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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/17/2017
Make another space on your buzzword bingo card, as Dell is talking about the cloud "core."
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/17/2017
As enterprises move to a multicloud universe that combines different public and private clouds, the question now becomes how to manage all these competing platforms as the complexity builds?
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/16/2017
Microsoft's embrace of open source software is about to get a lot bigger as the company is rolling out several new tools and services designed to help developers create applications designed for the cloud, as well as highly specialized apps for artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/15/2017
After several quarters of less-than-stellar results, Cisco managed to beat analysts' expectations with a better-than-expected report for its first quarter of fiscal 2018.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/15/2017
SAN FRANCISCO -- Structure 2017 -- Some enterprises worry about giving all their public cloud business to one provider and getting locked in. But multicloud has its own risks, says Microsoft Azure chief technology officer Mark Russinovich.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/15/2017
SAN FRANCISCO -- Structure 2017 -- "True mobile use cases" such as autonomous cars, augmented and virtual reality, industrial IoT and robotics require edge computing to meet their performance needs, an AT&T vice president says.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/15/2017
Google Cloud Spanner, the company's in-house developed, globally distributed database, is getting several improvements that include near-perfect availability, as well as multi-region support across the globe.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/14/2017
Amazon is selling off a portion of its cloud computing business in China to a local partner, but the company still plans to compete in what is a growing market for cloud-based services and infrastructure.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/14/2017
SAN FRANCISCO -- Structure -- LightStep, founded by ex-Googlers, came out of stealth Tuesday to introduce its first product, for application performance management in environments combining microservices with legacy apps.
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