growth numbers: AWS sales were up 42% in Q3, while Azure grew by 90%.
By its own admission, Tibco's tools are powerful but tough to use. The company is looking to its cloud platform to fix that.
New Device Layer capabilities, combined with previously available service provider and enterprise network monitoring, gives ThousandEyes Path Visualization the ability to provide end-to-end performance monitoring.
After agreeing to a deal with AWS, GE is now partnering with Microsoft to brings its Predix IoT management platform to Azure.
Eager to gain enterprise momentum, Google Cloud Platform latches on to Cisco and its massive installed base.
Also upgrading Azure Container Registry to allow users to scale containers across Azure's global footprint.
With customers shifting to the cloud, SugarCRM is looking to move updates faster through its cloud product, although it will continue to support the on-premises version into the foreseeable future.
As the company expands its customer base, it's looking to the open source cloud platform to keep up with demand without having to add new hardware.
Juniper Networks reported third-quarter financial numbers that were in-line with analysts' expectations, but the company's cloud concerns, especially around switches, is likely to continue.
Best known as the home of Kubernetes, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation is also adopting two open source security projects designed to protect containers.
Jyoti Bansal's new startup provides automated testing designed to reduce application deployment times from weeks to hours.
Microsoft is looking to bring Cray's supercomputing abilities to its Azure public cloud to assist with scientific research and other developments including AI and analytics.
Cisco is looking to expand its reach into cloud-based UC thanks to a $1.9 billion deal for BroadSoft.
Google's latest effort at world domination includes Kubernetes, at least according to one theory.
A growing concern in IT is what skills are needed as infrastructure shifts to the cloud? There are no specific 'cloud courses,' but there are ways to take existing skills within IT and get your projects done.
New collaboration will focus on helping service providers migrate their IT operations to the AWS cloud along with edge computing and IoT.
HPE says it's no longer selling custom servers for hypercloud providers such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft – eight big companies in all.
With a strong debut, MongoDB shows how powerful the combination of cloud, open source and digital transformation is.
NTT and Formula 1 team McLaren-Honda are taking their technology partnership to the track at this weekend's US Grand Prix in Austin.
The cloud presents security threats that are different from on-premises IT.
Perspica will join AppDynamics, which Cisco acquired earlier this year, to help enterprises improve application performance in real time.
At its user show in New York City, AppDynamics executives offered a glimpse into how the company plans to integrate more with parent company Cisco.
Associate CIO Bill Hudson wants to reduce the organization's data center to a size small enough to fit in his office.
At Dockercon Europe, IBM and Docker on expanding their container relationship with a focus on public cloud.
ONUG wants to rebrand a bit and focus more on security and analytics going forward in an era of hybrid cloud.
New Business iQ software measures customer satisfaction and revenue through mobile, web, Internet of Things and more.
Cloud was up 25%, but revenues keep declining.
As enterprise IT faces pressure to shift toward innovation, Cisco is looking to help shoulder the burden of everyday maintenance.
Startup Instana is officially releasing its first APM offering this week at Dockercon Europe, adding automation and AI into the DevOps process.
Maybe the last significant container holdout to announce Kubernetes support?
The 96-year-old company has a hybrid estate, but sees the cloud as where future innovation is going.
Dr. Alissa Johnson, the CISO of Xerox, believes that printers are part of the IoT ecosystem, and that's where the security concerns start.
At the recent IoT Congress show in Barcelona, Google put the spotlight on its public cloud offering, and how that is helping to fuel more interest in IoT, as well as edge computing.
Juniper announced this week that it would miss earnings estimates as its cloud business hits a downturn.
At an event in New York City, BMC laid out an ambitious agenda that included multi-cloud, machine learning and a new partnership with AWS.
Sure, blockchain is over-hyped. But don't let that distract you from its practical value.
The Application-Centric Infrastructure now reaches its tentacles across multiple data centers.
The open source Grafeas and Kritis projects are designed for securing and certify modern, complex software rollouts.
Alibaba will invest $15 billion over the next three years in a variety of research and development projects.
ACI 3.0 expands the SDN platform's multi-site capabilities for the SDN platform, stepping on the toes of another Cisco DCI option.
ShiftLeft's service scans application source code for normal behavior and detects and remdiates deviations that might indicate possible attacks.
Saar Gillai heads up a company that speeds personalized information from cloud providers to users.
Dell Technologies is looking to leverage all parts of the company as part of a big push into the Internet of Things.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Swisscom hawks its telco cloud; UK government in the dock over BT 'state aid'; T-Systems and Huawei give Kone a connectivity lift.
IBM is looking to add more machine learning and deep learning into the big data analytics process by combing its Data Science Experience and PowerAI platforms.
Salesforce IoT Explorer Edition is designed to give enterprises a way to get started using IoT data to improve customer outcomes.
The Linux Foundation, along with the Hyperledger Project, are launching a training and certification course for blockchain.
The company standardized on Oracle business applications to simplify internal operations as it looks to revolutionize the manufacturing industry.
As the new GDPR privacy and data rules loom in the European Union, VMware sees cloud and security adoption increasing.
As enterprises spread applications across multiple clouds, they need ways to maintain visibility and control, Ixia's Jeff Harris argues.
Amazon Web Services scored a major cloud deal with GE.
Larry Ellison rants, networked cars look cute, dogs nap, and more!
Oracle is fundamentally ignorant of the security market, Splunk says, after the Oracle chairman, chief technology officer and co-founder took aim at Splunk in a keynote address this week.
When it comes to the cloud, the right skills can matter a lot to IT pros, as well as developers.
At the Gartner Symposium and ITxpo, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff talked innovation, disruption, AI and working with AWS.
Salesforce is preparing to expand its Financial Services Cloud into the retail banking space.
Oracle's feisty co-founder says automation is required to fight off cyber attacks, and fortunately Oracle has just the tool to do it.
Network automation startup Apstra launched AOS 2.0, which integrates automation of operations across the underlay and overlay network infrastructures in data centers.
Gartner released new figures that show IT spending is set to grow about 4% over the next year, thanks to enterprise spending more on cloud.
Oracle is revamping its IaaS offering with more compute, storage and networking options as the company looks to challenge AWS more head-on.
Sales, supply chain, human resources and other enterprise apps make their own connections between data and try to anticipate user needs.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing rapidly, but the lack of standards – as well as uncertainty about its revenue potential – is a major source of frustration for communications service providers (CSPs).
'Custom roles' gives cloud administrators the ability to give users the permissions they need to do their jobs – and only those permissions.
New version of Apstra Operating System helps enterprises 'cloudify' their legacy data centers.
GE is about ready to fully deploy its Predix platform, along with Asset Performance Management software, to its own facility to ensure the flow of electricity doesn't stop.
Amazon Web Services is the undisputed leader of public cloud, and at the Gartner Symposium AWS chief Andy Jassy offered a window into how that happened.
Amazon and SAP say Larry Ellison's claims against them are baloney.
Artificial intelligence is thought to be destroying jobs. However, Gartner analysts believe that the only way to fill important IT positions for security and IoT is through AI.
Oracle is offering blockchain as a cloud service, while SAP plans to integrate blockchain into its Internet of Things, manufacturing and digital supply chain solutions.
Automation is one of those buzzwords that CIOs are starting to pay attention to. However, before you automate all your IT processes, think about the people first.
Oracle OpenWorld attendees are rapt as Larry Ellison delivers Sunday's keynote.