Priyanka Sharma, director of technical evangelism at the company, said that the expansion of Kubernetes across the ecosystem has had a profound impact on how organizations deal with DevOps.
A recent Rightscale enterprise survey had GKE as the seventh most used container tool by those enterprises surveyed.
Google is saying we're OK with being your No. 2 choice — for now. While Amazon and Microsoft tout customers going all-in on AWS and Azure, Google embraces hybrid cloud.
Plus, Google's Anthos launch draws new Kubernetes-focused storage updates, and Knative turns 0.5.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for April 12, 2019: Anthos manages on premises and across public clouds; AT&T continues its fight against vendor lock-in; Juniper now offers three SD-WAN services.
The top two cloud providers are now vying for the largest federal IT project to date. Amazon is still considered the heavy favorite.
Google teamed up with seven open source software vendors including MongoDB, Elastic, and Redis Labs, doubling down on its commitment to open source and drawing a stark comparison to Amazon’s cloud strategy.
Anthos, which is based on Kubernetes and fully managed by Google, runs on premises and supports multiple clouds including AWS and Azure.
Qualcomm loses CFO to Intel; another senior exec leaves Ericsson; and an Oracle Cloud exec joins Thomas Kurian at Google Cloud.
VMware SD-WAN tops Cisco in new a IHS report; VMware-VeloCloud detail the road ahead for SD-WAN; and Citrix's internal network gets hacked.
A recent Rightscale enterprise survey found 48 percent of enterprises use Kubernetes to manage their container deployments.
The layoffs follow the recent departures of two top cloud executives. Both quit Oracle to join Google.
The company relies on platforms like Google BigQuery to store and process collected data. It then feeds this data to its cloud-based analysis platform in order to visualize performance, network competence, and identify coverage platforms.
VMware’s latest cloud push includes more VMware Cloud on AWS regions, expanded multi-cloud management tools, and a new hyperconverged infrastructure device jointly engineered with Dell EMC.
The lack of automation can cause an increase in trouble tickets and security gaps. Infoblox DDI for Google Cloud can help resolve these inefficiencies.