Big data company Cloudera filed its long-awaited IPO Friday, looking to raise $200 million.
A little online community called SFF.net can't keep up with cloud economics.
While Dice's annual salary report finds that although overall IT pay remains, those with networking and storage skills are in need at enterprises undergoing digital transformations.
Global operator about to announce some major vendor deals, but it's still looking for better pricing models in the cloud era.
The recent Wikileaks Vault 7 documents, combined with the massive scale of the hacks at Yahoo, are raising concerns about how secure enterprise is in the cloud.
The iconic car company is acting more like a cloud provider these days, and is planning to invest $200 million in a new Michigan data center.
Extreme is now touting itself as the only pure-play enterprise end-to-end networking player.
'Shabby chic' was the design motif at my hotel. Great elevator, though.
To bring more developers to its open source platform, the Cloud Foundry Foundation is offering its first ever certification program.
AWS is looking to break enterprise dependency on complex and expensive call-center solutions with its own cloud offering.
IBM is looking to get deeper into the public cloud game and talking about the advantages of hybrid cloud. Investment in infrastructure is key.
Silver Peak Systems' SD-WAN solution now includes SD-WAN, WAN optimization, BGP routing protocols, stateful firewall and analytics.
The new Trump administration is looking to change tax policy, and that could change what enterprises spend on cloud computing. Here's what you need to know.
New partnership makes it easier to tie together UCaaS and cloud-based apps, knitting up smarter services to support business needs.
In a world of cloud computing and Agile development, companies need to change their IT culture to make a digital transformation work.
One of the more interesting areas of development around data center technology is the innovation underway in the way power is sourced, used and even re-used to help reduce carbon emissions.
It was obvious at the massive annual CeBIT enterprise tech trade show that the foundation for tech innovation right now is real-time analytics.
SAS warns that a little open source is OK but too much will send you straight to the bad place.
The advent of cloud computing, combined with other technologies, is giving other parts of the enterprise the ability to buy technologies. At the same time, IT has less control over its budget.
The market for SD-WAN is growing, with a new report finding that it will hit $2.9 billion by 2021.
IBM makes a deal with AT&T to use Watson for Internet of Things analytics, and Twitter describes how it's using Watson to combat abuse.
Microsoft is planning to use its wide array of patents to muscle its way into the connected car space. Toyota is the first to sign up.
Is Google on track to hit its self-proclaimed goal of cloud revenue exceeding ad revenue by 2020? Enterprise Cloud News looks at the chances in a special report.
Oracle says its cloud is more secure than enterprise on-premises infrastructure. Are they just blowing smoke?
Oracle's Mark Hurd sounds notes of long-term cloud optimism at Oracle Industry Connect 2017.
Though HPE sold OpenStack and Cloud Foundry assets to SUSE this month, it says it's still committed to the technologies.
CenturyLink joined the NetApp Unified Partner Program offering NetApp storage solutions designed for enterprises and SMBs in multiple market segments, including the public sector.
Cloud computing, along with the mobile workforce it has created, is changing the way security works within the enterprise. Here's what IT should know about the challenges.
The newly formed Dell EMC is now a major player in the cloud infrastructure equipment market along with HPE and Cisco, according to a new report from Synergy Research Group.
At its InterConnect show, IBM unveiled developer tools for creating cloud applications in the financial services market. Big Blue also rolled out other cloud technologies.
IBM and SecureKey are partnering on an identity application to help consumers prove their identity to banks, phone companies, real estate rental management and a variety of other businesses and government services.
The enterprise tech IPO market is not the same as it was, but Mulesoft's offering is looking to change that.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Interoute's container breakthrough; T-Systems peddles AI; ADVA's edge NFV device passes muster; consumer watchdogs bark at online giants.
After acquiring cloud assets from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, SUSE plans to branch out to offer platform-as-a-service technology later this year.
MetTel has been seeing a tremendous growth in SD-WAN, particularly in the beginning of this year.
DevOps might be in your enterprise's future, but getting there is not easy. A new survey shows how legacy systems and company culture can hurt your plans.
Two officers of the Russian Federated Security Service (FSB) were among four people indicted for the 2014 hack of 500 million Yahoo accounts.
Cloud is poised to pass new software license revenue for Oracle, the company said in its quarterly earnings call.
Orange Business Services taps Riverbed's SteelConnect software as an SD-WAN VNF on its universal CPE, as part of Easy Go Network.
When it comes to cloud computing, the right set of skills can make all the difference. Enterprise Cloud News has exclusive research to find out which ones matter the most.
Canonical's founder, Mark Shuttleworth, highlights the key NFV challenges facing network operators and discusses the impact of cloud, IoT, open source and more on enterprises in all manner of verticals.
It's a great new idea that goes back a ways.
A new era in enterprise computing tech journalism.
Following a turbulent 2016, Mitel's CEO Rich McBee looks to refocus the company on UCC in the cloud.
The deal between Intel and Mobileye is touted as a big one for autonomous vehicles, but under the hood, the cloud is its driving force.
Additionally, Yahoo Chief Revenue Officer Lisa Utzschneider gets $16.5 million walking-away money, and CFO Ken Goldman gets $9.5 million.
Intel is making a big bet on autonomous vehicle technology with a $15 billion deal to acquire Israel-based Mobileye.
The SaaS market might not be growing at the same rate as IaaS and PaaS, but companies are still investing, and Microsoft and Salesforce are benefiting, according to a new report.
As SD-WAN grows in popularity with enterprise users, the need for testing and monitoring these services will be paramount
Introduces new pricing options and collaboration tools to take the battle to the opposition.
Google showed it's gaining fast in enterprise cloud, but it's still just getting started.
Light Reading's Ray Le Maistre and Enterprise Cloud News editor Scott Ferguson discuss some of the trends from this year's Mobile World Congress and attempt a spoof of the Oscars.
Google cloud boss Diane Green brags about Google Cloud Platform's reliability after Amazon went down for nearly half a day last week.
Microsoft and Qualcomm are bringing ARM chips to the Azure cloud platform.
New service combines existing UC and contact center services with integration to cloud apps and newly acquired messaging interoperability.
If it wasn't about 5G at Mobile World Congress, it was definitely about cloud.
HPE's acquisition streak continues with a $1 billion deal for Nimble Storage, a maker of flash storage.
Insurer Chubb tapped IBM to move its Mad Men mainframe apps into the cloud era.
IBM is looking to commercialize its quantum computer offering with a new API and SDK, as well as cloud support.
Keyboard error caused an estimated $150M+ outage this week.
Internal digital transformation has company saying it's set to deliver series of new on-demand, rich-experience business offerings.
On-premises server component sales are declining, even in the face of strong demand for on-premises cloud, Intel said.
Deploying NFV and IoT tools to help service providers deploy new revenue streams.
Eleven-hour outage hits S3 Storage, used by nearly 150,000 websites.
Virtualization giant seeking broader role as strategic partner to telecom industry on multiple fronts.
By 2020, Cisco estimates there will be 25 billion devices connected to the Internet. In this MWC 2017 interview with Light Reading Founder and CEO Steve Saunders, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins provides an update on his company's vision, the exponential growth of the Jasper IoT network and service providers' disillusionment with virtualization technologies.