The Cloud represents a market where Oracle wants to win. The 24 services launched by the database leader include all the tools companies need to conduct their operations in the cloud and thus should help customers make the move to the cloud.
Oracle Cloud Platform was enriched by nearly 24 new [...]Continue Reading →
Some departments in your company do not need cloud computing resources to carry high-performance tasks, right? Because Google has just formatted a service plan for such demands. Google launched Preemptible Virtual Machine, a new cloud service that allows to use computing resources at low costs. The offer is suitable for workloads [...]Continue Reading →
Without adequate investment in the new enterprise data center, the development and deployment of enterprise devices and services related to the Internet of Things (IoT) is likely to engulf the companies. The IoT will be a primary driver of investment in technology over the next decade, according to IDC.
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Since the acquisition of Q1 Labs in 2011, IBM has sold its QRadar Security software management technology in the traditional way, through which customers pay one price and download the version they want. However, the company launched two new cloud services that make the technology is available through a software-as-a-service model.
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To meet the needs of companies for intensive treatment of very large volumes of data, Amazon Web Services announced new instances called D2 based on the Elastic Compute Cloud infrastructure (EC2) and intending to process very large volumes of data through additional computing power.
Amazon said that “with enhanced networking and [...]Continue Reading →
Gartner says that 70% of existing storage solutions will be available as software only in 2019. And in 2020, about 70 to 80% of unstructured data will be positioned in the entry-level storage management software instances with a software- defined.
To seize this opportunity, IBM is the first company to launch a [...]Continue Reading →
Is it realistic now to run in the cloud all applications required by a business? Most cloud computing providers use of cloud computing elements in a hybrid combination of public and private cloud to lure customers in 2014.
Apart from the discussion on the management, control, governance and the ecosystem within the [...]Continue Reading →
While companies always move more activity in the cloud, they must remain vigilant on potential security vulnerabilities in their systems. It is on the basis of this observation that IBM has developed a range of services to secure cloud operations of enterprises with the same level of rigor as that applied [...]Continue Reading →
Google does not skimp on how to attract start-ups on its cloud platform. Recently, the search gaint announced the “Google Cloud Platform for Startups” that offers young people grows by offering $100,000 credit for one year to host all types of tools and services on the cloud development platform from Google.
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After a month of testing, Amazon has announced that Zocalo, the service to store and share online documents, is now available worldwide for all customers of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Amazon announced the Zocalo service in July, the service is designed especially for corporate customers that want to save the data [...]Continue Reading →
Among the flurry of news announced during the WWDC event by Apple as part of its annual developer conference, there were over a very interesting announcement made by Apple in the cloud in a way that sounds very similar to Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services.
Apple introduced CloudKit, a [...]Continue Reading →
Even in an era of budget cuts and triumphant cloud, companies will continue to invest in infrastructure on site. Although public cloud-based solutions provide both more flexibility and more choices, IT departments are still reluctant to cede control of their sensitive data.
EMC took its EMC World 2014 conference to unveil [...]Continue Reading →
Google has made it clear for years that they’re determined to be the number one name in the cloud storage game. Google has announced a reduction in the price of their subscriptions to the service cloud storage, Google Drive, thanks to a series of infrastructure improvements.
While iCloud gives 5 GB [...]Continue Reading →
The popularity of Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS has grown to record levels and continues to grow at a very rapid pace. During the last four years, the object stored on Amazon’s S3 servers increased from 262 million to over two trillion.
With the increase in the scale of storage, Amazon [...]Continue Reading →
Cloud computing services are increasingly moving into the future in the government sector. However, the adaptation is slow due to security, privacy and regulatory matters. The market research firm MarketsandMarkets assume that government agencies will invest $18.48 billion dollars in cloud computing by 2018.
The report “Government Cloud Market By Agency [...]Continue Reading →
A leader such as Amazon, which sat with appropriate services (e.g. AWS or S3) in time standards in the cloud, is constantly under attack. Google entered the cloud business with Google Compute Engine and then Microsoft is aggressively highlighting its Azure cloud platform.
A new cloud offering is [...]Continue Reading →
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