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As more data centers become virtualized, networks aren't keeping up with compute and storage, preventing easy scalability. Juniper wants to help solve the problem with software, while keeping its hardware relevant.
At Structure 2013, Server Density CEO launched version 2.0 of its cloud monitoring product.
Five years ago, cosmetics giant Revlon's balance sheet wasn't looking too good. But after its IT overhaul, the company is one of the most successful in its category, said the company's CIO.
Although reports continue to emerge about Google setting up systems to co-operate with the NSA's surveillance and data-collection programs, the company's chief lawyer repeatedly denied on Wednesday that it has done so.
Workday feels good about its position in the HR industry and is expanding to financial companies next, co-CEO Aneel Bhusri said at the GigaOM Structure conference Wednesday. Why? It's a $30 billion industry.
Facebook has begun rolling out their latest feature, photo commments. But GIFs aren't allowed.
Twitter talked Wednesday about how it's using ThousandEye, a new startup that launched at Structure, to identify problems where they happen.
Networking is about to enter the modern era, where vendors no longer control the ecosystem says JR Rivers, the CEO and founder of Cumulus Networks.
The royal baby news is coming to you, via Twitter.
While VMware just revealed the specifics on its shared-infrastructure play and has to play catch-up with Amazon Web Services, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger can think of a few advantages of its own.
3D printer manufacturer Stratasys will acquire MakerBot, the companies announced today. “The last couple of years have been incredibly inspiring and exciting for us,” MakerBot CEO and co-founder Bre Pettis said in a release. “We have an aggressive model for growth, and partnering with Stratasys will […]
Facebook has never been direct about the number of servers it has, but today at the GigAOM Structure conference, one of it's executives let slip that it runs "hundreds of thousands of machines."
The robot, which is capable of working autonomously, will search for signs of life in soil samples. A complementary satellite will monitor the planet's atmosphere for unusual gases.
Jeff Dean, a Google Fellow who helped develop some of the web giant's most innovative infrastructure projects, says focusing on one problem at a time is crucial for success
Researchers in Madrid develop a system that helps professors and students exchange feedback on class lectures in real time-- and this could point the way toward an interesting use case Google Glass.
Facebook experiences 1,000 times more traffic inside its data centers than it sends to and receives from outside users. That traffic growth has prompted the social network to design a fabric networking architecture.
The convergence of data and compute is so important that every profit pool will be up for grabs over next 30 years, says Joyent CTO Jason Hoffman.
To close the deal Sprint just needs a shareholder okay and the FCC to complete its review. The question is, though, if SoftBank's interest in Sprint is waning now that Dish has successfully courted Clearwire.
Twitter and Viacom have announced a partnership that demonstrates the social media site's growing reach.
The enterprise software industry of today could learn a lot from the consumer desktop software industry of the 1990s. Back then, the advent of the web sent out a wave of disruption, knocking some desktop developers completely out of business and driving the rest of us […]