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  • 21 February 2020

    Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is getting ready for its close-up

    The company's cloud business has been hiring AWS and Azure talent, adding regions, and taking a fresh approach to provisioning and pricing. Its mission is to help customers get the most out of Oracle software while transitioning to off-premises infrastructure, and to make its cloud a best-in-class destination for demanding enterprise workloads.

  • 21 February 2020

    Red Hat's OpenShift Serverless for hybrid, legacy and greenfield

    Kubernetes is complex and difficult to deploy " it autoscales based on available resources, not on requests themselves. OpenShift Serverless is designed to resolve this complexity to deliver the benefits 'as advertised' of quicker time to market and faster recovery.

  • 21 February 2020

    Baker Hughes-C3.ai collaboration targets $100m savings per application and use case

    Energy technology and oil & gas service provider Baker Hughes and enterprise AI technology firm C3.ai teamed up in June 2019 to collaborate on AI-enabled applications, aiming to save billions in operational cost and risk.

  • 21 February 2020

    Domo revamps Appstore, aims to build BI operation as 'The Business Cloud'

    Along with a new Appstore, Domo has made investments in its data management and analytics platform, which it refers to as 'The Business Cloud' in order to communicate that it is not just a business intelligence company, but one able to assist in delivering and automating business processes infused with BI.

  • 21 February 2020

    German startup Fahrenheit mixes air and liquid in datacenter cooling

    The company wants to move into more mainstream datacenter application areas such as liquid cooling, which is expected to finally take off in datacenters in response to the growing prevalence of high-performance silicon across the infrastructure and the need to compress the energy footprints of facilities, but combined with air cooling.

  • 21 February 2020

    RSA Conference: Mammon and malware

    As the RSA Conference gets set to kick off, hundreds of infosec companies are mastering their marketing and perfecting their pitches as they look to capitalize on the industry's largest annual get-together. What's drawing all of the interest? Money. A lot of money.

  • 20 February 2020

    Google reaches for mainframe migration specialist Cornerstone Technology

    The search giant has acquired Cornerstone to provide mainframe migration to the Google Cloud Platform through its professional services organization and partners, extending its reach into enterprises that have legacy applications to modernize for cloud-native architectures.

  • 20 February 2020

    CenturyLink's open-minded approach to cloud

    The company's value is helping enterprises choose the right cloud for each workload and providing managed services and management tools to let enterprises operate on their own terms. The network increasingly becomes the 'how' of digital business, integrating and securing distributed compute, storage, data and workloads from cloud to core to edge.

  • 20 February 2020

    Data sovereignty drives regulated businesses to Canadian IaaS provider cloud.ca

    Hyperscalers do allow customers some control over where they put data through regions but their global footprints are of concern to customers that want a guarantee that data remains within specified borders. Even as hyperscalers migrate north, cloud.ca sees its data sovereignty proposition gaining more value with customers that handle sensitive data.

  • 20 February 2020

    Morgan Stanley's big play for little investors

    Fintech deals keep coming as Morgan Stanley shells out $13bn of its stock for online financial broker E*TRADE. Financial services firms accounted for an outsized share of last year's deal activity as companies operating in the vertical expect significant disruption to their industry and are turning to acquisitions to align with those shifts.