Google is jumping in with support for the new version on Google Container Engine.
As hyperscale players grow data center infrastructure globally, subsea cable operator is expanding to meet that connectivity need.
Microsoft Ignite is the company's big enterprise show of the year. Here's the view from the show floor.
In contrast to competitor Oracle, SAP offers multi-cloud portability for infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).
A report from Gartner this week finds that the public cloud or IaaS market grew more than 30% between 2015 and 2016, but Alibaba Cloud grew its revenues faster than the competition.
At the MEC Congress in Berlin there was plenty of evidence that edge computing is more than just a hot topic, but still too few signs of concrete business cases or investment plans.
Google is moving its Cloud IoT Core management platform into public beta and adding new features.
iOS 11.01, released this week, fixes a bug where some users were unable to send mail over Office 365 and Exchange.
Cisco's job cutting is hitting home as the company will eliminate 310 jobs at its San Jose headquarters.
Defense and aerospace company L3 Technologies is looking to aggressively adopt the cloud, following regulatory prohibitions lifting last year.
As IoT projects gain popularity in the enterprise, the right management platform can make a big difference. Here are some tips to keep in mind when choosing one.
Google Job Discovery – formerly known as the Google Cloud Jobs API – goes into beta Tuesday, working with new categories of companies.
With Kubernetes management in AWS, Mirantis is going beyond private cloud for the first time.
With its Gigya acquisition, SAP hopes to be able to provide enterprises with a unified view of the customer.
The SAP Data Hub allows enterprises to extract value from data in the cloud, on premises, or wherever it resides.
IBM's Integrated Analytics System uses the company's Data Science Experience, Apache Spark and gives data scientists access to machine learning.
Following the C$562 million nuptials of Procera and Sandvine, the resulting packet inspection, analytics and policy management specialist is pitching itself to service providers as a key enabler in the shift to automated processes.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: ARM hovers over Imagination deal; Sparkle banks on SMS growth; Ericsson teams up with Intel on 5G.
Spending on edge computing will exceed that on 5G across Europe and the US between now and 2026.
At Ignite, CEO Satya Nadella and a team of researchers gave insights into the company's development of quantum computing.
Having flirted for some time, the distributed cloud industry groups have agreed to coordinate on the APIs that will connect computing assets at the edge of the wide area network to the applications that need those distributed resources.
When Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks at Ignite this week, the emphasis will be on artificial intelligence.
At the start of Ignite, Microsoft is planning to emphasize its role in building out hybrid clouds with the release of Azure Stack, SQL Server 2017 and other offerings.
Blockchain will provide the lightweight security, interoperability and other services needed for Internet of Things applications, the companies say.
The Mail app on iOS 11 is incompatible with Office 365, as well as Exchange Server 2016 and Outlook.com.
Database developer MongoDB is ready to the test the stock market with an IPO.
For developers, buying everything from one big cloud can be like shopping at Walmart. Manifold is looking to allow developers to have one-stop convenience with the artisanal 'locavore' experience.
Intersight is a subscription-based management and automation cloud for Cisco's Unified Computing System data center servers and HyperFlex hyperconverged storage.
HPE will swing the axe for 5,000 heads, or 10% of its workforce, by year's end, if Bloomberg is right.
Whether it's moving infrastructure or workloads over to the cloud, the migration is never easy. However, a pair of studies show that enterprises are forging ahead.
Today public cloud, tomorrow hybrid cloud? Dell EMC provides some detail on the Air Force's big cloud move.
A report by the London School of Economics and Rackspace finds that a lack of cloud skills is costing enterprises more than $250 million in missed revenue.
Dell EMC, General Dynamics and Microsoft recruited for five-year IT transformation for up to 776,000 users.
At nearly 100 years old, Pitney Bowes is looking to transform itself through adopting the cloud, while delivering its traditional services through SaaS.
A study carried out by Market Cube and sponsored by Smartsheet finds that knowledge workers are aware of the changes automation may bring. While there's concern, there's also some enthusiasm.
Intel is opening its Nervana DevCloud to about 200,000 researchers and scientists to help power AI innovation.
Extending EOS on-premises networking architecture to public cloud to provide a unified infrastructure for automation.
Oracle introduces new 'autonomous' database combined with flexible pricing to beat Amazon pricing by 50%, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison says.
Wave encryption service offers standardized approach for securing data traffic in transit at the optical layer.
Juniper Research ranks IBM as the number one supplier of blockchain, with Microsoft following in second place.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions has launched the Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) service, which utilizes Vidder's application layer access control technology to make network services natively secure.
Keeping software-based networks humming with cloud-based visualization tools.
On the one-year anniversary of Einstein, Salesforce is updating Sales Cloud with additional artificial intelligence features.
Amazon Web Services is now charging customers by the second for some of its services. However, will it save them money?
Current Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins will step in as board chairman when ex-CEO John Chambers steps aside in December.
A Synergy Research report finds spending on public and private cloud infrastructure continues to grow, with Cisco, HPE and Dell EMC all fighting for market share.
VMware's COO Sanjay Poonen sat down with Enterprise Cloud News to talk about the AWS partnership and more at VMWorld Europe 2017.
The IBM Cloud Mass Data Migration appliance rolls data from on-premises to an IBM Cloud data center.
Its IZO SD-WAN Prime aims to help companies automatically address congestion issues on Internet links to remote sites.
Highlights from Huawei's annual event that focuses on how network operators are transforming their operations and corporate processes.
China Telecom Global has partnered with Versa Networks to deploy SD-WAN services to enterprise customers globally.
Developed in collaboration with Intel, 'Azure confidential computing' protects data from malicious insiders, hackers and malware, and third parties accessing without consent, according to Microsoft.
With AWS in the crosshairs, Oracle dropped hints at a new version of its database coming October 1.
Forseti is a set of open source security tools, developed by Google and Spotify, for Google Cloud Platform users.
Service comes with home-grown ability to manage congestion dynamically to remote sites, building on Anuta orchestration.
By joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Oracle is the last cloud provider to get on the Kubernetes bandwagon.
Looker integrates best-of-breed analytics tools into a cohesive platform, as an alternative to having to 'buy your TV and VCR together.'
Swirlds is looking to build an alternative to blockchain and now it has $3 million in funding to promote its hashgraph distributed consensus platform.
A new service, touted as an industry first, gives enterprises connections between their multiple clouds for sharing workloads without hair-pinning data.
A study of nearly 700 IT professionals finds that multi-cloud strategies are finding a home in the enterprise, with Azure and AWS increasing in popularity.
With the launch of a new iPhone and Apple Watch, Apple demonstrates again how it succeeds by satisfying customers – despite the talk of reality distortion fields.
Plays to its strengths with a carrier-grade version of an OpenStack VIM, taking aim at Red Hat, among others, in the process.
Avi plans to extend its load balancing and service software into multi-tenant cloud.
Launches integrated software cloud tool suite, as well as migration tools for enterprises and a certification program for cloud providers.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone teams up with IBM for cloud flexibility; Sky launches contract-free streaming in Spain; whither public WiFi?
At VMWorld in Europe, IBM plans to offer a more VMware services and capabilities through its public cloud.
Rackspace is acquiring Datapipe to increase its multi-cloud management, managed services and colocation presence. The combined company will have revenues of $2.4 billion and 6,700 employees.
After falling behind in the cloud and SDN game, Cisco is looking to make up ground with ACI. But is it too little, too late?
Resistance to the open source Google-born container orchestration software is futile.
Coming off its IPO earlier this year, Cloudera is making its first acquisition.
Rowan Trollope, currently a Cisco senior vice president, was nearly deported from the US as a teenager after his mother, 'a free spirit,' neglected to get visas for herself and her children when she immigrated to the US.
With its $305 million acquisition of machine learning company Blue River Technology, John Deere is getting deeper into the cutting edge.
Telco is working with the application automation vendor to help enterprises upgrade to SAP HANA – and to convince them they need to do so sooner rather than later.
The new Dedicated Interconnect option is designed to improve bandwidth, consistency and latency of connections between enterprise data centers and Google Cloud Platform.
On the one-year anniversary of its EMC deal, Dell posted its second-quarter financial results and signed a deal with GE to supply the company with IT infrastructure.
After announcing it would hire 5,000 cloud professionals, Oracle is reportedly laying off employees within its Sun Microsystems division.
Huawei's Enterprise Cloud Communication solution provides extensive communications services with a unified cloud platform.
IBM has signed a deal to provide cloud services and other tech support for the US Army's Logistics Support Activity group over the next 33 months.
Shekar Ayyar, executive vice president of strategy for VMware's Telco Group, is leading the company's charge into carrier networks.
Virtual Private Snowflake is designed for finance and other industries with high security and regulatory requirements.
Fresh off its IPO earlier this year, Appian is looking to make low-code mainstream and part of the digital transformation process. Matt Calkins, co-founder and CEO, is leading the way.
Though HPE CEO Meg Whitman talked to Uber about taking the CEO slot there, she says she's got work to do at HPE.
Cloud Technology Partners helps organizations move to the cloud and operate cloud infrastructure. It's the latest step in a year-long M&A spree for HPE.
VMware has shifted its focus from the on-premises data center to the cloud.
Las Vegas is primed for a technology revolution, says CIO Michael Sherwood. Can Sin City transform itself into a smart city?
The problem with free software is that upgrading it can get expensive. Stuck Stack is when OpenStack can cost IT more than it bargained for, but there are simple ways to avoid the trap.
The cloud is changing the way enterprises evaluate the vendors that they work with to bring new technology into the business. Here's how CIOs and IT pros should change the criteria they use to assess partners.
Impressive Lego landscapes and virtual reality demos accompanied the cloud and security advances at VMware's annual customer confab.
In today's regional roundup: Germany's Free Democrat Party (FDP) has some ideas about how to fund the country's digital architecture; Vodafone brings NB-IoT services to Ireland; French competitive operator Iliad keeps growing; Germany's mobilcom-debitel hooks up to iPass; and NTT Communications adds to its European data center empire.
Microsoft thinks DNA can solve some long-term problems with storage media – assuming access speeds get better than 10MB per week.