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CIOs: Don’t rush to AI to solve IT operations management problems

At Friday’s Wikibon Weekly Research Meeting, we discussed applying artificial intelligence and machine learning at the discipline of information technology operations management. But before jumping on the latest trend, we suggest three things that chief information officers should consider before jumping into the hype. Show More Summary

Trump blocks sale of Lattice Semiconductor to China-backed private equity firm

U.S. President Donald Trump has blocked the proposed sale of Lattice Semiconductor Corp. to a private equity firm backed by Chinese investors, saying the deal “threatens to impair the national security of the United States.” Lattice,...Show More Summary

Open-source tech unites networking and DevOps

In the tech world, innovation and new systems are great, but nothing moves unless the network can handle it. This truth makes networking very important for businesses, because a company can only be as agile as its network. Part of that agility comes from making the network easy to use. Show More Summary

Homeland Security bans Kaspersky software amid Russian espionage concerns

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has ordered government agencies to no longer use software made by Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab. Kaspersky, which has been under investigation for several months for alleged espionage...Show More Summary

Real IT deployments get livestream treatment from vBrownBag

Often times at large conferences, the keynote presentations and booths offer high-level strategy and marketing material but not much substance for the actual engineers and developers implementing the technology itself. vBrownBag, anShow More Summary

SD-WAN routes a path out of multicloud muddle

Multicloud — is it the logical evolution of infrastructure or a barely-feasible fantasy? In theory, when multiple clouds link and interoperate with each other, the resulting mesh is “multicloud.” How is this hybridized monster managed? A motley mix of vendors — from hyperconverged infrastructure company Nutanix Inc. Show More Summary

Now AI-enabled, Apttus reels in another $55M from investors

The most everyday aspects of a company’s operations are often where technology can make the biggest impact. Apttus Inc. has carved out a billion-plus-dollar niche in such an area, and today announced that it’s raised $55 million to keep the momentum going. Show More Summary

Atlassian introduces Identity Manager for its cloud team management products

Team productivity management software company Atlassian Inc. said today that over 75 percent of new customers start with a cloud deployment. Seeking to better accommodate these customers, Atlassian today unveiled an identity management system focused on bringing enterprise security and scale to these cloud applications. Show More Summary

Sophia Genetics raises $30M for AI that reads DNA to diagnose illnesses

Healthcare has become a key industry for the ongoing artificial intelligence revolution, and major players like IBM Corp., Microsoft Corp. and Alphabet Inc. all have their own health AI projects. Sophia Genetics may not have the same...Show More Summary

Nutanix aims to unify edge, cloud into one seamless environment

There is no doubt the Internet of Things edge will play a key part in the future of enterprise computing. Companies are wrestling over creating a solution that addresses all use cases involving both centralized cloud and edge computing infrastructure. Show More Summary

Baidu loses the director of its Silicon Valley AI lab

A key figure at Baidu Inc.’s research group appears to have left. Adam Coates, who joined the company in 2014 to lead its Silicon Valley artificial intelligence lab, was spotted to have removed the reference to the position from his LinkedIn profile. Show More Summary

Hyperledger Project strives to reboot thorny problems of the world

What if the cost of shipping a container halfway across the world could be reduced by 50 percent? Or patient records could be available immediately in any medical facility around the globe? Or every shipment of food could be trackedShow More Summary

Machine learning powers workflow optimization from PagerDuty

As internally generated data becomes increasingly abundant, companies look at ways to improve internal organizational structure and operations. Jennifer Tejada (pictured), chief executive officer of PagerDuty Inc., a digital operations...Show More Summary

Kubernetes co-creators nab $25M for their container startup

Just over a year after launch, Heptio Inc. is already marking its second round of funding. The Seattle-based startup today announced the completion of a $25 million investment led by early Amazon Inc. investor Madrona Venture Group. Lightspeed Venture Partners and Accel Partners chipped in as well. Show More Summary

Atlassian rolls out updates for Jira, which now can run on Microsoft Azure cloud

Team management software company Atlassian Inc. today announced updates to its flagship enterprise workforce product Jira Software that open up infrastructure and collaboration opportunities for software development teams. Jira acts as a connector for bug tracking, issue tracking and project management. Show More Summary

Automated OS greases the wheels of distributed DevOps

Automation not only cuts costs by abstracting away undifferentiated labor, it’s also grease on the wheels that keep developer operations rolling along in the technology sector. Elements stuck in manual mode can cause hiccups. That’sShow More Summary

New network demands push adoption of open-source networking solutions

Networking makes the modern connected world possible. However, as networking has become more important, new technologies must rise to shoulder the burden. Businesses at all levels are discovering that open-source networking can provide the solutions they need. Show More Summary

Kubernetes for dummies: CNCF tries to make container orchestration easy

Kubernetes — a hot orchestration management platform for containers (a virtualized method for running distributed applications) — typically gets lots of hurrahs at developer conferences. Then a small voice in the crowd asks, Have you...Show More Summary

Oracle joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation, adds new container services

As the excitement around software containers reaches fever pitch, database software giant Oracle Corp. is throwing its weight behind the cause. The company said Wednesday it’s signing up as a platinum member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, the organization leading the development of the Kubernetes container orchestrator tool. Show More Summary

Ride-hailing firms Lyft and Uber open-source microservices technology

Ride-hailing companies Lyft Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc. are embracing the open-source software movement. The two megastartups have both donated technologies developed in-house to the Cloud Native Computing Federation, which is best known for hosting the Kubernetes container orchestrator project. Show More Summary

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