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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/28/2017
The astronomical growth at Amazon Web Services appears to have slowed in the last few months, but the company remains in a class by itself in the public cloud market, and far ahead of all its competition combined, according to a new report.
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Craig Matsumoto Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading, | 4/27/2017
Unlike Amazon and Google, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) has a public cloud that could eat into the company's core business. That is, as enterprises adopt Microsoft Azure, they might have less incentive to run their own servers, which would mean fewer Windows Server licenses.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/27/2017
Amazon continued to wow Wall Street with its earnings, even as the retail giant's vaunted Amazon Web Services cloud division saw its sales slow a bit again during the first quarter of 2017.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/27/2017
Trying to get a handle on the global cloud computing market is not a simple task, especially as technology changes all the time and the needs of enterprise customers shift from one priority to another over the course of a year.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/26/2017
IBM is planning to open four additional data centers in the US as part of the company's plan to build out regional cloud facilities across the globe to support initiatives ranging from cognitive computing to the Internet of Things.
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Andrew Froehlich | 4/26/2017
Are containers truly ready for production, or do they remain better suited as a DevOps platform? This is a question I hear asked on a regular basis when companies are considering a cloud deployment.
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Craig Matsumoto Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading, | 4/25/2017
A common theme among enterprises speaking at DockerCon last week was that while Docker containers have proven their usefulness, they're also still a work in progress.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/25/2017
Already known for its management of connected vehicles and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, Cisco Jasper is looking to move into mobile device management with a new platform being offered through service providers.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 4/21/2017
Mounting pressure from the big public cloud providers is putting pressure on the object storage market, pushing prices down and starting a new era in the cloud pricing wars. This also means that enterprises buying cloud storage will be able to benefit from these price cuts.
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