Your IT News for the Week of April 22, 2019 Podcast: The Cloud Is Going To Disappear This time around, the roundtable discusses the premise that no one really wants the cloud, they want what it does. As a result, will the cloud fully disappear, or have cloud providers created sufficient value-add services to solve […]
Sometimes the old standbys when it comes to tools and technologies really are the right fit for the job. File services are still a reliable means of persistent storage for cloud native applications. Elastifile aim’s to simplify that for customers.
Cloud financial management company Cloudability has announced the formation of the non-profit FinOps foundation. The practice of optimizing cloud spending is here to stay and first person or group that can identify “a better way” to approach this challenge will dominate the conversation for years to come.
By partnering, Packet and Wasabi will be able to deliver infrastructure that can be fully automated by developers in conjunction with object storage all within a single vendor experience.
SD-WAN is now a technology that everyone needs to be looking at. But what if you can find someone to do all the hard work for you? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new SD-WAN as a Service provider, Sproute Networks, to find out how they can help.
This week at Dell Technologies World, VMware announced their Virtual Cloud Network portfolio of products. They are charting a path to transform, organize, simplify, and automate technology services from the datacenter, to the cloud, and out to the edge with NSX, NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud, and NSX Cloud.
On this roundtable, we’re getting cloudy. The panelists discuss why it matters where your SaaS apps live, and not just depend on an SLA. This can impact not just business continuity and customer experience, but security and compliance as well.
Where do you start when a tech topic gets too deep? First Five! Our new series takes a step back and introduces a new tech topic with five things you want to know. It’s your quick and easy fix to understand the technological fundamentals all around us. For our debut, First Five breaks down the Cloud.
Chris Evans has some interesting thoughts on where cloud adoption is going. He stages for cloud adoption go from initial private cloud implementations to something he calls a “multi-cloud brokerage”. There’s no doubt that in 2017 we saw multi-cloud strategies become common talking points for any number of vendors. While fear of cloud lock-in is perhaps overblown, multi-cloud seems to be where many organizations want to go.
IDC predicts cloud spending will hit $554 billion by 2021, doubling since 2016. With the ever expanding features and capabilities of the public cloud, will private clouds still have a place in the enterprise?