SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Feb. 1, 2019: Cisco expands its Application Centric Infrastructure into AWS and Azure, Vodafone pauses Huawei purchases, and Juniper's disappointing results.
Microsoft has been chasing AWS as it tries to overtake its larger rival as the leading cloud infrastructure vendor. But it doesn’t look like that will happen any time soon.
Job site Indeed found that listings for “data scientist" have surged 344 percent over the past five years.
It sounds similar to VMware’s “NSX everywhere” push, which seeks to stretch that vendor’s networking and security capabilities from data centers to clouds and the edge.
Two main issues remain: Dissatisfaction by vendors with the technical approach being taken by the Defense Department, and if Pentagon personnel moves represent a conflict of interest.
The startup's customers include Audi, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, and Priceline.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for January 18, 2019: Vodafone and IBM launch a multi-cloud joint venture, and AWS buys TSO Logic to help customers decide where to best run workloads.
It uses consensus technology to maintain the perception of a single server system performing at LAN-speed, but in a distributed environment in which the servers may be thousands of miles apart.
Amazon’s move into the backup space may hit some other backup vendors in the wallet, including Rubrik, Commvault, Veeam, and Kaseya.
With its entry into the private data center ecosystem, it now makes sense for AWS to help customers place their workloads where it's more cost effective.
AWS purchases a disaster recovery startup; Synchronoss and TBSCASoft build blockchain for telecom operators; Red Hat releases a new version of its enterprise workflow framework.
“We just opened up every Lambda function to run on Knative,” said Mark Hinkle, co-founder of TriggerMesh. “That’s a huge ecosystem.”
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for December 21, 2018: AT&T launches 5G, GE spins off Digital and IoT division, and AWS fires back at Oracle claims.
AWS argues that it has a “direct and substantial economic interests at stake.” It says Oracle’s conflict-of-interest accusations are “meritless.”
The carrier is near the half-way point on its 5-year journey in taking advantage of public cloud platforms.