The Department of Defense’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract was always going to be a hotly contested affair, worth well over $10 billion over the course of a decade. But when it was announced in 2017, no one could have imagined the bizarre twists the turns the bidding process would take. This winner-take-all contact has dragged on for more than three years, and while Microsoft has been declared the official winner, the legal wrangling makes this feel far from over. If you haven’t kept up on the news, Rich Stroffolino is here to give you a comprehensive overview.
ARM in the datacenter used to be little more than a square in buzzword bingo. But we’re seeing companies continue to invest in the idea, including AWS. With instances based on their second generation Graviton processors now available, ARM in the datacenter seems to be gaining some momentum.
Nvidia buys Cumulus Networks, Nutanix furloughs 25% of its staff, ransomware disclosures to the FTC spike, and Salt vulnerabilities are rapidly exploited. Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss these and all the IT news of the week on the Gestalt IT Rundown.
Google’s Cloud business reports revenue while it plans to grow Google Meet, Arm wants to give startups the first license taste for free, and can OpenCL 3.0 roll back the clock? Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss these and all the IT news of the week, live at 12:30pm ET on the Gestalt IT Rundown!
Verizon buys teleconferencing provider BlueJeans Network, Dropbox offers bug bounties for vendors, Alkira comes out of stealth, and Google releases advanced remote access tools. Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss all the IT news of the week on the Gestalt IT Rundown, streaming live at 12:30pm ET.
New vulnerabilities are published for AMD and Intel Processors, and we get an early look at the performance of Amazon’s Graviton2 processor. Join Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth as they discuss all the IT news of the week!
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino look at the big announcements from AWS re:Invent, with a heavy dose of machine learning. Plus they cover the latest acquisition by Palo Alto Networks, why looking at IT as a cost center is a problem for political candidates, and the EU sanctioning the EU.
On this episode of the Gestalt IT Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino look at the news from Commvault GO, the increasing attrition in the Libra Association, how AWS made Oracle sad, and why you might want to say “sudon’t make me a sandwich.” Be sure to catch each episode live on Facebook at 12:30pm ET.
This week Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino talked about the WeWork IPO, why misconfigured EBS snapshots are the new misconfigured S3 buckets, and why AMD’s new server chips weren’t built in a day.
Chris Porter considers how do you translate the desire for Digital Transformation into something tangible that your IT Department can offer in support? Application monitoring is a well understood component, but what is missing is a single platform that delivers visibility across all individual domains of service delivery infrastructure AND apps, including their respective dependencies. Chris looks at how NETSCOUT’s nGeniusONE platform meets that missing need.