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Kubernetes gains momentum as big-name vendors join Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Like a train gaining speed as it leaves the station, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation is quickly gathering momentum, attracting some of the biggest names in tech. In the last month and a half alone AWS, Oracle, Microsoft, VMware and Pivotal have all joined. Show More Summary

Deals: 100 Hours Of Computer Science Training For 90% Off

With giant strides being made in machine learning, cloud computing, and web development, it's safe to say that the tech sector is booming. As a result, a myriad of jobs are opening up in the field--you just need some training to get your foot in the door. Show More Summary

Red Hat wants to make cold-shouldered OpenStack red hot

At OpenStack Summit in Boston last May, some speculated that the event might be the last gasp for OpenStack — an open-source platform for cloud computing and infrastructure-as-service. Granted, OpenStack was one of the less hyped open-source projects of the past year. Show More Summary

ADP discovers development benefits of combining virtualization with cloud ‘bursts’

Agility means more than just speed. It also comes down to flexibility. The cloud provides that flexibility to companies by offerings services on demand, and when a company needs more storage or compute, it’s there. When they don’t, those things go away. Show More Summary

Amazon Web Services one-ups rivals with per-second cloud pricing

Hoping to stay ahead of hard-charging rivals in cloud computing, Amazon Web Services Inc. today said that starting next month, it will start charging for its computing services by the second. Competitors such as Google Cloud Platform...Show More Summary

Amazon just made a huge change to its $12 billion cloud computing juggernaut (AMZN, GOOG, GOOGL, MSFT)

When Amazon launched Amazon Web Services in 2006, it sparked a cloud computing revolution. No longer would programmers have to buy, build, and maintain their own servers. Now, developers could pay Amazon by the hour to access exactly the amount of supercomputing power they needed. Show More Summary

More secure hybrid cloud deployments with Google Cloud Endpoints

By Dan Ciruli, Product Manager The shift from on-premises to cloud computing is rarely sudden and rarely complete. Workloads move over time; in some cases new workloads get built in the cloud and old workloads stay on-premises. In other cases, organizations lift and shift some services and continue to do new developments on their own infrastructure. Show More Summary

Azure confidential computing: ?Microsoft boosts security for cloud data

Microsoft is rolling out new secure enclave technology for protecting data in use.

World first: 'Storing lightning inside thunder'

World-first transfer of light to acoustic information on a chip Acoustic buffer parks photonic information in a sound wave for later retrieval Hybrid chips useful in telecommunications networks and cloud computing Researchers at theShow More Summary

Microsoft to build new power station with a capacity that could power 18,000 homes

Microsoft Azure is now available in 36 regions around the world, with plans announced for 6 additional regions. As the demand for cloud computing is sky rocketing, Microsoft is always in the mood for expanding their data center capacity to meet their customer’s needs. Show More Summary

BT launches Sydney cybersecurity centre

The BT cybersecurity R&D centre will provide more than 170 jobs across cybersecurity, machine learning, data analytics, big data engineering, cloud computing, and software engineering, the NSW government said.

Oracle Down 7% on ‘Uninspiring’ Outlook; Bulls Defend Value

Oracle's shares dropped 7% as its quarterly revenue outlook missed analyst expectations, with particular disappointment in its cloud computing outlook. But bulls defended the stock, saying Oracle is one of the better values in cloud...

Infographic: 5 Markets Amazon Is Charging Into

If your company is in food, fashion, entertainment, cloud computing or on-demand services, you probably see Amazon as a threat.

Microsoft unveils new cloud security services, GUI tools

Microsoft Corp. on Thursday unveiled a new set of services called Azure Confidential Computing that’s designed to bolster the security of its public cloud service. Separately, the company is also planning to lift the lid on a preview...Show More Summary

Edge computing is the future, but security will be a challenge

VMware Inc.’s continued rise in popularity is testimony to customers’ desire for a flexible, virtualized system that can facilitate a common data structure, from the edge to the data center, from private cloud to public. But customers...Show More Summary

Microsoft introduces Azure confidential computing, a cutting-edge security platform to protect data in the cloud

Microsoft today announced Azure confidential computing, an industry first solution to secure data in the cloud even when it is in use. Cloud platforms including Azure have been offering encryption of data when it is getting stored and transmitted. Show More Summary

Xilinx Shows off Increasing Software Smarts in Cloud, Says KeyBanc

Xilinx's first-ever developer conference showed an increasing emphasis on software for the company's programmable chips, which is good because it will spread popularity of the parts, especially in cloud computing, says KeyBanc's John Vinh.

Schlumberger chooses GCP to deliver new oil and gas technology platform

Google Cloud has a simple but steadfast mission: Give companies technology for new and better ways to serve their customers. We handle the network, computing and security chores; you use our software-defined infrastructure, global databases and artificial intelligence to grow your business with speed and at scale. 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

?Oracle joins the Kubernetes movement

Oracle joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and released Kubernetes on Oracle Linux and its own Kubernetes cloud installer.

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