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siliconangle.com

The hybrid cloud tug-of-war gets real

It looks like hybrid cloud is finally here. We’ve seen a decade of posturing, marketecture, slideware and narrow examples, but there’s little question that the definition of cloud is expanding to include on-premises workloads in hybrid models. Depending on which numbers you choose to represent information technology spending, public cloud accounts for less than 5% of the total pie.
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The rise of cloud misconfiguration threats and how to avoid them

With cloud adoption accelerating, the growing scale of cloud environments is outpacing the capacity for businesses to keep them secure. This is why many organisations feel vulnerable to data breaches that might arise as a result of cloud configuration errors. More than 80% of the 300 cloud engineering and security...
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siliconangle.com

At in-person KubeCon, encouraging signs of cloud-native computing maturity

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship KubeCon/CloudNativeCon conference returned triumphantly to in-person mode this week in Los Angeles – albeit with the obligatory virtual component. But it was the opportunity to return to live human interactions without the Zoom “Brady Bunch” boxes that was unquestionably the highlight of the show.
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cisco.com

Flexible Hybrid Cloud Networking with Infrastructure as Code and Cisco Nexus Dashboard

Applications are becoming the most visible aspect of an organization’s brand. The performance, usability, and reachability of branded apps are of utmost importance since they are a primary interface to customers. To keep up with evolving customer expectations, developers and operations teams are rapidly adopting design patterns using containers and microservices for continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD). In order to enable these innovations to deliver a competitive customer experience, IT relies more and more on a hybrid cloud model.
SOFTWARE

Where Is IBM Headed Following Its Spinoff of Kyndryl?

After unloading its managed infrastructure business, the new IBM expects revenue to grow annually by mid-single-digit percentages. The company will be smaller but it's expected to generate basically the same amount of free cash flow. IBM won't transform overnight into a high-growth business, but it will be a better-quality income...
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information-age.com

Five key and emerging trends in cloud observability

Bartłomiej Płotka, principal software engineer at Red Hat, identifies five key and emerging trends in modern cloud observability. In a world of highly abstracted, typically virtualised, often ephemeral and always dynamic cloud computing resources, the need to achieve continuous observability is key. However, the cloud was not created with observability of internal systems in mind; it was initially sold as a key route to IT agility through resource flexibility and cost manageability.
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www.idc.com

A Workload-Centric View of Public Cloud Services Spend

It’s no secret that enterprise workloads continue to move, migrate, and modernize with the help of cloud infrastructure. Cloud infrastructure services have become a foundational part of the enterprise IT landscape and will act as the growth engine for the enterprise infrastructure market for the foreseeable future. But how does...
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5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

Topping this week’s Came to Win list is IBM for a commitment by CEO Arvind Krishna to double-down on the channel and double the amount of business it does through partners. Also making the list this week are Google for stepping up its channel game with new partner resources and incentives, Forcepoint for a strategic acquisition in the cloud security space, security startup Wiz for yet another impressive financing round, and Dell Technologies for launching a wave of new products around edge computing.
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techwire.net

Utility’s New IT Director Sets Sights on Cloud, Workforce

This story is limited to Techwire Insider members. This story is limited to Techwire Insider members. Login below to read this story or learn about membership. Steve Kustin, the director of IT infrastructure and operations for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), has a stout agenda, considering he’s been in that role for only about four months.
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soccernurds.com

Cloud Storage Market 2021: Global Industry Size and Growth Opportunities to 2027

The Cloud Storage Market provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Cloud Storage market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Cloud Storage manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry.
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5 Companies That Came To Win This Week | #cloudsecurity

Topping this week’s Came to Win list is IBM for a commitment by CEO Arvind Krishna to double-down on the channel and double the amount of business it does through partners. Also making the list this week are Google for stepping up its channel game with new partner resources and incentives, Forcepoint for a strategic acquisition in the cloud security space, security startup Wiz for yet another impressive financing round, and Dell Technologies for launching a wave of new products around edge computing.
BUSINESS
evanino.com

Why Microsoft thinks you don’t need another free Hyper-V Server SKU

Running Windows Server on your own infrastructure and using cloud services to do it offers lots of benefits. But that cloud harmony means subscriptions rather than unsupported free operating systems. With the release of Windows Server 2022, there was a notable omission from the list of server versions: There won’t...
SOFTWARE
itpro.com

HPE wins networking contract with Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

HPE has won a contract to provide network connectivity to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, which will help connect the event’s workforce, volunteers, and athletes. Aruba, a HPE company, is set to provide advanced networking technology to help the Birmingham 2022 hybrid workforce ensure the event is a success, by connecting headquarters, the Technical Operations Centre, and all other venues.
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siliconangle.com

Chronosphere makes waves with cloud native observability platform

Last week, Chronosphere Inc., a cloud-native observability platform, received $200 million in funding, with a valuation exceeding $1 billion. This two-year-old startup company is seizing the opportunity to get an early start in cornering the cloud observability market as cloud and hybrid cloud solutions spread throughout the enterprise, boosting the great digital migration.
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itpro.com

Using HCI to merge a cacophony of legacy IT systems

Dal Virdi, IT director at Shakespeare Martineau, found himself in an intriguing position when he joined the law firm in 2018. The business had grown quickly due to a series of mergers and acquisitions, but rapid growth also meant the firm’s digital infrastructure was overly complex and inefficient. Virdi knew...
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biztechmagazine.com

Banking Cloud Security: What Is Cloud Security Posture Management?

Ernie Smith is a contributor to BizTech, an old-school blogger who specializes in side projects, and a tech history nut who researches vintage operating systems for fun. As cloud computing continues to reshape and redefine many industries, financial services have some of the strongest potential to excel with the cloud, thanks to its global reach.
ECONOMY
ZDNet

TriggerMesh cloud-native automation goes open source

You can call what TriggerMesh does a lot of things. It's cloud-native integration, event-driven cloud automation, Function-as-a-Service (FaaS), or, of course, serverless computing. No matter what name you use -- TriggerMesh's creators like "serviceful" -- the game is to enable you to easily hook, deploy and manage cloud functions into powerful programs. Personally, I find it handy to think that TriggerMesh takes the DevOps concepts of such programs as Ansible, Chef, and Puppet and moves them from the operating system level to the cloud layer. Now, TriggerMesh has taken a major step forward by becoming an open-source program.
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nextplatform.com

Google Muscles Its Way Into Datacenters, Attacks From The Edge

Thomas Kurian’s arrival at Google Cloud in early 2019 after more than 22 years at Oracle marked a significant shift in Google’s thinking, putting an emphasis on expanding its cloud’s business use by enterprises as the key to making up ground on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure in the booming global cloud market.
BUSINESS
mobileeurope.co.uk

Public cloud could be far worse than Three UK and Ireland outages warns analyst

With CIOs under increasing pressure to hand over their assets to the public cloud, analysts have warned mobile operators not to panic. Google Cloud has unveiled plans to host 5G core and RAN functions for mobile operators on its 140 data centres. It claims it can cut latency by shortening the journey each data signal must travel to the nearest computer.
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