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Canada's Long & McQuade needed a solution that would modernize their infrastructure with high availability and virtualization capabilities but could be managed with limited IT personnel resources.
NEWS ANALYSIS: 2017 was a transformational year for the open-source Kubernetes container orchestration project, which is now supported on all three major public cloud providers.
Virtual reality, artificial intelligence and other IT innovations are positioned to transform the way we interact, explore and exploit technology in 2018 and beyond.
At the Kubecon CloudNativeCon North America 2017 event, HBO engineers explained the challenges and the process they went through to decide and use Kubernetes, to help stream Game of Thrones season seven.
The new version of Virtual Instruments infrastructure performance monitoring and analytics platform may signal the beginning of an app-centric IPM era.
By using their existing software-defined data center, VMware users will now be able to run container-based applications alongside existing virtual machine-based workloads in production without having to build out a separate, specialized container infrastructure stack.
With some advanced planning, the new pricing option can help Microsoft's corporate cloud users save some money compared to on-demand services.
InfiniBox takes a software-optimized approach, using machine-learning algorithms to extract high performance and reliability out of low-cost hardware.
Amazon has introduced an updated Echo smart home device along with three new models, the Echo Plus, the Echo Spot and the Echo Look hands-free camera, all controlled by the Alexa digital assistant.
Former Citrix CloudPlatform technology gets updated to provide a hybrid cloud with Kubernetes, that can use public cloud capacity.
For Q2 2018, revenue came in at $19.3 billion, down about $800 million from two quarters ago, but profitability is still proving elusive.
One Hybrid Cloud now enables three new use cases for enterprise customers with the flexibility to migrate workloads from any source to data center environments.