This week on the Rundown, Tom and Rich discuss ransomware insurance, VMworld takeaways, training GPUs, and more.
There are a lot of differences between the humble Raspberry Pi and Dell EMC’s R7415 server. But perhaps the most interesting thing is what these two devices have in common.
It’s the Gestalt IT Rundown for August 29, 2018. We discuss GlobalFoundries ending advanced fabrication, Windows 95 the app, and all the big announcements from VMworld.
Nick Janetakis sat down for an extensive IT Origins interview. We dig into his early days on the web, his approach to development, how containers have changed the game, and why caffeine is “meh”.
It’s time to talk about the IT news of the week with Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth. They discuss the first acquistion by Pure Storage, coming chip releases from ARM and Intel, Twitter killing APIs, and what a Mac Mini Pro will look like.
With VMworld US 2018 just around the corner, Matt Leib looks back at how VMware as a company has changed. For him, the biggest changes have been around storage APIs. He reviews how they have evolved over time, and why they are so important for modern operations.
Nvidia’s new Turing architecture marks a significant departure for the company, offering dedicated ray tracing and tensor processors. On their workstation cards this make sense. But for consumers, is the added complexity and power worth the benefits?
This is post 35 of 38 in the series “IT Origins” What’s your IT origin story? How long have you been in the field? I’ve been in the IT industry since 1994. I left university with an arts-based degree and some very exposure to technology in my teens and using a word processor (Word for […]
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino are here to bring you your IT news of the week with the Gestalt IT Rundown! Talking about Nvidia’s new Turing architecture, machine learning breaking anonymity, and more details from the TSMC outage.
What’s the next enterprise holy grail everyone is racing to? Multi-Cloud. Multi-Cloud right now is a huge focus for many big tech providers. NetApp, Veeam, Juniper, VMware, IBM, Microsoft, to name just a few. Paul Stringfellow breaks down why multi-cloud is so important to these players, and what are the major challenges.