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BT picks AWS for cloudification

BT has picked AWS to help its ambitious digital transformation, with a particular attention to containers and serverless technology.

Verizon, Bloomberg test the 5G edge for live 4K UHD video delivery

Verizon, Bloomberg, Zixi and AWS are trialing live 4K UHD video distributed and delivered via Verizon and AWS's 5G MEC service.

Salesforce and AWS partner for streamlined streaming content delivery

Salesforce is bringing its Media Cloud services to Amazon's direct-to-consumer video streaming platform, AWS D2C.

AWS edges Local Zones globally with 32 new locations

Amazon has a two-year plan to triple its number of Local Zones, bringing low-latency edge computing services to international customers.

Amazon posts record cloud revenue, big Rivian profits

Amazon reported record growth for its AWS cloud services, which operate at a $71 billion annual run rate, according to the CFO.

How is Amazon using the cloud for climate action?

AWS: 'The cloud can do more than modernize programs; it empowers governments to streamline operations and work towards long term sustainability goals' Ever the over-achiever, Amazon has established its own sort of sustainability pledge, calling it "The Climate Pledge". The pledge, founded in partnership with...

Automated scaling activity caused Tuesday’s AWS East failure, says Amazon

Processes to scale capacity triggered “unexpected behavior,” disrupting AWS’s internal network and hosted services in the popular region. Amazon provided additional details about last week’s AWS outage, which put many cloud-based businesses and services out of touch for hours on Tuesday. Some services hosted on or dependent...

Ericsson adds Cloud Connect to IoT Accelerator to tap Amazon Web Services

Ericsson Cloud Connect enables secure IoT cellular connections using Amazon Web Services public cloud endpoints.

Orange selects Amdocs to support 5G SA Open RAN test network

Amdocs announced that it has been selected by French telecommunications group Orange to provide the business support systems (BSS) for the latter’s 5G Standalone experimental cloud network launched in July in Lannion, France. The data- and AI-driven software-enabled network is a two-year project that aims to...

Amazon sharpens content focus as telcos call “cut”

Amazon is acquiring MGM Studios' catalog of 4,000 films and 17,000 television shows for $8.45 billion Amazon is acquiring MGM Studios for $8.45 billion, marking both the tech giant’s second second-largest acquisition behind the 2017 purchase of Whole Foods for $13.7 billion and the latest development...

Infrastructure key to enabling intelligent edge computing

AWS exec lays out four principles guiding edge computing vision According to Satyen Yadav, general manager, IoT and edge services, Amazon Web Services, the network edge is all around us—at our homes, along our roadways, at the hospitals we visit and at the manufacturing facilities where...

Salesforce, Google partner to bolster cloud computing

Salesforce and Google partnership focuses on G Suite and Google Cloud Salesforce and Google announced Monday they are bolstering their partnership to enable a more collaborate experience for its customers across Google Cloud and Analytics. The announcement confirmed speculations from earlier this year that the...

Hybrid cloud demand forges Google, Cisco partnership

Google and Cisco team up on hybrid cloud solution offering Google and Cisco recently announced they are teaming up to provide a hybrid cloud solution that allows applications and services to be launched, managed and secured over on-premise environments and Google Cloud Platform. The collaboration indicates...

Hybrid microservices propel Red Hat container platform upgrades

Storage capacity for Red Hat’s container-native platform gets a boost Red Hat recently unveiled its Red Hat Container-Native Storage 3.6, bringing what is dubbs “versatile software-defined storage” to the platform. The release follows in the footsteps of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.6, the newest...

Global containers-as-a-service market expected to swell

A recent report published by marketsandmarkets accounted for a $789.1 million in value in 2016 for the Container-as-a-Service (CaaS) market and is expected to reach $4,080.4 million by 2022 with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 34.4% during the forecast period. According to...

Organizations neglect cloud security vulnerabilities: RedLock report

Cloud security vulnerabilities highlighted in “Cloud Security Trends” report RedLock published its annual “Cloud Security Trends” report revealing that despite the uptick in data breaches, enterprises are still neglecting vulnerabilities in public clouds. More than half of the organizations surveyed leveraging industry storage services continue...

Cloud cyber defense progresses with Oracle automated database

Oracle releases additional cloud services to compete with AWS, Google and Microsoft Oracle chief technology officer Larry Ellison debuted a new 18c version of its marquee database software at the company’s OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, Califo., which leverages machine learning to automate the database...

Top five cloud computing trends of 2017

Cloud computing has played a major role in reshaping how companies conduct business. Several organizations are in the process of migrating to the cloud to achieve scalability, cost-efficiency and enhanced application performance. With increased embracement of cloud computing, let's take a look at some...

Security issues hindering cloud migration: Barracuda Networks

Survey reveals public cloud use continues to grow, but security remains an issue While the public cloud has grown in popularity among businesses in recent years, security issues have slowed greater adoption, according to a survey conducted by Barracuda Networks, a company that specializes in...

Will containers replace virtual machines?

Are containers taking over? Virtual machines have taken the spotlight on the telecom stage within the last few years, but the technology is by no means a one-man show. Containers, which predate virtual machines, have taken on an increasingly important role lately largely thanks to...

Cisco begins field tests for ACI Virtual Edge

Cisco looks to bring ACI to three major cloud vendors with initial field tests Cisco recently announced it will commence early field trials for its Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Virtual Edge. The news follows in the foot trails of the company announcing it intends to...

CenturyLink enhances private cloud service with VMware

CenturyLink private cloud service receives an upgrade with VMware Cloud Foundation CenturyLink, Inc. recently updated its private cloud service, Dedicated Cloud Compute (DCC) Foundation, to a private service based on VMware Cloud Foundation. The cloud service gives companies the option of switching to a hybrid-cloud that...

How Kubernetes leads container orchestration

The need for container orchestration Containers are being embraced by enterprises across the industry. The lightweight technology allows service providers to package applications, along with their dependencies, libraries and other binaries, into isolated environments on an individual server. Accompanying the rise of containers is the...

Cisco to bring SDN to three major public cloud vendors

Cisco’s ACI to move beyond data centers to customers managing hybrid networks Cisco recently announced it is devising a way to bring its software-defined networking (SDN) solution, Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), to public clouds like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure. ACI...

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