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NEW PRODUCT NEWS: Nvidia has unwrapped a small, but powerful offering for developers working on the latest generation of autonomous devices and other AI systems. The Jetson AGX Xavier is a palm-sized module designed to help developers across a wide range of industries working on autonomous...
IDC analysts said that hyperscalers like Amazon, Google and Microsoft were key factors behind the red-hot server market in the third quarter.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH: Liqid's PCIe Fabric and Intel Optane software bridge the gap between SSD and DRAM in supercharging industry-leading solid-state package for memory-centric workloads.
The RC1 version is optimized for customers who want to self-host their Azure DevOps Server deployments using the code base of Azure DevOps.
CLOUD DEVELOPMENT: The modular architecture of HPE Synergy provides a choice of network interconnects and storage options, including SAN-based storage, direct-attach, IP-based and software-defined storage. In addition, it enables acceleration of DevOps initiatives, allowing IT to provision...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The co-founder and CEO of Snapt offers some industry information about what DevOps should consider with the bursts of traffic we can expect to see on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
ENTERPRISE NEWS: The new Clustered Network instances consist of bare metal servers running an RDMA network on top of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
DAILY VIDEO: Dell EMC is leaning on VMware in the hyperconverged space, and TriggerMesh launches a Kubernetes-based serverless management platform.
NEW PRODUCTS: The company is expanding the integration of VMware technologies like Cloud Foundation and vCenter in its VxRail HCI system.
The hardware maker’s Shasta supercomputer will give organizations a single system that can run such modern workloads as AI and analytics at the same time.
DAILY VIDEO: Lenovo partners with Scale Computing at the edge, and Pagely NorthStack TA makes WordPress serverless.
DAILY VIDEO: Windows Server 2008 migrations can use Azure Site Recovery, and Oracle patches 301 vulnerabilities in its October update.