The cloud giant also launched a reference architecture that companies can code into their existing marketplace to recommend new content or products.
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At the Alibaba Cloud Summit this week, the cloud provider launched a wide breadth of products that span serverless, data, search and analytics, IoT, and machine learning.
More users need access to APM tools because of the growing complexity of architectures. Instana developed a tool to personalize APM tools for specific users.
Respondents to IHS Markit’s survey indicated they expect a 1.5x increase in the average number of physical servers in their data centers by 2019.
The investment plans include producing equipment stateside to be closer to its customers, opening a new software development center, and hiring several hundred employees.
The security company that spun out of Alphabet’s secretive X research lab in January still hasn’t set a release date for its analytics platform.
The joint offering boasts interoperability between Mist’s Learning Wireless LAN and VMware VeloCloud-based NSX SD-WAN to bring AI and open programmability to WLAN and WAN.
Synergy Research Group said AWS is “in a league of its own” compared with its smaller segment rivals.
At the annual Google Next conference the company launched an integrated portfolio of cloud services that combine open source projects with Google’s cloud infrastructure and security services.
The computing giant touted cloud as driving its latest revenue surge, and it has set a high bar for its rivals to match.
The company also purchased a seven-story building in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, which it is designating as its North American headquarters.
A recent survey from DigitalOcean found that half of developers said they did not have a strong understanding of serverless. Of those, a vast majority said they plan to research the topic within the next 12 months.
Cavium, Nutanix, and Equinix are all customers using the security company’s predictive breach-risk platform.
It can be difficult to control radio frequency (RF) conditions, which can be impacted by some atmospheric conditions.
The integration allows users to add self-service platform-as-a-service capabilities to CMS. They can also tap more quickly into IBM analytics, data, middleware, and its Watson artificial intelligence (AI) platform.