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Spark comparison: AWS vs. GCP

Assessing cost, performance, and run time of a typical Spark workload. There’s little doubt that cloud computing will play an important role in data science for the foreseeable future. The flexible, scalable, on-demand computing power...Show More Summary

Private Clouds a 'Big Priority' for Dell

Dell Inc. hopes its pending $60 billion acquisition of EMC Corp. will make the combined company a favored supplier in the rapidly growing market for cloud computing, where companies tap software programs via the internet.

Nutanix acquires two data and storage services to boost its cloud platform

(Reuters) — High-tech computing company Nutanix has acquired two startups to enhance its data and storage services, as the firm continues to grow its business despite a protracted delay in its initial public offering. San Jose, California-based Nutanix said on Sunday it bought PernixData, a software company that facilitates data storage, and, a development and […]

Cloud Computing Brings Sprawling Centers, but Few Jobs, to Small Towns

The companies come to places like Boydton for basics like land, water and electricity. Even with low local wages, people are a high-cost item. As small as the staffs at these mammoth facilities are, companies say, perhaps a third of the company jobs will eventually be filled by robots. Show More Summary

What is Serverless Computing? Exploring Azure Functions

There's a lot of confusing terms in the Cloud space. And that's not counting the term "Cloud." ;) IaaS (Infrastructure as a Services) - Virtual Machines and stuff on demand. PaaS (Platform as a Service) - You deploy your apps but try not to think about the Virtual Machines underneath. Show More Summary

Growing up in the intelligence era

IT is shifting from the SaaS workflow applications that characterized the cloud computing era to those that help customers make decisions: the intelligence era. The source of competitive advantage is shifting from code to unique data + self-learning code. Show More Summary

Google Cloud shut down this guy's business — but now he's a fan for life (GOOG)

On Monday, Fred Trotter, CEO of a healthcare startup called DocGraph, came into work only to discover that his cloud computing provider, Google, had effectively shut down his company, sending him and his team into a panic. DocGraph,Show More Summary

Boydton Journal: Cloud Computing Brings Sprawling Centers, but Few Jobs, to Small Towns

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As big companies race to build oversize data networks, communities are finding that the giant buildings can operate with only about 30 people.

Breakingviews: Small Cloud Computing Firm Turns to Helping Others Work With Giants

Rackspace has become a partner with Amazon and Azure selling services and helping companies transport data and software to them.

Veritas Ups Resiliency Factor In Datacenter Space Race

Veritas Technologies wants to explain why cloud computing (for animal veterinary ‘patient’ data records and more) needs resiliency i.e. the ability to provide and maintain an acceptable level of service in the face of faults and challenges to normal operations. Resiliency can apply to a cloud application, a server rack, a network, a storage block or a complete datacenter.

5 ways cloud computing is transforming software vendors

Thin margins, 24-hour customer care, and other concepts were alien to the software industry before cloud came along.

Administration Shoehorns Modern Problems into Antiquated Laws

The federal government is now routinely using laws passed before the invention of the fax machine to control dynamic information systems like cloud computing and broadband access. These efforts to...

Is Watson Smart Enough to Breathe Life Into IBM?

IBM’s prospects for the second half this year appear to be pegged to its performance in the cloud analytics and computing sphere.

Workday Jumps 5%: Bulls Like the ‘Positive Vibe’; Bears See A Short Squeeze

Shares of cloud computing operation Workday (WDAY) are up $3.71, or almost 5%, at $83.36, retaining some of last night’s big jump, after the company yesterday afternoon reported fiscal Q2 revenue that slightly exceeded analysts’ expectations,...Show More Summary

The 18 best cloud computing startups to work for, according to employees

The ability to rent computers and software over the internet, aka cloud computing, has forever changed the computer industry. But that doesn't mean that every cloud startup is a good bet for a prospective employee. So, at the behestShow More Summary

OracleVoice: Hurd: Why You Need Regime Change

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd talks about the transformative value of cloud computing.

IBM Expands All-Flash Storage Offerings for Cloud and Cognitive Computing

by Angela Guess According to a new press release, “IBM today announced new, cost-conscious, enterprise class, all-flash storage designed to provide small, midsized organizations and global enterprises with primary storage for cloud or cognitive applications and workloads. Show More Summary

Yes, that's Linus Torvalds happily chatting with Microsoft folks at a tech conference

Perhaps the biggest change at Microsoft under its gentler, more collaborative CEO Satya Nadella is the focus on cloud computing instead of Windows. Simply put, if Microsoft's customers choose Microsoft's cloud, it doesn't matter what...Show More Summary

How The Cloud Stands To Reshape Academic Computing

As commercial cloud providers increasingly offer computing grants and discounts to the academic sector, how will the commercial cloud reshape academic computing in the big data era?

Workday Up 4%: FYQ2 Earnings Miss, Q3 Rev View Light

Cloud computing applications vendor Workday (WDAY) this afternoon reported fiscal Q2 revenue that slightly exceeded analysts’ expectations, and a slightly deeper loss per share than expected, and forecast this quarter’s revenue slightly below consensus, sending its shares initially down 5% in late trading, but the shares quickly turned around. Show More Summary

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