Today’s episode considers if people want cloud, or what the cloud actually does. In this case, we’re looking at if a focus on providing services will eventually make the cloud irrelevant, since people don’t really care about it. Or have the cloud providers created sufficient value-add services to solve business problems that make the cloud itself relevant, not just API-driven functions.
Your IT News for the Week of April 15, 2019 Who Do You Trust In Your Community? Who Do You Trust In Your Community? As a co-founder of Packet Pushers, Ethan Banks has more than a little experience building community. In this Ignite Talk, he discusses how to actively work to convert followers into an […]
This week on the Gestalt IT Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discussed the news from Google Cloud Next, the HPE-Nutanix partnership, AWS playing dirty, and more.
Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter, Gestalt News, to stay up to date on the latest with the site. This week we have a new podcast on network analytics, the Gestalt IT Rundown covered all of Intel’s big announcements, plus pieces from Ken Nalbone, Tom Hollingsworth, and Alicia Blessing.
Rich Stroffolino and Ken Nalbone and talking about the big IT news of the week. Today they are looking at the implications of Cloudflare’s new VPN, Intel’s bevy of datacenter announcements, who’s making money in HCI, and more!
Thanks to the growth of software-defined networking, a lot of network information that used to be unknown, is now known. But in order to get that information out of the network, you have to spend a lot of money on specialized hardware, software, and talent to program it all. Is it beyond the reach of most enterprises? Or is the cost of not knowing always greater? The roundtable discusses.
This week, Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino are discussing Asus distributing signed malware, Pwn2Own finding another VM escape bug, which programming languages are gaining traction, and Oracle Cloud drama. It’s your Gestalt IT Rundown!
Your IT News for the Week of March 25, 2019 Solving the Unstructured Data Problem The existence of large amounts of unstructured data not only continues every day in IT, but the volume of data itself has exploded. Despite IT’s efforts to corral this data, a need to understand and protect this data has grown […]
This week Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discussed if open source has an Amazon problem, the enterprise tech behind Google Stadia game streaming announcement, when we’ll see zettascale computing, and more.
Declaring the Death of Windows is always a great way to drum up some clicks. But today, the roundtable discusses whether Windows is just kind of beside the point for a modern Microsoft. The debate whether this means the end of Windows, the end of the beginning of the end of Windows, or just that Windows’ role in Microsoft will fundamentally change.