“If you’ve got mining happening on your network, you probably have other bad stuff happening on your network, and it’s probably much worse than mining,” said CTA’s Neil Jenkins.
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The software repository used the news to take a swipe at rival GitHub, which Microsoft purchased for $7.5 billion.
Both companies were focused on infrastructure, and yet there was very little overlap in their product lines.
Under the partnership, Alibaba Cloud will offer VMware’s hybrid cloud software on its cloud infrastructure.
“To expect just one project to oversee all of the edge use cases is not practical,” said Aricent's Shamik Mishra.
Historically, SAP’s in-house team looked after its IT real estate, supported by a variety of different technology companies, including Verizon. But now, it’s sending more work Verizon’s way.
The hybrid cloud partnership will target original equipment manufacturers and channel partners that will build and sell private cloud products running Alibaba Cloud’s Apsara Stack.
The company is a heavyweight in the Ethernet switch space but has room to make up in 5G and IoT.
The chip maker is retooling its server business to focus on edge computing and is pushing hard on new growth areas like IoT and 5G.
The product uses a Kubernetes orchestration framework. It supports on-premises storage devices and cloud storage from Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Digital Ocean, Wasabi, and Scality’s software-defined storage platform Ring.
Intel may be best known for its x86 server chips, but its growing silicon portfolio targets cloud and edge applications, as well as 5G.
Instead of manufacturing chips, ARM provides its instruction set architecture to its customers — such as Qualcomm, Broadcom, NXP, and Marvell — and those companies manufacture the chips.
The service mesh's 2.0 update is focused on easing deployment for service owners compared to other platforms like Istio.
“Because the developers love Stackpoint.io so much, after our testing I bought the company. It’s just that good,” said NetApp's Anthony Lye.
SDN and NFV are contributing to the growth of interconnection because these technologies make it easier for customers to consume more bandwidth.